The Premier League Trophy Came to Visit

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The Premier League Trophy Came to Visit

DSC_2285v2On the 22nd of March Alan Birchenall came to the school and brought the actual Premier League Trophy with him.

All pupils and staff were extremely excited by the visit and many had their photos take with either Birchie or the Trophy.DSC_2312v2

Nobody was allowed to touch it (sadly) as it is worth £6 million and its was accompanied by its very own security guard.

What a day it was!

Hoops 4 Health Champions

ROWLATTS HILL PRIMARY 2012 NATIONAL HOOPS 4 HEALTH CHAMPIONS ! ! ! !

Hoops 4 Health WinnersOn Saturday 12th May 2012 Rowlatts Hill Primary School’s basketball team, coached by Denley Andrews, travelled to the National Indoor Arena in Birmingham to compete in the Hoops 4 Health Finals against 8 schools from all over the country.

Each area competed against local schools to get through to the finals as Regional Winners.

Our heroes breezed through the groups stage winning each match comfortably and then also the semi final.

After an exhibition England v Scotland Pro match, the final took place against Two Mile Ash School in Milton Keynes.

Visibly nervous after being paraded out in front of a full stadium, Team Rowlatts struggled to get control of the game and with just a few minutes left on the clock, we were 8-0 down!

Tension was very high and it could easily have looked like we were outdone at the last hurdle.

But no!

Rowlatts Hill’s Never-Say-Die attitude dug deep and we scored 5 baskets in the dying minutes to win the title!

It was a remarkable day and the children of Rowlatts Hill did themselves and the community of Rowlatts Hill very proud indeed.

Each player was presented with a winners medal and the team received the 2012 Hoops 4 Health Winners Trophy.

Well done to all who played.

The Team: (left to right above)
Declan, Courtney, Tareeq, Abdullahi, Miquan, Kareem, Hope,
Cheznay, Tishion and Kean.

Special thanks to our excellent coach, Denley Andrews.