Year 10 and 11 Girls shine at Urdd Netball tournament in Bangor UniversityYear 10 and 11 Girls shine at Urdd Netball tournament in Bangor University
In a testament to the spirit of competition and sportsmanship, Year 10 and 11 girls participated in the Urdd netball tournament held at Bangor University yesterday. While victory eluded them, their exceptional talent and determination left an indelible mark on the court, inspiring many and earning praise from their coach, Miss Hough.
Our team competed against 24 other schools, showcasing their skills and commitment to the game. Miss Hough couldn't be prouder of her students. She commended the girls for their dedication and remarkable performance on the court, their teamwork and perseverance were evident throughout the tournament.
Miss Hough gave a special mention to Sophie Murphy for her exceptional interceptions in every game she played, highlighting her role in the team's commendable performance. "Sophie's determination and skill were a standout, and she played a pivotal role in our efforts. Our girls displayed incredible sportsmanship and teamwork," Miss Hough remarked.
The Urdd netball tournament is more than just a competition; it's an opportunity for young athletes to learn and grow. The experience gained from participating in such events is invaluable, and it's sure to benefit these aspiring netball players in their future endeavors. Their participation exemplifies the positive impact of sports in young individuals' lives. It nurtures discipline, teamwork, and a love for healthy competition. The experiences they gained will undoubtedly play a pivotal role in their development as athletes and individuals.