Greneway shine in relay contest

PUBLISHED: 13:05 22 November 2007 | UPDATED: 15:19 12 May 2010

GRENEWAY School s young swimmers enjoyed a successful day at the Hertfordshire Primary Schools Relay Championships at Berkhamsted Collegiate Girls School. Greneway were up against 19 other schools in what was always going to be a challenege for the Roys

GRENEWAY School's young swimmers enjoyed a successful day at the Hertfordshire Primary Schools' Relay Championships at Berkhamsted Collegiate Girls School.

Greneway were up against 19 other schools in what was always going to be a challenege for the Royston school's Year 5 and 6 swimmers.

However, the youngsters finished in a deserved sixth position. The boys team even came away with the consoltaion trophy thanks to their second place finishes.

Overall Greneway were just 12 points behind winners Aldwickbury School of Harpenden and seven points behind second placed York House School of Rickmansworth.

Head of PE Terry Graves said: "As one of only four state schools, this was a superb effort by the whole team."

All the Greneway swimmers achieved personal bests.

Boys team: Josh Allen, Oliver Bass, Sam Edney and Callum Orvis.

Girls team: Emmie Ward, Leah Parcell, Christy Stubbs and Hannah Smith.

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