Sprint donated several prizes for the final of a Masterchef competition held at Rhyddings Business and Enterprise School in Oswaldtwistle, Lancashire.

Students Jess and Alannah cooked a two course meal TV judges Gregg Wallace and John Torode would love, urged on by plenty of supporters, including their classmates, families and teachers.

Guest judges included two local chefs and a member of staff from the Accrington Observer while the Lancashire Telegraph sent a photographer to catch the competitors in action.

Jess prepared spicy meatballs in a tomato sauce with pasta, followed by tiramisu, while Alannah cooked up marinated lamb with creamy mash, glazed carrots and green beans followed by a raspberry millefeuille with chantilly cream and raspberry coulis.

Semi-finalists Josh and Autumn were presented with the Masterchef Everyday cookbook and a smaller Masterchef trophy.

Runner-up, Jess, won the cookbook, some kitchen equipment, an embroidered Rhyddings Masterchef chef jacket, a trophy and a voucher for Raj Indian Cuisine and Lounge.

Winner Alannah won the same prizes as Jess plus a trip to Jamie’s Italian in Manchester.

Trophies were crafted by the school’s design and technology department, with the remainder of prizes being donated by Sprint, who have loaned the school portable cooking equipment for demonstrations on several occasions.

Click here to view photos of the competitors and their creations.