A Busy Day of School Games Sportshall!

It was a Sportshall takeover at the Sportspark as over 400 children took part in both our Yr3/4 & Yr5/6 School Games qualifying events!

Expertly marshalled as always by Adam from Sportshall UK, we kicked off the morning session with 12 teams fighting it out for the Yr5/6 title. It was a loud, busy, energetic & fun morning as the pupils gave their all with the Top 3 looking like this after a the events had concluded...

1st - FIRSIDE         2nd - REEPHAM         3rd - CAWSTON

This was then swiftly follwed by our Yr3/4 competition as again 12 teams competed in both track and field events under Adam's watchful eye. The noise was just as loud and the performaces just as good as the children did their best throughout. The top three were...

1st - REEPHAM       2nd - CAWSTON        3rd - ST. AUGUSTINE'S

Huge thanks must go to the Sports Leaders from Taverham High who were amazing throughout the day and officiated the events superbly over what was a long & tiring day! Thanks also to the Sportspark for hosting us, and of course to Adam from Sportshall UK for another fantastic job of delivery. Full results enclosed below! 


Sportshall Results 2018.docx 21/11/2018 102.7 KB


Matt Mann

Matt Mann
Sport & Physical Activity Manager

Telephone: 01603 264349
Mobile: 07810 861227
Email: [email protected]


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