On a cold and icy morning, the cross country team set out for Palace Stable, Armagh. They were hoping to build on the success already achieved in previous races. On arrival it was clear that this was not going to be an easy race. The track was more mud than grass which they knew would make things very tricky.
The girls were up first, they all ran as hard as they could with Allana even losing her shoe to the mud! They all finished and were happy with their performance on an incredible tough course.
Next up, the boys. All warmed up and ready to go the boys were confident, especially after previous races. Away they went, the course made even more difficult after the four previous races. All the boys braved the conditions and like the girls ran their hardest! The boys finished with a first place (Oscar Eakin), second place (Josh Osborne) and fifth place (Danny Guy)!
Well done to all the runners who ran their hearts out for the school! Photos will follow soon!!
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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