Congratulations to the Year 8 team from ICD (Integrated College Dungannon), who won a major cross-country trophy in a competition involving the top runners in Northern Ireland.
The ICD team won the Ulster Schools Championship title in the Mini Boys’ Cross-Country Races at Mallusk Playing Fields, Belfast. In a contest against 15 teams, involving 151 competitors, the ICD Year 8 boys were led home by team captain, Ethan Nethery in 15th place. The team, which also comprised Matthew Hughes, Elijah Weathered, Jude O’Hara, James Mulgrew, Charlie McCrory, Calum McWhirter, Zach Cowan and Jesse Turner, finished with 84 points to secure the win.
Welcoming the young athletes on their triumphal return to the college, Principal, Andrew Sleeth said
“The boys are continuing a proven tradition in cross-country running at ICD with the College winning two individual Ulster Titles and one team Ulster Title in previous years. Well done, boys, on an excellent result and thank you to Mr Rice, head of PE, for his dedication to ensuring cross country success at ICD”.
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