SCHOOL GAMES: Year 5&6 Sportshall Athletics

First two heats won by Abbots Farm and Dunchurch Boughton Junior Schools

Tuesday, 5th December 2017, 5:06 am
Updated Tuesday, 12th December 2017, 7:19 am
Schools taking part in the morning heat last Tuesday

Harris CofE Academy School Sports Partnership ran the first two heats of the annual Level 2 School Games Sportshall Athletics competitions last Tuesday (November 28). A dozen primary schools attended during the day and great performances were seen in all events.

Results are as follows:

Heat 1:

Six more schools took part in the afternoon heat

1st Abbots Farm Junior

2nd Oakfield Primary

3rd Knightlow Primary

4th St Andrews Benn Primary

Abbots Farm Junior School team won the first heat

5th Eastlands Primary

6th St Matthews Bloxham Primary

Heat 2:

1st Dunchurch Boughton Junior

Dunchurch Boughton Junior School, winners of the second heat

2nd St Maries Primary

3rd St Oswalds Primary

4th Provost Williams Primary

5th Clifton Primary

Young leaders from Harris Academy

6th Wolston St Margarets Primary

Congratulations to the winners of each heat who will be entered into a paper match with the winners of the third heat. The overall winners will then progress to represent Eastern Warwickshire at the Coventry, Solihull and Warwickshire Level 3 School Games competition in March 2018.

The organisers would also like to thank the young leaders from Harris Church of England Academy who received praise throughout the day from all participating primary schools for their excellent communication, coaching skills, consistent encouragement and high energy levels.

If you would like to find out more about Harris CofE Academy School Sports Partnership please visit their website www.harriscofeacademy.co.uk/home-sports or call Ian Smart, Partnership & Sports Centre Development Manager on (01788) 812549 extension 305.

Six more schools took part in the afternoon heat
Abbots Farm Junior School team won the first heat
Dunchurch Boughton Junior School, winners of the second heat
Young leaders from Harris Academy