Race to win Plymouth High Five netball crown heats up
PRIMARY schools across Plymouth are battling it out this week to be crowned the city's High Five netball champions.
Some 33 schools are taking part in the event being held over four days at UCP Marjon and organised by the Plymouth Schools Sports Partnership.
The final of the event will take place tomorrow once today's final group matches are decided.
Six schools will battle it out in the final.
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Compton CoE, Austin Farm and Drake Primary have already booked their places by winning their pools.
Organiser Anna Clooke said: "It has been brilliant so far. The behaviour of the children has been amazing and the standard just gets better and better each year.
"I think that is due to the fact that they have more opportunities now to take part in competition.
"This year we have had two warm-up competitions and that has helped."
The winners and runners-up of the event will have the chance to represent Plymouth at the regional finals, which will be held in Paignton on March 27.
High Five is a form of netball for boys and girls aged nine to 11 year-olds that involves just five players on the court at one time.