IM: March 2015
On Monday the school Hockey Team took part in the Cheshire and Warrington Winter Games at Mid Cheshire College in Hartford. This was the County Finals that the team had qualified for in the Autumn Term.
After an opening ceremony, the team played 3 group games, losing 2 and winning one. All of these were closely fought matches that could easily have gone either way. Their final game was against the team that had finished in the same position in the other group, narrowly losing 3-4.
The Wrenbury Team were however awarded the Spirit of the Games award by the officials and referees for encapsulating and displaying the values of the Sainsbury's School Games — treating others and officials with respect and fairness, demonstrating fair play, respecting differences between others and being responsible for their own actions. In other words they showed supreme team work, giving of their best, encouragement and fair play! Well done to Frankie, Libby, Arron, Heidi, Ben and Sophie.
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