Raft Of Records Broken At Highly-Competitive Sports Day

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Victorious Lyra House Captains, Amelia Clarke and Ethan Hollingworth, accept the trophy for the winning house from Tollbar Academy Principal, Stephen Moon.

A number of academy records were broken at this year's Tollbar Academy Sports Day, which was held at King George V Stadium.

Joshua Northen broke the 100m record from 1995. He now holds the Year 9 and Year 10 100m record.

Ella Greenway broke the Year 7 1500m record which was held by her sister Robyn, by 31 seconds! Robyn Greenway then broke the Year 9 1500m record that was set this year.

Lewis Phillips broke the Year 10 400m record that was set in 2002. He now holds the Year 8 800m and 1500m records, the Year 9 1500m record and the Year 10 400m record.

Katelyn Howden broke the year 7 Long Jump record that was set in 2013.

In the end, Lyra House students were ecstatic to win the event and the trophy was accepted by Year 10 House Captains, Amelia Clarke and Ethan Hollingworth. It was presented by Tollbar Academy Principal, Stephen Moon.


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Tollbar Academy Sports Day athletes who broke academy records. They are: Ella Greenway (Year 7) 1500m, Lewis Phillips (Year 10) 400m, Robyn Greenway (Year 9) 1500m, Katelyn Howden (Year 7) Long Jump, Joshua Northen (Year 10) 100m.


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Boys Year 9 800m winner Charlie Ellerby (yellow) of Lyra and 2nd placed Robbie Cassidy of Vela.


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The Year 10 Boys 800m.


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Tom Favell (Year 10 Indus) finishing the 800m with Kallum Bywater (Year 10 Perseus) close behind.


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The final leg of the Girls Relay (Morgan Jarvis, Lyra House, and Idea Dennis, Orion House.)

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Tollbar Academy Principal

Stephen Moon
MSc.

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David J Hampson
OBE, BSc, BA.
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