The Wimbledon Cluster Year 5/6 Tag Rugby competition kicked off at Dundonald Recreation Ground on Wednesday 5th February 2020. It was fantastic to see so many schools represented and 17 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.
The Wimbledon Cluster Y56 Best Team Football Competition took place on the 3rd December 2019. We were treated a mild day but with the sun shining all competition long! There were 18 teams representing 10 schools in the Wimbledon Cluster, they were placed in 3 groups of 6 teams, the top four teams would qualify for the Borough Finals and represent the Wimbledon Cluster.
Wimbledon Chase A
Wimbledon Park B
Holy Trinity A
The Wimbledon Cluster Y56 Girls Football Competition took place on the 27th November 2019 (finally the weather had changed so we could get this tournament running a week late). Wimbledon High kindly provided us with their superb astro surface for which the girls really enjoyed showcasing their skills on.
There were 17 teams representing 11 schools in the Wimbledon Cluster, they were placed in 2 groups of 6 teams and 1 group of 5 teams. The top four teams would qualify for the Borough Finals and represent the Wimbledon Cluster.
On Wednesday 30th October 2019 the Wimbledon Cluster Y5/6 Hi-5 Netball Competition took place at Ricards Lodge. There were 9 schools in the cluster represented, with 15 teams taking part overall. A very large number of teams which made for a great day of Netball. Lots of teams turned up very early to get practice started, and to be switched on ready to go!
The Wimbledon Cluster Year 3/4 Kwik Cricket Festival took place on Tuesday 9 July with nine Wimbledon teams of enthusiastic cricketers ready to battle their opponents on the field.
There were two groups playing across three pitches, with teams playing a minimum of four games each.
Group 1 consisted of Bishop Gilpin A, Pelham, Wimbledon Chase A and Bishop Gilpin B.
On Thursday 27th June 2019, the Wimbledon Cluster took part in an Y5/6 Dodgeball Festival, which took place at Dundonald Recreation Ground. Twelve teams took part in this event, split into two groups and playing in a round robin format. The matches were eight minutes long, which meant teams had plenty of opportunities to practice their throwing, dodging and catching skills.
Wednesday 22nd May saw eight teams from Wimbledon schools take part in the Cluster Year 5/6 Kwik Cricket competition held at Old Ruts CC. The crowds came out to support their schools and they were not disappointed, as there was some high quality performances on show. The competition was played in a round robin league format so all teams played seven matches through the day..
The Wimbledon cluster Year 3 & 4 Tag Rugby festival not only brought out the sunshine at the end of April, but also drew a large crowd who had come to be entertained by some extremely talented and committed pupils. Seventeen teams from ten schools travelled to Dundonald Recreation Ground to take part in an afternoon that showed off some top quality rugby, amazing respect and sporting spirit amongst the teams and most importantly a lot of fun had by all involved.
The Wimbledon Cluster Year 5/6 Tag Rugby competition kicked off at Dundonald Recreation Ground on Thursday 28th February 2019. It was fantastic to see every school represented and 17 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.
n Monday 26 November at Wimbledon Chase Primary School the Best Team Football Wimbledon Cluster competition took place. Seventeen teams from ten schools in the Wimbledon Cluster arrived in high spirits keen to demonstrate their footballing skills and team-work to thereby earn their school a place in the Best Team Football Borough Finals.