Junior league at Banbury


Report and results

Results for the Banbury event Quad kids,  non scoring,  girls   boys

                                                OXFORDSHIRE YOUNG ATHLETES LEAGUE

Two club records and a host of personal best contributed to Banbury Harriers having an excellent day when hosting the second fixture of the Oxfordshire Young Athletes League on Sunday at the North Oxon Academy.

 The records came from the strong under fifteen age group of the club, which in every meeting grows in stature. The first club record went early in the meeting to Helen Dubber when finishing second to Oxford City AC’s Jade O’Dowda in exciting 75metre hurdles, with both girls clocking a time of 11.6s. The second record came in the latter stages of the meeting, this again from the girls when Dubber teamed up with Rebecca Scott, Abbey Anson and Paige Cooper to win the 4x100metre relay in 52.7s. This was only a week after claiming the record at Rugby in the Heart of England League.

  There were other excellent performances in other events also early in the day Scott mastered her new run up in the high jump to win with 1m57cm. Evie Hawkins won the “B” string with a personal best of 1m50cm. The two girls then gained good points in the long jump and the success continued with wins from Emily Thompson and Tia Williams in 1500metres,Anson in the sprints and shot.

 The boys also revelled in the sun with two excellent personal best from Seb Hartwell in the high jump with 1m60cm and in the 200m with a time of 24.8s. Also in the sprints there was good wins from Felix Noble and Jake Stickley.

 In the under seventeen age group Alfie Rowett continued winning and lowering his time in both the 100m and 200m, with times of 11.0s and 23.0s. Also on the track Luke Sherlock won both the 400m and 1500m. In the girls there were seasons best for Beth Hope in the sprints and Cloe Keen in the 300m.

In the under thirteen age group Owen Knox again displayed his talent in the 1500metres winning with ease, as did second string Stanley Bull. In the 75m hurdles Theo Williams achieved a personal best to finish third. The girls produced wins and bests from Maddy Cooper and Emelia Darvell in the long jump and a best throw in the javelin from Matilda Donaghy.

 In the youngest age group Ollie Clamp, Christopher Charles and Callum Davies with inspired long jumping and solid performances in other events, enabled them to finish 2nd, 3rd and 4th of the forty boys taking part.

 In the girls there were good performances from Tegan Armstrong and Caitlin Dubber.




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