Cameron Reid tackled 400m and recorded a substantial win, recording a PB of 51.20, just outside English Schools qualification. Alex Aldred also became County Schools Champion, at 800m this time, with a strong front run, in 2.01.1. Alex Johnson was fourth in 2.04.9. More places came from Angus Williams (4.10.3) and Tommy Davies (PB of 4.11.1) in the 1500m who were second and third.
Lily Holt won the 80m hurdles in 12.7 and was second in both high jump (1.55m) and long jump (PB of 4.92m). Millie Hughes won javelin with 27.14m and was fourth in shot with 8.38m.
The 200m saw a big Chiltern presence. James Spicer was third in 24.4, Finn Hobson fourth in 24.5 and Adam Winstanley sixth in 25.9. Finn won the long jump in a PB of 5.66m whilst Adam was third in the 300m in 41.6. In the 1500m Louis Peterson was second in 4.38.9 and Woody Jackson fifth in 5.03.4. Laurie Gawne was sixth in the 800m final in 2.25.5 after running 2.24.0 in the heat.
There was a 1-2-3-4 for Chiltern runners in the 1500m, Orla Williams having a straightforward win in 4.49.4. Alice Brown was second in 5.02.3 and there were PBs for Alicia Bushell (5.04.5) and Jinaan Lockwood (5.07.5) in third and fourth respectively. Abbie Henderson had a great run to win the 800m final in 2.24.3. Holly Henderson ran a PB of 2.25.2 to be third. Gabriella Nero was fourth in her heat in 2.42.8. Serena Gueye was second in the 100m final in a PB of 13.0 and was fourth in shot with 8.53m. Isabelle Nero ran well to make the 200m final where she was sixth in 29.2. Abbie Burton was sixth in high jump with 1.30m and Amelia Peck was fifth in javelin with 26.39m.
Gabi Riley had a busy morning – second in long jump with a PB of 4.14m, third in shot with 7.24m, and fifth in 800m with a PB of 2.47.0. In the boys 800m Sammy Bennetts was fourth in 2.35.0 and Jamie Powell seventh in 2.37.5.