Stamford St Martin’s Rotary Club’s It’s a Knockout Success

The Rotary Club of Stamford St Martin's team - from left, back, Colin Flatters, Steve Fraser, Daniel Russell and Kevin Pattison. Front, Sherry Green, Clare Andrews, Dalia Majumder-Russell, Emily Payne and Katy Harrison
The Rotary Club of Stamford St Martin's team - from left, back, Colin Flatters, Steve Fraser, Daniel Russell and Kevin Pattison. Front, Sherry Green, Clare Andrews, Dalia Majumder-Russell, Emily Payne and Katy Harrison
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TEAMS took part in crazy games and challenges and raised £7,300 at Stamford’s first ever It’s a Knockout day.

The competition was organised by the Rotary Club of Stamford St Martin’s and attracted 24 teams to Empingham Road Playing Fields on Sunday.

They tackled eight games including Hamster Wheel-ay, Slippery Slope and Chicken Run.

Winning team Current Leaders received a cheque for £500 which they donated to Spend a Penny.

There was also a fun day for spectators, featuring children’s games, face painting and crafts.

Money raised was donated to the Evergreen Care Trust and Spend a Penny campaign, both based in Stamford, and the Myosotis Trust, which helps Romanian orphans.

Club press officer Kevin Patterson said: “It was a fantastic day, a really enjoyable event.”

The teams, in order of placings, were: The Current Leaders, Deepings Round Table, Eagles, Collin’s Crushers, The All Round Wrappers, Thomas Deacon Judo Club, The Last Minuters, Bourne and District Round Table, Team Jazz, AWB Ltd, Univeg-inators, BNI Bruisers, Chardys Angels, The G Team, The Ketton Crew, Macintyres’s Marvels, Peterborough Greyhound Stadium, The Rotarians, Young Marmalade, Look Out, It’s Luckins!, Mini Monsters, Good & Norfolk, Sprinters, and Vicious & Delicious.