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FINALLY, Quad Kids is beaten by team effort!

After 5 years of trying - the weather gods, the Sports Leaders from MHA and the Harlow Primary School Staff combined strengths to defeat the elusive Quad Kids ‘Beast’. A superb day saw in excess of 320 pupils descend upon Mark Hall Athletics track for the annual Quad Kids Athletics event. A new plan of action and greate preparation ensured that the event was not only completed by all athletes but in record time – with all schools finishing well ahead of the scheduled timings!

 

Both events (a morning for the Years 3 and 4 and the afternoon for the Years 5 and 6) were really well attended. The athletes produced some amazing performances given the fluctuating but warm conditions rain as they took part in a sprint (50m or 75m), standing long jump, a howler throw and a long distance run (400m or 600m).

 

School Partnership Manager, David Stacey was delighted with the fantastic support of all the school staff, who enabled the children to compete in the 4 disciplines in record time. Scores have been sent to all the participating schools with the top three individuals (boys and girls) and team scores from each event below:

 

Years 3 and 4 – Team Scores

Saint Nicholas – 1,183

Church Langley Black – 1,162

Newhall Primary – 1,062

Purford Green – 1,044

Church Langley Gold – 1,017

Little Parndon Red – 1,010

Harlowbury – 1,006

Pemberley – 981

Little Parndon White - 910

Hare Street 2 – 892

Newhall Primary 2 – 844

Hare Street – 822

Purford Green 2 – 788

Potter Street – 769

Longwood - 749

The Downs – 735

Tanys Dell – 732

Nazeing – 726

Nazeing 2 - 711

Milwards – 699

Water Lane - 522

 

Years 3 and 4 – Top 3 Individual Athletes

Boys

1.     Marcus – Purford Green

2.     Roman – Little Parndon White

3.     Bennlee - Pemberley

 

Girls

1.      Nola – St Nicholas

2.      Betty – Church Langley Black

3.      Rosie – Purford Green

 

 

Years 5 and 6 – Team Scores

Little Parndon White - 1385

Church Langley Black - 1327

Saint Nicholas – 1245

Hare Street – 1198

Little Parndon Red – 1185

Church Langley Gold – 1123

Pemberley – 1079

Longwood - 1033

Longwood 2 - 1011

St Lukes – 987

Tanys Dell – 900

Hare Street 2 – 897

Newhall Primary 2 – 854

Newhall Primary – 746

Nazeing – 731

St Albans – 726

Tanys Dell 2 – 703

Milwards – 621

St Albans 2 - 597

Nazeing 2 - 573

 

Years 5 and 6 – Top 3 Individual Athletes

Boys

1.     Crewe – Little Parndon Red

2.     Nathan – Little Parndon White

3.     Jayden - Pemberley

 

Girls

1.      1. Amelia – St Nicholas

2.      2. Elizabeth – Little Parndon White

3.      3. Skyla – Little Parndon Red

Years 5 and 6 – Top 3 Individual Athletes

Boys

1.     Crewe – Little Parndon Red

2.     Nathan – Little Parndon White

3.     Jayden - Pemberley

 

Girls

1.      Amelia – St Nicholas

2.      Elizabeth – Little Parndon White

3.      Skyla – Little Parndon Red

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