Dodgeball is a big hit
A new dodgeball league started at Priory Community School.
BIG Hit Dodgeball launched their first league at Priory Community School.
With six teams competing on the first night, there was plenty of competitive action, with a big crowd to see it all happen.
Reservoir Dodge and Autoballs kicked things off with an all action game with plenty of accuracy and quality catches taking place, Reservoir Dodge taking victory 6-1, with Paul Sargent unlucky to be on the losing side with a fine performance.
The next fixture saw the turn of Weston Dodgems and Balls Deep. Dodgems fielding three females took the first game, with Marc Brooker of Dodgems in fine form, but Balls Deep turned the tables with some tactical play and ran out 5-1 winners.
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The final game of the night was Deceptidodgers against Duck Dodgers, another tactical game saw the Ducks run out 4-2 winners.
If you are interested in entering the league, please visit www.bighitdodgeball.moonfruit.com or texting DODGE to 07581 403134.
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