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Secondary Sports Day 2019

Rain does not stop play.

 

Moffat Academy held their annual athletics events on the school playing fields on a wet but warm day.  Throughout the year pupils from all year groups have been honing the skills to qualify for this prestigious school event.

 

All athletes demonstrated an excellent positive attitude and did not let the rain spoil the day.  Although the conditions under foot were not ideal, the pupils still managed a high level of performance to break nine school records.

 

Due to feedback from parents and pupils from previous years we arranged for some open events on the day that pupils did not need to qualify for which added extra excitement and more participants to the event.

 

Our Facebook page will be flooded with photos taken by our fabulous photography group so anyone who would like to can have a look at our proud athletes on the field as soon as they are posted.  The trophies were presented by Ms Gains who has successfully taken up a post at another school in the region and will be leaving us at the end of term.

 

Thank you to all staff and pupils who assisted with the organisation of this event and to all parents and spectators who came to support the competitors.

 

New records for 2019 (starting from 2011, in the new school) were as follows:

 

S1:

 

Honey 400m (70 seconds)

Alesha Shot Put (7.39m)

 

S2:

 

Dylan W. 400m (68 seconds)

Kit long Jump (4.45m)

Herbie High Jump (1.55m)

 

S3:

 

Erin T. Long Jump (3.65m)

Nelija Discus (15.92m)

Ethan Discus (22.50m)

Simone T. Javelin (16.28m)

Individual year group sports champions are:

S1 Girls: Honey

S1 Boys: Arthur

S2 Girls: Simone M.

S2 Boys: Kit

S3 Girls: Megan

S3 Boys: Ciaran S.

Senior Girls: Catriona P.

Senior Boys: Brodie

 

The sports day total for Queensberry was 176 and for Hartfell 224 meaning the athletics shield was won by Hartfell.

 

The house shield was won by Hartfell House scoring 460 points to Queensberry’s 394.  Hartfell has now won the house shield five years in a row.