The boys were first off and Max Baxter ran the first leg and came in sixth in a good time of 14.03. Euan Pinder picked up a couple of places to come in fourth (13.59). There were big gaps between the leading teams but Alden worked through and just overhauled the leader in the final straight. His 12.29 was by far the fastest leg of the race. The B team also did well, coming 11th, courtesy of Alex Hughes 14.23, Leon Doran 15.11, and Isaac Jessop-Tranter 14.22. The C team were also well up in 15th – Callum Powell 14.42, Archie Pinder 14.46 and Gabriel Strutton-Smith 15.15.
The girls were led off by Lesedi Nkoane who came in fifth in 14.31. Frankie Baxter then ran a great second leg of 14.02 to take the lead. Zoe Gilbody on the anchor leg ran away from the field to secure the win in 14.39. Again the B team ran well – finishing 11th with Marea Logan 15.21, Lucy Wilkinson 16.05, and Lily Jessop-Tranter 16.34 forming the team. The C team was 35th – Savarnah Pandya (17.09), Beth Togneri (17.31) and Izzy Martin (17.01).
The medal haul continued with the U15 girls winning bronze – Maddie Hughes 14.26, Holly Henderson 14.31, and Abbie Henderson 14.22 . The B team was 27th - Alice Brown (14.59), Ellie Shield (16.02) and Charlotte Docwra (16.39).
There were two U15 boys teams, both inexperienced at this level. The A team was 24th – Oakley Denson (13.45), Nathan Sweeney (13.53) and Thomas Askey (13.53). The B team was 42nd –Angus Stoneham (14.06), Laurie Gawne (14.46) and Sammy Bennetts (15.12).
The U17s also did well. The A team women were 19th – Alicia Bushell 14.40, Olivia Cameron 16.04, and Charlotte Gilbody 16.26. The B team were 35th – Jinaan Lockwood 16.49, Millie Hughes 16.54, and Ella Watson 18.42. The A team men were a creditable 12th courtesy of Alex Johnson 12.29, Angus Williams 12.35, and Alex Aldred 13.11. The B team were 43rd – James Watson 13.20, Ben Jackson 13.43, Charlie Stone 14.08.