Greneway pupils show the way

Greneway School s talented Year 7 and 8 athletes continued their impressive performances in their respective North Herts Schools League with some excellent individual and team performances. In the process five school records were broken, the first of wh

Greneway School's talented Year 7 and 8 athletes continued their impressive performances in their respective North Herts Schools' League with some excellent individual and team performances.

In the process five school records were broken, the first of which was Aaron Smith's 12.81 seconds in the Year 7 100m, breaking Daniel Bryan's 14-year record.

In the girls Year 7 200m Amy Cooper beat the record she set last year to record a time of 27.42, while Amber Rivers bettered her own 70m hurdles record with a time of 12.19.

The Year 7 boys and girls 4 x 100m relay winning teams also set new records, with the boys registering a time of 54.87, and the girls doing eve


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