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Athletics Report 9
All Good Things Must Come to an End
Our Junior Women in the New Youth Development League

in the discus. There are also
B string wins for Sam (400m),
Beth (3000m), Rhiannon
(100mH), Ellie D-P (javelin),
Lauren (LJ) and Sonia (PV).
Viv continues her dominance
of the U17 sprints and Leah
(300mH), Yemisi (discus) and
Kerri (TJ) are also victorious
in their events, as are both
U17 relay teams. A reinvented
Windsor win the overall
match by a huge margin,
while SBH have a very bad
day at the office, finishing 5th.
We come 3rd, with Reading
somehow getting the better
of us, but Birmingham is now
looking much closer (and
the chances of ending up
with the nightmare task of a
paper match, thankfully, far
slimmer). The girls still win
their match, though Windsor
are not that far behind.
Copthall 28th July
We re missing Dina again
Lauren Stevens (a long jumper!) taking one for the team! (Team GB commitments
acceptable excuse!) and also
round in one of the sprint new Club record in Germany). many of our middle distance
relays proves costly, but Not many teams could begin squad (box carrying at the
we consolidate our overall to fill that hole, but Shannon Anniversary Games, amongst
position in the League and Hylton, recently selected to other things) with others
we re on direct track for the compete in the World Youth away on holiday. There s still
National Final. (Oh, and we Championship, steps up a job to be done to ensure we
win the womens match by to take the U20 100m and qualify for the final and we set
more than 50 points.) 200m ‘A’ double and sister about it in a workwomanlike
Cheriece, sharpening up for manner. Our sprinters
Reading 30th June English Schools, wins the B maintain their dominance:
We head for Reading 200m. Not to be outdone, the Shannon does another A
for Match 3 without our Brown sisters provide their 100m/200m double in the
taliswoman, Dina (off on own double with Sam 1st in U20 and Viv does the same,
international duty, setting a the 400mH and Gemma 1st once again, in the U17; Maya
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