Athletics: North Somerset cross-country youngsters impress

PUBLISHED: 13:00 19 November 2019

North Somerset's under-17 boys at Pembrey Park

North Somerset's under-17 boys at Pembrey Park

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North Somerset AC youngsters were out in force at round two of the Gwent Cross-Country League at Pembrey Park, near Llanelli.

Heidi M was 10th for the under-11 girls, with Gabrielle S 61st in a 100-plus field.

And Elijah LH led the boys home in 17th, as Euan M (36), Alfie F 957), William TJ (67), Somerset H (63) and Louis C (92) completed the scoring.

Millie R was a fantastic third for the under-13 girls, supported by Lyla B, Harriet B and Emily F, as Herbie C led the boys home in a best-ever third of his own.

Elliot J and Benjamin C were sixth and seventh, with Joel M 16th in a superb team display.

Patrick H (20), Jacob F (28), Jude W (29), Joseph S (52) and Zeki H (61) also competed.

Keira D was seventh for the under-15 girls after an intelligent race, with Olivia M, Mary H, Hannah S and Hanna W also scoring.

And Louie B led the boys home in eighth, as Samuel H and Ollie C were ninth and 12th and Oliver A (26) also scored.

Ben M (39), Stan H (41), Alex B (45), Joseph P (62) and Kyle B (64) were also in action.

Holly A led the under-17 girls home in 28th after a sprint finish with Stephanie B, as Victoria P completed the team.

And the club had 12 runners in the combined under-17/under-20 boys race with Alfie H (sixth), Sam G (ninth) and Benjamin Hamblin (10th) impressing.

Will C (29), Will S (31) and Max D completed the under-17 team scoring, with Jamie VDV (45), Harry S (48), Callum D (54), Flynn P (57), Alistair S (59) and Alex C (62) also in action.

The next round is at Blaise Castle in Bristol on December 7.

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