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Race 1 - Saturday 23 September 2017

The first race of the Salford METS series took place at Cleavley Track today and Team James Brindley were again out in force.  Last year, our girls team won this series for the first time in our history and judging by today's performances, they look keen to retain the title.
From the off, Marissa Caldwell (2nd) and Jasmine Wright (3rd) were in the leading trio, well supported by Sophia Roiditis (6th), Kara Pritchard (20th) and Amelia Stringer (11th). Behind the leading pack, a flood of James Brindley runners entered the wood, each engaged in their own private battles. A few of our girls lost shoes in the thick mud before entering the woods, but they all managed to slip them back on and to keep smiling. Emerging from the wood, Bailey-Rae O'Keefe (12th) was carving her way through the field rapidly having made a slow start. Alongside her, Evie Thompson (17th), Imogen Pattison (16th), Erika Fowles (19th), Lilly Mills (22nd) and Hermione Crompton (34th)  were having great runs while debutants Evie Fowler (44th),  Lily Greenhalgh (76th), Isla Stevenson (54th) and Jenny Sneddon (77th) were equally moving very well.


In the boys race, the Greenwood brothers (our equivalent of the Brownlees) ran fantastic races to finish 5th and 7th respectively. Younger brother Josh ran very conservatively before storming his way through the field through the latter half of the race. Harry Bayman ran a typically gutsy race to finish a very good 10th place. Elder statesmen of the cross country scene, Josh Coppock (28th) and Matthew Hughes (33rd) had their best ever finishes, spurred on by the wealth of young talent around them. Debutants Jack Gibson (32nd) and James Hamblett (37th) produced stunning runs against the older boys. Together with Oliver Coppock (38th), Vincenzo Carinci (40th), Zachary Seddon (49th), Riley Callaghan (63rd), Harrison H (65th), Harry Johnson (66th), Oliver Aitken-Doherty (67th)  and James Evans (71st) we have the making of an outstanding junior boys team that will be very hard to beat!

 

A final mention to a number of our children who turned out to compete for school today despite having been poorly earlier in the week. Well done to Lucy Thompson (37th) and Kieran Boulter (61st) on noteworthy runs. Thank, as ever, to our fantastic parents for your support and time too; it is very much appreciated by the children and staff at school.

 

Our next race sees us back at Cleavley track next Saturday (30th September) for round two. As before, we'll meet at 09:30am.  Well done to all our runners today. 

Girls Race

Name

Position

Marissa Caldwell

2

Jasmine Wright

3

Sophia Roiditis

6

Amelia Stringer

11

Bailey-Rae O’Keefe

12

Imogen Pattison

16

Evie Thompson

17

Erika Fowles

19

Kara Pritchard

20

Lilly Mills

22

Khloe Boulter

28

Sophie Potts

30

Caitlin Lyth

31

Hermione Crompton

34

Lucy Thompson

37

Isabelle Gibsosn

42

Gabby Lyth

43

Evie Fowler

44

Izzy Fowler

46

Erin Carinci

48

Libby Cooper

49

Emily Johnson

51

Kamilla Faria-Soares

52

Isla Stevenson

54

Claudia Worrall

55

Vanessa Soares

61

Remmy Barnes-Malone

65

Freya Morris-Lowe

66

Mya Mboge

74

Lily Greenhalgh

76

Jennifer Sneddon

77

Darcey Greenhalgh

78

Harriet Jones

80

Izabell Booth

81

Elizabeth Eden

86

Holly Humphries

87

Courtney Pritchard

88

Boys Race

Name

Position

Matthew Greenwood

5

Josh Greenwood

7

Harry Bayman

10

Tyler Weaver

18

Joshua Coppock

28

Jack Gibson

32

Matthew Hughes

33

James Hamblett

37

Oliver Coppock

38

Vincenzo Carinci

40

Ren Smith

42

Sam Sneddon

45

Zachary Seddon

49

Blake Farrow

53

Kieran Boulter

61

Riley Callaghan

63

Harrison H

65

Harry Johnson

66

Oliver Aitken-Doherty

67

James Evans

71

Girls Race Part 1

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Girls Race Part 2

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Boys Race Part 1

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Boys Race Part 2

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