In dry but blustery conditions there were some great performances on show.
Adam Winstanley won the 300m race in a good time of 39.90. Adam is consistently below 40 seconds this season. Oakley Denson ran a very big 800m PB of 2.16.05 to be third in a high quality race. In a very tight race Saajan Jassy ran a strong PB to be third in 100m in 12.07.
Jemma Thomson had a good day, bagging two PBs and a win. Jemma won the 300m in a new best time of 43.51 and was second in 200m, again in a new best, of 27.06. Maddie Hughes won 1500m in 5.03.08, with Ellie Shield 5.17.27 and Hannah Ashby 5.33.27. Caitlin Gregory was in great form in the throws with PBs, and wins, in hammer - 24.54m, and discus - 20.57m. Tia Lomas was fifth in 800m in 2.35.63 and second in long jump with 4.11m.
Isaac Jessop-Tranter had a busy day. Isaac was second in the 100m in 13.37, after a PB of 13.36 in the heat. Oliver Spicer ran PB of 14.90 in the final after 15.00 in the heat. Isaac also scored a win in 800m with 2.22.46 with Archie Pinder second in 2.24.24. Leon Doran was sixth in 2.29.57 and Toby Bartlett 11th in 3.12.30. Euan Pinder won 1500m in a stunning time of 4.43.69 to go 14th on the national rankings. Callum Powell was third in 5.09.45 and Alex Hughes fourth in 5.09.97. Euan continued his good day with a PB of 1.33m, and second place, in the high jump. In long jump Archie Pinder jumped 3.39m and Alex Hughes 3.37m. John Broadis won shot with 7.03m and javelin with 29.36m, and Issac was third in shot with 6.68m.
Mila Luker won 75m in 10.77 after a windy PB of 10.74 in the heat. Also in the final were Sofia Lomas (11.51 - PB), Isabel Martin (11.67) and Jo Snelling (11.77). Georgia Potts (11.81) and Marea Logan (11.87) ran in the heats. Georgia ran the 150m final in 24.03, after a heat time of 23.37. In the heats Isabel Martin ran a PB of 23.11, Jo Snelling 23.38, Sofia Lomas 23.40, Paige Robinson 25.49, and Emma Readman 25.50. In 800m Marea Logan ran well to be second in 2.32.47. Lucy Wilkinson was fourth in a PB of 2.38.16, and Savarnah Pandya seventh in a PB of 2.45.33. In a second 800m heat Olivia Clarke won in 2.42.94, Lily Jessop-Tranter ran 2.49.18 and Jo Snelling 2.52.34. Lesedi Nkoane ran an excellent race to win 1200m in a PB of 3.49.18, to go fourth in the national rankings. Other PBs came form Alice Peckham 4.25.67, Beth Togneri 4.26.63, and Emma Readman 4.59.31. Savarnah Pandya ran a PB of 15.78 in the 70m hurdles final.
In the field, Lesedi Nkoane was third in high jump with 1.15m, and third in long jump with a PB of 3.87m. Fourth on count back was Mila Luker, also with 3.87m, and Marea Logan was seventh with a PB of 3.64m. Other PBs came from Lucy Wilkinson (3.35m), Georgia Potts (3.27m), Emma Readman (3.16m), and Alice Peckham jumped 3.21m. Savarnah threw a PB of 4.53m in shot and Beth Togneri a javelin PB of 11.27m.
Year 3-4 Girls
Kara Gorman 75m – 14.12, 600m - 2.15.16, LJ – 1.89m, Howler -7.82m – 9th overall
Year 3-4 Boys
Jack Martin – 75m 11.96, 600m - 2.05.25, LJ – 3.06m, Howler – 23.81m – 2nd overall
Oscar Gregory – 75m 13.32, 600m – 2.10.51, LJ - 3.51m, Howler – 22.52m -3rd overall
Year 5 Girls
Charlotte Grosse – 75m – 12.20, 600m – 2.04.87, LJ - 3.36m, Howler – 16.70m – 3rd overall
Marli Nkoane – 75m – 13.24, 600m – 2.01.31, LJ – 2.46m, Howler – 17.26m – 9th overall
Buckinghamshire U15/ U17 3000m Championships
The Bucks AA U15/U17 3000m Championships was run as part of the meeting. In the U15 Boys race Thomas Redmond won in his debut at the event in 9.44.73 with Woody Jackson third in 11.08.17. In the U17 Men’s event Ben Jackson was fourth in 9.54.16 (PB) and Luke Martin sixth in 10.19.63 (PB).
In the U17 Girls race Orla Williams won gold in a PB, and English Schools qualifier, of 10.19.53.