Happy Birthday this week to Kate Barber, John Dryden, Joshua Edwards, Martin Grey, Teigue McAuliffe, Daniel Payravi, Elli Minster, Victoria Pritchard, James Trapmore, Layla Walker-Lawrence
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UK Youth Development League Results – YDL Southern Premier 1 Full Results 24-07-16 At Eton
WORLD JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS – Took place in Bydgoszcz, Poland from Tuesday19 July to Sunday 24 July.
4x100m – Men (22nd) Heat 1 GB&NI 1st (SB 39.91) taking .08 of a second off their 25 June time, ZANSON PLUMMER ran on Leg 1 and GERALD MATTHEW ran on Leg 4, (23rd) the Final GB&NI finished 6th (SB 39.57) taking .34 of a second off their Heat time, with ZANSON on Leg 1 and GERALD on Leg 4.
NEW MEMBERS IN JULY – We wish you all a very warm welcome, and a happy, healthy and successful 2016 to ELLE HOPPING, ANTHONY KHORASSANDJIAN and LOUIS OCTAVE
IAAF DIAMOND LEAGUE MEETING –
Took place at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park last Friday and Saturday. In an astonishing meeting our Rio bound sprinters were subjected to a deafening wall of sound. In the 100m both OJIE EDOBURUN and DARYLL NEITA up against some of the world best sprinters, both finished 7th in their Heats. In the 4x100m Relay DARYLL again showed what an outstanding talent she has. Following her 4x100m relay Silver Medal in the recent European Championships, DARYLL again ran the final leg in the Great Britain team, coming home in a new National Record (41.81) taking .99 of a second of the time (42.80) recorded at last year’s meeting.
OJIE ran on the final leg for the Great Britain B team, in which they recorded (37.81), just .03 of a second behind the A team (37.78), OJIE was on fire as he was rapidly closing on CHIJINDU UJAH at the finish. SEB RODGER produced a solid run finishing .06 of a second off his season’s best, his (49.35) was the 10th time this year he has run under 50 seconds, and with RIO only 3 weeks away SEB will have his personal best (49.19) in his sights. JADE LALLY with her first throw finished on the podium in 3rd place with (61.85m).
100m – SM Heat 1 OJIE EDOBURUN U23 7th (10.26 w0.1), SW Heat 2 DARYLL NEITA U20 7th (11.30 w-1.3)
400m Hurdles – SM SEB RODGER 6th (49.35)
Discus 1kg – SW JADE LALLY 3rd (61.65m)
MULLER ANNIVERSARY GAMES – We send 6 teams to compete in the Clubs Connect 4x100m Relays, at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. Overall it was an excellent evening with the Under 15 Boys winning and finishing just outside the Club Record which has stood since 1988, the Under 15 Girls were not to be outdone and also finished just outside the Club Record which has stood since 1984, finally the Under 17 Men time took them to No.4 on the SBH all-time list.
Please use this link which is the video of the Under 15 Boys https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=rn-uPDMVYGc&feature=youtu.be
Under 15 Boys 1st (SB 45.28) taking 11.71 seconds off their 2 May time, and puts them up to No.2 on the SBH all-time list, also they are ranked UK No.5 team in 2016, NICHOLAS SHAW, KIERAN BYARD CHAMBERS, MICAH AGYEPONG, and ANDREW NICOLAOU
Under 15 Girls 3rd (SB 50.32) LATIFA HARRIS-OSMAN, SHAKIRA RILEY, DARA APOOLA, ESTHER FATUADE
Under 17 Men 5th (SB 44.21) taking 3.15 seconds off their 29 May time, and puts them up to No.4 on the SBH all-time list, TRISTAN PROCIDA U15, SHINAWAT JAIDEE, JOSH KUMAR, NANA OWUSU C
Under 17 Women 8th (SB 50.94) taking .60 of a second off their 29 May time, BLESSING ADJEI-OKWABI, SOPHIA OBI, JESSICA HURLEY, CHINWE IWUNZE
Under 20 Men 6th (44.59) JACOB SPENCE, LEWIS MCGUIRE, JACOB BERKELEY, DOMINIC ASHWELL
Under 20 Women 2nd (SB 48.64) taking 4.46 seconds off their 29 May time, PAGE FAIRCLOUGH, RACHEL FATUADE, KAYANNA REID, EAVION RICHARDSON
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