There were wins in the U20 men’s age group for Brad Lawrence in the 400m hurdles and 2000m steeplechase, Jordan Layne in A string 400m and B string 200m, Jack Blyth in B string 1500m, Mateusz Sliwinski in B string 2000m steeplechase, and Rob Sutherland in A string long jump and triple jump. Josh Parry ran well for second in A string 100m and 200m, and Jonty Wager-Leigh for second in the 800m. Kieran Gilfedder was also second in the A string 1500m. Jamie Lloyd was B string 400m.
The U20 women also had a good day. There were wins for Tash Taylor in the A string 800m and 1500m, and Sarah Needleman in the 3000m. Sophie Matthews and Sarah Cross looked after the sprints and there were good efforts in a variety of events from Hannah Shepard, Marissa Robertson, Alice Pattinson, Catlin Neale and Fran Lacey.
The U17 men featured wins for Jonty Wager-Leigh in the A string 1500m, Luke Seymour in the B string 800m, Will Perkin in the A string 3000m, James Kingston in the B string 3000m, Dan Weathers in the 1500m steeplechase, and Harry Sutherland in the shot. There was good back-up from Adam Smith and Josh Penhaligon in the sprints, Scott Clare and Dan Hunter in the 400m, Toby Smith in the 800m, and Fabian Everiss in the javelin.
The U17 women had wins in A string 800m and 1500m from Hannah Thear, B string 800m from Emma Delgado, A string 3000m from Hannah Morton, and A string 300m hurdles from Emily Smith. Strong contributions came from Rochelle Jack and Fran Luttrell in the 200m and 300m, Lois Warne in the 100m, Claire Buttivant in the throws (new Chiltern club record in the discus of 23.59m) and Megan Styles and Fran Lacey across a range of events.
The relays went well with wins for the U20 men’s 4 x 100m – Scott Clare, Jordan Layne, Rob Sutherland, Josh Parry; the U17 men’s 4 x 400m – Scott Clare, Luke Seymour, Jamie Lloyd, and Jonty Wager-Leigh; and a great run of 3.35.8 by the men’s U20 4 x 400m – Brad Lawrence, Will Perkin, Dan Hunter, Jordan Layne.