Will K Y6: October 2015
Crewe and Nantwich Primary Schools Tag Rugby tournament
Monday 19th October
Today two Year 6 and ten Year 5 students represented Wrenbury Primary School in a tag rugby competition. We all thoroughly enjoyed ourselves. The team was Ben Ho, Will K(myself), Ollie, Tiegan, Aoife, Justina, Joe C, Joe G, Charlie, Xander, Ben Ha and Chloe.
In our first match we played Willaston and won 3-2. Ollie, Ben Ha and Ben Ho each scored a try.
In the second match we played Weaver and won 3-2 again. Ollie, Ben H and Will each scored a try.
In our third match we played Vine Tree and won 3-2 again. Xander scored one try and Will scored two tries.
In our fourth match against Wybunbury Delves we drew 2-2. Xander and Ben Ho each scored once.
As a result of this we won in our group and so went through to the playoffs. Our first match was against Stapeley Broad Lane where we drew 3-3. Ben Ho scored two tries and Charlie scored one.
Finally our last match was against The Berkeley and this was our toughest match. We lost 4-2 with Joe G and Chloe each scoring once.
As a result that meant we had done amazingly overall and came in second place against all of the other primary schools that had taken part.
I would like to say a massive thank you to Mrs Ashley for all her help at the tournament and before with her practicing with the Year 5 pupils.
Also thank you to Mrs Cador and all the parents for coming along and supporting us.
Match report by Will King
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