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School of the Month for April - Brockwell Junior School
On Wednesday 8th March 2017 Brockwell took part in a Basketball Competition. 29 children from Brockwell went to St Marys Secondary School in a coach because it was too long to walk there. The lady who was running it discussed the rules with us before we started playing.
Brockwell took 3 teams Brockwell Badgers the A team, Brockwell Beavers the B team and Brockwell Bears the C team. I was in Brockwell Badgers. We played against Brimington Hawks they were one of the best teams there, we played them first, then we played Brockwell Bears, which are our biggest rivals ever, and then for the last group match we played Walton Holymoorside Bees.
We beat Brimington Hawks 6-4 it was a very close game but we managed to squeeze a victory this is how the score line went them, us, them, us, us. We beat Brockwell Bears about 22-0 obviously we scored all of them. We beat Walton Holymoorside exactly 18-0, so we got to the semi-finals against Brimington Falcons we beat them about 10-0 so that means WE'RE IN THE DISTRICT FINALS on the 28th of March at Netherthorpe! The team can’t wait!
Written by Joe and Sam.
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