Village games finalists completed by West Norfolk and Broadland heats
Ten more finalists have booked a place in the Norfolk Village Games this autumn after weekend heats.
Sunday qualifying sessions saw villages and towns vying for a place in the September 4 showdown at the University of East Anglia.
Competitors battled it out in a range of nine different tests including archery badminton rounders and table tennis.
The event is organised by Active Norfolk a five year old partnership aiming to increase sport participation across the county.
The Broadland qualifiers at Aylsham High School were Hevingham, Coltishall, St Faiths, Cawston and Booton and Aylsham
West Norfolk qualifiers at Lynnsport in King's Lynn were Docking, Methwold, Feltwell, North Wooton and Castle Rising and Downham Market.
Active Norfolk spokesman Ellen Vanlint said: 'Its fantastic to complete our county line-up for the first ever Norfolk Village Games. I certainly am looking forward to September 4 and think its going to be a fantastic day!'
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