Enrith, 18th May 2013
What a fantastic day; 189 Match Points, 2nd place and some fantastic performances all around! It is obvious from these bare bones that the turnout was good and only five events were left uncovered. I am so proud of you all, thank you for a fantastic day!
The team today was 50% Owen sisters, Hannah, Annabel and Louise plus Ellie Williams, Amy Edwards and Abbie Campbell. Between them they managed to cover all but two events.
I think several PBs were matched or bettered so congratulations to you all.
The Senior Women’s team was predominantly made up of U17 women which makes their performances all the more admirable, competing as they were against some strong senior women.
The team was; Amy Hunt, Rosa Huntingdon, Katie Templeton-Knight, Naomi Harryman, Erin Madsen, Steph Fuller and Isobel and Eleanor Moss.
- Amy Hunt was second in both the 100m and 200m and first inthe ‘B’ Long Jump.
- Rosa Huntington made a welcome debut and finished fourth in the ‘B’ 100m. She also managed a distance of 7.77m which would have placed her second in the ‘B’ Javelin.
- Isobel had a busy day filling gaps in the 200m and1500m, achieving 3rd place in both. She also won the ‘B’ 800m.
- Katie won the‘A’ 800m before she had to dash off to swimming.
- Naomi had a good day and was first in all her events, the Long Jump, Triple Jump and 80m Hurdles.
- Erin won the 300 hurdles, was second in the 80m hurdles and third in the High Jump.
- Steph was 1st in the ‘B’ Shot, second in the Discus and Hammer and second in the ‘B’ Javelin. Although, perhaps her finest performance was in the Triple Jump!
- Finally, Eleanor was second in the ‘B’ Discus and fourth and second respectively in the Shot and Javelin.
There were some cracking performances that will certainly have moved individuals up the rankings both locally and nationally and PBs were definitely broken.
Well done to you all too.
Both teams put out 4 x 100 relay teams and were involved in two exciting races, finishing second each time. The U15s clocked a time of59.3s and the Senior Women 55.7s.
Well done ladies and let’s hope that our ‘home’ fixture in June is just as successful!