The spirit of London 2012 Games is living on in the Sainsbury’s School Games.
Some 40 competitions are taking place in schools across this area this year alone designed to involve young people in competition and sport.
The latest event was a football tournament staged at Spalding’s Sir John Gleed School. Primary schools from across the area sent 150 Year 3 and 4 pupils for a day run by School Games organiser Rupert Gibson, the sports students from the Post 16 Centre and their teacher Nikki Saines.
Despite a foggy day the matches went very smoothly. The standard of play and sportsmanship was outstanding!
l Results: Larger primary schools: 8th Bourne Abbey B; 7th Long Sutton B; 6th St Johns B; 5th Long Sutton A; 4th Bourne Abbey A; 3rd Linchfield B; 2nd Linchfield A; 1st Spalding St John’s A
Small primary schools: 7th Gedney Drove End; 6th Holbeach St Marks; 5th St Bartholomew’s B; 4th St Bartholomew’s A; 3rd Ayscoughfee Hall School; 1st= Fleet Wood Lane and Tydd St Mary
l Thanks go to Spalding High School for funding and The Sir John Gleed School for support and facilities.
l To see what competitions are taking place across South Holland visit www.agilitas sports.com