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We have a junior champion ….

Will eyeing the opposition.

Over the border in Lancashire, 13 CV juniors competed and excelled in the final junior and U21 Championship counter The Rossendale 50th Anniversary event, and Junior Inter-counties event hosted by Rossendale Harriers. The event resulted in a new English Champion in the club. William Hall was placed well enough in this race to claim the under 13 title, a fantastic achievement for William and CVFR and a testament to all the hard work both by the young athlete and coaches alike.

Other impressive race results from the day included seven year old Clara (Lightning) McKee, 1st U9 girl, who is turning out to be one of Calders young bright stars. Sam Annison was 3rd boy U9, Charlie Pickins and George McFie 4th and 5th in the U11 with Thomas McKee a fantastic 12th. Ollie Pickens was 33rd with Fearne Hanson 45th place.

In the under 13s with Will placing 2nd, James Duffy 6th, Patrick Casey 12th and Alex Duffield 13th the red and whites certainly made an impression in this age group this year with constantly placed athletes in the top 15.

Maya Brunt and team mate Ruby McFie ran well in the under 15s to get 46th and 47th place respectively.

Full results can be found here.

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