Miss Phillips: January 2016
On Thursday 28th January our Wrenbury Dodgeball team travelled to Malbank High School to take part in a dodgeball competition with other schools within Nantwich. Our team was made up of Melissa, Aoife, Daisy, Jasmine, Harry, Will, Charlie and Joe.
We played 5 matches, each with 3 rounds at 2 minutes each. The children all worked well as a team organising who would be a runner at the start of each match and worked together to ensure they weren't hit and they were catching the balls.
The final result:
We finished in fourth place out of seven teams which is an excellent result and the children should be extremely proud of how they played and conducted themselves throughout the tournament, which makes me and the school very proud. Well done to all the children who took part, it was a great sporting event!
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