20 teams entered into the event which was held at Cambridge Lawn Tennis Club, the competition was split into an A zone and a B zone competitions with matches played over 16 mini courts and umpired by tennis leaders from CRC. In the B zone, 10 teams played each other in a round robin format split into two groups. The winning teams were decided through points scored. The team with the most points came first. The Grove were the winning team in the B competition. St Laurence came second and Great & Little Shelford took third place. All top three teams won gold, silver and bronze medals.
In the A zone 10 teams played each other in a round robin format split into two groups. The winning teams were decided through points scored. The team with the most points came first. Great & Little Shelford were the winning team in the A competition. Milton Road came second and Colville took third place. All top three teams won gold, silver and bronze medals.
The spirit of the games certificates went to Orchard Park and Stapleford for self belief.
Cath Heron Manager for the Cambridge School Sports Partnership said “It was great to see so many schools taking part and providing young people with the opportunity to compete and achieve their personal best. The event was fantastic. The sun was a welcome factor and children enjoyed playing in such a wonderful community setting. Tennis is a popular sport amongst primary school children and some of the children really look forward to this annual event. The Leaders from CRC were a credit to the College, helping run the completion to the highest standard”.
Both Milton Road and Great & Little Shelford will now go on the represent the Cambridge Schools Partnership at the Level 3 Games on the 27th June.
Thanks to the following schools for taking part in the competition:
Colville, Stapleford, Swaffham Bulbeck, St laurence, Orchard Park, The Grove, Great & Little Shelford, Fen Ditton, Milton Road, St Matthew’s
Many thanks to The Cambridge Lawn Tennis Club for allowing us to use such wonderful facilities.