The team, made up from U17 and U20 athletes from Chiltern Harriers and Wycombe Phoenix, had a good turn-out of forty-two athletes and there were some excellent performances.
A large team all contributed well across track and field. Newcomers Katie Holt and Chloe Zmuda both scored good points, Katie in javelin, high jump and 100m hurdles, and Chloe in javelin and discus. Charlotte Bellamy ran well in 100m (PB of 12.6) and 200m. Grace Storr performed well in B string sprints and high jump, and sister Scarlet covered 100m hurdles and 400m hurdles. Lonia Lowrie ran well in 400m. There was a double win in 1500m from Sophie Morton and Lizzie Barraclough and Cerys Vico and Jess Orr had a further double win in 800m. Emily Sanderson won long jump with 5.04m and Hannah Wells score good points in shot and hammer.
The Under 20 men were a little stronger than at the first match. Morgan Hiles and Ben Layne ran well in the sprints and Jake Alderson helped with PBs in 400m and 400m hurdles. Finn Bell was second in A string 1500m and Cameron Reid won the B string. Harry Cox was second in 800m and Alex Johnson won the B string in a PB of 2.01.6. Fin Dyer was second in 3000m and Kai McKenzie scored good points in high jump and long jump..
A good team effort saw most events covered. A highlight was Lily Holt clearing an English Schools qualifying height with a new PB of 1.66m. Hannah Wells (discus), Millie Hughes (hammer, shot, javelin) and Sade Wallace (hammer, shot and discus) totted up some great points in the throws with Millie scoring a big new javelin PB of 35.71m. Emily Sanderson looked after triple jump.
On the track Charlotte Rigby, Molly Miller, Sian Vico, and Olivia Lowrie did well in sprints. Middle distance proved a fruitful area all day for South Bucks and Emma Styles and Hatty Bell ran well in 800m and Jane Williamson and Emily Alderson scored a double win in 1500m.
Byron Ewing had another good day, scoring well in long jump, javelin and 200m. Louis Greenaway ran well in 100m but had to pull out of the rest of the day with injury. Uwais Tanwir made a good debut in the B string sprints. Tom Hunter and Tom Crockett both had solid runs in 800m and Alex Aldred and Myles Caddell had a double win in 1500m. Rhys Arnold scored a big new PB of 1.70m in high jump backed up by Michael Hall (1.60m), and the duo teamed up to score well in 400m. Matt Clifford scored useful points coming second in 3000m and Hal Burtenshaw did well in long jump and pole vault. The 4 x 400m team of Rhys Arnold, Alex Johnson, Alex Aldred and Cameron Reid won in an excellent 3.34.2 to put them in the top 5 in the national rankings.