Year 7/8 come so close to top prize
A basketball team from Years 7 and 8 played in the Hampshire Youth Games on June 22. They were amazing all day, winning all 6 pool games convincingly. This ensured a place in the semi-finals which they subsequently won by 10 points.
Kings were our opponents in the Final which was an incredibly close match and it was massively disappointing that the boys lost by a single point, and in over time. They couldn't have played harder!
They did however win plenty of praise from other teachers and volunteers who made a point of complimenting our students on their behaviour, conduct and sportsmanship.
Well done, boys!
Fantastic news! Many congratulations. #inspiration #NCW2019 https://t.co/Ml1qzbMZFf 11:16 AM - 20 Feb 2019
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