WOODLANDS School have won the Basildon and Billericay District Athletics for the fourth consecutive year.

A total of 1,060 points was enough to finish ahead of second-placed Beauchamps High School by 482 points, with Mayflower High School in third position.

Woodlands’ boys team won the Year 7, 8 and 9 titles, along with the Year 10/11 competition, a feat matched by the girls teams.

The school also retained the field event title as well as winning the relay trophy for the fourth year in a row.

“The pupils and staff have worked extremely hard over the past year before school, at lunchtime and after school to make this possible,” said Woodlands’ Head of PE Andy Badger. “We are very proud of the commitment the pupils have shown and their achievements.”

There were outstanding performances from Woodlands’ Graig Anya-Joseph, who beat a 19 year record in the Year 9 boys 100m (10.8 seconds) and broke a 28 year record in the shot putt with a throw of 13.97m.

Reggie Lucas-Merry smashed the Year 7 boys 75m hurdles record (10.7s) and the long jump (5.13m), while the Woodlands Year 9 boys relay team also set a new district record (47.6s).

De La Salle’s Elliot Chew set a new Year 7 boys 100m record (12.1s), Woodlands’ Charlie Hopkins also produced a new Year 8 boys hammer throw record (36.67m) and Paige Stevens set a new Year 8 girls 200m record (25.7s).

Results: 1st Woodlands 1060 points, 2nd Beauchamps 578, 3rd Mayflower 509, 4th De La Salle 486, 5th Billericay 450, 6th James Hornsby School 297, 7th Bromfords 268, 8th Basildon Academies 142.