Kwik Cricket boost for Mundesley
EIGHT primary schools competed in the North Norfolk School Sport Partnership Kwik Cricket finals at Fakenham Cricket Club.The schools were Cromer Junior, Holt Primary, Mundesley Junior, Stalham Junior, North Walsham Junior, Fakenham Junior, Burnham Market, and All Saints Stibbard.
EIGHT primary schools competed in the North Norfolk School Sport Partnership Kwik Cricket finals at Fakenham Cricket Club.
The schools were Cromer Junior, Holt Primary, Mundesley Junior, Stalham Junior, North Walsham Junior, Fakenham Junior, Burnham Market, and All Saints Stibbard.
Sixty four pupils aged nine to 11 played some brilliant Kwik Cricket with some great fielding, bowling and batting on the four pitches in a great spirit.
Mundesley Junior (pictured) became the winners after defeating Holt Primary in the final.
Thanks went to Fakenham CC and their coaches for supporting the event and also to Fakenham High School's four cricket leaders Thomas Hill, Emily Woodhouse, Jack Burton and Harrison Futter for being scoring umpires.
Fakenham's Sri Lankan international, Gayan Wijekoon, presented the trophies.
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Mundesley Junior, Holt Primary and North Walsham Junior School will now represent north Norfolk at the County finals later this month.
For more information visit www.northnorfolkschoolsport.co.uk