The Chesterfield Kwik Cricket Finals took place on 31st May at the beautiful Queens Park Cricket Ground.
In overcast conditions the finals commenced with 4 boys/mixed teams and 4 girls teams playing to become Chesterfield Champions.
The teams qualified from the cluster events and the following schools were represented. Whitecotes Primary, Christ the King, Norbriggs Primary and Staveley Primary School in the Boys/Mixed finals. The girls teams were Brampton Primary, Old Hall Primary, Staveley Primary and Mary Swanwick Primary.
After the semi finals were played, the girls final was eventually won by Old Hall primary school who scored 257 runs with Brampton scoring 220 runs. Old Hall go through to the County finals.
The boys final was closely founty game between Christ the King Schoool and Whitecotes Primary, who replaced Walton Holymoorside in the finals. Eventually Christ the King were the winnig team by one run!
Congratulations to Old Hall and Christ the King and we wish them well in the county finals.
Thanks to the leaders from Chesterfield College, support from Derbyshire Cricket Board and Chesterfield Cricket Club for preparing the ground.
Partnership Development Manager
Telephone: 01246 565825
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Date: 8th September 2015
Time: 18:00 PM - 19:30 PM
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