HERNE Bay snapped up the last Kent Panathlon place on offer to join Dartford, Ashford, Malling and Sevenoaks in the final on June 28.
The Herne Bay team, made up of St Anselms and Canterbury schools, qualified strongly, winning table cricket, kurling and both athletics field events, while Shepway came second, Dover third and Thanet fourth. In total, 85 disabled children from seven schools took part.
Kelly Bowyer, Herne Bay co-ordinator, said: “It was a fantastic day. We can’t wait for the final.”
Sophie Kettyles, Ursuline College boccia official, added: “It was a great experience.”
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