Ajax enjoys sweet victory
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.
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.