Primary High 5 Netball Championship Finals
Newland School for Girls hosted the Hull School Games Primary Schools High 5 Netball Championships this week, involving 7 primary schools battling it out to be crowned Hull champions and gaining qualification to the Humber School Games Netball in July. We would like to thank Newland School for Girls for providing fantastic Netball umpires who did a brilliant job!
4 schools progressed to the semi-finals after a tough group stage with Ings playing Clifton and Spring Cottage against Victoria Dock. True to form, the winners of each group stage continued their unbeaten run and the final was contested against Ings and Spring Cottage, with Clifton and Victoria Dock playing a 3rd place play-off.
Spring Cottage Primary
Victoria Dock Primary
High 5 is the massively popular entry game of netball. It’s a great way for kids to get active, enjoy themselves and make new friends. It’s designed specifically for children, aged 9-11, and uses fun and variety to get them into the game, polish skills and aid fitness.
With 5 players on court, and up to four off-court roles, High 5 enables you to engage more kids, more of the time. Off-court players take on roles such as time keeping and scoring.
High 5 can be for mixed or single-sex teams with a maximum of two boys on court at any one time. A key part of High 5 is players rotating round positions. This means that all young people get to experience every position on court and makes for fitter more adaptable players as they get older.
Please visit the England Netball website to find out more and how your school can get involved!