Greneway athletes in fine form
GRENEWAY S powerful Year 7 and 8 athletes opened their accounts in the respective North Herts Schools Leagues with some excellent individual and team performances. Many athletes established new and improved personal best, and the Year 7s in their first
GRENEWAY'S powerful Year 7 and 8 athletes opened their accounts in the respective North Herts Schools' Leagues with some excellent individual and team performances.
Many athletes established new and improved personal best, and the Year 7s in their first competitive experience of the season, ensuring a very successful evening.
It proved to be ideal preparation for the North Herts Schools' Championships on June 21.
Year 7 boys Jack Beck, A Armstong, J Tillmouth, N Addison, Toby Flynn and J Smith all finished first in their respective events, and the same age group saw victories for H Lucken, K Smith, E Lane, E Eramus, B Boulton, S Horner and R Robinson in the girls' events.
In the Year 8 events, Ryan Ingrey, C Roach, W Dacey, S Archibale, F Hyde B Coles, S Geddes and B Jackson all won in the boys' section, and there was also success in the 4x100m relay.
The girls' relay team also took gold, with H Faulkner, S Jones, A Blows, B Davies and K Linwood winning in the individual events.
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