Team Kennet Juniors took part in the Third of the Destination Basingstoke Cross Country League on Sunday at Down Grange organised by Fleet. Under 9 girls going in to this match were top of the league, a win would seal them as league winners going in to the last match and they made sure they packed up the front well. Ella Larkin led the way to also secure herself a top two finish at end of the season by coming 2nd place again, then the TK girls packed in for 6th place Isla Ladd’s, 7th place Ella McDonald and 8th place Penelope Lyth to ensure a team victory and for the club the under 9 girls are unbeaten in any competition for nearly 3 years! Milly Davies was next home in 15th and Gracie Cooke 16th.
The under 13 boys are now pushing also to win the team title and they secured a team victory by just 1 point. Elliot Murphy was clubs first runner home in 3rd place moving him in to 3rd individual overall, Ethan Kuijten was next in 6th followed by Max Adams 7th and Aaron Carter in 14th for the Team. William McDonald also ran and came 16th.
The under 9 Boys also secured a 3rd team finish with Malik Gaye coming 2nd place, keeping him 2nd overall individual. Joshua Kuijten was next home 22nd followed by Alfie Cronk 25th.
The under 11 girls were also 3rd placed team led By Anna Hall who has secured 2nd place overall in the individuals. Ella Cronk was next in 15th followed by Harriet Saunders 21st and then Amelia Rehill 31st.
The biggest field of the day with Team Kennet Numbers was the under 11 race, very tough age group and again the u11s were placed 3rd in the teams. Noah lauder-Clarke was 9th, just behind was Oscar Larkin 10th, Ben Daley was next in 14th and Harry smith made up the team with 17th place. The B team was led by Frank Edwards 18th, Elliot Bell 26th, Luke Stiles 28th and Henry Bell 30th which saw the B team 7th placed. Next home Joshua Ladds 31st and Rueben Kuijten 43rd
The under 13 girls Amber Stiles came home in 15th and Leilah Gaye 16th while in the u15 Boys Isaac Mitcham was 4th and under 15 girls Olivia smith 5th place.