The fourth and final match of this year's Border League was hosted by Aldershot. Going into this match three Reigate Priory athletes had prospects of medals. Max Orchard, who had won the two previous Border League matches he had competed in, completed his set by winning again and taking the overall U9 boys title. Rory Beale finished in a very impressive fifth place, which placed him third across the four match series.

In the U11 boy's Will John-Cox had another great run to finish fourth in the series overall. He was supported well by Sam Rollaston who finished eleventh on the day, but should have secured a top ten place overall. 

In the U11 girls Alessia Turner and Lily Woodhams ran strongly to finish comfortably in the top third of the field in their race. Tomos Knowles was our first U15 boy runner in the league this season and ran well in a small but strong field.

Below is a picture of Max and Rory with their medals and one of Will and Sam after their race.

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