Team Kennet had a great turnout for the Quad Kids match with 4 under 9 boys, 4 under 9 girls, 12 under 11 girls, and 8 under 11 boys. First up for the under 9 girls was the sprints with Praiya Foreman clocking a time of 12.3 to record the fastest under 9 sprint on the day for the girls. In the long jump Foreman stole the show again for Team Kennet with a leap of 2.44m. In the Vortex throw Darcey Scaplehorn threw 19m to throw the furthest of the U9 girls and finally Foreman stormed to the finish line with a new Team Kennet Club record of 2:11:7 for her 600m and with her solid performances she secured a 1st place finish on the day overall. Other girls taking part Isla Cooke and Evelyn Barker.
For the under 9 boys William Moloney was quickest for TK also with a sprint of 12.3s but it was Gethin Thomas with the biggest jump of 2.49m. In the vortex throw Max Burt threw furthest for TK with 21.7m with Sebastian Lauder-Clarke close behind with 20m. In the 600m it was close between the boys but Moloney finished quickest for TK with 2:17:7. It was Moloney’s debut for the club and finished in the top 3 overall. Both the under 9 teams managed to secure 1st place overall on the day.
For the under 11 girls it was close in the sprints with Matilda Clare and Ella Larkin both clocking 11.6s followed by Penelope Lyth and Elizabeth Wilson 11.8s. In the long jump Clare leaped furthest for TK 3.69m with Lyth 3.60m and Isla Ladds 3.51m. For the Vortex, Clare maintained her form with 28.05m, Alice Stratford 26.05m and Lyth 25.65m. Also throwing over 20m was Larkin, Wilson, Ladds and Ella McDonald. In the 600m it was close for the squad of 12 with Larkin finishing quickest 1:57:8, Quinn Joyce 2:02:3, Clare 2:03:7 and Lyth 2:04:6. On the day overall Clare finished 1st with Lyth finishing 2nd. Also in the top 5 was Ella Larkin, 4th and Isla Ladds, 5th. The under 11 girls finished 1st on the day overall.
At the end of the day Team Kennet Quad kids entered 3 relay teams after proving popular back in April and managed to break the U11 record in the Oxford League with a time of 64.6seconds. Well done to the team, Clare, Larkin, Ladds and Lyth!
Under 11 boys had some quick times in the 75m sprint with Jenson Nichols clocking 11.7s, Malik Gaye and Connor O’Riordan 11.8s and Samuel Atkins 12s. In the long jump Gaye leapt furthest for TK with 3.51m, close behind Nichols with 3.43m. In the vortex Nichols threw furthest with 28.5m again with Gaye close behind 24.64m and Joshua Kuijten 24.2m. Atkins was quickest in the 600m with 2:00:2, Gaye 2:08:0. Other boys taking part Brodie Sanderson, Flynn Sanderson and Henry Kaxe. The team finished 4th overall on the day.