In­ter-house ath­let­ics at Biggen­den

Central and North Burnett Times - - SPORT - Erica Murree

ATHELTICS: After two days of com­pe­ti­tion only seven points separated Milo and Ajax in the Biggen­den State School In­ter-house ath­let­ics car­ni­val last week.

Milo proved vic­tors with 1066 points over Ajax on 1059.

Seven records were bro­ken or equalled on the day with Lu­cas McAskill smash­ing Brett Brooks’ 2002 16 years boys shot­put record of 8.60m with a throw of 10.75m

Two other shot­put records were bro­ken, with Ivan Wykes in 10 years boys break­ing Jaiden Nairn’s 2013 record of 6.82m with his throw of 7.29m.

In 16 years girls Ni­waa Patrick broke Jes­sica Clark’s 2013 record of 6.44m with her put of 6.99.

In the 400m Ni­waa took al­most three sec­onds off Leteysha Ran­dall’s 1999 record with her run of 1m 26.28s.

Chloe Brown in five years girls high jump equalled Emily Pakin­son’s 2014 record of 56cm.

In the same age group, Lilli Ran­dall broke the 1.49m long jump record set by S Treloar (2013) and N Weera­sooriya (2016) with her leap of 1.6m.

Charli Fuller in seven

years girls bocce added a fur­ther 50cm on Kaylee Gar­rigon’s 2010 record with a throw of 6.39m.

Com­pe­ti­tion was so hotly con­tested dur­ing the car­ni­val when it came to the 14 years girls age cham­pion there was only point in it.


WIN­NERS ARE GRIN­NERS: Biggen­den State School age cham­pi­ons from their in­ter-house ath­let­ics car­ni­val held last week.

Brit­tany Brookes, Ti­mothy Geissler and Matthew Wors­ley.

Milo sports cap­tains Ab­bie Gar­ri­gan and Lu­cas McAskill.

Sharna Wil­liams and De­moya Barkle dressed up for Ajax.

Record break­ers Ni­waa Patrick, Ivan Wykes and Lu­cas McAskill.

Neil Bryant, Ta­mara kell and Tom Hellm­richt got into the spirit.

Off and run­ning in one of the re­lays at the Biggen­den State School in­ter-house ath­let­ics car­ni­val.

Ac­tion from the Biggen­den State School in­ter-house car­ni­val.

Charli Fuller, Lil­lie Ran­dall and Chloe Brown broke records.

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