Kidlington Family - High Five Netball

Kidlington Family – High Five Netball

Our local primary schools; West Kidlington, St Thomas More, Edward Field and North Kidlington came together to compete in our annual High Five Netball Festival.

The value of the day was team work – and our students excelled; supporting and encouraging, giving opportunities, taking turns and working incredibly hard for each other.

The standard of the matches was very high and saw some great play from all teams who really improved as the afternoon wore on. The games were expertly umpired by Chelsea Beahan, Caitlin Brown and Ellie Matthews from Gosford Hill School who not only umpired but also gave valuable advice and guidance to the students.

Our Gosford leaders also ran activities and drills to help the students prepare for their big matches.

After a highly competitive round robin North Kidlington took first place just pipping runners up Edward Field. St Thomas More and West Kidlington finished 3rd and 4th respectively. The games were full of exciting action and tremendous passing moves that flowed from one end to the other.

Congratulations to all involved.

A big thankyou to our Gosford Leaders for their help Umpiring, running practice activities, timing and scoring as well as presenting certificates at the end.

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