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Britannia Primary School rule at Sportshall Games

13:46 05 February 2014

Britannia School - The winners of the Sportshall Games

Britannia School - The winners of the Sportshall Games

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Britannia ruled at the Suffolk Sportshall Games last week, the Ipswich primary retaining the title they won last year.

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The chase for top position went to the final two races, and in the end it was Britannia (322 points) that pipped Westley Middle School by a very narrow margin of eight points,

This year is proving to be a successful one already for Britannia - the girls’ under-11s table tennis team qualifying for a regional event, in Grantham, at the end of this month.

Britannia qualified for the Sportshall Games final at South Lee School’s new sports facility, courtesy of their second-placed finish in the Ipswich event, behind Gorseland.

Results: 8th Keddington Primary 94 points; 7th SRH Debenham 144 points; 6th Grove Primary 178 Points; 5th Gorseland Primary 216 points; 4th Beyton Middle 234 Points; 3rd St Louis Primary 240 Points; 2nd Westley Middle 314 Points; 1st Britannia Primary 322 Points.

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