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Action from the 2011 Norfolk Schools Cross Country Championships

PUBLISHED: 15:04 07 February 2011

Action from the Norfolk Schools Cross Country Championships. Photo: Sonya Duncan

Action from the Norfolk Schools Cross Country Championships. Photo: Sonya Duncan

ARCHANT NORFOLK PHOTOGRAPHIC © 2011

There were plenty of impressive performances on show at this year’s Norfolk Schools Cross Country Championships, which were help around Norwich’s Sloughbottom Park.

More than 400 children competed around the course on Wednesday, January 26, with boys and girls aged 12 to 17 taking part.

Scott Greaves, Ellie Spears, and Ashley Waterson all won their respective events.

Some of Norfolk’s best runners went on to compete in the Anglian Schools Championships at Corby earlier this month.

• Results: Under-13, year 7 – Girls: 1 Amy Dowsett (East Norfolk) 5.58; 2 L Craw Seaman (City) 6.03; 3 Amy Clarke (Reepham) 6.08; 4 I Holmes (City) 6.10; 5 S Wright (Norwich District) 6.11; Boys: 1 L Spear (South East) 8.20; 2 A Linstead (Norwich District) 8.24; 3 W Cooper (Norwich City) 8.30; 4 Falko Roobergon (Mid-Norfolk) 8.33; 5 H Flower (West Norfolk) 8.34. Under-15, years 8 and 9 – Girls: 1 Ellie Drake (Diss High) 12.37; 2 S Aldon (Norwich) 12.57; 3 Megan Bird (Norfolk) 13.05; 4 K Stratton (South East) 13.09; 5 L McGrath (City) 13.11; Boys: 1 A Waterson (Norwich); 2 E Holland (West Norfolk); 3 J Crooks (Norwich City); 4 M Wileman (South East); 5 L Jackson (North). Under-17, years 10 and 11 – Girls: 1 N Pottgeitier (South East) 14.51; 2 E Hookgamer (South East) 14.53; 3 Mabel Beckett (Norfolk) 15.07; 4 H.Wright (North) 15.09; 5 Catherine Lee (East Norfolk) 15.18; Boys: 1 Scott Greeves (North) 23.47; 2 Kyle Ella (East Norfolk) 23.54; 3 Keelan Pywell (East Norfolk) 25.13; 4 D Boorman (South East) 25.25; 5 Daniel Gomes (East Norfolk) 25.26.


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