17th March 2017
X - COUNTRY FINAL
15th March 2017
Well we have finally made it to the end of the Keskowethyans X-Country League. It has been a long, yet super season. Amazing attitudes, sensational sportsmanship and desperate determination have been displayed over the 5 events. It was great to see 27 runners at St. Keverne!
Special thanks to the parents, who have marshalled, collected scores, transported and cheered the children on to make the league a success.
Congratulations to all of the children who have taken part.
Overall 18 were achieved for those children participating in 4 or more runs.
Year Group Winners:
Year 3 Lilly (Grade Ruan) & Andreas (Grade Ruan)
Year 4 Merry (St Keverne) & William ( Coverack)
Year 5 Richard (Grade Ruan) & Thalia (Grade Ruan)
Year 6 Lily (Coverack) & Henry (Coverack)
Congratulations to Merry and Lily who gained the maximum 400 points across 4 races.
Grade Ruan Most points
Coverack Most weighted points (takes into account number of pupils at school)
Well done everyone. Hope you had fun!
We would like to say a massive thank you to Mrs.Brown for organising this for us all we have had an amazing time and we are super proud of our children well done all.
An excellent display of both skill and sportsmanship from all the teams. Many other schools were commenting on the fantastic attitude of our players, lending kit without question and also helping out other teams.
We are now attending the Cluster event which was due to take place at Mullion on Wednesday 1st March however was postponed due to the weather—we will let you know when we have a new date.
X-COUNTRY AT GRADE-RUAN
21st February 2017
What a miserable day it was for our 4th X-country, but it was fantastic to see so many of you turn up to run! We started off with a Key Stage 1 fun run. The children did so well with lots of support from the older children and adults.
24 Key stage 2 pupils took part in the Keskowethyans league. The support and encouragement was a real pleasure to see. A huge thank you to the parents for your wonderful marshalling skills and to Louise for being a super photographer and guarding the muddy patch!
Many children will receive endurance medals for completing 4 or more races. Other medals will also be given to Year group winners!
At the moment, Grade Ruan is leading the way for most points and Coverack is leading the weighted table, which takes the school numbers into account. Your schools have detailed results from all races.
Look forward to seeing you for our FINAL race on Tuesday 14th March at St. Keverne football field next to the school. Many thanks, Lorraine Brown
A massive well done to Rose, Lilly, Bella, Bethany, Jamie, Ashton, Andreas, Lucas, Thalia, Ellen, Lowan, Joe & Richard for continuing to represent Grade-Ruan brilliantly and running so well.
A big well done to Thomas, Isla, David, Joe, Billy and Elliot for taking part in the KS1 fun run, it was lovely to see so many of you there and all having such a good time.
At the moment, Grade Ruan is leading the way for most points so well done to all, let’s keep up the good work and hopefully see lots of you at the final session on the 14th March at St.Keverne— see you all there!!!
15th November 2016
We attended the second race at Coverack School - everyone competed so well and did us proud. Please see the results below.
Year 5/6 Boys
Year 3/4 Girls
Year 3/4 Boys
Well done to all of you fantastic results. Awards will be given out in Assembly.
X-country at St.Martin
27th September 2016
A massive well done to all our children who took part, some fantastic results from all.
Year 5/6 Girls
Year 5/6 Boys
Year 3/4 Girls
Year 3/4 Boys
Well done to all of you fantastic results
A note from Mrs Brown
What a fantastic first race we had in our X-country season.
Congratulations to all of the children who took part in the first Keskowethians X-Country event at St. Martin.
It was lovely to see so many of you compete for your school.
Thank you to all of the parents and staff who transported children to this event and who kindly helped with marshalling. A special thank you to Lois and Maisie who did a wonderful job!