Item: Kwik-Cricket Festival at Abbey College on Friday, 18th May, 2012
Year 4 children, from the Hunts School Sport Partnership, took part in an exciting Kwik-Cricket Festival at Abbey College on Friday, 18th May, 2012.
The day began with coaching activities in bowling, batting and fielding skills, which the children really enjoyed. Each team played 4 Kwik-Cricket matches; the sports leaders learnt how to score and did a great job! Everyone played really well and showed great enthusiasm, but the team who will be going through to the next round is Ashbeach - well done to their team!
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