Ajax en­joys sweet vic­tory

Central and North Burnett Times - - SPORT -

BIGGENDEN State School’s interhouse ath­let­ics car­ni­val last Thurs­day was won by Ajax 1100 to Milo’s 929.

On the day seven records were ei­ther bro­ken or equalled.

NethuliWeera­sooriya equalled the 1.49m five years girls long jump.

Se­bas­tian Vea Vea broke the five year boys bocce ball record by .01m with his throw of 4.31m

Ti­mothy Geissler in the 400m ran 1m12.51s to smash the pre­vi­ous time of 1m24.45s.

Ry­ley Gibbs in the nine year boys 800m ran 3m27.89s to break the time of 3m35.44s.

Ab­bie Gar­rigon in the 11 years girls shot put only just broke the pre­vi­ous record of 7m14m by .01m

Lu­cas McAskill in the 15 years dis­cus broke the dis­cus record of 38.31m with his throw of 38.64m.

The Ajax team in the 13-17 years mixed re­lay ran 57.52s to break the pre­vi­ous time of 59.88s.

PHOTOS: CON­TRIB­UTED

WE ARE THE CHAMPS: Biggenden State School age cham­pi­ons from Thurs­day’s interhouse ath­let­ics car­ni­val.

Record break­ers, Ab­bie Gar­rigon, Ti­mothy Geissler, Ryler Gibbs and Lu­cas McAskill.

Ajax house cap­tains Ni­cholas Bos­ton and Ju­lian Lei­tus were all smiles to be named cham­pion team.

Aged five years to eight years age cham­pi­ons at the Biggenden interhouse car­ni­val.

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