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Sasha and Katrina help Scotland win 2nd at Junior Home Internationals

Sasha and Katrina went waaaaaaaay down south to Surrey over the weekend to help the Scotland Team gain 2nd place at this year’s Junior Home Internationals. It’s a two day event with an Individual race on the Saturday – Sasha was 4th M16, Katrina 5th W18 – followed by a Relay on the Sunday where the age classes are mixed up – Sasha’s team came 4th in the Mens and Katrina’s 8th in the Womens.

Overall results: England 141 points, Scotland 106, Wales 62 and Ireland 51.
Full results and reports etc can be found at http://www.moorenet.co.uk/seoa/wjhi/

As well as the serious racing there are usually some other activities and competitions for everyone to mess about and relax a bit and have some fun with folk from the other teams. I’ve yet to hear what they got up to this time – maybe Sasha or Katrina can spill the beans?

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