Swindon Schools Cross Country

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Well done to the 36 pupils from Years 7-11 who took part in the Swindon Schools Cross-Country competition in November.

The Year 7 cross-country team had some excellent results, with Josh Jones, Corey Whatcott and Tyler Preedy all finishing in the top 25!  The team finished 6th overall.  The girls’ team finished strongly, Freya Johns finished 15th and the team finished in 4th position.

The inter boys (Years 8 and 9) finished in 5th place, with Keanan Pontin and Manni Ally finishing in 24th and 28th respectively and the inter girls came 7th overall, with Isobel-Jazz Roberts finishing in 20th place. 

The senior boys finished in 4th place overall, with Logan Plumley, our best scoring athlete, coming home in 9th Place. Giuseppe Parry and Elimelech Bile came 32nd and 35th respectively.

Year 7 Boys Year 7 Girls
Josh Jones Freya Johns
Tyler Preedy Genie Roberts
Corey Whatcott Jasveen Sandhu
Cameron Paddon Bobbi Woodward
Oliver Selwood Millie Waters
Samson Tesfalem           Abby Ballagh-Davies       
David Gessey Kelsey Walsh
 Kian Stratton Chanel Hunt
 Onrea Turner-Thomas      Imogen Hunt
 Mani Lusasa Jasmine MacKinnon
 Year 8/9 Boys  Year 8/9 Girls
 Manni Ally  Isobel-Jazz Roberts
 Keanan Pontin  Caroline Powney
 Connor Swatton  Jamelia Francis
 Alfie Rist  Nicole Williams
 Jamal Ally  Reanne Davies
 Cameron Pontin  Amber Stevens
 Year 10/11 Boys  Year 10/11 Girls
 Logan Plumley  Ana Rodrigues
 Guiseppe Parry  
 Elimelech Bile  


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