Hands up if you’re having a great time! Key Stage One pupils show their appreciation during the speed stacking tournament, which was the latest leg of the Omnes Games.

SCHOOL SPORT: The 4th Omnes Games Schools event saw more than 120 pupils from across West Norfolk in action at a speed stacking tournament at Lynnsport.

Twelve schools took part in the competition, which was organised by King’s Lynn Community Football, with assistance from College of West Anglia students.

Speed stacking followed the first three rounds of handball, dodgeball and badminton. Next up in the Omnes Games are volleyball, New Age curling, ultimate frisbee and archery.

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