The Ross Peers Sports Centre hosts its own mini-Olympics with Junior Superstars competition

Ross Peers Sports Centre, Soham, holds its Superstars day, the age group winners

Ross Peers Sports Centre, Soham, holds its Superstars day, the age group winners


The Ross Peers Sports Centre in Soham got in the Olympic spirit by hosting its own multi-sport competition.

The annual Junior Superstars competition attracted dozens of children from around Cambridgeshire who went head-to-head in sports such as football, netball, archery and the long jump across three age groups.

Medals and prizes were given out for the winners and organiser Claire Norton said it was enjoyed by all.

She said: “The competition went very well. We had 54 children take part and they all had a great time.”

The winners were as follows:

Ross Peers Sports Centre, Soham, holds its Superstars day, Cerys in actionRoss Peers Sports Centre, Soham, holds its Superstars day, Cerys in action

Under 8 Girls:

1st: Kyra Bird

2nd: Lily Clarke

3rd: Zoe McIntyre

Under 8 Boys:

1st: Oscar Crompton

2nd: Callum Hobbs

3rd William Sargeant

Under 11 Girls:

1st: Rachel Nash Roberts

2nd: Faith Bird

3rd: Maddie Guy Pinkney

Under 14 Girls:

1st: Gemma Booth

2nd: Mia Yearn

3rd: Neve Fisher

Under 14 Boys:

1st: Connor Day

2nd: Cameron Beavis


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