Results on the YDL Website
Under 13 Girls
The standout U13 girl performance was Lily Holt gaining a PB of 1.45m in the high jump. Although a great jump, this was only enough for third place in this high calibre league. Lily also ran a PB of 12.9 in the A string 70m hurdles. Katie Stocker also ran a PB of 12.9 in the B string hurdles and there was a PB for Olivia Cameron in the 1200m of 4.11.7. Support across several events came from Mehma Bhandal, Lucia Gonzalez-Bohr, Sophie Webb, Orla Williams, Olivia Scarles, and Millie Hughes.
Under 13 Boys
Angus Williams and Nathan Hackley made it a double win in the 1500m, with Nathan getting a PB of 4.59.9. Support came from Oliver Ayres, Finbar Blount, Tom Hunter, Louis Greenaway (PB in the 100m of 13.9) , Zach Rahaman (PB in the 800m of 2.39.3) and Ethan Smith.
Under 15 Girls
There was the usual spread of solid displays amongst the Under 15 girls. A highlight was a win for the 4 x 100m relay team of Mia Henson, Ella Merten-Mancer, Maya Bhat and Louise Lyons-Appiah in a season’s best time of 52.2. Ella, Maya and Mia all gained good points in the sprints with Mia adding a great new PB of 4.70m in the long jump. Middle distance was taken care of by Sandie Pohlman, Jemima Taswell-Fryer, Robyn Watkins, Beth Welham and Emily Alderson. Beth also did well in the throws, and Amber Hitchcock scored useful points in hurdles, shot and discus. Joanna Lynch and Lauren Armstrong also made good contributions.
Under 15 Boys
The Under 15 boys taking part were all first years and show great promise. With a few key people away, points were hard to come by for the inexperienced team. However, the 4 x 100m relay showed the potential of the sprint squad with Oliver Jackson, Felix Hale, Alex Burn and Joe Eggleton recording 50.6 for second place. Felix, Alex and Harry Russell looked after the individual sprints, with Cameron Reid, Phoenix Everiss, Ben Howell and Oliver Jackson the middle distance, with Oliver getting an 800m PB of 2.27.3. Other contributions came from Kristian Everiss, and Ben Smith.