The Specsavers Youth Games is an inter-parish sports competition for teams and individuals. It encourages all participants to try new sports they haven't been involved with previously. The entrants are from Years 5 and 6 from local primary schools and represent ages 9-11.
The principle aim of the Games is to promote the value of sport to the young people of Guernsey and therefore the emphasis is on fun, fair play and the creation of a festival atmosphere so young people can experience the feeling of participating in a large-scale sporting event.
The 2015 competition took place on Saturday 13th June. In the lead up to competition day, over 500 children who signed up to take part completed training in the 17 different individual sports. The main closing ceremony was held at Footes Lane, the winning district was West, whilst St Peter Port Won the Fairplay award. The next competition will be run in 2017.
Youth Games 2017 Launched
Guernsey children in Years 5 and 6 are invited to try new sports at this year’s Specsavers Youth Games. The Guernsey Sports Commission is encouraging pupils to represent their district in one of 16 ...
Everyone’s a Winner at Specsavers Youth Games 2015
On Saturday the 13th of June 575 children from Years 5 and 6 gathered at Footes Lane for the Specsavers Youth Games 2015 Closing Ceremony. Children competed across 6 districts- Castel, Vale, St Peter ...
Youth Games Timetable Announced for Games Day
Youth Games Sports Times for Saturday 13th of June....
Vale Pupil Wins £1000 Poster Competition
VALE Primary School pupil Aimee Gavey has won £1,000 worth of sporting equipment for her school after winning the Specsavers Youth Games poster competition. The 11-year-old’s poster depicted the Gu...