After the first 24 matches of the SR2020 Virtual Competition, team KSF from Kenilworth Sixth Form head up the league leaderboard with 58 points. They’re closely followed by JAMDynamics and Lawrence Sheriff School.
The league matches provide a proving ground for all the teams’ hard work over the past few months in preparing their robot code. There is also a prize for the rookie team which scores the best in the league, which the Kenilworth Sixth Form and JAMDynamics teams are currently well placed for.
The teams now have a week to work on and improve their code before another 24 league matches are played over the course of next weekend. As we’ve seen with the changes in the league from today’s matches, this means there’s still all to play for.
If you would like to catch up on this weekend’s livestreamed matches, they’re available on YouTube:
We look forward to seeing you over the next two weekends for the continuation of the SR2020 Virtual Competition.
|18th July 2020||League Session 3|
|19th July 2020||League Session 4|
|25th July 2020||Knockouts and Final|