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Cubitt Town Junior School do Tower Hamlets proud

PUBLISHED: 16:54 21 October 2009 | UPDATED: 15:06 05 October 2010

Igor Terzic with Jean Pickering

Igor Terzic with Jean Pickering

Cubitt Town Junior School represented Tower Hamlets Primary Schools Sports Association at the AAA of England at the Lee Valley Athletics Centre competing against seven other teams from the south east of England

Cubitt Town Junior School represented Tower Hamlets Primary Schools' Sports Association at the AAA of England at the Lee Valley Athletics Centre competing against seven other teams from the south east of England.

In the track events the boy's team of Harry Butler, Maiks Balodis, Harry Kirby, Zahidul Islam and Lathurson Vinayagamoothy finished third in the Chasing Paula 1,000m.

In the girls's event, the team of Aminat Salau, Kaya Biedron, Tanisha Begum, Valentina Granata and Joelle Onabanjo also finished in third place.

In the field events Joelle was victorious in the Highland Steps, Valentina was fourth in the Weight for Distance and Tanisha was fourth in the Soft Javelin.

First place was also gained by Maisha Ahmed in the Tossing of the Caber and Phuong Linh Hoang was third in the Weight for Height, while in the boys' events Igor Terzic was third in the Soft Javelin.


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