SAM Jolly won the intermediate boys’ 700g javelin, his effort reaching 44.74m.

Sam Bell was the intermediate boys’ 5kg hammer winner, with a throw of 28.80m.

Kate Smith was second in her heat, in the intermediate girls’ 100m. She also finished second in the 80m hurdles, with a run of 12.7s.

There was a win for Heather Macdonald in her intermediate girls’ 200m heat, before she went on to win her final with a time of 26.5s.

Annie Jones earned third place in the intermediate girls’ triple jump, with a jump of 9.42m.

Tynedale fared well in the intermediate girls’ 500g javelin. Niamh Brennan won with an outstanding throw of 38.16s, while Sally Watson was third with 21.86s.

There were two third place finishes for Matthew Cant. He ran the senior boys’ 100m final in 11.8s, and the 200m final in 24.3s.

Further success came with Mitchell Sloane in the senior boys’ 400m final (62.9), Joe Green in the 3,000m final 10:56.7, Aidan Pinkney in the 2,000m (7:03.1), and Ethan Hill in the long jump (6.14m). Jack Anderson was second in the senior boys’ 800m final with a time of 2:14.8.

Hill’s effort in the long jump was a significant one for the Haydon Bridge High School student. He set a new school record, replacing the previous record of 5.58m set by Adam McDonald back in 1999.

Head of PE at Haydon Bridge High, Liz Hicks, said: “This was no mean feat given the torrential rain and low temperatures on the day.”

In the senior girls’ 200m final, Zoe-Claire Trespaderne was third with a run of 34.8s. Trespaderne (15:21.9) was also second in the 3,000m final, which was won by Georgia Anderson (13:03.6).

Chloe Wellings was the winner in the 1,500m final, with a run of 4:53.4. Louise Smith was the senior girls’ long jump winner, her effort measuring 5.02m.

Another Haydon Bridge pupil, Charlotte Murray, earned second place in both senior girls’ 4kg shot put (7.37m), and 600g javelin (17.21m).