Thursday 22nd June saw teams of girls from across all 8 school sport partnerships take part in the Girls Kwik Cricket Finals at Old Buckenham Cricket Club.
The morning start off with the teams being drawn into two groups , teams played matches within their groups in a round robin format.
After the first rounds of matches had all been played, the 1st and 2nd placed teams in each pool then advanced to the Cup competition whilst the 3rd and 4th placed teams went onto play in the Plate competition.
The teams then proceed to play knock out matches before finally playing their last round of matches , playing off for their final placings.
Congratulations to our winners St. Williams Primary, who beat Woodlands Primary in a talent filled final match to end the day.
- St. Williams Primary
- Woodlands Primary
- St. Marthas
Plate Winners – Millfield Primary School.
To view the full results of todays event click here
You can view photos of the Finals on our School Games photo gallery, click here.
All of the girls were given a certificate at the end of the event to celebrate their achievement in qualifying for the finals.
We also gave out additional certificates for a select few that showed sportsmanship like qualities through out the day , these were nominated by school staff and volunteers.
A BIG thank you to the young sports leaders from Attleborough Academy , without the support of young leaders events like this events wouldn’t happen.
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If your child took part in the Finals and is interested in developing their Cricket skills further by joining a local team then visit our Clubs Page for more information about Cricket clubs in Norfolk.
The Norfolk School Games Finals will continue tomorrow , Friday 23rd June. This will be the final day of the Summer School Games. The week will end with Secondary Angling at Barford Lakes, Year 3 & 4 Mini Tennis and our Special School Games at SPortspark, UEA.
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