Ready, steady, Bang! Off I ran. Vili and I fell over when we were at the first corner but I got up again. I went through the hedge and I ran past Mum. She was a marshal and I ran around the paddocks. I wasn’t in the top ten but I didn’t care because it was about taking part. When I finished the race Sarah and I got an ice-block.
I started eating my lunch, OLS and MPS started walking in. I walked over to the warm up area feeling nervous. I saw my friends warming up. I lined up to start. Bang! Mr B clapped the pieces of wood and off I ran. Through the hedge, I jumped over the hay bales and I ran past marshals. I ran over the finish line exhausted. I walked over to get an ice block and a sausage, they were scrumptious. I was pleased I finished in the top ten. I was proud.
I felt nervous when I went to the warm up because it was nearly my race. Bang! Mr B banged the sticks together and off we went. I was zooming off into the paddock. I heard lots of people cheering on the racers. I saw lots of people puffing after the race. I tasted the yummy ice block and sausage I had after my race, yum. After I had my ice block and sausage all the races had finished, Mum and I went home. When I got home I was very pleased that I got in the top 10. At teatime I told Dad all about cross country.
I felt nervous going to cross country. I heard the blocks bang! I saw cow poo when we went through the paddock. I also saw lots of children puffing. I smelt the disgusting cow poo. I tasted my delightful sausage, it was so delightful. I liked it so much that I got three sausages. They were tasty. They were the best sausages I ever had on earth.
Ready, set, go! Mr B clapped the blocks, away we ran. We ran, we ran and we ran. I saw the rugby post and I ran past. I heard lots of my friends cheering for me. Then I ran into the paddock. Splat! I ran into cow poo, then I ran past the water trough. Then we ran over a bale and then we went around the other way.