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Histon and Impington

Brook Primary School

Big Schools Tag Rugby Competition 21.3.2023 Great Shelford Rugby Club

On Tuesday, HIBPS fielded two mixed teams at the Big Schools Tag Rugby. The players were split across two teams, competing in the Plate and the Cup. Throughout the afternoon, the 22 children in attendance played to the best of their abilities. All the children tried hard throughout, supported each other and were intent on securing tries or their opponents’ tags! At the end of each match, the children showed great sporting behaviour as they initiated the cheers for the opposing side.


In the Plate competition, Lucas, Camilla, Sophia, Finlay, Florence, Lucy, Rosie, Rose, Finch and Nathan were superb, leading to winning scorelines throughout their pool matches. The team played impressively with 5-0, 5-3, 5-1 and 6-2 wins in their matches, which secured them a spot in the final against Swavesey. Parents and carers at the side lines watched on nervously, anxious for them to continue their winning streak; that was just what they did. The team stormed through to a 3-1 triumph to win the Plate.


In the Cup competition, Robert, Lorenzo, Archie, Tom, Henry, James, Erin, Carys, Millie, Mia, Benny and Logan fought superbly well to win all their pool matches against Waterbeach, Meadow, Linton Heights and Swavesey: 6-0, 7-0, 5-1 and 8-3 respectively. Their team efforts won the pool and took them straight into the final against Trumpington Park Primary, where in a close match, which was fraught with tension, they brought home a further nail-biting win - 4:3 - to take the Cup.


At the end of the matches, the delighted children rushed together to celebrate their respective wins. What a superb performance by all the players! A huge thank you goes to Mr Fallon in preparing the children and to the parents and carers, who cheered on from the side lines and took time out to enable the children to play.

Mrs Beal

P.E. Subject Leader