The Wimbledon Cluster Year 5/6 Tag Rugby competition kicked off at Wimbledon Chase on Thursday 26th January 2017. It was fantastic to see every school represented and 16 teams in total battling it out to represent Wimbledon at the borough finals. Teams were drawn into four groups with the top two teams progressing into the top eight knockout rounds while the third and fourth placed teams looked to finish as high as possible in their respective knockout rounds.
On Thursday 10 November Wimbledon Chase Primary School hosted the Wimbledon Cluster Year 3/4 Best Team Football festival. 15 teams from 11 schools entered on the day and were split into 2 groups to play in a round robin format.
On Friday 21 October at Wimbledon Chase Primary School the Best Team Football Wimbledon Cluster competition took place. Ten schools from the Wimbledon Cluster arrived in high spirits keen to demonstrate their footballing skills and team-work and thereby earn their school a place in the Best Team Football Borough Finals. Fifteen teams took part in four pools, each aiming to secure a top spot in their group to guarantee a coveted place in the Finals.
On Thursday 13 October at Wimbledon Chase Primary School the first Wimbledon Cluster competition of the year took place with the Year 5/6 Girls Football. Nine schools from the Wimbledon Cluster arrived in high spirits keen to demonstrate their footballing skills and team-work and thereby earn their school a place in the Girls Football Borough Finals. Eleven teams took part in two pools, each aiming to secure a top two spot in their group to guarantee a coveted place in the Finals.
Thursday 26th May saw Wimbledon Chase Primary School host the inaugural Wimbledon Cluster Dodgeball Competition. The weather was on our side as we experienced glorious sunshine and a cooling breeze throughout the day. Eight schools from the Cluster arrived keen to demonstrate their dodging, ducking, diving and dipping skills. A round robin format was used enabling all schools to play one another and maximise their playing time.
Tuesday 26th April saw all eleven Wimbledon schools take part in the Cluster Year 5/6 Kwik Cricket competition held for the first time at a very accommodating Merton CC. On a day in which we experienced all four seasons, the occasional rain shower and snow flurry could not dampen the attitudes of the enthusiastic competitors. The schools were split into two pools, playing two mini-leagues.
Thursday 22nd October 2015 saw the children in Years 3 and 4 from the Wimbledon Cluster schools take centre stage just two days before the RWC2015 semi-finals, and they provided entertainment to rival the main event! Thirteen teams from nine schools travelled to Wimbledon Chase Primary School to take part in an afternoon that fully embraced the Rugby Core Values of Respect, Discipline, Sportsmanship, Enjoyment and Fair Play.
The Wimbledon Cluster competitions kicked off in fine form this year with a Rugby World Cup 2015 inspired Year 5/6 Tag Rugby Tournament at Wimbledon Chase on Friday 16th October 2015. It was fantastic to see every school represented and 15 teams in total.
The teams were split into three pools, with all A teams competing in Groups 1 and 2 while B and C teams played one another in Group 3. The top two teams in Groups 1 and 2 would go on to represent the Wimbledon Cluster at the Borough Finals in February.
Friday 3 July 2015 saw the final Wimbledon Cluster event of the year take place: Y3/4 Rounders held, once again, at Wimbledon Chase Primary School. On a scorching hot afternoon, all eleven Wimbledon schools brought down a squad of enthusiastic athletes ready to battle the heat and their opponents on the rounders field.
The eleven teams were separated into three groups: one of three teams and two groups of four. Each group competed as a single entity resulting in three group winners at the end of the afternoon.
All eleven schools entered the Wimbledon Cluster Year 5/6 Best Team Kwik Cricket competition held at Wimbledon Chase Primary School on Tuesday 28th April. Apart from a chilly wind, conditions were perfect to enjoy an afternoon playing competitive but fair cricket. The twelve teams present were split in to two pools, with each team playing the other sides in their group.