St Mary’s girls turn on speed to win bronze State Primary Track and Field Championships
‘ In a dominant performance by the front two runners, Bentley missed the second. ’ gold by 0.1 of a
THE team of Lily Marsh, Rosy Marsh, Charlotte Prosser and Holly Chadwick have led St Mary’s to a third place finish in the under 12/13 4x100m relay.
In their third appearance in the race, the team finished with their best ever result of third of the 16 competing schools.
Qualifying with a time of 57.18, the girls advanced to the final where they recorded a time of 56.64 to claim third spot. Results St Mary’s 12-13G Long Jump — 3rd: Ruby McGlone (4.45m).
12-13G Triple Jump — 12th: Rosy Marsh (8.95m), 15th: Lily Marsh (8.78m). 9-10B 1500m — 12th: Cody Walker (5:35.62) 11B 1500m — 8th: Ky Henson (5:24.31) 9-10B Long Jump — 13th: Elijah Swiggs (3.63m)
9-10B Shot Put — 14th: Elijah Swiggs (7.42m). Echuca Primary 208 9-10G 800m — 9th: Ruby Morley (2:50.84) 9-10G 80m Hurdles, Heat 2 — 6th: Ruby Morley (16.23)
12-13G 80m Hurdles, Heat 1 — 9th: Alexis Gregor (15.75)
11G High Jump — 2nd: Chase Day (1.49m)
9-10G Triple Jump — 12th: Maria Allan (7.70m) 9-10B 200m — 5th: Angus Watson (33.39) 9-10B 800m — 15th: Angus Watson (2:49.56) Echuca East 11G 80m Hurdles, Heat 1 — 7th: Isabelle Vanderpol (914.83) Twin Rivers 11G 4x100m relay, Heat 1 — 8th (1:03.18) 11B High Jump — 15th: Charlie Mundie (1.20m)
Secondary school results
JAMES Bentley’s recent performance at the School Sports Victoria Secondary Track and Field Championships saw him compete in a second event, as well as the 400m published in Friday’s Riv.
Bentley also competed in the under 14s 800m, where he claimed silver.
In a dominant performance by the front two runners, Bentley missed the gold by 0.1 of a second in an incredibly tight race.
NET GAINS: Young tennis star Isabella Crossman. Photo:
LIFE IN THE FAST LANE: Rosy Marsh, Charlotte Prosser, Holly Chadwick and Lily Marsh with their bronze medals.