In a division of eight good clubs, the Chiltern team performed well to finish in third place, well ahead of local rivals Vale Of Aylesbury and Wycombe Phoenix.
There was a clean sweep in middle distance. Alden Collier made his track debut with a stunning win in the 800m A string, running 2.18.7, one of the best times nationally so far in the age group. Isaac Jessop-Tranter was equally dominant in the B string in a PB of 2.27.9. Isaac and Alden also helped out in shot. In 1500m Max Baxter won in 5.01.6 with Leon Doran second, winning the B string, in 5.08.1. Charlie Ventress did well in 200m and 75m hurdles and John Broadis ran 100m and was third in A string javelin with 20.16m. Ethan McCall was third in A string high jump and fourth in A string long jump with Euan Pinder third in B string high jump. Alex Hughes was third in B string long jump. Alfie Clifford was in B string javelin and had a good battle in non-scoring 80m with Gabriel Strutton-Smith, with Gabriel just ahead at the end. Oliver Spicer ran well in B string 100m and 200m and Archie Pinder ran well in non-scoring 100m. The 4 x 100m team of Archie, John, Gabriel and Alex
A young team battled hard all day. Marea Logan was the best placed A string athlete, second in the 1200m in 4.14.9 and also helped in B string shot. Olivia Clarke had a good day, second in B string 1200m, 75m hurdles, and third in B string high jump. Roxy McLellan was fourth in A string high jump and helped in B string 150m and A string long jump, Izzy Martin ran well in A string 75m and 150m, and Lily Jessop-Tranter had a busy day in A string 800m and B string 75m. Jo Snelling and Beth Togneri ran well in non-scoring 75m and Beth did well in A string shot. Lucy Wilkinson ran well to be second in B string 800m in her debut in the event. Savranah Pandya and Beth Togneri also had very good runs in non-scoring 800m with Sav helping out in A string hurdles and B string long jump.
Adam Winstanley was closest to an A string win, just pipped in the 300m in a new PB of 40.00. Adam also ran well in A string 200m. Saajan Jassy ran well in A string 100m and B string 200m and contributed in B string long jump. and Rex Vidal scored useful points in B string 100m, A string long jump and A string shot. In middle distance Matt Aldred had a solid run in A string 800m and Thomas Askey ran a huge PB of 2.13.9 to be a close second in B string. Laurie Gawne ran a big PB in 1500m of 4.46.3 and Sammy Bennetts ran well in B string and also contributed with B string discus. Noah Hobson had busy day in A string 80m hurdles, B string shot and A string discus, and Jerry Anderson helped in A string high jump and B string javelin. Jamie Shepherd made his YDL debut, fourth in B string 300m and winning non-scoring 800m.
A strong team performed very well. Debutant Chisom Nwafor was second in high jump in a PB of 1.56m and also performed well, being third in A string 100m and A string shot. Serena Gueye won B string 100m and Jemma Thomson ran well in A string 200m and 300m. Alice Brown had a very good day, second in A string 800m and fourth in B string 300m. There was a double win in 1500m with Maddie Hughes and Ellie Shield scoring the points. Gabi Riley performed well in A string hurdles and long jump, and B string 200m, and fellow mulit-eventer Jess Cook did well in B string hurdles, high jump and shot. Rosa Williams was third in B string 800m and fourth in B string high jump. Caitlin Gregory was third in A string hammer and discus and Amlia Peck threw a Pb of 30.23m in javelin with Ellie Shiled looking after the B string. The 4 x 100m team was an excellent second courtesy of Gabi, Chison, Jemma and Serena, and the 4 x 300m team of Maddie, Rosa, Ellie and Alice was sixth.