There was an A string win for Will Perkin in the 1500m, and B string wins for Jordan Layne in the 200m, Jonty Wager-Leigh in the 1500m (PB of 4.04.4), and James Kingston in the 3000m. There were also good points from Josh Parry in the sprints, Louis Simmons in the throws, and Jack Blyth, Matt Bosley and David Clark in the middle distance events.
A string wins came courtesy of Rachel Klima in the 200m, Hannah Morton in the 1500m and high jump (PB of 1.46m), Tash Taylor in the 3000m, Lisa Fitzpatrick in the 100m hurdles, and Megan Styles in the 400m hurdles. There were B string wins for Claire Baxter in 800m and discus, and Lisa Fitzpatrick in the high jump. Other contributions came from Lois Warne in the 100m, Hannah Shepard in the 200m and 400m, Emma Delgado in 400m and 800m, and Caitlin Neale in the throws.
There were A string wins for Cameron Almand in the 1500m, Dan Weathers in the 1500m steeplechase, Scott Clare in the long jump, and Kai McKenzie in the high jump. Strong support came from Ben Layne and Harry Kettle in the 400m, Jake Alderson in 800m and high jump, Luke Seymour in 800m and javelin, and Sam Howell in 1500m.
Charlotte Bellamy in the 100m, Emily Smith in the 300m hurdles, and Abi Jones in the javelin scored A string wins. B string victories came courtesy of Fran Luttrell in the 200m, and Anna Jones in the pole vault. Good efforts came form Claire Croome and Iona Roberts in the sprints, Hannah Thear in 300m and 800m, Emma Kaye in 3000m, Claire Buttivant in the throws, and Megan Styles across a range of events.
The relay teams all acquitted themselves well with the match finishing on a high note with a win for the U20 men’s 4 x 400m team anchored by a great last leg from Jordan Layne of 49.3.
South Bucks look certain to go into a paper match to determine promotion to the next division up for the 2016 season. The final match of the season takes place at Luton on July 26th.