Team Kennet athletes thrived in the first Oxford Cross Country League match of the Season held at Banbury over the weekend.
The under 13 Boys produced best team score on the day finishing 4th, Matthew Nocton was first home in 6th place, making up the rest of the team was Oliver Tozer 13th and Jacob Woods 22nd, the B team of Ivan Checkmazov 31st and Isaac Mitcham 33rd came 13th team.
The under 13 Girls saw a record turn out from the club making up 4 teams, Alanna Smith was first home of the clubs 12 girls in 11th, Anna White 17th and Annabel Maclean 20th saw the A team finish 5th, Emma Davies 28th led the B team home in 11th place, making up the team was also Maddi Baker 41st and Georgina Wallis 42nd.
Other girls were Ella-Marie Rudman-Bromley 44th, Rosie Burridge 50th, Esme Montague 52nd, Ellie Hamill 55th, Megan Hamill 56th, Caitlyn Davies 60th
The under 17 Women saw Georgina Thomson home in 4th place and sister Rebecca Thomson 11th, combined with under 15 girls Annelise Gale 14th and Emily Tucker 17th the team were placed 7th.
Archie Loweth came 9th and Toby Clark 10th in the under 15 boys race
The younger age groups Anna Hall came an excellent 2nd place in the under 9 girls with Mia Kearney taking 11th
The under 11 girls Imogen Newby ran a superb race to come home in 3rd place, Bethany Maclean 8th, Amber Stiles 15th, Leilah Gaye 22nd, Lilia Gale 32nd, Lola Mitcham 53rd
The under 11 boys Elliott Murphy also timed his finish to perfection taking 3rd place, Ethan Kuijten 8th, Max Adams 12th, Reggie Scott-Harden 14th, Aaron Carter 20th, Archie Gordon 32nd, Harry Strutt 37th, Ethan Knight 51st and Barnaby Turner 52nd
The under 9 boys saw a clutch of TK Yellow Vests, Noah Lauder-Clarke 13th first from the club home followed by Kaan Tugcetin 18th, Harry Barnett 19th, Reuben Kuijten 30th, Charlie Adams 31st and Thomas Mitchell 35th
Sue Francis 40th and Martine Stiles 110th were the two only senior ladies from the club while in the men Phil Murphy 49th, Chris Hall 91st, Jonjo Stiles 152nd,Mitch Poustie 215th, Mark Little 235th, Simon Gale 315th were the 6 men that ran