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‘Working together to fulfil potential’

Race 2- Saturday 01 October 2016

The second round of the Salford METS XC Series was held in beautiful autumnal sunshine today. Once again we'd a very large team representing school who performed very well indeed with another handful of children making their season debut.

 

At the front of the girl's race, Millie Bayman was a comfortable winner, looking in control for the entire duration. Behind her, Marissa Caldwell and Jasmine Wright were locked in battle with a large group of girls for places in the top 8. Shortly after, the masses of James Brindley girls came flooding through, all engaged in their personal battles, many with smiles upon their faces. A particular mention is needed for our younger runners, many of them giving away up to 4 years on their rivals. Scarlett Aylett was very unfortunate to be badly spiked at the end of the opening straight but battled around with a badly cut heel and a shoe half on and half off. She didn't hesitate for a second, however, and showed fantastic courage and resilience to finish strongly. Like many of her peers, she exemplified the fighting spirit we hope our runners show. Well done to all the girls.

 

In the boys race, we had our strongest team out for quite some time. Joseph Stringer had a storming finish to claim 12th place just ahead of the talented Matthew Greenwood and Harry Bayman. Young Jake Royle showed typical assurance in carving his way through the field for yet another top 20 finish. Like his older brother, he will no doubt challenge for medals within his own age category in years to come. Our remaining boys battled well, many in private duels all the way to the line. Congratulations and thank you to each and every one of them for their excellent efforts. 

 

As ever, a big thank you on behalf of school to all our competitors and to their families for the magnificent support! We couldn't do it without you.

 

Our full results can be found below. Videos and photographs of each race can be found by scrolling down. Thank you to Mr Lyth for help with filming.

 

With one final race of this series to go, our girls team are in 1st place with our boys team in 3rd place.
Millie Bayman is also in 1st place in the individual girls competition. 

Positions are very close however and we need as many runners as we can for the finale on Saturday 08 October 2016.

 

Girls

Name

Position

Millie Bayman

1

Marissa Caldwell

5

Jasmine Wright

6

Khizzie Crompton

20

Sophia Roiditis

21

Alicia Gillon

22

Amelia Stringer

23

Maisie Jeffries

24

Bailey-Rae O’Keefe

27

Fern Rothwell

30

Khloe Boulter

32

Erika Fowles

34

Evie Thompson

36

Grace Aylett

40

Emily Johnson

42

Caitlin Lyth

43

Erin Carinci

47

Gabby Lyth

48

Imogen Pattison

49

Kamilla Faria-Soares

54

Lucy Thompson

57

Annabel Pattison

61

Sadie Shaw

63

Rebecca Hardwick

64

Remmy Barnes-Malone

65

Francesca Woodward

69

Freya Morris-Lowe

75

Heidi Stevens

76

Izabell Booth

78

Claudia Worrall

80

Heidi Patton

84

Scarlett Aylett

85

Alexandra Bridgford

86

Darcey Greenhalgh

88

Holly Humphries

89

Boys

Name

Position

Joseph Stringer

12

Matthew Greenwood

13

Harry Bayman

16

Jake Royle

19

Tyler Weaver

29

Connor Butler

33

Carter Graham

39

Ren Smith

44

Kieran Boulter

45

Joe Ford

50

Louie Pearson

52

Joshua Coppock

53

Matthew Hughes

55

Matthew Thomas

56

Boys Race

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Girls Race- Part 1

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Girls Race- Part 2

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Girls Race- Part 3

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Girls Race - Part 4

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