Writhlington Under 13 girls played their first fixture in the Lady Taveners national competition last week.
In the first game Writhlington played against The Blue School, Wells and scored a fantastic 92 runs however a strong batting performance from Wells meant they won with 104 runs.
The second game against Fairlands Middle School saw a turnround in results with Writhlington batting first and scoring a total of 111 runs. Fairlands made a great effort to reach 93 runs but strong bowling from Sophie Penney, who took two wickets in two balls, made it impossible for them to snatch a victory.
Head of PE, Alison Weeks said:
‘It was a really great start to the season and students are already showing great promise for the season ahead. Despite being an inexperienced team, they all played exceptionally well and certainly kept the other teams on their toes. I think this will be a team to keep your eye on.’