Fawbert and Barnard take Dodgeball Victory

Despite the hectic events of the morning’s Badminton Festival, the Dodgeball Finals were a relative breeze in comparison. With 8 teams qualifying from last week’s events, the standard of play was always going to be high. Some of the throws were brutal – the speed and intensity were both frightening and awesome to observe. The catching and tactically play was impressive and after the group rounds Fawbert and Barnard A met Potter Street in the final; again the match highlighted the high standard of skill, with Potter Street narrowly losing out to a ferocious Fawbert and Barnard team. The results of the group matches were as follows:

Group 1

Fawbert and Barnard A – 9 points

Pemberley – 7 points

The Downs C – 5 points

Church Langley A – 3 points

 

Group 2

Potter Street – 9 points

Church Langley C – 5 points

The Downs A – 5 points

Little Parndon – 5 points

 

Congratulations to Fawbert and Barnard, who will now represent Harlow in the County Finals.

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