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Pippa Harris -
Pippa ran 100 km (in stages) to raise money for St David’s hospice.
Best of Brecon 2021 Young Volunteer Award
Head teacher Mr Jenkins congratulating Pippa on her award.
Mr Jenkins said; This award recognises a dedicated young volunteer who has shown outstanding commitment to the community and contributed energy and time.
Pupils in "A time traveller's guide to Theatrical Brecon"
Congratulations to Charlie, Nansi and Maisie performing at Saturday’s play … Well done, they were brilliant!
BHS Students Round off a busy Summer Holiday of Athletics
To round off a busy summer holiday of athletics competitions and off the back of medals in the Welsh championships for Ruby & Henry two weeks ago it was Pippa, Theo (back after months off with injury) and Henry who travelled to Carmarthen at the weekend as part of the East Wales team ; Personal bests for Theo in the 100m -
There were some very good individual performances (see below), but i can honestly say that every athlete gave their very best in conditions, which were both cold and very wet.
Junior Girls -
Ruby Herdman Brecon HS 3rd
Maddie Hughes Llanidloes HS 4th
McKenzie McCourt Welshpool HS 5th
*All 3 girls have been automatically selected to represent Wales in the SIAB International.
Middle Boys -
Aled Breeze Newtown HS 2nd
Callum Morgan Welshpool HS 3rd
Jack Organ Gwernyfed HS 6th
*All 3 boys have been selected automatically to represent Wales in the SIAB International.
Middle Girls -
Maddie Griffiths Welshpool HS 8th
Junior Boys -
Joe Edwards Christ College 8th
Senior Boys -
Deri McCluskey Llanfyllin HS 2nd
I would like to thank everybody for all their efforts to ensure Powys was well represented at Brecon today. Big thanks goes to Welshpool HS staff, Aled Humphreys, Wendy Jones and Jamie Loxam, to Dave Peters and his team, Maldwyn Harriers and Brecon AC for their continued support of athletes and selection.
Following today's xc Ruby has secured automatic selection for the Welsh team to compete at the SIAB International in March
The very best from all over Wales came to Brecon Saturday for the Welsh county schools Xc championship. With only 10 athletes representing each of the 10 county's /areas there was nowhere to hide; the going for every race was fast and furious.
An electric pace in the junior girls race saw a battle out front between 5 of Wales's best, among them Ruby Herdman who held on for 3rd and a national xc bronze medal finishing just 6 seconds behind the race winner.
Lilwen had a late call up to the powys team and ran a steady race for her team finishing 75th.
Lily Wiggins had a long wait for the year 7 race,added to which the worst of the weather hit just as the race started.
A wobble in confidence mid race was overcome and she picked up places in the second half of the race to finish 54th and 3rd for powys team (10 runners).
Great going girls, well
Dan Pitt being presented with his Welsh Vest. Unfortunately, his fight was cancelled at the last minute on Saturday. I guess his opponent was running scared!!
The brother’s coach is looking to organise an assessment of Dan and Ollie for the Welsh squad. Exciting times ahead for both boys