Charity Is Real Winner Of Netball Tournament

Tollbar MAT Sixth Form College Year 12 and 13 Teams who took part in a Charity Netball Tournament.

The Teenage Cancer Trust was the real winner of a Charity Netball Tournament organised by the Year 12 students.

Four teams of girls and boys took part, including the Year 13 Team, who were the ones to beat. A huge crowd saw the competitive matches played with excellent pace and some outstanding interception. Very reliable shooting from Year 12 Aaron Lewis helped his team win every game and the overall tournament, narrowly snatching the title from the Year 13 Team.

Student Jemima Cook said: "The Charity Netball Tournament was an honour to organise and we enjoyed all the work put in. The turnouts and games brought excitement to the College and a positive distraction from the stress of forthcoming exams. This is something we would love to participate in again, and raise money for such a worthy cause."

The Netball and Football Tournaments combined raised more than £300 for the charity.

Indea Dennis, Evangeline Jessop and Tilly Fairgrieve in action.

Charlotte Foulston, Reece Amis and George Harrison.

Indea Dennis and Christian Fawcett.

Maddison Button and Hannah Bingham.

Ethan Elaisa with the ball.

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Tollbar MAT Sixth Form College Principal

Caroline L Yates BA (Hons).

Tollbar MAT Chief Executive

David J Hampson