Sporting mini festival

Shropshire secondary schools picked up trophies in the
first round of School Games for the new academic year.
The finals are organised by active partnership Energize,
with teams representing one of six areas – two from
Telford, plus North Shropshire, South Shropshire, East
Shropshire, and Shrewsbury. In the dodgeball competition,
Shrewsbury’s Priory School won the boys’ event, while the
girls’ title was won by Charlton School in Telford. Newport’s
Burton Borough School won the KS3 sportsability tennis
competition, with Idsall of Shifnal in second place.

The next secondary school’s county finals will be this
January, when the KS3 and KS4 badminton titles will be
decided. For more details visit energizestw.org.uk.

Charlton School from Telford won the girls’ dodgeball competition

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