The final results of Sports Day were announced in assembly this morning with medal and trophy winners presented with the rewards for their endeavours on the 'track' and in the 'field'. By all accounts this was an exceptional year for school athletics with our students achieving success at Board (NEELB), regional and UK levels.
It was also an exceptional year in terms of long-standing school records being broken. Curtis Henry (Year 8) broke both the 100M and Long-jump record, set in 1994 and 1987 respectively. Mark Larmour also broke the 100M, 200M, 400M, Long Jump and Triple Jump records. (Link to school atheltics records page to follow).
At each level our young athletes have shown both gritty determination and outstanding ability in representing their school. The school is very proud of their achievements and our school "Sports Day" provides an opportunity for these students to gain some recognition on 'home turf'.
Trophies were awarded to the best student, boy and girl, in each year group as follows
Curtis Henry (1st Runner-up- Robert McLean, 2nd Runner-up- Samuel Rowe)
(Photo to follow)
Mark Larmour (1st runner-up- Jordan Holmes, 2nd Runner-up- Kyle Ritchie)