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Thursday, July 06, 2006

SuperTeams: timing, teams and events


It looks like we will have four teams in the SuperTeams competition on 16th July.
  • U17s "A": Joe (Capt.), Katie, Nim, Chloe
  • U17s "B": Nichola (Capt.), Carla, Mel, Adam, Jadie
  • U14s "A": Fern (Capt.), Graham, Harriet Long, Hannah Reynolds
  • U14s "B": Hayley (Capt.), Beckey Rasch, Becky's brother, Laura(?), Arran

You will note that both "B" teams have potentially five members... that gives us a bit of flexibility if someone can't make it. If we do end up with too many we will try to ensure that the "extra" person is fully involved!


  • Registration: 9.30
  • Start: 10.00
  • Finish/presentations: 3.30


Looks like some changes have been forced here. No sumo, unfortunately - but there are now eight events, not seven:

  1. Hockey Skills: Relay for all four team members. Dribble a ball through cones, shoot, score a "goal", return. Fastest time wins.
  2. Skittles: Each team member takes two throws. Best score wins
  3. Rodeo Bull: Two members of each team try to stay on the bull as long as possible!
  4. Bungee run: Each team member has two runs - longest total distance wins
  5. Basketball: Each team member dribbles and shoots. Most baskets in two minute wins.
  6. Football speed test: Each player has three kicks, which are measured by a speed gun. Total speeds added together.
  7. Pole Joust: One person represents each team in a game based on medieval jousting (!)
  8. Gym test relay: Each team member does six sits ups, runs through a "two feet ladder" exercise, then throws a bean bag at a target. Best overall time wins.

Each team also has a "Joker" to play which doubles their score in a chosen event - but the Joker has to be played BEFORE the event!

The swimming pool is also open, as will be the climbing wall. Spectators (including parents) can also use the pool!


Medals, etc. - plus £250 for winning teams, £125 for runners up, and a £250 "Fair Play" award.

See you on the 16th.

If you need transport please say so NOW!

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