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House Cross Country

The annual House Cross Country was fiercely contested this year, with battles for the top places.
27 Oct 2023
Written by Rebecca Roberts
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Thanks to former parent Malcolm Couzens for capturing the event.
Thanks to former parent Malcolm Couzens for capturing the event.

This year's event managed to largely dodge the showers after the first attempt was postponed due to the weather. The students were primed and raring to go and it was obvious that most were putting in their maximum effort to do the best they could for their house.

The rankings ended up being extremley close this year. Webb came first overall, but Sa'adu came a very close second, outperforming Webb in both the Junior and Middle categories. This was the first year that Sa'adu had students in every year group, so they were feeling very proud of their second place.

You can see full results and rankings on our main website here.

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