Cross country relay event held at Clevedon

PUBLISHED: 17:29 28 November 2017 | UPDATED: 17:29 28 November 2017

Unicorns cross country team.

Unicorns cross country team.

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More than 70 competitors took part in this year’s North Somerset Athletic Club’s cross country relay event.

A beautiful crisp winter morning met the runners for this year’s cross country relay event at Clevedon School.

There were more than 70 competitors, three races, medals, trophies and great support from all spectators allowed the event to remain what it was set up for in 2005, an enjoyable introduction to cross country.

A massive thank you goes to the volunteers, without who the event cannot go ahead.

Also, thanks go to Brackenwood Garden Centre, The Club@Cadbury House, Peak Promotions and Children’s Hospice South West for providing goodie bags to hand to fastest leg runners, fancy dress team (Unstoppable Unicorns) and wackiest team name (One Man Down)

Winners – Year 2-4 girls (4x700m): The Unstoppable Unicorns 13.44 mins (Sophie Milner, Poppy Nolan, Anais Dorrington and Amelie Dorrington); fastest leg runner: Amelie Dorrington 3.11.

Year 2-4 boy’s/mixed (4x700m): Super Heroes 12.54 (Reuben Ballentine, Sam Booth, Caiden Wallace and Alex Liddell); fastest leg runner: Alex Liddell 2.54.

Year 5-6 girls (4x1000m): The Things 18.06 (Isobel Blackhurst, Darcy Purnell, Millie Royce and Millie Redman); fastest leg runner: Millie Redman 4.06.

Year 5-6 boys/mixed (4x1000m): Dabbers 17.21 (Conor Hewitt, Zach Cunningham, Caden Best and Elliot Jeston); fastest leg runner: Elliot Jeston 4.00.

Year 7-8 girls (4x1400m): Bah Humbugs 24.57 (Abi Taylor, Tilly Ballentine, Victoria Pearson and Grace Metcalfe); fastest leg runner: Abi Taylor 5.55.

Year 7-8 boys/mixed (4x1400m): The Mo Farahs 21.58 (Charles Broadhurst, Reuben Dean, Louie Brunsdon and Will Maine); fastest leg runner: Will Maine 5.23.

For more information on joining North Somerset Athletic Club, please email contact@nsac.org.uk and/or visit www.nsac.org.uk

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