Badminton success for Vale Academy from Brigg
VALE Academy enjoyed great success at the Level 3 Sainsbury's Humber School Games Secondary Badminton Finals.
Over 40 teams had contested the Key Stage 3 and 4 North Lincolnshire Finals of the Center Parcs National Schools Championships.
The Championships are a nationwide tournament run by Badminton England in association with Sainsbury's School Games.
All the North Lincolnshire teams who qualified then travelled to Hull Badminton Centre for the Sainsbury's Humber School Games.
£5.00 VOUCHER to use at our award winning restaurantView details
Book a table for 2 and get £5 off with this voucher. When ringing quote: “This is Scunthorpe” promotion.
Terms: Cannot be used with any other offers or vouchers. Your email address.......................... (if you want to receive vouchers in the future). Print voucher or show us the voucher on your phone.
Contact: 01724 701783
Valid until: Wednesday, June 19 2013
The Axholme Academy represented North Lincolnshire in the Key Stage 3 Girls' Finals, playing Hymers College (Hull), Wolfreton School (East Riding) and Tollbar Academy (North East Lincs).
Playing a combination of two singles and three doubles games for each match, the girls lost two matches but won their match against Tollbar to finish in third place overall.
In the Key Stage 4 Girls' section, Baysgarth School also won their match against Tollbar to finish in third place, having lost narrowly to Newland School for Girls (Hull) and Wolfreton.
The Vale Academy represented North Lincolnshire in the Key Stage 3 Boys' Finals and had comprehensive victories against Hymers College and Tollbar.
However, the title came down to the head-to-head match with Headlands School (East Riding). Vale lost three games to two to finish runners-up.
Vale also represented North Lincolnshire in the Key Stage 4 Boys' Finals. The boys dominated, losing only two games of the 15 played over the three matches.
They beat St Mary's College (Hull), Havelock Academy (North East Lincolnshire) and Wolfreton School.
It meant they progressed to the Regional Finals of the Center Parcs National Schools Badminton Competition.