Particular mention must go to Harry Marchant, who won gold in the Senior Boys’ 400m hurdles, setting a new school record in the process. Ross Hinton also won gold in the Senior Boys’ Long Jump, and many congratulations must go to them both.
Seaford saw success elsewhere with several silver medals. Simon Ward won silver in the Junior Boys’ Javelin, and he has been subsequently selected for the County team for their match next weekend. Both the Senior Boys and Junior Boys won silver in the relay.
Flying the flag for the girls was Charlotte Reading, who won an impressive bronze in the 800m. Jack Glascott won bronze in the Junior Boys’ Discus, as did Hugo Squires in the Inter Boys’ 200m. The Inter Boys picked up another bronze in the relay.
Antony Cook, Seaford College’s Director of Sport, said: “These results show all the hard work that has been put in by all pupils and the coaching team, and I am very proud of all those who competed in the County Athletics Finals. We are now looking forward to our Sports’ Day which promises to be highly competitive.”