Page 24 - B&BHAC Gazette Winter2013-14
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Junior teams on road and
cross country in the winter

SEAA road relays in had a tremendous leg coming complete teams. Great runs by
Aldershot 21st September home 50m clear of the ield in Angus Harrington, Peter Guy
Despite not having full 1st place leaving the daunting (with even shorter hair than
last week!) and Henry James
task of holding back a top
numbers out we had some class ield to Jamie Gosnell. Cowie brought the A team
great performances and some Jamie, who only started his home in a very respectable 8th
great team results. serious running career last place. Coleman Corry had a
year for BBHAC, dug in and fantastic leg and along with
ran a determined leg and along very strong runs from Lewis
with Thomas Desborough on Stickings and Lewis Warren
leg 4 brought the team home the B team inished well up the
in a very respectable 14th ield in 17th place. Keir Lundy
position. Richard and Will was lead off leg for C team and
timed exactly the same and his strong leg along with great
U15 girls silver medal winners were joint 8th fastest of the runs from Harrison Parker and
day. Great running.
Callum Myatt saw them inish
Naomi Kingston, Kelsey Fuss and in a creditable 36th place. It’s
Jessica Keene National Road Relay worth pointing out that 6 of
The U15 girls’ teams led the Championships, Sutton these boys have never run
way with the A team winning Coldfield 13th October in a National Championship
silver medals and their B team Despite the persistent rain before but all coped well and
coming 17th. all day yesterday we had 32 produced some great results.
The U13 clash of ixtures with tough and determined athletes The U15 boys had two
the KCAA champs meant travel to Birmingham for complete teams with 3 of the
we only had Ben Gardiner the National Road Relay 6 boys being new to this event
running in the boys age group Championships. Many left while the other three all posted
but the U15 boys all ran strong home before 7am but were personal best times on their
legs bringing them home greeted by the Blackheath legs. Joss Barber, Aleksander
in a creditable 12th place. and Bromley tent and banners Wiltshire and Jake Potter
Aleksander Wiltshire had the already set up in a prime collectively brought the A team
task of leading the team out location and relatively dry! A home in a strong 20th position
massive thank you to Hanna
followed by the B team of Niyi
on leg 1, Marco Arcuri ran leg and Dave Cordell and track Akin Agunbiade, Charlie Davis
2, Jake Potter took leg 3 with manager (amongst other and Josh Davidson inishing 14
Will Pope inishing with leg 4. things) Ken Daniel for getting places behind in 34th position.
U15 boy Scott Bulmer led there early, setting up the The U17 boys inished in a
out the B team on leg 1 but tent and staying late to clear respectable 17th place overall
we were unable to ield a full away when everyone had gone with great runs from Richard
second team. In the U17 men’s home. Webb and Will Fuller giving
race Richard Webb had a great The U13 boys were best inal leg runner Bailey Stickings
irst leg passing over to Will represented on the day, with the onerous task of trying to
Fuller in 6th place. Will also 9 boys making up three hang on whilst racing alongside
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