Can you spot yourself? Young sports stars battle it out in Norfolk Summer School Games
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They sprinted, jumped and batted - and then dashed off to find a nearby spot of shade.
Thousands of schoolchildren across Norfolk basked in the sun this week as the Norfolk Summer School Games finals kicked off.
Split into winter and summer competitions, the school games - part of a national initiatve - are thought to involve about 18,000 pupils across 14 sports, making them the largest school sport event in the county.
Football, golf and netball were on the agenda at the start of the week, before Brooke Primary School triumphed in the Kwik Cricket finals on Tuesday.
On Wednesday, almost 700 pupils from the county's secondary schools took to the track and field for the athletics finals.
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South Norfolk's School Sport Partnership (SSP) triumphed, followed by West Norwich and Dereham and West Norfolk.
Tennis and angling are among the sports yet to be finished this week.
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This week of county finals - organised by Active Norfolk and the eight SSPs in Norfolk - comes after months of qualifying competitions.
The events are sponsored by the SportsPark.