Middle school cross country age champions (from left) Harry Lang, Ruby King, Georgia Walker, Tom Fender, Isabella Byrne, Toby Gilmore
Middle school cross country age champions (from left) Harry Lang, Ruby King, Georgia Walker, Tom Fender, Isabella Byrne, Toby Gilmore Judi Haidley

Runners pound paddock in quest for clan trophies

THE Scots PGC junior school students completed their cross country carnival last Friday amid cheers from fellow clan members and supportive parents.

Macinnes was the winning clan however the carnival was as much about the journey as the destination.

Since last term, the children have been trained by HPE teachers Mr Fender, Mr McGregor-Lowndes, Miss Dunsdon and Mrs Fraser.

Mr Campbell and Miss Dunsdon also held early morning training sessions with the students who wished to take part.

 

RESULTS

  • Macinnes, 1, 154
  • Mackay, 2, 132
  • Leslie, 3, 128
  • Cameron, 4, 126

Middle school

Age champions:

  •  10 years - Harry Lang, Ruby King
  •  11 years - Georgia Walker, Tom Fender
  •  12 years - Isabella Byrne, Toby Gilmore

Champion clan: Mackay, 108; Cameron, 103; Leslie, 91; Macinnes, 81.

Senior school

Age champions:

  •  13 years - Matthew Fatnowna, Ashleigh Kane
  •  14 years James Gilmore, Grace Fender
  •  15 years Tom Jameson, Demi Hayes (record)
  •  16 years Jack Wild, Louise McNair
  •  17 years Kieran Bourke, Cassie Heaslip

Trophies

  •  St Andrew's Cup, junior champion (13-15 years): Demi Hayes.
  •  Glenbrae Cup, senior champion (16-17 years): Cassie Heaslip.
  •  Ross Cup, junior interclan (13-15 years) Mackay.
  •  Counsell Cup, senior interclan (16-17 years): Mackay.
  •  Speed Cup, junior champion (13- years): Matthew Fatnowna.
  •  Estwick Cup, senior champion (16-17 years) Jack Wild.
  •  Angus Cup, junior interclan (13-15 years): Mackay.
  •  Kingswood Shield, senior interclan (16-27 years): Cameron.
  •  Standards Trophy: Mackay.
  •  Nitschke Cup for champion clan: Mackay.


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