Long Stratton Cluster X-Country Competition

On Tuesday 17th October 6 primary schools from within the Long Stratton Cluster took part in our cluster Cross Country competition which was held on the fields at Long Stratton High School.   Almost 280 primary school children from Years 3, 4, 5 and 6 raced around the fields, some striving for a top 10 finish whilst others bravely fought their own personal battles and simply wanted to complete the course.   All were an inspiration.

Leaders from Long Stratton HS were superb as marshals, hares and collating results and were ably assisted by Year 6 Sports Leaders from St Mary's Junior Academy. 

There were some incredibly close races and some a little more one-sided with some real stars of the future emerging.   The first 10 finishers from each race will now progress to represent the Lomg Stratton cluster at the South Norfolk SSP finals on Thursday 2nd November at Fritton Lake Outdoor Centre.  

Many thanks go to all who came along to support but especially to Long Stratton High School, Long Stratton Leisure Centre and St Mary's Junior for all their help in staging this competition.

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