Ayscough topped the totals at this year’s house plays competition at Caistor Grammar School, winning both the junior and senior events.
The plays were performed over two days in the town hall and before the start of the performances, headmaster Roger Hale introduced the judge Russell Hills and thanked everyone involved in the organising of this popular event.
“It has been a pleasure to be here,” said Mr Hills.
“Theatre has been part of my entire life.
“All the students deserve a round of applause.
“It has been a very enjoyable and worthwhile two afternoons watching and judging these talented youngsters who gave excellent performances.”
Junior results were: 1 Ayscough - Matilda - with 91 points; 2 Hansard - The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe - with 72 points and 3 Rawlinson - Despicable Me - with 60 points.
The senior winning play was Ayscough with Barry Trotter and the Ever-So Slightly Deadly Horcruxes, which received 83 points, with Rawlinson second on 71 points and Hansard third with 70 points.