Gallery: Sporting show at Suffolk School games hosted in Ipswich and Bury St Edmunds

The Suffolk School Sports Games at Bury Leisure Centre. Competitiors take part in the 75 metre race.

The Suffolk School Sports Games at Bury Leisure Centre. Competitiors take part in the 75 metre race. - Credit: Archant

This year saw the fourth hosting of the annual Suffolk School summer sports festivals, delivered by Suffolk Sport and supported by the School Games Organiser network, providing excellent competition.

Around 1,300 children attended the two festivals with Ipswich–based Westbourne Academy hosting panathlon, kwik-cricket, tri-golf and netball.

Meanwhile, in Bury St Edmunds competitors took part in athletics, cricket, gymnastics, cycling, tennis, swimming and squash.

Suffolk Sport’s Children and Young People Officer James Payne, responsible for organising the festivals said: “Yet again we have witnessed two incredible days of school sport across a diverse range of different competitions.

“The standard of competition has been very high and the levels of sportsmanship and fair play exceptional.


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“As well as seeing so many smiling faces among those taking part, it is also pleasing to see our team of volunteers and young leaders enjoying the experience and helping to deliver successful events.”

Athletics

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Under 11s Quadkids: Britannia A 1837, Sidegate 1831, Broke Hall 1799, Horringer 1757, St. Louis 1711, St. Mary Woodbridge 1708, East Bergholt 1708, Britannia B 1681, Ravenswood 1646, Woodbridge 1644, St. Marys Academy 1584, Combs Middle 1580, Blundeston 1570, Earl Soham 1566, Place Farm 1561, St. Josephs 1548, Sir Robert Hitcham 1520, Albert Pye 1520, Rougham 1486, Exning 1439

Under 13 Girls’ Super 8s: Debenham 914, Copleston 890, Westley 890, Hardwick 863, Farlingaye 1 844, Ormiston Denes 836, Horringer 820, Sir John Leman 813, Claydon 812, Hartismere 791, Thomas Gainsborough 730, Farlingaye 2 478

Under 13 Boys’ Super 8s: Copleston 1216, Farlingaye 1 1190, Horringer 1122, Sir John Leman 1109, Westley 1069, Debenham 1064, Hardwick 1035, Farlingaye 2 1008, Copleston 2 943, Ormiston Denes 914, Hartismere 908, Howard 904

Discovery Super 8s: Claydon, Priory

Cycling

Yrs 9 & 10 Team Invitational Boys: County Upper A 56.68, Debenham 58.37, King Edward B 58.69, County Upper B 59.72, King Edward A 59.53, County Upper D 1.00.71, County Upper C 1.01.25

Golf

Super Sixes: Pakefield High

Golf

Inclusive Tri-golf: Stonelodge, Claydon, Farlingaye, Westbourne, Copleston, Felixstowe, Holbrook

Gymnastics

Year 1&2 Key Steps: Hadleigh 107.8, Forest Academy 106.4, Elmsett 105.3, Chilton 100, Mellis 99.8, Bures 99.2

Year 3&4 Key Steps: Great Waldingfield 105.7, Exning 103.9, Albert Pye 103.6, Hadleigh 103.4, Mellis 102.8, Elmsett 101.3, Chilton 96.5

Year 5&6 Key Steps: Mellis 106.1, Kettlefields 2 101.7, Sproughton 101.1, Hadleigh 100.9, Earl Soham 95.1

Netball

U11 High 5: Westley, Britannia Sproughton, Albert Pye, St Felix, The Oaks, Westfield, Woodbridge, St Louis Middle, Earl Soham, Ditton Lodge, Thurston, Cockfield, Mellis, St Louis Catholic, St Josephs

Panathlon

Priory & Riverwalk

Squash

Under 16 Mixed: King Edward, Debenham, Copleston

Swimming

Under-11 swimming: Albert Pye 97, Ditton Lodge 95, Birchwood / Westley 83, Hadleigh 82, Trimley St. Martin / Halifax 81, Boxford / Murrayfield 78, Holbrook 74, St. Marys 70, St. Louis 67, Blundeston 45

Tennis

Year 3&4 Mini Tennis Red: Nacton 62, St. Felix 56, Morland 54, Hadleigh 48, Exning 46, Bosmere 40, Mellis 30

Pictures: Phil Morley

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