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Gedney Drove End are double dodgeball school champions

Schools dodgeball
Schools dodgeball

Fourteen teams from seven schools travelled to the Holbeach Hub to play the fast-paced game of Dodgeball.

Each school took part in an enrichment session prior to the event, giving all their pupils a chance to experience the sport and the opportunity to be selected to represent the school at the upcoming competition. All schools brought a year 3/4 and a 5/6 team to take part.

Schools dodgeball
Schools dodgeball

All teams had a chance to play each other followed by a final between first and second places. Many pupils had not played Dodgeball before the scheme and it was fantastic to see how quickly they picked up the rules, skills and tactics involved.

Organiser Sean Hughes, of Sport2day, said he was blown away by the pupils’ determination, teamwork and skill during the event and thanked the Holbeach Hub for hosting as well as the staff and volunteers who attended to make the event a resounding success.

He also thanked David Dales for taking some great photographs, some of which are published here.

Results: Year 3/4:

Winners - Gedney Drove End, 2nd- Holbeach St Marks, 3rd - Holbeach William Stukeley, 4th - Sutton St James, 5th - Sutton Bridge Westmere, 6th - Tydd St Mary and 7th - Deeping st Nicholas.

Year 5/6: Winners - Gedney Drove End, 2nd- Deeping St Nicholas, 3rd - Sutton Bridge Westmere, 4th - Tydd St Mary, Joint 5th Holbeach St Marks and Holbeach William Stukeley, 7th - Sutton st James.

Sport2day will be running similar enrichment and competition days throughout the year and encourage any schools wishing to take part to contact Sean at info@sport2day.co.uk


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