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Netball: Robert Kett ‘blue’ team win place in Norfolk Games

14:57 05 April 2012

Robert Kett Junior School netball teams.

Robert Kett Junior School netball teams.

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Two teams from Robert Kett Junior School competed in the South Norfolk Partnership High Five Netball Tournament.

The undefeated blue team showed a real passion and enthusiasm during the tournament, which was held at the UEA.

This winning team are now through to the Norfolk Games day in June. The successful team were; Jack Bates, Sonny Clarke, Oliver Palmer, Libby Elliott, Natasha Sharman, Flossie Warne, Ella Wright and Amber Hunter.

The yellow team also did themselves proud losing only one match, which was against the Robert Kett blue team. In this team were; Emma Holland, Caitlin Standley, Fergus Hughes, Ben Wilkinson, Will Felton, Anaelle Tynan, Lucy Savage and Louise Shotton.

Teacher Miss Brugger said: “Well done to all the players. They played with great enthusiasm and did the school proud.”

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