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Year 1 & 2 Mini Superstars league

All 6 primary schools took part in the Mini Superstars league. This involved all schools coming to our sports hall and participating in 8 different activities lead by our Yr. 10 sports leaders. These fun activities tested students from Year 1 & 2 on their agility, speed, power and co-ordination. All pupils gained scores on each work station and then averages were calculated for each school.

Middlewich Sports Partnership Netball league 2019

The netball league was supposed to be played over 2 nights but the miserable weather prevented us from playing on the first date. We managed to play all our matches on one evening instead. The experience of all the players was really varied from regular club players to those playing a match for their first time; it was great to see the players grow in confidence and ability as the games progressed. The year 8 & 10 netball squad officiated the games.

Our champions were Cledford who won all their matches displaying great skill and teamwork, with Middlewich as the runners-up. Wimboldsley were Small Schools’ Champions, who retain the trophy for the 4th year running. We also gave out some ‘Sporting Value’ certificates to players who we felt demonstrated any of these qualities throughout the tournament. These included: determination, honesty, passion, respect, self-belief and teamwork.

All players were encouraged to get involved in a junior netball club. The club runs on Thursday nights from 5.30pm – 6.30pm at Middlewich Leisure Centre, girls and boys from Yr. 3 – Yr. 6 are all welcome.

 

 

Year 5/6 Sports Hall Athletics

 

The Primary Sports Hall Athletics was yet again an exciting event with a superb atmosphere. The students took part in a variety of track and field events to the noisy cheers of all the spectators. A large team of 25 Sports Leaders helped ensure that the event ran smoothly.

 

The competition was fierce between Middlewich and Cledford with them being within a few points of each other all the way through; the final relays were amazingly close. Middlewich became our Champions, by just 4 points, and will now represent the Middlewich Sports Partnership at the next round. Cledford were our well-deserved runners-up. Warmingham were our highest placed small school, just 4 points ahead of Byley, and received the small schools’ trophy. Well done to all involved and good luck to Middlewich in the next round.

 

 

 

 

Football league

The primary football league was run over 3 weeks on our 3G. with all teams playing each other once initially. The final round of games were the play-offs for 1st and 2nd, 3rd and 4th & 5th and 6th placings.

The 3rd and 4th play-offs were between St. Mary’s and Cledford. This match ended as a 1 all draw, with both teams having lots of great opportunities.

The small schools’ trophy was decided in the final match between Byley and Wimboldsley. It ended up as a 2-0 victory for Wimboldsley so they retain the Champions trophy from last year. Byley had a large squad of keen players that made huge progress as a team over the 3 weeks.

The final was unusually between Middlewich and Middlewich 2, the only school to put 2 teams into the competition. It was a very closely contested match that ended 2 all. The team managers decided to share the trophy rather than go to penalties; this was a great team result for a talented squad of Middlewich players.

We also introduced some value awards for the first time. Leaders from the High School were asked to look out for players that they felt were demonstrating any of the 6 key sporting values of: determination, honesty, passion, respect, self belief, and teamwork. Many students were recognised with a value certificate.

Well done to all involved and special thanks to the Sports Prefects and leaders who officiated and volunteered on these nights; they were great ambassadors for the PE department.

 

Girls football

There were some brilliant individual and team performances at the girls’ football competition. There was a mixture of established club players and young girls, who were representing their school for the first time; all girls displayed great sportsmanship and resilience.

The champions of the tournament were Cledford who retain the trophy and scored an impressive total of 21 goals over their 4 matches. The runners-up were St. Mary’s.

Our small school champions were Byley, with Wimboldsley as runners-up.

Well done to all involved.

 

Middlewich Sports Partnership Cross-country Competition

On Tuesday 2nd October we had our first event of the year which was our annual cross-country competition at Cledford Primary School. It was really well supported by nearly 200 runners from our six Partnership Primary schools and many spectators cheering them on. A large team of Year 10/11 Sports Leaders helped make sure the whole event ran smoothly and efficiently. Two Middlewich High School pupils, Beth Latham and Sam Ellison, were the hares for the course and had the runners hot on their heels.

The top three athletes in each race were recognised with a certificate and the winning school, which was made up of the three fastest runners, received a trophy. This year we were also able to award the top placed small school with a new trophy.

Results:

Year 3/4 girls:             Runners-up – Cledford, Winners – Middlewich.

Small schools’ champs - Byley

Year 3/4 boys:             Runners-up – Cledford, Winners – Middlewich

                                    Small schools’ champs - Byley

Year 5/6 girls:             Runners-up – Cledford, Winners – St. Mary’s

                                    Small schools’ champs - Warmingham

Year 5/6 boys:             Runners-up – St. Mary’s, Winners – Middlewich

                                    Small schools’ champs - Wimboldsley

Well done to all the runners who took part and represented their school!