In the Under 11 Girls completing at least 3 events two girls finished in the first 50 places, Freya Cole came 33rd and Annie Boonham was 44th. Sofia Farmer was 80th, Bethany Metcalfe 101st, Lottie Evans 105th and finally Robyn Lee was 110th The girls were placed a good central 9th in the league table. There were 177 runners.
The Under 11 Boys completing at least 3 events presented a strong team with mixed results. Adam Stokes lead in 47th place, Jesse Bradley with 2 runs came 75th. The next 4 places were closely contested by the Tamworth boys with Jacob Williams coming 81st, Jacob Fletcher 86th, Max Hamer 87th, Joseph Gorst 89th, Samuel Williams 117thand William Newman fished in 132nd place. The close placings of the boys meant that they came 9th in the league which was a good central position. There were 193 runners
The Under 13 Girls who completed at least 3 events presented the strongest team Tegan Vickery came 22nd, Libbie Price was 28th, Lottie McLaren came 33rd, Natasha Lee was 38th, Ellie Gauntlett 49th, Angelica Rakmee 93rd and Daisy Smith 99th With such a strong showing in the first 50 places the team finished in an excellent 5th place in the league table. There were 165 runners.
The Under 13 Boys completing at least 3 events both athletes finished within the first 50 places. James Stretton who gained a medal from his brilliant 4th place and his team mate Aedan Mason was 44th. There were 153 runners
The Under 15 Girls who completed at least 3 events comprised Abi Hamer 18th, Charlotte Perry 31st. Sophie Perry 40th and finally Katie Stretton who was 61st. The Tamworth girls finished in an excellent 5th place in the league table. There were 119 runners
In the Under 15 Boys who completed at least 3 events sole athlete Ben Edwards finished in a strong 33rd. There were 123 runners
In the Under 17 Women who completed at least 3 events Charlotte Bush was the only athlete finishing in a medal winning 4th place. There were 74 runners
In the Under 17 Men completing at least 3 events both athletes finished strongly in the first 40 places Max Kent came 23rd and James Oakley finished 33rd. There were 86 runners