Primary Schools Cross Country 2015

West Berkshire & North Hants Primary Schools Cross Country Championships 2015

The West Berkshire and North Hampshire Primary Schools Cross Country took to the stage for the 15th year organised by Team Kennet on Tuesday 31st March at The Newbury Showground in extreme windy conditions but sunny.

It was to be a record breaking time, as 1084 young athletes crossed the finishing line in four races.

The overall school went to last years winners Falkland, who also picked up the B team award as well, the most improved this year went to Parsons Down, while the Small Schools award went to Brightwalton.
Woolton Hill took the North Hampshire Title.

In Race 1 Josie Robertson(Cold Ash St. Marks) led from the start to take the year 3/4 girls title, with Isabelle Law (St. Gabriels) taking 2nd place and Skye Wheatley of Theale taking 3rd place.

Race 2 year 3/4 boys there was a clear winner, Joseph Sheridan from Speenhamland, with a battle for the other medals, with team mate Finlay Moore taking runners up and Nathan Salter of Woolton Hill third.

Race 3 the year 5/6 girls Maisey Jeger from Kintbury St Marys took the win with Luci Robertson Cold Ash St. Marks taking second place and Lucy Draper of Brightwalton third place

Race 4 was the biggest field of the day 294 finishers, Marcus Chitty defended his title from Burgclere with Olly Brawshaw from Parsons Down taking runners up and Jacob Burch Francis Baily taking Third Place.

Team Kennet would like to thank all the Volunteers from the club and those outside the club especially Park House School and The Downs School for supplying Young Leaders.
To the main Sponsors Porterfield Public Relations and MIK Paints, and to Breeze FM for promoting the event.

Detailed Results

Overall Teams
Overall B Teams
Race 1
Race 2
Race 3
Race 4

Last years results can be viewed here


Click here for a video of the event courtesy of the Newbury Weekly News.



Just wanted to congratulate the organisers and all concerned with todays excellent schools cross country event. Our children really enjoyed the experience of competing against so many children in such a well organised event.

We’ll certainly be looking to add next year to the 34 children who experienced it today.


Just a note to say how brilliant the cross country championships were yesterday. Our children really enjoyed being part of such an impressive event and we’re really grateful to everyone who made it possible and gave up their time to marshal and help out.  Thank you.

Kintbury St Mary’s cross country team

Event sponsored by Porterfield Public Relations and MIK Paints.