Border League Cross Country Competitions
We had a fantastic turnout of 66 athletes for the 3rd Border league cross country at Stoke Park. We cannot mention all our athlete names in this report but we say a BIG well done to all those who took part on that cold day. See our website for the full set of results and photos!
Our U9 girls have improved their team position in each successive race. In the first Border league they came third, then second and in this race we were first team. We are in strong contention to win the team trophy, but only if we have a good result in the last race. So, we need our best team out at Camberley.
Katie Sakaria has had a great season and was first yet again. She is set to win the individual trophy. She was followed in by a strong pack of YAC girls:
- 4th Emily Burke
- 6th Arabella Wilson
- 7th Tabitha Brown
- 8th Lana Darcy
- 10th Connie Mortimer
Myles Forster was our top finisher in 7th place with Jack Burke 10th, Toby Hart 11th and Connor Tinker 12th which meant the boys team came 2nd behind Basingstoke.
In the biggest race of the day with 116 taking part, we had 17 girls competing. We came 4th team overall. Millie Cant, having a busy weekend of sport managed to come 2nd, with Charlotte Burnham 15th and Ayla Darcy 21st and Charlotte Black 42nd. We can take pride from the fact that G&G are winning this event because all their best girls have come from Young Athletes Club!
This was another big field with 95 athletes. Oliver Hardman was first home for YAC in 15th place with Leon Lafreniere hot on his heels in 16th. Michael Gar came next in 20th, Henry Moodie was 24th. YAC was 4th team overall.
For those who want to see the details the results can be downloaded from the following links
The last Border league race takes place on:
Sunday 1st March 2015 at Camberley
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