Athletes finished of the cross county season in the Oxford Cross Country League
at Henley on Thames with best results of the season.
11 boys were in form and Oliver Tozer continued to improve with his first win
of the season lifting him to runners up spot overall, Ivan Chekmazov came in
just behind in 3rd place just missing out on a trophy, Elliott
Murphy came in 6th and Ethan Kuijten came home in 10th.
Fraser came 3rd in the under 13 girls on a very tough course
with lots of hills and a downhill finish, this meant that she finished 3rd
overall as an individual but also kept the team 3rd overall as well,
Anna Patterson came in 14th and Maddi Baker 22nd.
13 boys only saw Noah Kemp come home in 8th place but this was
enough to take 3rd team in the league.
The under 9
girls Amber Stiles continued her good season with a 4th place, this
was a great result as it put her in 3rd place overall, Anna Hall was
6th and Louise Colby 13th
11 girls Zoe Allen just missed out after keeping her 3rd place all
season her run on the day was 4th which slipped her one place, Emma
Davies was 14th, Imogen Newby 19th, Leilah Gaye 28th
and Lilia Gale 38th
Mens team finished on a high in 3rd team in Division 2 finishing 5th
in the League, the result shows if they got all the clubs top athletes out they
would be in contention winning top league, on the day Phil Murphy was 21st,
Bart Kuijten 60th, Chris Hall 66th, Bradley Thomas 75th,
Mark Little 147th, Andy Waters 156th, Kim Darcy-Masters
178th, Mitch Poustie 209th, Simon Gale 222nd.
Boys Aaron Carter ran well in 8th place followed by Harry Strutt 12th,
Noah Clarke 13th and Reuben Kuijten 23rd
under 15 Girls race Emily Tucker just got the better of Annelise Gale coming in
18th and 19th respectively