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On Friday afternoon, 7 year 6's along with myself and Mrs Winward went to Willaston Primary School to receive some Basketball training and take part in a mini-tournament with children from Willaston.

We were very fortunate to receive training from a Sportscape coach, who plays basketball and a basketball player from the Cheshire Hornets. All the children got stuck in straight away and weren't afraid to have a go. Their knowledge of the sport progressed very quickly and they were then able to apply this in game situations.

This was an excellent opportunity for the children to play with children from Willaston Primary School who were excellent hosts. Well done to all of the children that took part, but most importantly well done to Wrenbury children, who demonstrated excellent sportsmanship and behaviour. I was extremely proud to take them to represent Wrenbury!!!

Thank you to all the parents for their support in this and to Mrs Winward for supporting with transport and organisation of the event.

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