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Last updated 09 August 2015

The British Athletics League
National Division One - (Senior Men) for 2015

All you need to know is at the BAL website
8 August 2015 - British League - Liverpool 9-08-15
11 July 2015 - British League - Norman Park 12-07-15
6 June 2015 - British League - Southampton 7-06-15
9 May 2015 - British League - Eton 10-05-15

8 August 2015 - British League - Liverpool

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11 July 2015 - British League - Norman Park

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Photos from Jay Galley

 

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6 June 2015 - British League - Southampton

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9 May 2015 - British League - Eton

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Richard Webb receiving the Steeplechase Challenge Goblet from President David Cordell
at the British League match at Eton on 9 May 2015 - photo from Chris Haines

 

1. Windsor Slough Eton & Hounslow 357
2. City of Liverpool 346
3. Southampton 298
4. Blackheath & Bromley 277.5
5. Kent AC 249.5
6. Basingstoke & Mid Hants 232
7. Cardiff 224
8. Herne Hill 189

100. A. 4. James Alaka 10.69 +2.1 m/s. B. 4 Duayne Bovell 10.96 + 1.2m/s
200. A. 4. James Alaka 21.32 +1.5 m/s. B. 6. Duayne Bovell 22.4 + 4.7 m/s
400. A. 2. Dan Putnam 48.01 B. 4. Shaun Cooke 49.55
800. A. 8. Dan Kennedy 2.07.56 B. 8. Peter Tucker 2.13.99
1500. A. 2. Phil Sesemann 3.52.86 B. 1. Alex Bruce Littlewood 3.57.10
3000. A. 3. Will Fuller 8.31.6 B. 1. Alex Bruce Littlewood 8.32.0
110H. A. 6. Mark Cryer 15.24 +2.0 m/s. B. 3. Jack Messenger 16.35 +1.7 m/s
400H. A. 6 Jack Messenger 56.69 B. 5 Richard Holt 62.22
3000 s/chase. A. 3. Richard Webb 9.57.86 B. 2. Dan Kennedy 10.48.01
HJ. A. 7 Mark Cryer 1.80 B. 6. Jon Pairman 1.60
LJ. A. 5 Mark Cryer 6.68 B. 8. Mark Longhurst 4.98
TJ. A. 2. Stefan Amokwandoh 14.48 B. 8. Phil Sesemann 8.83
PV. A. 3. Mark Longhurst 4.20 B. 5=. Jon Pairman 3.00
SP. A. 3. Louis Mascarenhas 14.28 B. 5. Alex Pope 11.96
DT. A. 3. Louis Mascarenhas 47.55 B. 2. Alex Pope 39.15
JT. A. 8. Mark Longhurst 32.25 B. 6. Alex Pope 31.35
HT. A. 2. Tom Parker 54.33. B. 3. Alex Pope 38.42
4x100. 4. Duayne Bovell, Dan Putnam, Shaun Cooke, James Alaka 41.78
4x400. 3. Sam Cartwright, James Alaka, Mark Cryer, Jack Messenger 3.20.44

Points scorers
1. James Alaka 25.5
2. Alex Pope 25
3=. Alex Bruce Littlewood 24
3=. Louis Mascarenhas 24
5. Mark Cryer 22.
6=. Jack Messenger 17
6=. Mark Longhurst 17
8. Dan Putnam 16.5
9. Phil Sesemann 15
10=. Dan Kennedy 14
10=. Tom Parker 14
10=. Stafan Amokwandoh 14
13=. Will Fuller 12
13=. Richard Webb 12
15. Duayne Bovell 11.5
16. Shaun Cooke 8.5
17. Jon Pairman 6.5
18. Richard Holt 4
19. Sam Cartwright 3
20. Peter Tucker 1.

We had a solid start to the season in a hard fought match at Eton moving from 8th place in the early stages and finishing strongly to place 4th. There were no individual A string wins but plenty of good performances throughout the team with personal bests for Louis Mascarenhas (shot) Mark Cryer and Jack Messenger (both 110 hurdles) and an equal best for Jon Pairman in the pole vault.

The ever dependables, such as Alex Bruce Littlewood, Alex Pope, Duayne Bovell, Mark Cryer, Dan Putnam and the new dependables, under 20s Louis Mascarenhas, Will Fuller, Richard Webb and Jon Pairman all scored well.

It was good to have James Alaka and Phil Sesemann back in the team after a two year break and Stefan Amokwandoh in his first competition since an injury earlier in the year. Also pleasing was to welcome some new blood into the team with Shaun Cooke, Jack Messenger, and Sam Cartwright making their debuts, plus some vintage blood with Richard Holt returning in the 400 hurdles at the age of 43.

Special thanks to those who went the extra mile for the Club. Athletically that was Dan Kennedy running the chase almost straight after the 800; Phil Sesemann scoring a point in the triple jump; Mark Longhurst who filled in at the long jump and javelin; and Peter Tucker who was prepared run an 800 two weeks after the London Marathon. Physically it was Phil travelling down from Leeds; Jack and Dan Putnam from Loughborough; and Tom Parker from Cambridge.

Thanks too to Mike Davies and President Dave Cordell for coming to officiate and to all those who came along to support. The next match is on the 6th of June at Southampton

 

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