Pupils in medal-winning form

Maisondieu Primary School's primary six boys' team returned from this year's Angus Cross Country Championships in Forfar with a clutch of medals. 'Over 30 schools took part in the competition and Maisondieu's team of Sam Rogerson, Cameron Wellburn, Harry Ingram, Dawson Sawyer and Matthew Mitchell came home in first place, winning the gold medal.'In the race itself, Sam finished first and Cameron third winning the individual gold and bronze medals.'The school took twenty five runners in total to the event and even though they didn't finish in the medal positions, special mention must go to Ryan Scott who finished 14th in the P7 boys' race, Fiona Brown 25th in the P7 girls' race and Marie Moffat 16th in the P6 girls' race. 'There were over 130 competitors in each race.

Maisondieu Primary School's primary six boys' team returned from this year's Angus Cross Country Championships in Forfar with a clutch of medals. 'Over 30 schools took part in the competition and Maisondieu's team of Sam Rogerson, Cameron Wellburn, Harry Ingram, Dawson Sawyer and Matthew Mitchell came home in first place, winning the gold medal.'In the race itself, Sam finished first and Cameron third winning the individual gold and bronze medals.'The school took twenty five runners in total to the event and even though they didn't finish in the medal positions, special mention must go to Ryan Scott who finished 14th in the P7 boys' race, Fiona Brown 25th in the P7 girls' race and Marie Moffat 16th in the P6 girls' race. 'There were over 130 competitors in each race.

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Maisondieu Primary School’s primary six boys’ team returned from this year’s Angus Cross Country Championships in Forfar with a clutch of medals.

Over 30 schools took part in the competition and Maisondieu’s team of Sam Rogerson, Cameron Wellburn, Harry Ingram, Dawson Sawyer and Matthew Mitchell came home in first place, winning the gold medal.

In the race itself, Sam finished first and Cameron third winning the individual gold and bronze medals.

The school took twenty five runners in total to the event and even though they didn’t finish in the medal positions, special mention must go to Ryan Scott who finished 14th in the P7 boys’ race, Fiona Brown 25th in the P7 girls’ race and Marie Moffat 16th in the P6 girls’ race.

There were over 130 competitors in each race.