BUDMOUTH College Year 12 sports students hosted the annual Primary school High 5 tournament.

Two tournaments ran side by side – one for large schools and one for small schools.

The winners of the large schools competition this year was Chickerell Primary with St Osmund's Year Six team finishing runners-up.

The winners of the small schools competition was Southill team and the runners-up were St Augustine's.

The winners now go through to the Level 3 School Games finals being held on Monday, April 3 at Sir David English School in Bournemouth.

Students from Budmouth planned the event as part of their Community Sports Leaders award and made sure that the timings were efficient and that the results for the afternoon were reported correctly.

Budmouth provided the umpires this year in the form of Year 8 and 9 students.

These girls had either achieved their Young Umpire’s award previous to this event or are working towards it.

Every year Weymouth Rotary Club provide every young person with a certificate of participation and by choosing the winners of the Fairplay Trophy.

This is awarded to the team who shows excellent sportsmanship throughout the whole afternoon.

This year, St Osmund's Year Five team collected the honour.

A spokesman said: "This year we were lucky enough to have three Rotary Club representatives present for the tournament and we would like to thank them for their constant support with this event."