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Sports Update 20/10/17

We have had lots of inter-school sports competitions this week. On Thursday we took two teams to play in the Chester School Sports Partnership Tag-Rugby competition at Chester Rugby Club. In absolutely horrendous conditions our children played exceptionally well in both the A and B competitions.

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Sports Update 13/10/17

We have had another exciting week of PE, sports competitions and sports trips this week!

Our football team continued their fantastic start in the Chester Primaryship league with a 7-1 victory...and somebody other than a Thomas scored!!!

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Sports Update 06/10/17

Lots of inter-school sports events have taken place this week. Our football team continue to make an excellent start to this years campaign with another two wins this week. On Tuesday we travelled to St Clare's and put in an excellent performance, coming away with a 5-1 victory. Goal scorers where Thomas Johnson with a hat trick and Thomas Ford with two. On Friday we took two teams to play St Oswald's, one game being another league game and the other was arranged as a friendly fixture to give as many children as possible the chance to represent Delamere.

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Sports Update 29/09/17

This week we hosted the first of Academy Trust Sports events with our annual Year 2 Football Festival. Teams where invited from St Martin's Academy, Oak View Academy and Ellesmere Primary with the emphasis on our infants developing their football skills and experiencing friendly competition against other schools. The games where confidently officiated by four of our KS2 children who did an excellent job in refereeing and scorekeeping. In the end, the winners of the Delamere Cup where Delamere 'Reds.' Well done to all 50+ children who took part!

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Sports Update 22/09/17

On Tuesday, during our Anglo-Saxon day the children took part in 'Battle of Villages!' After putting the children into either 'Tarvin' village or 'Kelsall' village, the children then competed to be the village winners by attempting to eliminate the other children from the game by throwing a pigs bladder (...dodgeball!) at them. The children really enjoyed representing their village and looked the part in their fantastic Anglo-Saxon outfits. The eventual winners where....KELSALL!!

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