Moving onto the rotations, the teams were being scored throughout the days activities on various thing, including planning, time management, safety and the overall completion of the activity. Each section would be scored out of ten and then added to give the teams overall score. The activities for the afternoon were all designed to stress the importance of trust so the teams had to rely heavily on each other to complete the activity in a safe way and of course get themselves some points towards the Trophy! The Spiders Web activity saw the teams attempting to get each team member through the spider web without using the same hole twice and without ever touching the web itself - this meant that some team members needed to be lifted and carried, which again highlighted the importance of trusting your team.
Not only was trust important in this activity but also planning as most teams spent all their time planning and practicing for one of the webs and didn't get round to planning for the second web which made it all the more difficult when they got to that stage, touched the web and had to start the whole thing again. Team Third Leg took the most attempts at this activity and managed to complete it just before their time ended - the planning stage most definitely could have been longer for this team!