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Singleton Grammar School Sports*
Patron : Mr G. Loder ; President, Mr C. T. Norton ; Committee : Ma?ters P. Ash, R. Blaxland, A. B. Collett, H. V. Divon, G. New-
ton, T. Scott, and F. J. Swain ; Jndgis: Messrs J. D. Delanej, end J. N. R. Shipton; itarter, Mr A. P. Eenben ; Treaiurer, Mr 0. Cooper; Secretaries, Masters G. W. Ash, and H. E. Wyndham, The second annunJ meeting of the Grammar School Athletic Club wae held on the Show gronnd on Wednes day, in tho presence of a fair assemblage of spoctatore. The day proved fine, too warm if anything. Yet this did not deter the competitors in any way, and the boys entered eagerly into the sport provided. The officials workoil hard to ensure success, and their efforts were rewarded with the Attainment of the result desired. Re freshments wero thoughtfully provided and laid out in tho pavilion. The various events (many of which were well contested) resulted as follows :— Flat Race, 100 yards—Cooper, 1 ; Strain, 2 ; Scott, 3. Long Jump—Swain, 1; £cott, 2. Grand Handicap, 150 yards—First Division: Cooper, scratch, 1 ; Blax land, 6 yards, 1 ; eight startera; Second division: Scott, eorotch, 1 ; Brooke, 15 yards, five starters, 2. Final run off: Blaxland, 1 ; Cooper, 2. Twelve years and under, 75 yards— R. Dixon, 12 yards, 1 ; W. U. Norton, 20 yards, 2. Four starters. Hurdle Race, 175 yards—=-Scott, icratch, 1 ; Swain, scratch, 2. Fourteen years and under, lOOysrcle. —Maguiro, scratch, 1; Brooks, 5 yards, 2. Eight etartere. Sack Race.—Swain, 1 ; Bedwell,:2. Throwing the Cricket Ball.—Coop2r, 1. 98 yards. Five feet and under, 140 yards,— Brooks, 12 yards 1; Maguire, 7 yards, 2. Seven starters. Pole jumping—Cooper 1 ; Scott 2. Hop, step and jump, 14 years and under—Hoy, 1 ; Brooks, 2. Four starters. Quarter-uiilo rnoning—Cooper, scratch, 1; Bedwell, 10 yatds, 2. Four starters. Siamoee Race, 100 yards—Blaxland and Strain, 1 yard, 1 ; Wyndham and Kirkby, 3 yds, 2. Four couples started. One n.ilo walking—Bedwell, 8 yards, 1 ; Cooper, scratch, 2. Four starters. Consolation, 100 ;'yards—F. A. Norton, 1 ; Dixon, 2. Tug of War, Boarders and Day Boarders. Won by the Boarders.