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27th June 2019

Preston City Athletics 2019

Over 50 pupils took part in the Preston City Athletics Championships held at UCLan Sports Arena on Tuesday 25th July. Each one of the ten schools in Preston enters four teams: U13 Girls and U13 Boys; U15 Girls and U15 Boys. Each athlete selected is only permitted to compete in one event (track or field) plus a relay, if selected. All the scores are collated throughout the day with 1st place in any event earning 10 points for their school; 10th place earning 1 point. At the end of the competition, all schools are then ranked based on their points total.






There were a number of outstanding individual performances from our students. Please see below for a brief summary from each team:

U15 BoysU15 Girls
James Lupton - Discus - 1st place
Tom Durney - 1500m- 1st place
Harvey Moulding-Lee - 300m- 1st place
Harvey Joliffe - Javelin- 2nd place
Emily Mayson - 800m- 1st place
Ella Newton - 1500m- 2nd place
Janna Ellbbany - Discus- 1st place
Emma Clayton - 100m- 3rd place

U13 BoysU13 Girls
Jacob Beardsworth - Long jump- 2nd place
Luke Courtney - Triple jump- 3rd place
Tiarnan Hayes - Hurdles - 1st place
Boys relay team - 2nd place (double points)
Amelia Crossley - Long jump- 1st place
Angel Ojumobi - Discus- 1st place
Anna Thompson - 1500m- 2nd place
Girls relay team - 4th place (double points)


Final results

The U13 Girls achieved a total of 84 points finishing in 3rd position. The U15 Girls achieved a total of 78 points finishing in 5th position. The two results combined gave the OLCHS Girls a total of 162 points finishing 4th overall.

The U13 Boys achieved a total of 104 points finishing in 2nd position. The U15 Birls achieved a total of 94 points finishing in 3rd position. The two results combined gave the OLCHS Boys a total of 198 points finishing 3rd overall.

Consequently, OLCHS Athletics team earned a total of 360 points throughout the day finishing in 3rd place overall. A huge congratulations to all the competitors that took part. Not only did our students give their all when competing but they also cheered on their peers with pride; they were a credit to Our School.