BL 31-08-02

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Last updated 2 September 2002

The last British League race of the season - Watford 31 August 2002

Superb performances left us in second place and still in Division two.

British Athletics League, Watford, Saturday 31st August
100 1 Jonathan Barbour 10.7 1 Daniel Plummer 10.8
200 1 Daniel Plummer 21.7 6 Fabian Collymore 22.7
400 3 Alloy Wilson 48.8 3 Michael Champion 50.0
800 3 David Moulton 1.54.4 1 Anthony Draper 1.56.7
1500 1 Michael Skinner 3.54.1 1 Andrew Rayner 3.56.5
5000 5 Bill Foster 15.05.2 6 Peter Tucker 15.48.1
110H 1 Mensah Elliott 14.0 1 Mohammed Sillah Freckleton 14.5
400H 3 Mensah Elliott 54.7 4 Steve Cooper 58.2
3000s/c 6 Giles Clifford 10.04.6 3 Peter Tucker 10.21.2
HJ 3= Bomene Barikor 1.90   Mohammed Sillah Freckleton n/h
LJ 3 Mark Awanah 7.08 5 Sanjo Bamboye 5.35
TJ 2 Mark Awanah 14.63 2 Marvin Bramble 13.32
PV 3 Allan Williams 4.20 3= Tom Robinson 3.60
SP 7 Mensah Elliott 11.45 8 Alex Pope 9.16
DT 8 Alex Pope 29.16   Karim Chester n/d
JT 7 Andy Hodge 41.75 6 Alex Pope 39.67
HT 7 Karim Chester 46.10 6 Amir Williamson 33.47
           
4x100 4 Mensah Elliott 42.4      
  Dwayne Bovell        
  Michael Champion        
  Daniel Plummer        
           
4x400 1 Anthony Draper 3.18.1      
  Michael Skinner        
  David Moulton        
  Alloy Wilson        
           
           
Match 1 Sale Harriers Manchester 332      
2 Blackheath Harriers, Bromley 311      
3 TVH 309      
4 Enfield And Haringey 304      
5 Windsor, Slough Etc 291      
6 Notts AC 268      
7 Team Solent 172      
8 Bedford 168      
           
Overall 1 Sale 27      
2 Windsor 24      
3 TVH 21      
4 Blackheath Harriers, Bromley 20      
5 Notts AC 18      
6 Enfield And Haringey 17      
7 Team Solent 12      
8 Bedford 5      

 

Photos by Mike Peel

 

Mark Awanah on the up... ...and the down ...and happy as always
Steve Cooper nearing the end... Silky David Moulton Ant 'Pin-up' Draper
Andrew Rayner making up ground Peter Tucker as solid as ever Bill 'Evergreen' Foster
Andy Hodge - well I wasn't allowed to stand in front! Pensive Tom Robinson British Record holder Allan Williams
Michael 'the' Champion Alloy Wilson on his way to 3rd place Mike Skinner about to show the rest the way home
Giles Clifford leading the Steeplechase Mensah Elliott winning the 110 hurdles Ant and baton...
Andrew leading Michael - result was reverse Giles
We got it round... David in full flight...

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