April 2012 to September 2012

Traffic delays add drama to Aldershot SEAA relays

Major traffic jams on the M25 meant some of the runners were delayed and literally made it with seconds to spare at the traditional curtain raiser for the winter season, the South of England Road Relays at Aldershot on Saturday!  The Under 13 girls all arrived without mishap and Katie Mitchell (9.43) and Rebecca Brown (9.29) handed over to Emily Marshall on the last leg in 37th and her 9.20 effort clawed back seven places for finish 30th in the 60 strong field. The Under 15 girls A Team – saw the welcome return of Sarah Wilson after a long injury lay off and her 12.16 leg was the team’s fastest as Amy Baggs (12.28) and Heidi Surman Wells (12.44) finished 40th of the 72 finishers.  The B team were unlucky as final runner Zoe Rudgley arrived at the venue with the second leg underway and despite frantic dash to the start arrived well after Louise Lear (13.59) had finished her leg. Opening leg runner Robbie Nunn had clocked 13.11 and Zoe ran an unofficial 13.18 to make her journey worthwhile. There was more last minute drama in the Under 17 women’s event.  Lydia Hallam led off finishing in10th with 11.12, before Lindsay McLachlan’s 12.43 clocking on the second leg. Bella Woods on the start, having run across the field, pulling her numbered top on to arrive with 10 seconds to spare and ran 12.23 to bring the team home in 17th.  Maureen Lear (18:37), Bobbie Westwood (19:42) and Claire Rudgley (19:43) needed one more runner to make up a complete team of four in the seniors’ event. added 23/9/12 

Injury ruins Josh's Multis medal hopes

Josh Olawore’s hopes of winning an English School Decathlon medal were ruined by injury at Bedford this weekend.  After leadings the Senior Boys' Decathlon Championship overnight by almost 150 points after recording three PBs and two season's bests a leg injury picked up during the high jump meant he could not contest three second day events.  Josh started with a PB in the 100m of 10.98s and a season's best long jump of 7.13m. After shot PB of 12.88m, a season's best high jump of 1.84m and 51.26s PB in the 400m he scored 3788 points on Day 1.  But on Day 2 he was unable to hurdle or pole vault and after registering marks in the discus (27.51m PB) & Javelin (40.63m PB) he toed the line in the 1500m to register a  score to help the team place second. Danny Wilson finished a fine 10th in the same competition after eight individual PBs and a new decathlon best total of 5197 points after 11.93s (100m PB), 5.33m (LJ PB), 12.37 (SP PB - 7th best club U20 all time), 1.63m (PB-HJ) & 52.09s (400m) on Day 1, and 18.63 (hurdles PB), 38.03 (DT - PB), 2.20m (PV PB), 33.13 JT & 4:47.23 (1500m PB).  In the Inter boys' Octathlon Alex Law was also affected by injury and ended up 15th after recording 6.67m (LJ), 28.78m (DT), 30.27m (JT) and 53.32s (PB 400m) and a hurdles PB of 14.01s before a HJ of 1.62m was followed by Alex aggravating his back injury in the shot throwing just 8.79m but he gritted his teeth to run the 1500m in a PB of 5:22.89 to improve his Octathlon points PB score to 4274. Chenice Constable was 29th in the junior girls’ pentathlon with a points total of 2285.  added 18/9/12 

EYAL Squad finish fifth in Top 6 Final

The Eastern Young Athletes squad ended their season with a fifth place finish in the League Top 6 final at Stevenage on Sunday as the good quality opposition brought out a glut of personal bests. The squad had challenged for the lead until half-way but defending champions Chelmsford pipped Basildon to win for the sixth successive year.  The Under 17 men’s squad won their section and the Under 13 girls came close to victory in second. added 17/9/12 

Mercy extends vault record & Inter Counties success

Mercy Gutteridge moved closer to the 3 metres barrier as she improved her club U17 & U20 pole vault record to 2.90m at Southend today. Previously, four senior club members did Essex proud at this weekend’s Inter Counties Championships at Bedford. Kate Cowley won silver in the pole vault with her 3.80m clearance behind Ireland’s Zoe Brown, who went over 3.90m.  Isaac Ogunlade was third in the 400m hurdles with 53.27s, and would have a needed to further improve his week-old PB to have stepped up to silver. Vicky Smith carved almost a minute off her 3000m steeplechase PB clocking 11:09.11s – the second fastest ever by a club female – to finish fifth in the BMC Grand Prix Final and third in the Inter Counties event which it encompassed. Rob Warner was sixth overall in the men’s equivalent 'chase event - and won Inter Counties silver - with his 9m 48.54s clocking. added 27/8/12 

Georgie's record wins National U17 title

Georgie Taylor twice broke her club discus record as she added the England Athletics Under 17 title to her English Schools gold in an exciting contest at Bedford. Georgie took an early lead over UK number 1 Adele Nichol and a new club record of 44.14m - over 2m better than her previous best - held sway until Nichol's 5th round 44.17m seemed to clinch gold by just 3cms. But Georgie rose to the challenge and with the final throw of the competition won gold with another amazing PB and club record of 45.10m. In the same event Rachel Forder was 5th with a fine 39.34m. Robbie Clarricoats ended a fine season over the 100m hurdles which saw him win English schools silver and earn schools' international honours when finishing 6th in the u17 men's final in 13.36s. added 26/8/12 

Robbie & Georgie in International action

Robbie Clarricoats and Georgie Taylor joined the club’s international roll of honour when both won bronze medals for the English Schools’ team in the international against Scotland, Ireland and Wales at Ashford on Saturday. Georgie’s 40.53m earned her third behind UK Number 1 Adele Nicholl (Wales) 44.34m and Ireland’s Hannah O’Sullivan (41.28m) while Robbie was edged out of silver by Scotland’s Jack Lawrie, both clocking 13.5s as England’s Kertis Beswick maintained his winning record. added 23/7/12 

Kate improves vault record again & again
Kate Cowley has twice broken her pole vault record. She added another 5 cms when she cleared a new best of 3.85m at the Woodford Open on Tuesday and yesterday (Saturday) she cleared 3.90m to edge closer to the 4m mark.. The performance puts her into the top 10 vaulters in Great Britain this year  Another fine performance at Woodford came from Max Law, just 10, who threw the U13 javelin an impressive 26.28m, fourth best in the club all time U13 standings, from a young athlete still in the U11 age group who has two full seasons in the U13 age group to look forward to.  Vicky Smith posted her fastest ever 400m time of 63.97s then toed the line for the 3000m where she ran her fastest ever outdoor time of 10:29.74s.  Isaac Ogunlade improved his 400m best to 48.75m at the Tooting Open on Saturday to rank 8th on the club all time list.  added 22/7/12 

Equal second for Southern League squad
The Southern League team were edged out in a three-way battle in their match at Harrow on Saturday, finishing joint second behind the hosts four points behind Worthing. Both teams were runners up - the ladies finishing just three points behind Worthing, with the men 13 points shy of Harrow. Ever-reliable Vicky Smith again starred for the ladies with a hat trick of wins in the 800m, 1500m & steeplechase, Chloe van Wulven won the sprint hurdles A string and B string 400m hurdles, while Claire Brennan taking the B string sprint hurdles and B high jump. Under 17s Georgie Taylor & Rachel Forder won the A & B discus. For the men wins came from Adam McCarthy who returned from injury in the 400m hurdles and Adam Wileman made it a double win in the B string.  Rob Warner and veteran Paul Berrett also completed a double in the steeplechase and Grant Twist won the 3000m, and was second in the 1500m, less than 24 hours after lifting the county 3000m title. In the field. Busy Arron Bonning was the only clubman to take full points, winning the B vault, The result put the squad in mid-table and, with just the final fixture at Norwich on 1 September to come, another season in the top flight seems more or less assured.  added 15/7/12 

Gold, two silvers & a bronze, plus club record in Southern Champs
George Hadler improved his week-old U17 400m hurdles and came close to winning gold at the first day of the South of England U15 & U17 Championships at Watford today. His 54.85s clocking trimmed 0.19s off his record set at the English Schools Championships and almost beat UK Number 1 Stanley Livingston who only won on the run-in.  Michelle Hughes put her English Schools' disappointment behind her winning bronze in the U15 girls 75m hurdles. After winning heat (11.86s) and semi (11.88s) a 11.82s final run earned a podium place.  Tom Pitkin ran well with a 12.67s heat time to win an /U15 Boys' 80m hurdles final place, finishing seventh with 12.87s and Ben Ellis' 800m PB of 2m 13.28s was not enough to progress from the heats.

Rachel Forder starred on Sunday winning the U17 discus and improving her best to 40.61m, with another throw beyond the 40m line, and coming within one centimetre of shot victory with her 10.34m throw for silver.  Robbie Clarricoats had to take on English Schools Champion Kertis Beswick (Croydon) who again come up trumps in 13.12s with Robbie adding silver with 13.36s. Karl Tucker in his first race back from injury was fourth. added 14/7/12 & updated 15/7/12 


Five golds & two bronze in Essex relay champs
Rain-soaked club youngsters returned from Woodford on Friday with an impressive haul of five gold and two bronze medals in the County relays while Grant Twist won the senior 3000m title. The Medley relay teams had a successful evening winning three golds.  The U15 Girls squad of Heidi Surman-Wells (800m), Abi Spink (300m), Michelle Hughes (300m) and Modupe Shokunbi (200m) led from the gun, as did the U17 quartet of Lydia Hallam, Georgie Taylor, Tomi Akingbade & Aisha Kamara.  The boys foursome of Ben Ellis, Thomas Pitkin, Alex Hewitt & Ryan Green also won gold. The U17 Women's 4x100m relay squad of Aisha Kamara, Georgie Taylor, Chioma Abazie (U15) & Tomi Akingbade added a fourth gold and the U15 3x800m trio of Amy Baggs, Abi Spink & Heidi Surman-Wells completed a five-gold haul.  Bronze medals went to the U15 girls sprint relay team of Michelle Hughes, Chenice Constable, Emma Whitby & Modupe Shokunbi, who were impeded by a falling runner, and the U17 women's 3 x800m trio of Isabella Woods, Georgie Taylor & Lydia Hallam added another bronze. Grant Twist was just outside his career best as he took senior 3000m gold with an 8m:54 secs clocking.  added 14/7/12 

Southern Counties bronze for Jack
Jack Edgar-Hill showed that he has made a full recovery from previous injuries when he placed third in the 110m hurdles at the South of England Championships at Crystal Palace on Sunday. His medal-winning time of 14.90s was a legal PB – he has run faster with wind assistance – but would have been much faster and may have earned gold if he had not hit a hurdle hard mid-race when challenging for victory. Patrick Lear was the only other club member to take part, improving his javelin best to 48.50m for fourth place. Meanwhile Richard Morrissey placed third in the 400m at the Irish National Championships with 47.76s.  added 10/7/12 

Five medals, three records in English Schools' bonanza
Two golds, a silver and two bronze medals plus three club records made for a memorable English Schools Championships at Gateshead on Friday and Saturday. Georgie Taylor lived up to her star billing as not only did she lift the title, but also erased one of the longest standing club records when her opening throw of 41.80m  bettered Rosanne Lister's club record of 41.56m set almost 27 years ago  With another year in the age group the new record is on borrowed time with Rachel Forder, who placed fourth at Gateshead with 38.45m, hard on her heels.  Jimi Tele completed an impressive hat trick of triple jump titles, leaping to a new personal best of 15.01m to claim the senior title to add to his Inter Boys' gold in 2010 & and 2008 junior boys' gold. Robbie Clarricoats finished second in the Inter Boys' 100m hurdles in 13.22s but might have won as he clouted the ninth hurdle as he contested the lead. He had further improved his club record to a hand-timed 13.1s in his semi final. George Hadler claimed a surprise bronze medal in the Inter Boys 400m hurdles as his late charge down the home straight almost brought him silver his time of 55.04s sliced almost a second and a half off his PB and also smashed Kevin Lidlow's club record set in 1978. Another bronze went to Josh Olawore whose fourth round 7.03m leap earned him a medal by just one centimetre in the senior long jump. The club's other four members will aim be back next year to improve on their Gateshead performances. Lydia Hallam's Inter Girls' 800m, Debbie Knight's senior girls' javelin, Alex Law's IB long jump  & Michelle Hughes junior 75m hurdles. added 8/7/12  

Ten in English Schools' action
Ten club athletes will be in action at the English Schools Championships at Gateshead on Friday and Saturday. Lydia Hallam is first to see action in the Inter Girls’ 800m heats on Friday and will be need a big personal best to repeat her podium place from the Junior Girls’ event last year.  Also in action on Friday morning Michelle Hughes makes her Schools debut after strong performances in the junior girls’ 75m hurdles. Alex Law won silver last year in the junior long jump but faces strong opposition in the intermediate event. Georgie Taylor won the junior girls discus last year and is second ranked in the older age group this year but has to contend with teammate Rachel Forder who has added 10 metres to her discus best this summer.  Another club thrower is Deborah Knight who makes her debut in the senior girls’ javelin. Robbie Clarricoats placed fifth in the Inter Boys 100m hurdles last summer and lines up on Friday afternoon as one of four closely matched athletes – a clean run will bring a medal. The third club hurdler is George Hadler who has his eyes on the club U17 400m hurdles record of 56.4 after clocking 56.49s earlier this year. Josh Olawore makes his fourth appearance at the Schools’ event and has just one medal from his debut in 2009 when he won triple jump silver.  He challenges for a podium place in the senior boys’ long jump on Saturday afternoon. Jimi Tele will be the final club athlete in action in Norfolk colours, where he is at school, and hopes to mark his final appearance at these championships by adding senior triple jump gold to his two previous titles at junior & Inter level, and last year’s bronze. The final session will be televised on Sky Sports 3 on Saturday afternoon (2pm). added 4/7/12  

Five qualify for National Schools Multi Events
Josh Olawore was close to an impressive 6,000 decathlon points tally as he won on his debut in the Eastern schools multi events competition at Bedford this weekend. (100m: 10.7s; LJ: 7.01m; SP 11.50m; HJ: 1.74m; 400m: 52.7s; 110mH: 14.7s; DT: 27m; PV: 2.80m;  JT: 38.89m: 1500m: 5m 19s: = 5,983 points. Danny Wilson scored a creditable 4989 points (11.1s/5.24m/11.55m/1.59m/54.2s/18.6s/36.90m/1.80m/, 34.20m/ 4m:53s.). Michelle Hughes was also in impressive form in winning the U15 girls pentathlon competition with 2673 points (75mH: 11.5s; SP: 7.40m; HJ: 1.45m; LJ: 4.81m: 800m: 2m 46.2 800m). Chenice Constable impressed with second place in 2425 pts (13.4s/6.75m/1.51m/4.76m/2m 51s).  Alex Law’s first Octathlon resulted in a 4247 points tally thanks to 6.61m LJ; 29.32m DT; 28.76m JT; 54.7s 400m; 14.3s 100mH;  1.73m HJ; 10.28m SP; & 5:35.3 1500m to place fifth. All five will represent Essex in the National Combined evens final at Bedford on 15th  & 16th September. added 3/7/12  

Three gold, three bronze at Eastern Champs

A small contingent of club athletes brought back three gold and three bronze medals from the Eastern Counties Championships at Cambridge on Saturday. Robbie Clarricoats added eastern gold to his county U17 men's 100m hurdles title and added a bronze in the 100m sprint for good measure. Behind him Karl Tucker won hurdles bronze and also made the 100m sprint final, placing seventh. Georgie Taylor added yet another gold to her growing haul when she won the U17 women's discus and Richard Holland won U20 men's long jump gold and was fourth in the 100m final. Rebecca Brown improved her personal best to take bronze in the U13 girls 800m final, with Katie Mitchell also setting new career marks in placing sixth in the same final. Michelle Hughes won bronze in the U15 Girls 75m hurdles and was sixth in the 200m. The club representatives were completed by Aaron Westwood who was 12th in the U13 boys' 800m event.  added 5/6/12  

Robbie record as NYAL fifth at Croydon

The Young Athletes team are facing a battle for Premier Division survival as fifth place at Croydon left them in a three-way fight against Basildon and Ashford to avoid the drop with one fixture to come. Robbie Clarricoats broke the club Under 17 Men’s 100m hurdles record and posted the second fastest time in the UK this year – but finished second as the host’s Kertis Beswick won in a photo finish with both clocking 13.19s.  George Hadler improved his best to 56.49s in winning the A event, the second fastest ever by a club U17. Chenice Constable starred for the Under 15 Girls with a pair of wins in both long jump and high jump and there were five wins from the Under 17 women with powerful duo Georgie Taylor and Rachel Forder contributing four wins in both discus and shot strings and Lydia Hallam improved her best in winning the 3000m. The squad face a difficult trip to threatened Ashford on 17th June – just one day after many of the team will have seen action in the Essex Schools championships. With just five match points covering the bottom three who are level on league points every point will be vital and the team needs a better turn out than has been the case in rounds one & two. added 21/5/12  

Third for Southern League squad at Stevenage
The Southern League Team finished third after losing out in a close three-way battle for the top places in their second match at Stevenage on Saturday.  The ladies piled up the points with wins in nine A strings, six B strings & the sprint relay. Vicky Smith shrugged off an injury to notch two wins in the 800m and steeplechase, and there was a clean sweep in the hurdles as Claire Brennan and Flic Clarke won A & B 400m hurdles, before Chloe van Wulven & Brennan again won both sprint hurdles. Kate Cowley won both pole vault & triple jump A and made it a hat-trick with B javelin victory. There were jumps victories from Hannah Connor Long jump, Tina Quinlivan won the B vault on her league debut and Katie O’Sullivan who returned to club colours after a seven-year break to win the B high jump. Under 17 Georgie Taylor conquered her senior opponents with a discus win while  Debbie Knight added over three metres to her best in winning the javelin and Nina Brennan was the B shot winner. The men faced strong opposition and welcomed back some familiar faces.  Rob Warner & Grant Twist won both steeplechase strings and Anthony Williams on the triple jump. added 21/5/12  


More Olympic Stadium action at UK School Games

George Hadler & Georgie Taylor had the experience of their young careers as both competed for the South East team in the UK School Games held at Stratford's impressive Olympic Stadium on Wednesday. George was in action first, competing in the 400m hurdles, the first race of the afternoon session.  A blistering start put him in early medal contention but he faded in the latter stages to finish sixth, improving his personal best by 0.8 secs to 57.00s, the third fastest time ever by a club Under 17.  He returned to the track two hours later, by which time the weather had worsened, running the third leg of the 4x400m relay as the South-East quartet led from gun to tape to take gold. Georgie opened the discus competition and launched the implement to 39.73m to put the pressure on her competitors but her second-round 32.41m effort was followed by an improved fourth round throw of 39.80m & three no throws. Georgie was overhauled by Awen Rosser of Wales whose 40.04m effort took gold by just 24 cms. Georgie said "I feel really lucky! I had such a great time, meeting so many talented athletes, making new friends, and then having the opportunity to compete in such an amazing venue. It's been a brilliant experience". added 10/5/12 &updated 11/5/12  

Club athletes compete in Olympic Stadium

Eight club athletes sampled the facilities that the best athletes in the world will be experiencing in around 80 days when they competed in the Olympic Stadium last weekend. Shot putter Laurence Goodacre (London Uni) was highest placed of those athletes representing their universities in the BUCS (British Universities) Championships, which served as an Olympic test event. After qualifying for the final with a 12.95m putt, just behind club mate Emmanuel Quarshie's (Coventry Uni) 12.98m qualifier, Laurence rose to the occasion in the final, launching the shot to a new personal best of 13.27m, eight on the club all time list to place seventh. Quarshie's 12.44m throw placed him 10th. Bethan Siddons (Canterbury) had been the first club athlete in action ob Friday clearing 1.60m to rank 11th and book a high jump final place but she was unable to contest Saturday's final. Also in BUCS action were Rachel Kerr (Essex) who ran 29.33s in her 200m heat and Ellie Watson (St Mary's) who unfortunately failed to register  a jump in the triple jump. Three club athletes saw Olympic Stadium action in the elite events arranged by UK Athletics. Richard Morrissey was close to his 400m best, set recently in much warmer conditions in California, clocking 47.23s for fourth while Faye Fullerton (7th - 9m 12.73s) and Lauren Deadman (12th - 9m 18.69s) got their track campaigns off to useful starts. added 8/5/12  

Under-strength YAL team fifth in opener

An under-strength young athletes’ squad missing several start names locked horns with strong opposition but had to settle for fifth in their first round Southern Premier fixture at a bitterly cold and drizzly Norman Park Bromley on Sunday. Robbie Clarricoats starred for the men’s squad, notching up the only two A string victories all afternoon. He won an impressive Under 17 100m hurdles and cruised to victory in the one-lap hurdles. His B string hurdles partner Karl Tucker added the only other male victory winning the B string sprint hurdles. Michelle Hughes provided the headline performances for the Under 15 girls with wins in both A string hurdles and also B string 200m. Lydia Hallam provided the only other female track victory with a classy gun-to-tape front-running effort in the Under 17 women’s 1500m. With the next round at Croydon on Sunday 20th May, the team managers will be hoping to welcome back many missing athletes to ensure an improved result. added 8/5/12  

Southern League team third at Andover

The newly-promoted Southern League teams faced a difficult start to their season as a short-staffed squad took on defending champions Southampton, last year's third place Luton and hosts Andover.  A mix of youth and experience did well to avoid the wooden spoon position, finishing third. Multi-eventer Arron Bonning provided the backbone of the men’s team tackling seven events, and  winning two – the B string 110m hurdles and B javelin and Sam Harrison’s season’s best won the javelin A string, while Arron’s vault partner Phil Groombridge's PB won the B string.  Danny Wilson added the only other track victory with a 400m win. The ladies squad were thinly stretched and experienced Kate Cowley led the way with her highest outdoor pole vault of 3.60m for victory and she added triple jump maximum points. Claire Brennan won the sprint hurdles, and added three second places while.  Georgie Taylor made her senior debut with a discus win and a new shot PB. added 23/4/12  

Georgie closes in on U17 discus record

In only her second competition in the U17 age group Georgie Taylor has smashed the 40m barrier for the first time & closed in on the club U17 discus record with 41.17m throw at Sunday’s Woodford Throws Open to top the early-season UK age group ranking. It was also the fourth longest ever by a club female. Club athletes also posted some good early season marks at the Lee Valley Open on Saturday. Paul Adair improved his PB to 1:56.82s in finishing second in the senior 800m and Isaac Ogunlade dipped below 50secs in his first outdoor competition of the year, winning his 400m heat in 49.97s.  Hannah Connor set a season’s best of 4.80m to win the senior long jump. George Hadler was a comfortable winner of the U17 400m hurdles event, finishing just outside his best with 57.94s to rank fourth in the UK and in the sprint hurdles Robbie Clarricoats ducked under the club U17 record set last year by Josh Olawore with his 13.28s clocking but a strong following wind ruled it out for record and ranking purposes. Michelle Hughes also ran faster than before in winning the U15 200m with a career best 26.99s, with wind assistance, while Chloe van Wulven’s senior hurdles clocking of 15.01s for third was also her best this year. added 17/4/12  

Ladies & Under 15s Third in Alpha Trophy

The track & field season got off to a flying start at a cold & windy Lee Valley on Saturday as the club senior ladies & Under 15 teams placed third in the Alpha Trophy, the first team competition. The Under 15 girls performed superbly to place second in their competition. Wins came from Chenice Constable & Katie Dawson (long jump) Michelle Hughes (hurdles), Chenice (again - B high jump) in a strong team display. Second places went to Heidi Surman-Wells & Amy Baggs (800m & discus), Katie Dawson (B 200m), Modupe Shokunbi (100m) and Michelle Hughes (HJ). The seniors were fourth with wins from Vicky Smith & Gemma Phillips (1500m), Chloe van Wulven (100m hurdles), Flic Clarke (B 400m hurdles) and Bethan Siddons (B high jump). Runners up spots went to Claire Brennan (both hurdles), Vicky Smith (800m), Kate Cowley (HJ).  added 7/4/12  

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