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Days Gone By: Children of Springfield Junior School play It’s a Knockout in 1991

PUBLISHED: 10:00 16 June 2018

A classic game of croquet was also a part of the It's a Knockout games   Picture: JAMIE NIBLOCK

A classic game of croquet was also a part of the It's a Knockout games Picture: JAMIE NIBLOCK

Children of Springfield Junior School had a fun filled day when they put on their own version of It’s a Knockout in 1991 - have we pictured you in this gallery?

Doing a summersault at the end of a race    Picture: JAMIE NIBLOCKDoing a summersault at the end of a race Picture: JAMIE NIBLOCK

The tournament was based on the It’s a Knockout TV programme, which first aired on our screens back in 1966 featuring various challenges to test skill and strength.

All eyes on the ball for this game     Picture: JAMIE NIBLOCKAll eyes on the ball for this game Picture: JAMIE NIBLOCK

The concept of the much loved show was soon taken on by people up and down the country and many put on their own It’s a Knockout-style games using whatever they could find as obstacles.

Taking on the classic egg and spoon race    Picture: JAMIE NIBLOCKTaking on the classic egg and spoon race Picture: JAMIE NIBLOCK

The children from Springfield Junior School in Ipswich were among those to stage their own contest, using hoops, balls and egg and spoons to create their own challenges to compete in.

To win this game of It's a Knockout the children had to jump through a few hoops   Picture: JAMIE NIBLOCKTo win this game of It's a Knockout the children had to jump through a few hoops Picture: JAMIE NIBLOCK

Do you remember taking part in the It’s a Knockout competition at Springfield Junior School in 1991, or can you spot anyone you recognise in these pictures?

Another classic race, the skipping race    Picture: JAMIE NIBLOCKAnother classic race, the skipping race Picture: JAMIE NIBLOCK

To share your own pictures and memories with us, email our picture desk.

The children taking on their own It's a Knockout challenges    Picture: JAMIE NIBLOCKThe children taking on their own It's a Knockout challenges Picture: JAMIE NIBLOCK

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