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Schools in cross-country

PUBLISHED: 15:28 04 December 2008 | UPDATED: 12:27 03 July 2010

Cross-country winners Dean Pretlove (Oriel), Ben Church (Flegg) and Josh Page (Acle).

Cross-country winners Dean Pretlove (Oriel), Ben Church (Flegg) and Josh Page (Acle).

The final round of the Great Yarmouth Schools Cross Country League was run on Gorleston beach and cliff tops on Monday

Again this event was well supported, as in the previous four rounds with over 120 runners taking part.

The final round of the Great Yarmouth Schools Cross Country League was run on Gorleston beach and cliff tops on Monday

Again this event was well supported, as in the previous four rounds with over 120 runners taking part. This series of five cross country races throughout November and December is organised by Great Yarmouth Borough Council's Sports Development Service, East Norfolk School Sport Partnership and Great Yarmouth Athletic Club.

In each round runners can amass points towards an overall score and the runner with the best four results from five races is deemed the winner in their age group.

Results. Year Seven Boys: Equal 1 Daniel Harrison (Lynn Grove) 320, Robbie Sweeney (Caister High) 320, 3 Josh Popay (Caister High) 316.

Year Seven Girls: 1 Nicky Shreeve (Lynn Grove) 369, 2 Megan Wilson (Acle) 367, 3 Kayleigh O'Grady (Flegg) 355.

Year Eight Boys: 1 Henry White (Flegg) 388, 2 Keelan Pywell (GY HS) 380, 3 Harry Norman (Lynn Grove) 374.

Year Eight Girls: 1 Catherine Lee (Cliff Park) 396, 2 Kayleigh Applegate (Lynn Grove) 388, 3 Kelly Pywell (GYHS) 387.

Year Nine Boys: 1 Curtis Macleod (Oriel) 363, 2 Olly Burt (Cliff Park) 358, 3 Shaun Macleod (Oriel) 341.

Year Nine Girls: 1 Frankie Turner (Cliff Park) 395, 2 Jessica Futter (Acle) 373, 3 Shanice Allen (Lynn Grove) 360.

Year 10 Boys: 1 Ben Church (Flegg) 400, 2 Dean Pretlove (Oriel) 396, 3 Josh Page (Acle) 394.

Year 10 Girls: 1 Charlotte Eastwood (Cliff Park) 400, 2 Zoe Hutson (Flegg) 377, 3 Ellie Blaxell (Cliff Park) 353.


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