The team, a composite of athletes from Chiltern Harriers and Wycombe Phoenix, finished the match in third place from six teams, a good result in what promises to be a strong and competitive division.
Charlotte Rigby, Molly Miller and Sian Vico looked after the short sprints. Sian then took a 300m A string victory in 42.8 and Olivia Lowrie made it a double win, coming home first in the B string in 44.5. Hatty Bell, Soraya Lockwood, Izzie Wijsman and Emma Styles scored useful points in middle distance and Jane Williamson made her season debut to be second in 3000m in 10.42.5.
Lily Holt had a busy day, scoring an A string win in the high jump with 1.60m, second in A string long jump with 4.75m and fifth in 80m hurdles with 12.8. Emily Sanderson was second in A string triple jump with 9.90m, and Olivia Lowrie helped out with B string long jump. Millie Hughes and Hannah Wells did a great job in the throws, Millie scoring a PB in the javelin of 29.10m.
The 4 x 100m relay team of Emily Sanderson, Molly Miller, Lily Holt and Charlotte Rigby were third in 54.7, and the 4 x 300m relay team of Olivia Lowrie, Hatty Bell, Emma Styles and Cerys Vico were second.
Louis Greenaway, Louis Silvester, and Byron Ewing ran well in the short sprints. Angus Williams ran 55.9 to be fourth in A string 400m and Rhys Arnold won the B string in 55.8. Cameron Reid looked comfortable, winning A string 800m in 2.05.3, and Cam Hathaway-Enright ran the B string. There was a double win in the 1500m, with Alex Johnson ahead in the A race with 4.28.6, Harvey Bell ran 4.40.8 to win B string. Myles Caddell was second in A string 3000m in 9.43.7.
Rhys Arnold (1.55m), and Michael Hall (1.50m) were second in the high jumps and Byron Ewing made further contributions in long jump and javelin. The 4 x 100m team of Rhys Arnold, Louis Greenaway, Byron Ewing and Michael Hall took a good win in 47.7 and the 4 x 400m team of Rhys Arnold, Angus Williams, Cam Hathaway-Enright and Cameron Reid were narrowly second in 3.45.5.
Under 20 Women
Charlotte Bellamy, Scarlet Storr and Olivia Lowrie scored useful points in the short sprints. Grace Storr and Sophie Morton kept the momentum going in the 400m, and Carys Vico (2.26) and Lizzie Barraclough (2.32) were second in their 800m strings. Sophie Morton and Emily Alderson looked after 1500m and Scarlet Storr impressed in 100m hurdles and 300m hurdles. Emily Sanderson (long jump) and Grace Storr (discus) helped out in the field. The 4 x 100m relay team of Charlotte Bellamy, Grace Storr, Scarlet Storr, and Sian Vico were second in 52.7, but the 4 x 400m team were unlucky to be disqualified.
Under 20 Men
Morgan Hiles, Ben Layne and Michael Hall ran well in the 100m and 200m. Ben Layne ran 53.6 in A string 400m and Adam Day was second in B string 400m in 53.9. Jake Alderson and Fin Dyer had good runs in the 800m and Angus Williams was second in A string 1500m in 4.13.1, with Finn Bell winning B string in 4.19.8. Fin Dyer and Ollie Jackson took a double win in 3000m with 9.30.1 and 9.37.4 respectively. Kai McKenzie was second in high jump with 1.70m and Morgan Hiles helped out in the shot. The 4 100m team were fourth in 47.5 courtesy of Jake Alderson, Morgan Hiles, Myles Caddell and Ben Layne, and the 4 x 400m quartet of Jake Alderson, Finn Bell, Michael Hall and Ben Layne had a good win in 3.45.2