By Liam Moakes 21/02 Updated: 21/02 11:43
CROOME Pony Club members notched up a number of top scores of the day when they competed at the Warwickshire Pony Club Triathlon on Sunday at Warwick School.
Emily Turner achieved the Best Shoot score in the 10/11 girls age group by scoring 940 out of a possible 1,000, whilst Bill Bishop ran the 1,000m in the fastest time for the 10/11 boys age group as he completed the distance in 4mins,22secs.
Yet again Harry Sykes was awarded medals for the Best Run and Best Swim in the Junior boys competition, achieving a personal best in the 1,500m run of 5mins,8secs.
Overall individual placings were awarded to Harry Sykes who was first in the Junior boys, with Toby Alliband taking fifth spot.
Katie Caldicot managed third place in the Junior girls, whilst Bill Bishop secured second place in the 10/11-year-old boys section and Emily Turner was fourth in the equivalent girls competition.
The remaining members all helped secure team placings, ranging from the 8/9-year-old age category up to the senior girls section.
Pictured at the Warwickshire Pony Club Triathlon are Croome Pony Club members, back row, left to right - Sally Caldicot, Katie Caldicot, Emma Millichap, Rosie Millichap, Harry Sykes; front row, left to right - Elsa Bishop, Bill Bishop, Emily Turner and Maisy Slight. (s)
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