Talented Preparatory School footballers battled it out for bragging rights at an annual competition.
The Rydal Penrhos hopefuls took part in the Prep School Inter-House Football Championship earlier this month, where the three houses competed in a round robin format with a view to determining the overall winner.
There were plenty of standout individual performances throughout the competition, which further highlighted the amount of footballing talent currently developing their skills at the site under the influence of Head of Boys’ Games Jamie McLeod and Rydal Penrhos’ coaching staff.
After a hugely competitive afternoon of action, Pembroke managed to secure enough point to seal the crown, pipping Snowdon and Brecon to secure some valuable House points in their pursuit of the overall title at the end of the academic year.
Freddie Barrington-Chance received the trophy on behalf of his Pembroke teammates at Rydal Penrhos’ weekly Celebration Assembly on Friday, December 7.
Mr McLeod, said: “Once again the standard of our Inter-House competition was incredibly high and played in the right spirit, which was fantastic to see and something we strive for across all areas of life here at Rydal Penrhos.
“It was a very close fought affair which is a testament to the overall effort of each pupil involved, and well done to Pembroke on their victory.”