Youth Games: Havering girls get cross-country medals
PUBLISHED: 10:00 23 November 2018
Havering’s girls won gold, silver and bronze medals at the 2019 London Youth Games cross-country event at Parliament Hill on Saturday.
The under-13s saw Stephanie Okoro finish third ahead of Ruby Naughton (fifth), Tilly Canty (sixth) and Freya Long (eight) to claim gold.
And the under-15s added silver as Abi Ives came home first, ahead of Natalie Sewell (fifth) and Alice Atkins (31st).
The under-17 girls were 16th and the under-11s were 23rd, which meant Havering won bronze in the overall standings.
The boys were ninth overall, after Alex Ford finished in fifth place for the under-15s, who were eighth, and Alex Friend (14th) led the under-17s to fifth.
The under-13s were ninth and the under-11s 12th.
Other results, under-11 girls: 36 Rosie Warner, 119 Paige Lawman, 142 Klaryce Titre, 158 Poppy Holman; under-13: 31 Ruby Tillson, 36 Charlotte Evans, 43 Hannah Evans, 71 Lucy Bacon, 91 Gabrielle Purdie, 218 Anna-Lucia Fenner; under-15: 46 Chloe Trew, 48 Holly Bradley, 52 Jessica Wright, 69 Isobelle O’Connor, 112 Annie Grannell, 117 Ella Burgess, 168 Rebecca O’Rourke; under-17: 38 Emily Dixon, 62 Amy Kilner; under-11 boys: 26 Ben Thorogood, 48 Teddy Hogger, 51 Aaron Hick, 115 Kaesidoya Okoro, 122 Vinnie Kidner, 132 Oscar Ford; under-13: 31 Henry Sutherland, 34 Harry Lewis, 38 Frank Lewis, 39 Toby Johnson, 64 Noel Moore, 87 Joseph Grange, 89 Sebastien Alexandru; under-15: 49 Daniel Edwards, 60 Oliver Allen, 92 Matthew Hick, 100 Matthew Bacon, 118 Bradley Duke, 121 Timi McDaniel, 158 Alexander Kerr; under-17: 19 George Barnacle, 46 Josh McGill, 52 George Hill, 73 Oliver Woods, 84 Daniel McGill, 94 Luke Chester.
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