Records Tumble on the Track

Last Saturday was the School’s traditional ‘Home’ meet at the K2 stadium in Crawley. Seven Schools compete in an afternoon of athletics…

Last Saturday was the School’s traditional ‘Home’ meet at the K2 stadium in Crawley. Seven Schools compete in an afternoon of athletics whichSeb Leman involves 50 staff and over 450 athletes.

The 4 x 400m U17 eleven year School record was broken with Niall Richardson, Harry Manning, James McCormack and Rafe Scott running a time of 3min 37 seconds.

Harry Binnion also broke the 17 year old record in the U19 110m hurdles by running 14.30sec.

Cranleigh senior boys came 2nd by one single point but the inters remain unbeaten. This has meant that they go into the final weekend with a perfect six meets and six victories.  Cranleigh senior girls also won their age group and have now won two in a row.

Dotun and Rafegirls 4x100m

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