Bolton School Senior Girls

Girls are U13 Northern Lacrosse Champions Again

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Bolton School Girls' Division U13 lacrosse team has become the Northern Schools' champions for the second year in succession! 

The girls were competing at the Northern Schools' Lacrosse Tournament held in York at the start of the month. They played some excellent lacrosse throughout the day and performed extremely well as a team, beating Withington Girls' School, Harrogate Ladies College, Packwood Haugh, Queen Margaret’s and Birkenhead School. At the end of the tournament, the School was tied with Moreton Hall. The organisers had to look at the goal difference, and after a very tense end to the afternoon the girls were announced as the winners of the tournament.

Their PE teacher and coach Mrs Hollyoak said: "Well done to the team on becoming the Northern Schools' champions for the second year running!" 

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