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New Age Kurling brings success for Avon Valley College

 DSC0009This year’s New Age Kurling Level 3 School Games competition was kindly hosted for the 3rd year by Lavington School. It was a closely fought and therefore very lively competition.

New Age Kurling is a fully inclusive sport and athletes of all abilities were able to compete against each other which was great to see.

The final placings were very close with just two points separating the top four teams. Westbury Leigh and Devizes 2 could not be separated so shared third place. Rob Paget and Matt Pearson from Wiltshire Council delivered the event on the day with the support of the 20 plus young leaders from Lavington School.  It was particularly pleasing to see some of the athletes from last year’s competition returning as young leaders this year. They were excellent in helping and supporting those athletes who needed some guidance, as well as doing a great job officiating the matches.

Lisa Adams, Head of PE at Lavington School , was thrilled to see such a great event at her school and was delighted to be able to carry out the presentations.


1st - Avon Valley College 1

2nd - St Joesph's 2

Joint 3rd - Westbury Leigh and Devizes 2

If you would like to find out more about the School Games please contact Alma Borthwick on email Alma@wiltssport.org.uk or call the WASP office on 01225 781500. 


Wiltshire and Swindon Sport ( WASP ) aim to promote and support sport and physical activity. We can support your club, school and workplace with a range of services including:

If you think we can help you please get in touch…  Kirsty@wiltssport.org.uk  or call 01225 781500.


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