Youth Sport: Herts Phoenix youngsters shine at sportshall athletics event

PUBLISHED: 13:00 11 April 2018

Herts Phoenix youngsters at the regional sportshall athletics final

Herts Phoenix youngsters at the regional sportshall athletics final


Herts Phoenix youngsters impressed at the Regional sportshall athletics finals against county teams from Beds, Cambs, Essex, Norfolk and Suffolk.

The Phoenix girls won the six-lap paarlauf, Grand Prix and balance test, while taking second in the speed bounce.

And third places in the relays, javelin, standing triple jump and target throw saw them finish third overall.

The Phoenix boys were second to Norfolk, after winning the obstacle relay, Grand Prix, standing triple jump, javelin, target throw and vertical jump.

They were also second in three other relay races.

An inexperienced Pegasus girls team won the target throw and balance test to finish sixth overall, while the Pegasus boys were also sixth.

Phoenix girls: D’arcy Wright, Catie Reid, Zoe Demetriou, Ameilie Frizelle, Freya Brown, Isabella Stewart, Sofia Forryan, Evie Wake, Amelie Tongue, Nessa Critchely, Imogen List, Grace Wake; boys: Reuben White, Casey Hawtin, Toby Cracknell, Joshua Urquhart-Deane, Troy Sullivan, Cameron Bellingham, Beeshman Ramraj, Joseph Stewart, Samuel Zapico, Edward Richardson, Sebbie Lees, Toyosi Siwoku.

Pegasus girls: Katie Broom, Isabelle Taylor, Mary Barratt, Annabel Grainger, Ella Little, Zara Bell, sophie Wilson, Ella Chandler, Caitlin Fisher, Daisy Murdoch, Willow Thomas, Molly Gray, Freya Lane; boys: Sam Jeffrey, Oscar Drake, Jack Sayer, Callum Wright, Oliver Randall, Josh Jeffrey, Sammy Lee-Critchlow, Max Berryman, Max Cracknell, Myles Presence, Mateo Viudez-Calzada.

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