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Nov 2004 - Huntingdonshire A.C.

Welcome to Huntingdonshire Athletics Club (Hunts AC)

Based in St Ives, Cambridgeshire, Hunts AC embraces the England Athletics’ equal opportunities/sports equity policy and welcomes all members of the community from the ages of 9 and upwards. We cater for all levels, whether you’re a budding athlete or an experienced Junior or Senior competitor, an all-rounder or a specialist, a recreational five-miler or a veteran of a dozen marathons. Our activities cover the full range of athletic events including Track & Field, Road Running, Cross Country and Indoor Sportshall. For club information, click here or Email enquires@huntsac.org.uk

 

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23/05/2015  County Championships, Cambridge  details

At the Cambridgeshire county championships held at the Cambridge University track, Hunts AC raked in 32 medals which included 18 golds. In the Under 17 Women's hammer throw, Charlie Batterbee added over 5 metres to her club record, reaching out to 44.38m to beat the runner-up by close to 8 metres and also place her 34th in the national rankings. In the Under 17 Men's sprint races, Llewelyn Thomas dominated the proceedings, firstly winning the 100m by 4 metres in 11.91 secs, which equalled his personal best but into a strong wind of -2.0 metres per second. Later in the meet, he reduced his best by a significant 0.7 secs, running 24.26 secs to win by close to half a second. Llewelyn will still be in this same age group next year! In the Under 13 Girls competition, Alice Claridge showed great versatility, firstly by winning the 800m and later by taking gold in the high jump. In the 800m, Alice stormed into an early lead and put a large distance between herself and her opponents. Although tiring in the latter stages, she held on to win by two seconds in 2:48.12. In the high jump, Alice added 10 cms to her best, clearing 1.25m for the win. Also successful in the 800m, Ella Blake took the gold in the Under 20 Women's race, while Siobhan did likewise in the Senior Women's race. Ella was on a mission from the start, leading from the first step and determined to break 2:20. There was never a doubt about the victory which left Ella to concentrate on the time. Into the home straight on the final lap and Ella put her all in to the finish, even dipping at the line. She was rewarded with 2:19.87 and a win by 7 seconds. Siobhan had an easier time of it against the opposition as she cruised to a 10-second victory in 2:24.37. The middle distance girls achieved similar success in the 1500m with Polly Smith taking 7 seconds off her personal best to record 5:10.73 and win the Under 20 race by 11 seconds, while Shannon Flockhart took just under a second off her best with 5:07.46 to win by 8 seconds. Also running the 1500m distance, Joey Croft competed on his 15th birthday and placed 3rd in the Under 17 Men's race in 4:21.63 which took almost five seconds off his best. Joey will get to compete in this same age category next year when the two who finished ahead of him will move into the Under 20 age group. Hunts AC provided two sprint hurdles champions in the shape of Liam Hunt and Josh Rathjen. Liam placed 1st the Under 20 Men's 110-metre distance in 15.49 secs into a -2.0 metres per second wind which compares very favourably with his 15.49 personal best which was aided by a +1.7 mps wind. In the Under 15 Boys 80m hurdles race, Josh Rathjen claimed his first county gold medal in 15.28 secs, an improvement of 0.3 secs over his previous best. Out in the field, Hunts AC claimed 8 golds. In the jumps, Adam Taylor raised his personal best in the high jump by 15 cms to win the Under 13 Boys event with 1.30m, while Richard Phelan claimed victory in the Senior Men's competition with 1.45m. In the Under 15 Boys pole vault event, Alex Ensor, who is coached by Richard Phelan, cleared 2.00m for the win and is confident of going higher next year when he'll still be an Under 15. Harriet Bruce, who has been plagued by injuries, held it together to win the Under 15 Girls triple jump with 9.14m to finish a couple of feet in distance ahead of 2nd place. In the throws, James Rice, who only competed in his first hammer throw competition 10 days earlier, added over 7 metres to his best by throwing 23.09m to take the Under 15 Boys gold by just under 4 metres. In the Under 13 Boys discus, George Hamilton-Smith added a metre and a half to his previous best with 21.57m to beat his Cambridge & Coleridge AC opponent by 46 cms. In the Senior Women's javelin, Penny Butcher claimed gold with 16.24m. All in all, this was an excellent day's work by the Hunts AC athletes!

Cambridgeshire County Championships Roll of Honour
Gold Medals
SM HJ Richard Phelan 1.45m
SW 800m Siobhan Skinner 2:24.37
SW JT Penny Butcher 16.24m
U20M 110mH Liam Hunt 15.49
U20W 800m Ella Blake 2:19.87
U20W 1500m Polly Smith 5:10.73
U17M 100m Llewelyn Thomas 11.91
U17M 200m Llewelyn Thomas 24.26
U17W HT Charlie Batterbee 44.38m
U15B PV Alex Ensor 2.00m
U15B HT James Rice 23.09m
U15B 80mH Josh Rathjen 15.28
U15G TJ Harriet Bruce 9.14m
U15G 1500m Shannon Flockhart 5:07.46
U13B HJ Adam Taylor 1.30m
U13B DT George Hamilton-Smith 21.57m
U13G 800m Alice Claridge 2:48.12
U13G HJ Alice Claridge 1.25m

Silver Medals
SW LJ Penny Butcher 3.85m
U15B HJ Jamie Francklin 1.45m
U15G 100m Jasmine Hope 13.15
U13B SP George Hamilton-Smith 8.08m
U13G HJ Ella De'Ath 1.15m

Bronze Medals
SM HT Bob Ellingham 38.05m
SM PV Richard Phelan 3.00m
SW 400m Siobhan Skinner 64.56
U20M 1500m Joey Croft 4:21.63
U17W 300m Aleta Fraylich 44.61
U15B Josh Rathjen 21.34
U15G SP Frannie Chapman 8.52m
U15G 75mH Harriet Bruce 13.71
U13G HJ Hannah Bridges 1.10m

Other results
Under 13 Boys - 100m Joseph Purbrick 14.52 (4); 75mH Adam Taylor 15.54 (4); LJ Adam Taylor 4.03 (4), Joseph Purbrick 3.69 (9): SP Edward Colmer 6.39 (5): DT Edward Colmer 16.19 (7): JT George Hamilton-Smith 20.84 (7), Edward Colmer 15.72 (12)
Under 13 Girls - 100m ht Daniella Scholes 15.49 (3), ht Ella Couchman 16.46 (6), ht Hannah Bridges 15.01 (3); 200m ht Ella De'Ath 35.10 (3); 1500m Ellen Bullin 6:02.19; 70mH Ellen Bullin 15.95 (5); LJ Ella Couchman 3.45 (9), Hannah Bridges 3.43 (10), Daniella Scholes 3.35 (12); SP Daniella Scholes 5.66 (6), Ella De'Ath 4.78 (7); DT Ella Couchman 11.55 (5)
Under 15 Boys - 100 ht George Nicholson 13.81 (4); 200m Jamie Francklin 29.62 (6); 300m Oliver Pocklington 44.98 (6); 800m Oliver Pocklington 2:26.89 (8), Seb Darnell 2:38.31 (10); HJ Josh Rathjen 1.35 (4); SP James Rice 6.51 (7); DT James Rice 21.11 (4)
Under 15 Girls - 100m ht Shannon Flockhart 14.50 (6)
Under 17 Men - 800m Ryan Boden 2:14.27 (4)
Under 17 Women - 200m Aleta Fraylich 28.80 (6)28.05 in heat; 800m Jodie Vuylsteke 2:31.87 (4), Lucy Waller 2:40.98 (5); 1500m Amelia Darnell 5:26.32 (7); SP Charlie Batterbee 9.40 (5); HT Megan Wilson 16.08 (6)
Under 20 Men - 100m Cai Oram 12.92 (5)

Posted by Wayne Dubose on 24/05/2015 14:39:56

23/05/2015  Parkrun PBs  details

Huntingdon - 2 Steve Church 18:23 (beat 18:42 Jul 2013), 5 Peter Downhill 1846 (beat 18:52 from Apr 2014), 49 Cameron Eakins 22:52 (23:25 from last weekend), 114 Jada Griffin-Howard 27:14 (247 finishers)
Cambridge - 15 Rod McKee 19:00 (beat 19:05 from Jun 2014), 20 Andrew Enticknap 19:25 (beat 19:43 from Mar 2014), 91 Bryan Humphreys 22:27 (beat 22:35 from Nov 2014), 122 Andrew Herne 23:28 (beat 24:09 from Mar 2010!) - 409 finishers


Posted by Wayne Dubose on 23/05/2015 18:26:03

17/05/2015  Club Championships - PV (U13+*), JT (all ages) - vortex for U11s), 800m (all ages- 600m for U11s)  details

Huntingdonshire AC athletes contested their third of five club championship meets with many excellent performances. In the Under 11 Boys events, Howard Croft picked up two first place wins in the 600m where he ran 1:59.8 and in turbo javelin throwing 26.05m In the U17M's competitions, Ryan Boden swept the board by winning the 800m in 2:20.4, javelin with 24.14m and the pole vault clearing 1.90m. Special mention must go to Alice Claridge who won the Under 13 Girls 800m in 2:44.6 which means that she has improved her best over this distance by almost half a minute in the past seven weeks.

600m: U11B - 1 Howard Croft 1:59.8, 2 Sam Evans 2:00.8, 3 Jason Hart 2:04.8, 4 Adam Batterbee 2:11.2; U11G - 1 Emily Hart 2:18.9, 2 Lirit Dampier 2:28.4, 3 Amy Coates 2:36.7, 4 Gracie Jacklin 2:40.1, 5 Sammy-Jo Webb 2:41.6, 6 Katie Sandell 2:41.9, 7 Tamzin Digpal-Race 2:42.1
800m: U13G - 1 Alice Claridge 2:44.6, 2 Ellen Bullin 2:55.0, 3 Angel Lyden 2:57.2, 4 Daniella Scholes 3:08.4, 5 Ellie Linnell 3:14.1, 6 Ella Couchman 3:22.4, 7 Megan Hughes 3:29.1; U13B - 1 Joseph Purbrick 2:46.1, 2 Joseph Short 2:48.7, 3 Florentino Pereira 2:51.3, 4 Cameron Eakins 2:52.2, 5 Connor Lyden 2:52.8, 6 Markus Downhill 2:53.1, 7 Adam Taylor DNF; U15G - 1 Shannon Flockhart 2:29.6, 2 Caitlyn Procter 2:45.1, 3 Callie Leighton 2:57.2, 4 Frannie Chapman 3:09.3, 5 Eleanor Phipps 3:20.0; U15B - 1 Oliver Pocklington 2:36.5, 2 Seb Darnell 2:38.5, 3 Charlie Evans 2:39.5, 4 Lorcan Harbour 2:46.8, 5 Jamie Francklin 2:57.6, 6 Alex Ensor 3:01.3, 7 Dawson Wooldridge 3:13.2, 8 Tom Braddock 3:26.5, 9 Matt Gough 3:27.5, 10 James Rice 3:39.1; U17M - 1 Ryan Boden 2:20.4, 2 Callan Keightley 2:46.7, 3 George Youngs 2:58.2; U17W - 1 Lucy Waller 2:37.7, 2 Jodie Vuylsteke 2:38.7, 3 Amelia Darnell 2:46.8, 4 Chloe Wilson 3:00.7, 5 Charlie Batterbee 3:27.2, 6 Molly Gregorious 3:51.2; U20W - 1 Polly Smith 2:39.3, 2 Diana Pereira 3:10.7; SW - 1 Siobhan Skinner 2:26.2, 2 Rachel Sweatt 2:36.1, 3 Georgina Jefferies 3:07.3; VW - 1 Penny Butcher 2:57.7; VM - 1 Stuart Purbrick 2:41.8, 2 Derek Darnell 2:50.1, 3 Dave Ensor 2:56.3, 4 Daniel Gregorious 2:59.0
Javelin: U11G (Turbo) - 1 Tamzin Digpal-Race 15.64, 2 Amy Coates 12.79, 3 Emily Hart 12:17, 4 Lirit Dampier 10.84, 5 Gracie Jacklin 10.65, 6 Katie Sandell 7.85, 7 Sammy-Jo Webb 6.60; U11B (Turbo) - 1 Howard Croft 26.05, 2 Adam Batterbee 17.29, 3 Jason Hart 11.61; U13G - 1 Amy Best 15.51, 2 Ellen Bullin 12.84, 3 Alice Claridge 11.32, 4 Ella Couchman 10.66, 5 Megan Hughes 9.03, 6 Daniella Scholes 8.17, 7 Angel Lyden 7.81, 8 Emma Phipps 7.66, 9 Ellie Linnell 5.00; U13B - 1 George Hamilton-Smith 21.62, 2 Adam Taylor 19.10, 3 Joe Purbrick 14.08, 4 Connor Lyden 14.07, 5 Joseph Short 13.81, 6 Toby Simpson 12.92, 7 Florentino Pereira 12.62, 8 Cameron Eakins 8.33, 9 Markus Downhill 4.38; U15G - 1 Mia Fairbrother-Burton 16.62, 2 Frannie Chapman 16.54, 3 Callie Leighton 12.89, 4 Shannon Flockhart 11.13, 5 Lilah Wooldridge 10.59, 6 Eleanor Phipps 10.31; U15B - 1 Lorcan Harbour 21.48, 2 James Rice 20.44, 3 Alex Ensor 19.19, 4 Matt Gough 15.15, 5 Seb Darnell 11.40, 6 Tom Braddock 10.35, 7 Jamie Francklin 10.02, Dawson Wooldridge NT; U17W - 1 Charlie Batterbee 14.00, 2 Molly Gregorious 12.21, 3 Chloe Wilson 11.37, 4 Megan Wilson 9.41, 5 Amelia Darnell 8.88, 6 Lucy Waller 8.69, 7 Jodie Vuylsteke 5.63, 8 Aleta Fraylich 5.13; U17M - 1 Ryan Boden 24.14, 2 Callan Keightley 14.57, George Youngs NT; U20W -1 Diana Pereira 12.90, 2 Polly Smith 4.54; SW - 1 Georgina Jefferies 18.35, 2 Rachel Sweatt 14.35, 3 Siobhan Skinner 9.67; VW - 1 Tracy Burton 14.88, 2 Penny Butcher 14.38, 3 Sandra Pedley 11.39; VM - 1 Dave Ensor 32.21, 2 Daniel Gregorious 24.24, 3 Stuart Purbrick 19.60
Pole Vault: U13B -1 Adam Taylor 1.40, 2 Joseph Short 1.20, 3 Connor Lyden 1.20; U15G - 1 Eleanor Phipps 1.30; U15B - 1 Alex Ensor 2.10, 2 Matt Gough 1.20, 3 Lorcan Harbour 1.20; U17W - 1 Molly Gregorious 1.90, 2 Lucy Waller 1.60, 3 Aleta Fraylich 1.20; U17M - 1 Ryan Boden 1.90; U20W - 1 Diana Pereira 2.20; SW - 1 Rachel Sweatt 1.10; VM - 1 Richard Phelan 2.80, 2 Dave Ensor 1.80, 3 Daniel Gregorious 1.80, 4 Stuart Purbrick 1.10

Posted by Wayne Dubose on 19/05/2015 06:51:07

17/05/2015  Wimpole Estate 10k  details


Pos'n
Name
Time
Cat.
Age Grade
Notes
12/485
Ian Gallagher
00:40:34
SM30-34
67.26%
Club 10k Debut
81/485
Rachel Porter
00:48:02
VL40-44
65.25%
Club 10k Debut
85/485
Jo Muspratt
00:48:21
VL35-39
64.45%
Club 10k Debut






2015 Road Runners Championship Update:
Veteran Female: Jo Muspratt moves up from 14th to 9th place
Veteran Female: Rachel Porter moves up from 11th to 7th place
Senior Male: Ian Gallagher moves up from 9th to 6th place


  • Event Website/Results:http://hoohaah.co.uk/2015-entry/wimpole10km-run-17th-may/
  • View Club Athletes Results
    Posted by Wayne Gimblett on 18/05/2015 22:53:00

  • 16/05/2015  Parkruns  details

    In the Huntingdon parkrun, Caroline King placed 33rd overall out of 255 and 1st female by 16 seconds, covering the 5k distance in 22:18 which reduced her 11-month-old personal best by 8 seconds and moved her up one place to 6th in the club's all-time rankings list. Finishing in 45th with 23:25, 11-year-old Cameron Eakins improved his best, set last year, by 27 seconds. At the Cambridge parkrun, 10-year-old Sophie Worrall took almost three minutes off her best time, running 21:55 for 74th place. Her great improvement saw her finish as first in her age group, over four minutes ahead of the runner-up and also saw her enter the all-time rankings for the first time in 10th place. Special mention to Siobhan Skinner who finished as first female in this parkrun in 19:59, just four seconds away from hers and the club's best time.

    Huntingdon Parkrun
    Pos'n
    Name
    Time
    Cat.
    Age Grade
    Notes
    2/255
    Simon Margot
    00:18:45
    SM35-39
    70.72%
    Huntingdon Parkrun PB stays at 00:18:12
    3/255
    Sean Barker
    00:19:04
    VM45-49
    76.12%
    Huntingdon Parkrun PB stays at 00:18:42
    9/255
    Shane Hunt
    00:20:16
    VM55-59
    76.47%
    Huntingdon Parkrun PB stays at 00:18:49
    13/255
    Erik Martin
    00:20:36
    SM20-24
    63.30%
    Huntingdon Parkrun PB stays at 00:19:53
    33/255
    Caroline King
    00:22:18
    VL40-44
    69.01%
    1st Lady - New Huntingdon Parkrun PB
    34/255
    Markus Downhill
    00:22:30
    U11B
    70.17%
    Huntingdon Parkrun PB stays at 00:21:45
    35/255
    Peter Downhill
    00:22:30
    VM45-49
    63.51%
    Huntingdon Parkrun PB stays at 18:52
    45/255
    Cameron Eakins
    00:23:25
    U13B
    65.32%
    New Huntingdon Parkrun PB
    135/255
    Yvette Adamson
    00:28:41
    VL35-39
    53.01%
    Huntingdon Parkrun PB stays at 00:26:58














    Cambridge Parkrun
    Pos'n
    Name
    Time
    Cat.
    Age Grade
    Notes
    28/451
    Siobhan Skinner
    00:19:59
    SL25-29
    74.06%
    1st Lady - Cambridge Parkrun PB stays at 00:19:55
    74/451
    Sophie Worrall
    00:21:55
    U11G
    77.84%
    New Cambridge Parkrun PB
    422/451
    Michelle Finnegan
    00:35:22
    VL45-49
    45.79%
    Cambridge Parkrun PB stays at 00:29:35






    Wimpole Estate Parkrun
    Pos'n
    Name
    Time
    Cat.
    Age Grade
    Notes
    52/256
    Andrew Herne
    00:24:22
    VM55-59
    63.60%
    New Wimpole Parkrun PB
    192/256
    Agnes Elek
    00:32:52
    VL35-39
    45.81%
    New Wimpole Parkrun PB








    2015 Road Runners Championship update:


    Most Improved ranking - Veteran Female
    Caroline King moves up to 2nd place
    Agnes Elek moves up to 6th place

    Most Improved Ranking - Veteran Male
    Andrew Herne moves back up to joint 1st place




  • Event Website/Results:http://www.parkrun.org.uk/
  • View Club Athletes Results
    Posted by Wayne Gimblett on 18/05/2015 23:23:19

  • 13/05/2015  County Development Meet, St Ives (all age groups)  details

    At the first of the three evening Cambridgeshire AA County Open Development Meets at St Ives, Huntingdonshire AC achieved 16 first-place finishes which included two county championship gold medals and two club records. In the 3000m county championships, Joey Croft took it out from the start in the Under 17 Men' s race, leading from gun to tape to take the gold medal. His winning time of 9:43.5 represented a 20-second improvement on his previous best and a 66-second winning margin. In the Under 15 Girls championship race, Shannon Flockhart, running in her first-ever 3000m event, also had a comfortable victory, covering the distance in 10:59.93 which currently places her 4th in the United Kingdom. In her first year competing at the Under 20 level, Polly Smith took 8 seconds off her 3000m personal best with 11:13.98 to win the county championship silver medal. Last year, when Joey Croft's brother, 9-year-old Howard came within less than a second of the Under 11 Boys club record for 600m, he was considered the heir apparent to the record this year. However, after running two races recently over five seconds away from his best, some doubt crept in as to whether the record would be his. On this occasion, however, Howard left no doubt as to his intentions as he stormed off at the sound of the starting pistol. He was closely tracked by his 10-year-old opponent who took over the lead on the second lap. Howard was not to be denied as he put in a sprint finish to be proud of, passing the other runners in the closing stages. When he was told he'd beaten the record, he put in an even faster sprint to catch up with his mother Fiona who'd been cheering for him on the other side of the track. He leapt into her arms and it was hugs all round as they celebrated his triumph. The cutest scene! Howard's time of 1:54.60 took a significant 3.4 seconds off Christian Robert's 1:58.0 set 14 years ago. In the Under 11 Girls race, Lizzy Harrison continued her dominance of the age group by winning the 80 metres in 11.9 which equalled her own club record. In the 100m races, Hunts AC notched up four wins with 16-year-old Owen King leading the way. Despite being the youngest in his race, Owen won by three metres in 11.1 seconds, a new personal best which puts him just one-tenth of a second away from the club U17M's record. Twelve-year-old Alice Claridge had a banner day by winning her 100m race in 15.4 (less than a month ago, her best was 17.3), winning her 200m race by close to 8 metres in 32.62 (which is superior to her hand-timed 32.5) and for good measure knocked 6.7 seconds off her 800m personal best when finishing 2nd with 2:50.0. Rounding out the club track victories, 13-year-old George Nicholson, who joined the club just last month, clock 13.6 second to clinch his 100m race. In the field, George Hamilton putt the shot out to 8.17m for first in the U13B event, while Frannie Chapman picked up the Under 15 Girl's win with 8.21m. In the hammer throw, Declan Rice comfortably won the U17M's hammer throw with 37.47m, a three-metre improvement over his previous best. Competing in his first-ever hammer competition, Declan's brother James won the U15B's event with 15.87m, while similarly in her first-ever hammer competition, Mia Fairbrother-Burton won the U15G's competition with 21.05m which places her in the top 100 in the country. In the long jump, Jack Wyles improved his best by 15 cms to clear 4.26, and take the U15B's event, while Adam Taylor placed first in the U13B's competition. Sandra Acton jumped a personal best 1.40m to win the Senior Women's event. The next county development meet will be at St Ives on 10th June.

    800m Graded races
    Race 1 (Mixed) Manual times
    2 Alice Claridge U13G 2.50.0
    3 Katie Lawrence U15G 2.51.2
    4 Markus Downhill U13B 2.53.1
    Race 2 (mixed) manual times
    2 Jodie Wuylsteke U17W 2.42.4
    3 Amelia Darnell U17W 2.43.1
    Race 4 (mixed) Manual times
    2 Ella Bake U20W 2.21.0
    4 Siobhan Skinner SW 2.24.3
    7 Tara Alfuth U13G 3.09.0
    600m Under 11?s electronic times
    1 Howard Croft U11B 1.54.60
    4 Sam Evans U11B 2.02.80
    5 Jason Hart U11B 2.06.45
    11 Emily Hart U11G 2.21.07
    100m Graded races
    Race 1 (mixed) Manual times
    1 Alice Claridge U13G St Ivo 15.4
    2 Eleanor Phipps U15G 15.5
    3 Ella Couchman U13G 15.6
    4 Charlotte Field U15G 16.3
    5 Sandra Acton SW 28.6
    Race 2 (mixed) manual times
    3 Danielle Scholes U13G 15.1
    4 George Hamilton-Smith U13B 15.5
    Race 3 (mixed) Manual times
    1 George Nicholson U15B 13.6
    2 Jamie Francklin U15B 13.9
    4 Adam Taylor U13B 14.3
    Race 4 (mixed) Manual times
    2 Jasmine Hope U15G 13.3
    5 Joseph Purbrick U13B 14.0
    Race 7 (males) Manual times
    1 Owen King U17M 11.1
    80m Under 11?s
    (mixed) Manual times
    1 Lizzy Harrison U11G 11.9
    Emily Hart U11G 13.5
    Jason Hart U11B 14.1
    200m Graded races
    Race 1 (mixed U13?s) w/s +1.5 m/s
    1 Alice Claridge U13G St Ivo 32.62
    3 Eleanor Phipps U15G 34.21
    Race 2 (mixed) w/s +0.6 m/s
    4 Markus Downhill U13B 35.68
    Race 3 (mixed) w/s +0.4 m/s
    5 Jamie Francklin U15B 29.44
    3000m Open Graded
    Race 1 (Females) ? electronic timing
    6 Shannon Flockhart U15G 10.59.93
    7 Polly Smith U20W 11.13.98
    Race 3 (Championship Males)
    1 Joey Croft U17M 9.43.5
    7 Charlie Evans U15B 11.04.2
    8 Eddy Brand U15B 11.26.2
    Shot (weights correct for age group)
    2 Declan Rice U17M 8.93
    2 Lorcan Harbour U15B 7.24
    3 James Rice U15B 6.26
    4 Jack Wyles U15B 6.12
    1 George Hamilton-Smith U13B 8.17
    1 Frannie Chapman U15G 8.21
    3 Mia Fairbrother-Burton U15G 8.03
    4 Charlotte Field U15G 4.48
    2 Danielle Scholes U13G 5.59
    3 Tara Alfuth U13G 4.64
    4 Ella Couchman U13G 3.93
    Hammer
    1 Declan Rice U17M 37.47
    1 James Rice U15B 15.87
    1 Mia Fairbrother-Burton U15G 21.05
    Long Jump
    1 Jack Wyles U15B 4.26
    2 Lorcan Harbour U15B 3.81
    3 George Nicholson U15B 3.78
    1 Adam Taylor U13B 4.01
    3 Joseph Purbrick U13B 3.74
    4 George Hamilton-Smith U13B 3.54
    5 Markus Downhill U13B 3.50
    1 Sandra Acton SW (T37) 1.40
    3 Eleanor Phipps U15G 3.56
    4 Charlotte Field U15G 3.26
    2 Ella Couchman U13G 3.18
    3 Danielle Scholes U13G 3.15
    4 Tara Alfuth U13G 3.10
    Long jump under 11?s
    5 Jason Hart U11B 2.79
    2 Lizzy Harrison U11G 3.03
    3 Emily Hart U11G 2.87

    Posted by Wayne Dubose on 15/05/2015 09:34:19

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