Sixth former Tawanda Harris was the star of the show at this year’s Inter-Boarding House Football competition.
The lower sixth pupil was in fine form throughout the event to lead Beecholme to a tournament win in what was a highly competitive event.
The tricky forward netted no fewer than six times during the tournament, with Beecholme eventually claiming top spot from Hathaway, with Anton Holthaus contributing significantly to their second placed finish.
Hathaway, who ended the group stages unbeaten, suffered a shock defeat to the Tawanda-inspired Beecholme side in the knockout stages, had to be content with runners-up and Natherton finished third.
Other performances of note came from Niall Richardson as part of the Beecholme II side, while Lia Britt-Zenker turned in a number of stunning saves as part of Edwards’ all-girl line-up.
Deputy Head Tim Cashell, said: “It was another competitive tournament played in the right spirit, and congratulations go to Beecholme on their success.
“Events like this highlight all that is good about boarding life at Rydal Penrhos, and well done to all that took part.”