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Ben Gardiner had another          9th, Oscar Hussey was a great    for her consistently high
difficult day this time           17th, Frankie Scrivener was      standard season with a bronze
losing his spike early on but     27th and having done all         glass plaque for her overall
persevered (one footed) to        four races saw him well up       individual standing, coming
finish 28th, still a respectable  the individual league in 17th    third.
result. As with the U13 girls     place. Callum Myatt finished
the boys’ efforts were enough     well in 30th followed closely    The U17 boys had four
to comfortably take the team      by George Pope in 32nd.          toeing the line for their
title having convincingly won     George having done all four      race and James Crawley was
all four fixtures.                ended the season a great         first home in 15th. James,
                                  13th place in the individual     having competed in all four
The U15 girls only had four       league. Charlie Andrews had      fixtures finished well up the
athletes running but were still   a fine 34th finish with Charlie  individual league in a great
able to maintain their 100%       Scrivener just behind in 36th.   12th place. Great to see Bertie
record to retain the team         Charlie Scrivener ended the      Harrington getting involved
trophy. Yasmin Austridge was      season well up the individual    in the action crossing the line
a great second to Tonbridge’s     league in 24th. Lewis Warren     in 16th and Will Pope, despite
Kathleen Faes (winner of          completed the BBHAC              stomach cramp, finishing
all four fixtures) Yasmin’s       contingent in 40th.              18th. Great also to see Scott
highest finish, also winning                                       Bulmer back racing for the
her the silver glass plaque in    The U17 girls only fielded       club was 19th. The boys’
the overall individual league.    three girls but they all ran     efforts gave them 3rd place
Millie Smith continued her        superbly to help them retain     on the day and third overall
fine consistent season with a     the team trophy. Kelsey Fuss,    for the year but finishing
great 4th place on the day and    having recently missed a         with the same points as
fantastic to see her winning      month of running ran strongly    second placed Medway and
the bronze glass plaque in        to finish second. Add this       Maidstone AC.
the overall individual league.    to her two other 1st and 3rd
Genny Allen had a strong          finishes, saw her convincingly   The managers’ awards this
run finishing 5th and Amy         win the overall individual       week go to Mary Guy for her
Leach, having her best run of     league title, picking up a       highest place ever in a cross
the season in 12th, also finish   lovely glass plaque. Mary Guy    country race and to Coleman
high up in the overall league     was second home for the club     Corry for his great run at the
with a 10th place finish. Great   and produced her best run        front of the U15 boys’ race.
strength and depth from the       of the season and her highest
U15 girls.                        league finish with a fantastic                       Paul Austridge
                                  6th place. Her consistency
Good numbers from the U15         this season saw her finish the
boys saw them secure fourth       season in a brilliant 5th on
place on the day but third        the individual league table.
team overall for the season.      Charlotte Rhule also had a
Coleman Corry back to his         strong run and finished 9th
fine form finished a strong       on the day and was rewarded
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