The teams were split in to 4 groups. Kwik cricket is very inclusive with each team member having to bowl 1 over per match and bat for 2 overs as well as field and cheer on everybody!
The winners of each pool were Bottisham B, William Westley, Cambridge International and Stapleford. Semi-finals were played which saw some very good bowling, batting, fielding and even some flying catches! The winners of the semi-finals were William Westley and Stapleford. Both teams then played each other in the final. This was a very hard fought game but the eventual winners were William Westley who retained their title from last year. Well done to them! They received gold medals and Stapleford took silver medals.
The runners up of the semi-finals were Cambridge International and Bottisham. This was a tense battle for the bronze medals in the 3rd/4th playoff which resulted in a win for Cambridge International who claimed bronze medals.
Congratulations to all the children that took part from William Westley, Abbey Meadows, Sancton Wood, Milton Road, Bottisham, The Grove, Stapleford and Cambridge International. They showed great sportsmanship, applauding good play and cheering each other on.
The spirit of the games award for team work went to Milton Road for demonstrating fantastic team working skills throughout the competition.
Thanks must go to the brilliant Sports Leaders from Sawston Village college who umpired and scored the matches.