Below are details of our last #DevonVirtualGames event for this term - it's the Andy Murray 100 Volley Challenge which ends at 5pm on Sunday 12th July. Don't forget, there are multiple £100 prizes for schools that have the highest number of participants on average and loads of medals and certificates for those that take part!
Andy Murray 100 Volley Challenge
This competition is all about Tennis Volleys - The challenge has been set by Andy Murray himself - check out Andy and his wife demonstrating how it’s done here: 100 Volley Challenge
If you have a learning or physical disability, check out how you can adapt the rules. Keep reading to find out more.
If you reach 30 volleys, you’ll be awarded a Bronze certificate and medal.
If you reach 60 volleys, you’ll be awarded a Silver certificate and medal.
And if you reach 100 volleys, you’ll be awarded a Gold certificate and medal!
Prizes for adapted rules:
If you reach 10 volleys, you’ll be awarded a Bronze certificate and medal.
If you reach 20 volleys, you’ll be awarded a Silver certificate and medal.
And if you reach 40 volleys, you’ll be awarded a Gold certificate and medal!
All entries will also be included into a prize draw for the chance to win a 2020 Wimbledon towel! In addition, the school with the highest percentage of their pupils taking part will also win a prize, so make sure you tell your friends from school to get involved too!
Once participants have completed the challenge they'll need to click here to fill out a short form.
Any problems or further help needed, please get in touch.