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Over 40 students descended on Belper Leisure Centre to battle it out to be crowned team Table Tennis champions for the Belper cluster!
Games were played in a singles format with boys playing against boys and girls playing against girls with the players in each category being given a score between 11 and 1 depending on their number of wins
Teams were made up of 4 players with the results from each game with the team with the most points at the end of the evening being declared the champions!

In a chaotic, frenetic, deafening Alfreton cluster Y3/4 Dodgeball competition it was Ironville Primary who held their nerve to claim the title!
Sixteen teams battled it out to become kings of Dodgeball in Alfreton with those teams split into two, 8 team leagues with each school playing eachother once
After that the top 2 from each group progressed to the semi-finals and then a subsequent final which saw Ironville overcome Leys Jr A

Fourteen teams battled it out over 5 courts all attempting to get their hands on our KS2 Boccia title for 2017/18!
In teams of 3 students were tasked with rolling, throwing or launching their boccia balls and get them as close to the 'jack' as possible to claim points for their team!
The games can thick and fast for the pupils who coped brilliantly with playing against different teams on varying courts!
The teams were split into 3 groups, with the winner of each group progressing to the 'Champions group' to battle it out for the top prize!

After a dramatic final game it was Howitt Primary who came out on top in the Heanor cluster Y3/4 Dodgeball competition!
Twelve teams took part in the event with two groups of six teams playing out before a further 6 team playoff round for every school resulting in a frenetic evening of dodgeball!
In group A it was Howitt Primary who dominated winning each of their 5 games to win the group ahead of Codnor A in 2nd and Mundy Jr A in 3rd place meaning Coppice Primary, Langley Mill Jr and Loscoe Primary B would advance to the second playoff round

A phenomenal thirteen schools were in attendance at Belper cluster's Y3/4 Dodgeball competition on Monday evening!
Players were attempting to knock out all of the other team within the 3 minute time period, after that time the team with the most players remaining were declared the winners!
The 13 teams were split into two groups of 6 and 7 with the top 2 in each group progressing to the championship round, the middle 4 teams playing off to decide placings and the bottom 5 placed teams doing the same