Under 20 men
There was a double win in the A string sprints for in-form Josh Parry, the 200m in 22.5 and a PB in the 100m of 10.9. Jordan Layne won the A string 400m in 49.0. Ben Wooding was first in the B string 100m and second in the B string 200m. There was a B string win in the 400m for Will Perkin in a PB of 51.9 and Cameron Almand won the B string 800m in 2.09. Will was second in A string 800m with Cameron second in A string 1500m. Jack Blyth scored well with second in B string 1500m, and third in A string 3000m. Brad Lawrence ran well in the 400m hurdles and Louis Chapman made his debut in non-scoring 100m..
Louis Simmons, Jordan Layne and Josh Penhaligon helped with points in field events. Both relay teams gained maximum points. The 4 x 100m team of Josh Penhaligon, Ben Wooding, Josh Parry and Jordan Layne held off TVH to win in 46.2. The 4 x 400m team of Will Perkin, Jack Blyth, Scott Clare and Jordan Layne won in 3.36.7.
Under 20 women
There was a an A string win in the 800m for Scarlett Wager-Leigh who added second in the A string 1500m. Sarah Cross and Rachel Klima scored well in the short sprints and Hannah Thear ran well in the A string 400m. Sophie Chesterman was second in the B string 1500m. Caitlin Neale did a great job earning points in all four throws and Lisa Fitzpatrick did well in the 100m hurdles and in the long jump, high jump and triple jump. Eden Hudson won the pole vault with an impressive 2.80m given the conditions. The 4 x 100m relay team of Sarah Cross, Rachel Klima, Rochelle Jack and Lisa Fitzpatrick ran excellently to win in 52.7.
Under 17 men
Scott Clare won the A string long jump with 5.75m and took care of the A string short sprints. Morgan Hiles did well in the B string sprints. Ben Layne took care of the A string 400m and Harry Kettle won the B string in 53.6. Harry added third in the A string 800m. George Brown was second in the A string 3000m and Sammy Taylor third in B string 800m. Kai McKenzie scored well in 100m hurdles, high jump and triple jump. The 4 x 100m relay team of
Morgan Hiles, Kai McKenzie, Harry Kettle and Ben Layne ran well to be narrowly second in 47.5, and the 4 x 400m team of Harry Kettle, Sammy Taylor, Ben Layne and Cameron Almand were easy winners.
Under 17 women
There was an A string win in the javelin for Abi Jones with a new PB of 37.88m. B string wins came from Hannah Thear in the 200m, Jess Orr in the 800m, and Emma Kaye in the 1500m. Rochelle Jack ran well in the A string sprints and Emily Bannister scored well in the A string 800m and 1500m. Eden Hudson added to her U20 pole vault win with good points in 300m and high jump. Emily Baxter scored well with a win in pole vault, and good efforts in long jump and discus. Remarkably the 4 x 300m relay, despite featuring only two teams, ended up as a dead heat with the South Bucks quartet of Eden Hudson, Hannah Thear, Scarlett Wager-Leigh and Rochelle Jack crossing the line in 3.07.1, the same time as the Bedford team.
Team South Bucks have won back to back divisional titles and now go into the mix for promotion to Southern Premier Division 2 for the 201