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Thank you to all the children who made up our Wrenbury and Sound Townsports team and competed in the Field and Track events on Monday and Wednesday night.

There are 3 Divisions for the event: A, B and C. Following great success after only two years competing in the event, last year, the team were promoted out of Division C into Division B meaning that the team were competing against some of the largest schools in Crewe and Nantwich this year.

This year, the children have yet again done us proud:

  • Both Year 3 girls and boys AND Year 4 girls and boys came 2nd in Division B for track events; whilst Year 5 girls and boys came 3rd in Division B for track events.
  • The whole team came in 2nd place overall in Division B in the Track event on Wednesday night.

    These were the placed children from Wrenbury:

  • Jessica Y3 girls' hurdles: 3rd
  • Laura Y3 girls' sprint: 2nd
  • William Y3 boys' bean bag: 3rd
  • Alivia Y5 girls' beanbag: 2nd
  • Y3 girls' relay: 1st place — Jessica and Laura
  • Y3 boys' relay: 3rd place — William, Finley, Charlie, Harry
  • Y4 girls' relay: 3rd place — Orla, Sophie, Izzy
  • Y4 boys' relay: 2nd place — Charlie, Jerry
  • Y5 girls' relay: 3rd place — Natalie

    FIeld events

  • Y5 javelin: 3rd place — Benjamin

    A brilliant Wrenbury and Sound effort. Superb representation and performance from all the children despite the very hot conditions. We are very proud of you!
    A huge thank you to Miss Phillips for coordinating the team selection and organisation prior to and at the events alongside her counterparts at Sound. A very big thank you to the staff who volunteered their time to support at the events. A huge commitment from you all — very much appreciated!

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