Cooper Kwik Cricket Festival 2017

The Cooper School hosted the Kwik Cricket on the 12 May at BNOCC in Chesterton, where the schools games value was passion. A total of 20 teams from 7 different primary schools attended the event. There were 6 teams in the ‘Boys A’ and 6 teams in the Girls A pool. All the teams played each other once with 3 points being awarded for a win, 2 for a draw and 1 point for a loss. The ‘Boys B’ pool was divided into 2 different pools and after lunch there was a play off between these 2 pools.

The morning started off well after a few scoring problems were ironed out, thanks to Karen Sargeant and Mark Townsend for stepping in to help the Sports leaders.  Then Mark had the task of also checking that the deductions on the scorecard were correct and trying to read scores off wet sheets!

The games were umpired by Yr 8 and Yr 9 pupils from The Cooper School and I am delighted to say that they showed the school games value of passion as well, well done. The morning started off glorious, but sadly after lunch we were hit by a couple of downpours, which resulted in soaked children and scorecards. We did manage finally to complete all the games.

The results were as follows:

Boys A – Winners - Launton A, Runners up – Fringford A

Girls A – Winners - Fringford A, Runners up – Launton A

Boys B1 & B2 playoffs –Winners - Finmere, Runners up – Burepark C.

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