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On Monday 6th February, Wrenbury's basketball team took part in a competition against other Nantwich schools at Brine Leas High School.

We had 4 games to play and with each game we became more and more confident!! We played against Stapeley Broad Lane, Millfields, Willaston and Pear Tree. Everyone ensured that they knew what the rules were before playing each game and made sure they stuck to the rules for a fair match. Our team played very much as a team, working together to pass the ball towards the basket to shoot. They all played extremely well, getting into spaces, marking the other team and being beneath the basket to catch the rebounds. As a result of this we ended up scoring multiple baskets across the 4 games.

Ollie, Charlie, Will, Harry, Justina and Chloe all did very well to score a basket in a game, some of them even managed to score 2, whilst Alfie, Max, Aoife and Melissa played a fundamental role in making sure these baskets could be scored. Our excellent team work and determination led us to success as we finished in 2nd place in our group scoring a fantastic 16 points overall!

Well done to all the children who took part, you should be very proud of yourselves! Thank you to Mrs Winward and Mrs King for supporting us with the transport to the event, it was very much appreciated. Thank you to the other parents also for your support during the event and in collecting the children.

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