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St Elizabeth's takes district primary schools trophy

PUBLISHED: 17:25 17 June 2009 | UPDATED: 14:27 05 October 2010

ST ELIZABETH s Primary School maintained their reputation as top dogs in Tower Hamlets Primary Schools sport, when they finished as overall winners of the borough Primary Schools Athletics Championships, held at Mile End Stadium on Monday. The Bonner Road

ST ELIZABETH's Primary School maintained their reputation as top dogs in Tower Hamlets Primary Schools sport, when they finished as overall winners of the borough Primary Schools Athletics Championships, held at Mile End Stadium on Monday.

The Bonner Road, Bethnal Green school came out on top ahead of second placed St Saviour's RC Primary, from Chrisp Street, Poplar with Cubitt Town Primary, from Manchester Road, Isle of Dogs in third place.

In all, St Elizabeth won an outstanding 11 individual events out of the 16 that were competed for.

Victoria Park & Tower Hamlets AC helped out with officiating at their home stadium and a number of their officials and leading athletes presented the prizes.

Results; Boys: 80m: 1 A Thomas (St Eliz), 2 M Campbell (St Saviours), 3 M Uyar (Clara Grant), 150m: 1 S Anwan (St Eliz), 2 S Hanson (Cubitt Town), 800m: 1 H Ahmed (St Pauls), 2 L O'Regan (St Eliz), 3 S Dogble (St Eliz), 1500m: 1 G McCallum (St Eliz), 2 -, 3 L Scott (St Saviours), Long jump: 1 S Dogble (St Eliz), T Jones (Harbinger), 3 J Fleming (Cubitt Town), High jump: 1 E Thomas (Clara Grant), 2 L Scott (St Saviours), 3 L O'Regan (St Eliz), Ball throw: 1 C Tillyard (St Eliz), 2 M Uyar (Clara Grant), 3 M Ahmed (Cyril Jackson), Relay: 1 St Elizabeth, 2 St Saviours, 3 Clara Grant.

Girls: 80m: 1 S Malcolm (St Eliz), 2 S Estabillo (St Eliz), 3 T Begun (Mayflower), 150m: 1 V Granata (Cubitt Town), 2 O Etefin (Stepney Greencoat), 3 C Sully (St Saviours), 800m: 1 C Devlin (St Eliz), 2 L Thompson (Harbinger), 3 M Ali (Marion Richardson), 1500m: 1 N Pamplin (St Eliz), 2 D Davis (St Saviours), 3 F Akther (St Peters), Long jump: 1 L Thompson (Harbinger), 2 J Onabunjo (Cubitt Town), 3 N Pamplin (St Eliz), High jump: 1 D Davis (St Saviours), 2 M Malila (St Pauls), 3 J Appeagyi (St Eliz), Ball throw: 1 C Devlin (St Eliz), 2 N Nowshin (Marion Richardson), 3 A Island (Cayley). Relay: 1 St Eliz, 2 St Saviours, 3 Clara Grant.


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