Events & News News Fantastic Competition at School Games Handball Monday 9th March saw 14 teams from across Cambridgeshire and Peterborough take part and compete in the School Games County Handball Finals 2019/2020. An exciting event ensued as children aged 12 to 15 took part in County Finals throughout the day. The Tournament consisted of 4 different categories – U13 Boys, U13 Girls, U15 Boys, U15 Girls. This event took place at the Cambridge University Sports Centre (University of Cambridge Sports Centre, Philippa Fawcett Drive, Cambridge, CB3 0AS) and was kindly supported by England Handball. The venue came alive with the sound of cheering and camaraderie as the schools battled it out to become champions. Matches were highly contested and closely fought for, often coming down to the last couple of minutes! And final results in some cases coming down to goal difference. Each school represented one of the five Partnership areas – Cambridge (CSSP), Hunts (HSSP), Peterborough, South Cambs (SCSSP) and Witchford (WSSP). Results for the Games were as follows: U13 Boys 1st – Swavesey Village College (SCSSP) 2nd – Kings School Peterborough (Peterborough) 3rd – North Cambridge Academy (CSSP) U13 Girls 1st – Kings School Peterborough (Peterborough) 2nd – Cambridge Academy Partnership (CSSP) 3rd – Impington Village College (SCSSP) U15 Boys 1st – Impington Village College (SCSSP) 2nd –Cambridge Academy Partnership CSSP) 3rd –Kings School Peterborough (Peterborough) 4th –Ely College (WSSP) U15 Girls 1st – Impington Village College (SCSSP) 2nd – Cambridge Academy Partnership (CSSP) 3rd – Kings School Peterborough (Peterborough) 4th – Ely College (WSSP) Congratulations to all the winning teams Swavesey Village College (Under 13 boys), Kings School Peterborough (Under 13 girls) and Impington Village College (Under 15 boys and girls) who will be representing our region at the Regional Handball Finals in May! The festival was organised by Living Sport, the Active Partnership, on behalf of the Local Organising Committee for Cambridgeshire and Peterborough. The mission of the Games is ‘Keeping competitive sport at the heart of schools and providing more young people with the opportunity to compete and achieve their personal best’. The event is funded and supported by Youth Sport Trust, Sport England and The National Lottery.