Mr McLean: June 2015
Tuesday saw the Year 3 and 4 Tag Rugby Team take part in a wonderful TAG Rugby Festival at South Cheshire College.
It was a fantastic occasion, having 23 teams from Crewe and Nantwich schools taking part, spread over 5 pitches. The children thoroughly enjoyed their afternoon in the sun playing 4 other schools in their group. The children (and parents) were superb ambassadors for the game, promoting fair play and applauding teams, irrespective of whether it was our school or not.
Each game was quite close with the action swinging constantly from attack to defence. Although this was not a tournament, with placings, the children managed to win 3 of their matches and drew one.
Very well done to Joe, Chloe, Poppy, Charlie, Ben, Joe, Charlotte, Annie, Issy and Ollie and many thanks to the parents who helped transport and supported us.
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