ASHS Cluster Tag Rugby 2017

Sixty Year 4, 5 and 6 children participated in the Harleston Cluster Schools Tag Rugby Festival held at ASHS on 9th November 2017. Five teams from Alburgh with Denton and Pulham Primary Schools played in a series of competitive, skilful and closely contested games. Following the group stage, each team participated in a play-off match.

The Festival was won by Alburgh with Denton Primary School having defeated Pulham Primary School by three tries to one in a high quality and exciting final. Both teams have qualified for the South Norfolk School Sport Partnership Tag Rugby Final which will take place in March.

The event was run by KS3 Sports Leaders. The Nine ASHS school students from Year 9 were central to its delivery, leading warm up activities for the younger children and refereeing the matches. They did a superb job; and the standard of referees was very high.

Five children were also highlighted as the sportsmanship player of the tournament they did a great job in helping their team succeed and supported all the players throughout the morning.

It was lovely to see so many children enjoying rugby and having fun playing sport.

Final Results:

1. Alburgh 1

2. Pulham 2

3. Pulham 1

4. Alburgh 2

5. Pulham 3


Laura Goodswen

Laura Goodswen
Sports Co-ordinator (SSCo) Archbishop Sancroft cluster

Mobile: 01379852561


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