District delight for Queen Elizabeth pupils

Queen Elizabeth�s Grammar Alford�s Inter Boys� Cross Country team were triumphant in the recent district competition.  'Six of the team were placed in the top 20, also qualifying as individuals for the county finals to be held in January. It was an impressive performance by all of the team. 'The future of cross country running looks in good shape at QEGS with the Y7 Boys� and Girls� teams also taking third in the team events and a total of 13 pupils all going forward to represent the district.''Cross country: Pictured, from left, Joe Rice-Mundy, Will Allis, Tom Harrop, Billy Hendry, Jacob Houltby, Corey Lewis and Jess Marshall. Ben Leader was absent for photo.
Queen Elizabeth�s Grammar Alford�s Inter Boys� Cross Country team were triumphant in the recent district competition. 'Six of the team were placed in the top 20, also qualifying as individuals for the county finals to be held in January. It was an impressive performance by all of the team. 'The future of cross country running looks in good shape at QEGS with the Y7 Boys� and Girls� teams also taking third in the team events and a total of 13 pupils all going forward to represent the district.''Cross country: Pictured, from left, Joe Rice-Mundy, Will Allis, Tom Harrop, Billy Hendry, Jacob Houltby, Corey Lewis and Jess Marshall. Ben Leader was absent for photo.

Queen Elizabeth’s Grammar Alford’s Inter Boys’ Cross Country team were triumphant in the recent district competition.

Six of the team were placed in the top 20, also qualifying as individuals for the county finals to be held in January. It was an impressive performance by all of the team.

The future of cross country running looks in good shape at QEGS with the year boys and girls’ teams also taking third in the team events and a total of 13 pupils all going forward to represent the district.