Lawyers and law students from across north-east England donned their gym kit to take part in the York College of Law’s fourth annual sports day. More than 30 teams, including Eversheds, Olswang, Forsters and Gordons competed in football, netball and rugby tournaments, but the highlight was the ‘tug of law’ contest, won by a joint team from Addleshaw Goddard and DLA Piper. The University of York student law society won the rugby tournament, while law firm Walker Morris picked up the rugby plate. The University of Leeds student law society claimed the netball cup and the College of Law’s old girls the netball plate. In football, The College of Law Chester walked away with the cup, and law firm Hammonds scooped the plate.