Published: 05:00, 25 January 2022
The Maidstone district enjoyed triple success at Saturday's Kent Schools Cross-Country Championships and photographer Barry Goodwin was there to capture the action.
Freddie Gibson was the leading runner in the Year 7 boys' category at the Hop Farm with a time of 10min27sec. Rose Crossley was fastest of the Year 8 girls in 13.45 and Anna Palmer won the senior girls' race in 15.57.
There were two wins for Tonbridge to cheer. Oliver Head set the Year 9 boys' pace in 14.02 and Annabelle Souter won the intermediate girls' race in 15.37, while Tunbridge Wells' Luke Draper was the fastest Year 8 boy in 14.27.
Ashford & Weald's Ava Chappell set the Year 7 girls' pace in 10.07, Megan Barlow was the leading Year 9 girls' runner for Bromley, completing the course in 13.19, Swale's Hayden Gear led the intermediate boys home in 21.01 and Canterbury & St Augustines were victorious in the senior boys' race with Jack Small's 24.46.