Held at the Joint Services Mountain Centre on Anglesey, the competition uses the excellent indoor climbing facilities at JSMMTC Indefatigable. Fielding competitors in all categories, Christ College were competing against CCF’s and ACF’s from across Wales.
Amy Baker and Angharad Hill represented the Junior Girls, with Angahard making it through to the 2nd round. Tom Ashton and Milo Welch competed in the Junior Boys, with both making it into the 2nd round, and Tom competing in the final.
Amelia Reynolds and Mari James flew the flag in the Senior Girls, and Amelia made the 2nd round in what was an extremely high standard heat.
Finally Lloyd Donovan and Rhodri Edwards competed in the Senior Boys, with Lloyd winning and Rhodri coming second. Lloyd had the additional reward of coming second in the bouldering competition.
Well done to all that competed.
Report by Mark Bevan SSI
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