Oxford League Match 2 QUADKIDS

Team Kennet Quadkids we’re back in action at the second round of the Oxfordshire Young Athletes League held at Banbury on Sunday.

Overall Team Kennet finished 1st out of 8 teams ahead of Oxford in 2nd and Bicester in 3rd. 

1st           Team Kennet                     2146

2nd         Oxford City                        2097

3rd          Bicester                               1609

4th          Abingdon                             1569

5th          Witney                                 1061

6th          Radley                                 609

7th          Banbury                              551

8th          White Horse                       250

The U9 Boys and girls were both 1st and the U11 boys came in 3rd behind Oxford and Bicester and the U11 girls 2nd behind Oxford. 

Finishing 1st overall the Under 9 Girls were back to winning ways again with Orlagh Stratford taking 2nd Individual Spot, she clocked an impressive 600m in 2.29, her 75m sprint was also good at 12.9s. 3rd in the individual rankings was her sister Alice who threw 17.67m in the Vortex. Other girls taking part were Jasmine Hemmings and Evie Kearney. 

Also finishing 1st overall the Under 9 Boys Joshua Kuijten and Finn Fitzmaurice scored well with Joshua coming in 1st overall individually. Joshua scored well with a 2.9m long jump and a 23.2m vortex throw. 

Under 11 boys also had a strong squad of 5 finishing 3rd overall with Euan Jones coming in the top 10 individual rankings.

The boys were strong with the vortex throw with Ben Doherty throwing the furthest of 34.84m. Malik Gaye was strong in the 600m clocking 2.00.2 despite the scorching temperatures.  Other members of the squad include bothers Elliot and Henry Bell. 

Finally, In 2nd place overall the under 11 girls had a strong squad of 5 girls with Matilda Clare scoring 4th in the individual rankings and Penelope Lyth close behind in 7th. Lyth was the best long jumper of the day with 3.23m and Matilda Clare quickest in the 75m sprint with 12.1s. 

Quinn Joyce was strong again in the 600m clocking 2.12.6. Other girls in the squad were Elora Murray and Gracie Cooke.