Table Tennis – Alex & Luc’s report

Written by Alex Kennedy

On Wednesday the 15th of November 2017 some people from Y5 and Y6 went to the Table Tennis competition. New Mills Boys blue team finished 4th and New Mills Girls team finished 3rd! This is Alex and Luc’ POV on it!

There were 3 teams for New Mills – Girl’s team, Boy’s blue team and Boy’s Red team.  On the first round red team was up against Tintwistle – Tintwistle won 4-0 so red team was unfortunately eliminated. The blue team was up against Hayfield and blue team won 3-1 so they went through to the next round! Blue team then went up against Dinting (who won last year) and unfortunately lost 4-0 despite a great attempt. Blue team then went up against Padfield who did extremely powerful shots so blue team lost 4-0 again. Everyone had a good go and shook hands with the other teams even if they lost. If you were knocked out, you could go and play a friendly game in doubles with other schools that had also been knocked out. Table tennis later finished, the person who was hosting it said that the most important thing of the day was the ‘Spirit of the Games award’ which was awarded to the school that was respectful to their teammates, their opponent’s team members and everyone else. The school who won it was…

NEW MILLS! I was really happy about it and so was everyone else. Mrs Fisher was really proud of this award and the person hosting this event said it was the most important thing for him.

This was really fun and one thing I would add would be a practise round to match teams up fairly. This was a lot of fun.

 

Comments

  1. Charlotte Rowe

    Sounds like it was fun!

  2. Ryan Coates

    It was fun! The bad part was that I got hit in the eye!

  3. Mrs Fisher

    So glad you enjoyed the event. I have great plans for an outdoor Table tennis area outside the staff room where all the thick bushes are. What do you think? You could then play at break and lunch times.

  4. Heidi-Mae

    I had a fun time. Thanks Mrs Fisher

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