19.Sep.12 Final NOTAN QuadKids competition proves a hit
On 1st September the final NOTAN QuadKids Competition of the series was held at Churchill Playing Fields, Whitley Bay. A total of 97 entries over the series made for an exciting competition.
The network had great support from volunteers, parents and officials to make it a successful day. A big thank you also goes to Councillor Ian Grayson and Councillor Norma Redfearn who came along to show their support and presented medals to the overall winners.
In the under 9 girls Erin Finlay came 3rd with 139 points, close in 2nd came Georgia Spraggon, a great result for her first competition, and once again in first matching her best score of 177 points; Cissie Robson. The under 9 boys was a lot tougher with 10 entries. In 3rd came Finlay Scott with his best score yet of 167 points. In 2nd with only 1 point more came Sammy Watson, but storming ahead in 1st place with 204 points, his best score yet, Alfie Ward.
The under 10 category was also a tough competition with Lexie Pettitt in 3rd place with 127 points; her best score of the series. 2nd place saw Maya Lant with her 1st competition reaching a great score of 144 points. In 1st place, out in front with 217 points came Natasha Stephenson also her best score of the series. For the boys it was again a tough category with 10 entrants. Managing to achieve 3rd place with 186 points came Callum Penn. 2nd came Louis Spraggon with 193 points and in front with 203 points came Sam Thomson. All entrants either came close to or did achieve their best score of the series which was a great result.
Moving into the under 11 category, Ellen Smith came 3rd with 69 points, Chloe Wellings in 2nd with 120 points, but clinching 1st place with 125 points came Ellen Carter. For the boys in 3rd place came Robert Mole with 159 points, 2nd Daniel Buffham with 208 points, but way out in the lead came Felix Robson once again with 257 points.
The under 12 category for the girls proved a close competition with Macey Bradshaw in 3rd place with 148 points, Miranda Stephenson in 2nd place with 162 points, and only 3 points ahead in 1st place came Jade Hepple. Most of the girls managed to beat their previous scores which was a great result. For the boys once again Freddie Reid had a great competition matching his last score achieving 189 points in total.
Medals were also given to each of the top 3 of the whole series in each age category for both the boys and girls. This showed the difference of those who managed to attend each 6 QuadKids competitions.
Trophies were also given to the overall boy and overall girl winner from each age group. These were given to Felix Robson and Cissie Robson. It must be something in the genes with both brother and sister winning! A big well done goes to all those who competed during the QuadKids Grand Prix. We hope to see everyone next year!
The overall results are in the downloadable document at the very bottom of this page.
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