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Athletics Report                    17

well in 14th (11th overall),    stand in for Niamh Bridson      had the Radus sisters making
Charlie Andrews 17th (13th      Hubbard as team captain         their club debut yesterday
overall), Ben Gardiner 22nd     and took the role seriously     with Lia 13th in the U15 race
(15th overall) and Keir         walking the course with the     and younger sister Maayan a
Lundy 26th (16th overall).      young athletes and collecting   great 8th in the U13 girls race.
Lewis Stickings looked good     kit from the girls before each
crossing the line in 32nd as    race. Well done Millie.         This week’s team manager
did Matthew Pond in 36th.                                       award for the girls goes to
Cameron Swatton was 37th        The team finished second        Lily Tappenden who had her
and 19th individually overall   overall.                        best Kent League finish of
and smiling Seb Large was                                       the season, improving by 6
41st (28th overall). Callum     Marco Arcuri led the U17 BB     places on her previous best.
Myatt was on for a great        boys home in 12th and was
performance and would have      rewarded for his consistency    The boys’ team manager
finished high up the table but  with a third place individual   award goes to Charles Winton
unfortunately had to pull out   plaque. Team captain Marco      for his best ever Kent League
half way through the race.      had worked tirelessly all       finish and for the way he ran
                                morning walking the course      his race, determined to run
Similar to the U13 boys, their  several times, carrying out     well from the start.
performances gave them a        team management roles for
second team position behind     both boys and girls teams       A great Kent league
a strong Tonbridge team.        in the finishing funnel and     concluded now leads us into
                                even helped with first aid      Championship season with
Stephanie Taylor lead the U15   when called upon, so we         the Kents, South of England
girls home in a strong 8th      can forgive him for leaving     and Nationals (amongst other
place with Lily Tappenden       just before his presentation    events) to look forward to.
just behind in a great 10th     and thank coach Mick Jones
giving her a fine 8th place     for collecting his plaque in                        Paul Austridge
individually, Grace Scopes      his absence! Charlie Davis
was 12th and her great          stormed back to form with
season gave her a 4th place     a great 17th place finish.
overall just missing out on     Lewis Mills 20th place left
an individual plaque. Isabelle  him with a great 5th overall.
Bridge and Zoe Austridge        Oscar Hussey was 22nd
had their best and highest      (13th overall) and Frankie
positions of the season and     Scrivener 26th (16th overall).
having done all four finished
well up the league table.       The team only managed a
Isabelle’s 22nd left her 14th   fourth place finish on the day
overall and Zoe’s 23rd place    but ended the season in third.
saw her finish 16th overall.
Millie Smith was unable to      In the U15 girls race Yasmin
compete due to recent illness   Marghini was 9th and Sophie
but was well enough to          Hoare was 12th and Kelsi
                                Cornish was 36th. We also
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