April 2014 to September 2014

 

Michelle silver in English Schools' heptathlon

Michelle Hughes' superb season ended on another high as she won silver in the English Schools Inter Girls Heptathlon, at Boston earning her selection for the England team in the Indoor pentathlon international in Glasgow in December.  Michelle took an early lead winning the first event the 80m hurdles and went further in front after a high jump PB of 1.70m. She held onto first place by 40 points after Day 1, but UK number 1 Anna Rowe took over after the long jump and went on to take gold. Michelle's javelin throw of 31.30m in tricky windy conditions and a near-PB in the 800m ensured that she finished in a new PB score of 4841 points, 66 points ahead of bronze medallist Ellen Barber of Somerset, Essex also finished second in the team stakes. Her younger sister Mayi Hughes acquitted herself well in her first national competition, finishing 21st in a field of 40 in the junior girls' pentathlon in a new PB points score of 2650, to head the Essex contingent. Mayi set new PBs in the shot & 800m and equalled her high jump best. There was disappointment for the third club representative however as Alex Law tweaked a hamstring in the 100m, the first event in the senior decathlon, and later withdrew. added  21/9/14 

Photo: Trish Tippett (Via Facebook)

Farewell to Dave Bland

As many of you know Dave Bland sadly passed away last week a few days short of his 76th birthday.

Dave was a former member of Hornchurch Harriers and was one of the founder members of Havering AC in 1968. His endurance coaching group during the 1970s onwards produced many fine athletes, including his son Matthew. 

As a veteran athlete he was a member of the all-conquering M50 squad who won National medals on several occasions and he gave many years of loyal and active service to the club as a coach, team manager and volunteer. Dave had battled leukaemia for many years but sadly it returned earlier this year and he died after a short illness.   
 
We now have a confirmed date and time for the funeral:-
 
DATE; Thursday 25th September
TIME: 11AM
VENUE : Bentley Crematorium, Ongar Road followed by a reception at Ashwells, Ashwells Road, Bentley.
 
Family flowers only please, donations in lieu if desired to Leukaemia & Lymphona Research, C/O Bennetts Funeral Directors, 120 High Street, Brentwood, Essex, CM14 4AS ( or direct to 39/40 Eagle Street, London, WC1R 4TH)'


added  15/9/14 

 

Max ends summer with another record

Some fine performances in the club championships at Hornchurch on Sunday brought to a close a good summer for club athletes.  Once again Max Law stole the show. His winning 49.84m javelin best added over three metres to his week-old club record and it was the second longest ever by a UK Under 13 boy. Max also threw the U15 spear for the first time & exceeded 40m and was close to his best in winning the discus.  Alex Law showed that his injury woes are behind him as he jumped a season's best in the long jump, while Michelle Hughes prepared for her English Schools' heptathlon final next week with a long jump PB. Jairzinho Morris, not content with breaking the 100m, 200m & long jump records for U13s this season, tackled the high jump and leapt to second on the club all time list with his 1.53m clearance, while runner up Ben Hamberger's PB of 1.50m took him to fourth all time.  There was some fine sprinting as Jade Kavanagh got the better of Caitlin Saggers in both U13 sprints and Lewis Bailey signed off from the U17 age group with sprint victories against older opposition with a 100m PB of 11.1s - fourth fastest by a club U17 - and equalled his 200m best.  added  15/9/14  & Pics

 

EYAL Squad end season on high

The Eastern Young Athletes squad ended their season on a high with a fine third place is the League’s Top 6 Trophy Final at Basildon on Sunday. 

The good weather & strong competition from the strongest clubs in the league brought ought the best in the squad who recorded a glut of PBs and three club records, while both Under13 squads showed that things are looking good for the future with wins in their age group sections. added  8/9/14 

Link to Havering AC Results (PDF)  

 

 

Under 17 trio in South East School Games team

The club’s most successful trio of Under 17s represented the South East in the prestigious Sainsbury’s School Games with mixed fortunes in Manchester on Friday. Michelle Hughes once again showed her dominance of the 300m hurdles event as she again took gold to add to her amazing season’s medal haul. Despite stuttering badly at the penultimate hurdle, which probably cost her another PB, she never looked like being headed winning in 43.90s and later in the day she added silver with the 4x300m relay squad.  Modupe Shokunbi missed out on a 100m medal finishing fourth in the 100m in a blanket finish as she clocked the same time (12.19s) as third and just two hundredths shy of silver (12.17s). There was some consolation as she was part of the silver medal winning South East 4x100m relay squad. Tom Pitkin’s brilliant season however ended in disappointment as he fell heavily as the seventh flight of his 400m hurdles event when contesting the lead and he was also out of the luck in the 4x400m relay as the South East squad placed fourth.  But it takes nothing away from his season which has brought multiple medals. added  8/9/14 

 

Michelle gold, Tom bronze in EA Champs

Michelle Hughes added the England Athletics 300m hurdles title to her English Schools' gold  with a flawless display at Bedford today.  Her winning time of 43.22s in difficult windy conditions was a new PB & club record, improving on her Schools' winning time. Tom Pitkin also added England Athletics 400m hurdles bronze to his growing collection of medals with his 56.52s clocking.  Modupe Shokunbi was just outside the medals finishing fourth in the 100m (12.01s) & fifth in the 200m (25.01s) and on the way clocked her fastest ever times with wind assisted times of 11.78s & 24.83s. Michelle Hughes also added 80m hurdles fifth with her 11.62w run, with Lucy Bailey running 12.06w in her heat. Sonny Nash was ninth in the javelin with 48.07m.  added  31/8/14 31/8/14 & 1/9/14 

 

Four gold, 3 silver, 7 bronze at last day Essex Champs

There were 14 medals to add to the club's county medal tally as the final day of the Essex Championships took place at Southend on Saturday. There were four golds: U13 Boys 4x100m squad of Max Law, Tobi Idowu, Sam Mezoori & Jairzinho Morris; U15G 3x800m squad of Jessica Mitchell, Katie Mitchell & Kate O'Neill; U15B 3x800 trio Oliver Morter, Lewis Debenham Sam Atkins; and senior women's 4x100m quartet Zoe Young, Claire Brennan, Emma Christmas & Nina Brennan. Silvers: Rob Warner & Bella Woods (Chase), SW 4x400m; Bronze: Matthew Braybrook (Chase); SM 4x100m; U17M 4x400m; U15B 3x300m; U13B 3x800m; U13G 3x800m; U17W 3x300m   added  31/8/14 & 1/9/14 

 

Inter Counties medals for Craig & Vicky

There were medals for Craig Lacy & Vicky Smith as seven club athletes competed at this weekend's CAU Inter Counties Championships at Bedford. Craig's 65.99m javelin throw, which won silver for Middlesex, was a season's best and was his longest throw since joining the club, taking him to second on the club all-time list. Vicky Smith's 11m 34.63s steeplechase clocking in Essex colours earned her the bronze for the Essex ladies team who were runners up. 

Laurence Goodacre threw 14.99m for fifth in the shot to add good points to the Essex Men's winning tally and Rob Warner was close to his season's best in finishing 10th in the steeplechase with 9:38.98s.

Lydia Hallam ran well against senior opposition for seventh in the 800m with 2m 13.44s, while Louise Lockwood's javelin throw of 41.10m placed her eight and Georgie Taylor was ninth in the discus throwing 41.81m .  added  24/8/14

 

Four medals in SEAA U15 & U17 Champs

There were four more medals - one gold, two silver  & a bronze for our most successful trio of athletes at this weekend's South of England U15 & U17 Championships at Crystal Palace. Michelle Hughes set the ball rolling on Saturday on what was to be a busy weekend when she added Southern gold to her English Schools victory with a 44.27s clocking. Michelle also placed in both the 80m hurdles & 200m, finishing sixth in the hurdles (12.04s) & seventh in the 200m (26.23s). Modupe Shokunbi won silver in the 100m to UK Number 1 Imani Lansiquot with her 12.41s clocking and added bronze in the 200m with 25.33s.  Tom Pitkin shrugged off a back injury to take part & was close to his best with a gutsy 55.45s to win another silver medal.  There were also finals places for Sonny Nash whose 45.77m javelin throw placed fifth, Freya Gutteridge who threw 34.24, for U17W discus sixth, and Mayi Hughes with a 5.05m long jump PB for seventh. Also in action but missing out on final places were Lewis Bailey in the U17M 200m (23.99s) & Becca Brown (U15G 800m).   added  18/8/14

 

Under 13 Boys' record for Jairzinho

Jairzinho Morris made the club Under 13 record his own when taking a full second off the shared mark when running an amazing 24.49s in Essex colours at the Under 13 Inter Counties competition at Kingston.  But he had to again concede victory to rival Surrey’s Charles Hagan who clocked 24.29s for victory.  Jairzinho was also runner up in the 100m.  Max Law had a win double in both discus & javelin, with his winning mark in the javelin over six metres ahead of the rest. Also in Essex action was Millie Hodges who set a PB of 11.79s in placing second in her 70m hurdles race.

Club athletes returned from the Eastern Counties Championships at Cambridge on Saturday with four medals – two silver & two bronze.  Lucy Bailey (80m hurdles) & Alice Martin (javelin) both won silver medals in the Under 17 age group while Becca Brown (800m) & Katie Mitchell (1500m) added bronze in the Under 15 category. added  28/7/14

 

Six in Under 17 Southern Inter Counties action

Six club Under 17s pulled on county vests at the Southern Inter Counties match at Portsmouth on Sunday. Freya Gutteridge was best placed of the Essex contingent placing second in the A discus with 34.79m while Sonny Nash won the B javelin for Kent with 47.67m throw. Matt Braybrook's 800m PB of2:07.3s placed him 5th in the B, while Ella Lindsay's triple jump of 10.61m was 3rd B. Alice Martin was 4th in the B javelin with 27.36m & Michael Duncan was 6th in the A discus with 31.36m as Essex placed third overall.    added  21/7/14

 

 

Three win medals in Schools International

It was another great day for club athletes as all three Havering representatives in the England team returned from Cardiff with medal winning performances. Tom Pitkin was first in action and made the podium with his bronze-medal winning run of 56.02s in the 400m hurdles behind Wales' Ryan James and English Schools winner Rueben Cole. Although disappointed with his time - which would have been a PB before his English Schools results, Tom was naturally delighted to win his England vest. Michelle Hughes won silver in 43.35s, marginally slower than her English Schools winning time but her second fastest ever clocking. She was beaten by Ireland's Amaris Borel but finished ahead of ESAA runner up Devon Brimecome & Abigail Bowers, Wales who tops the UK rankings. Michelle also won relay gold with England's winning 4x300m quartet. Modupe Shokunbi was edged into bronze for the second successive week, clocking 12.17s and also won gold with England's winning 4x100m sprint quartet  added  20/7/14

 

Eight in Senior Inter Counties

The club was well represented in the winning Essex team as eight club members competed at the Southern Inter Counties meeting at Mile End on Sunday. With eight team members absent at the English Schools Championships and others unavailable due to Sunday’s Inter-Counties fixture this was always going to be a tough fixture and some great individual & team efforts could not avoid the wooden spoon position. Lydia Hallam’s season’s best won her the 1500m event and Vicky Smith showed no ill effects from her super-human efforts at Saturday’s Southern League when she won the steeplechase. Laurence Goodacre’s bettered 15m for the first time to win the shot competition and is now just 23cms shy of Scott Hayes’ 23 year old club senior record. Emmanuel Quarshie won the B string as did Craig Lacy in the B javelin. Rob Warner was runner up in the steeplechase as was Tayla Humm in the 100m B race on her Essex debut.  Also wearing the red county vest were Bethan Siddons, equal third in the high jump and Louise Lockwood, fourth in the javelin. added  17/7/14

 

Hornchurch Stadium Closure

As you may be aware, Hornchurch Stadium is to be closed for a period of six weeks commencing Monday, July 21st to enable Local Authority contractors to upgrade the floodlights and electrics. On Health & Safety grounds, the Stadium will be a ‘closed site’ with no access for training or any other purposes. AFC Hornchurch are similarly affected in that their pre-season friendly matches will all be away fixtures and their opening league games will have to be held at neutral grounds.

For our part, the Club is making arrangements with local schools (Campion and Coopers) for training sessions to take place at those venues. Some Coaches may choose to use local parks whilst others may decide to use other tracks (eg Thurrock) for occasional use.

Your Coach will advise you what the arrangements will be for your training group. Every effort will be made to update the Club website with such details. No track fees will be payable at either school but may be at Thurrock. Your coach will keep you informed.

This situation will make it more difficult for Team Managers to talk to athletes in the days prior to competitions so do please try to make sure that your Team Manager (and Coach) has an up-to-date contact number or e-mail address. added  10/7/14

 

Club athletes shine in Schools Cup Final

The  club was well-represented in the English Schools Cup Final at Bedford last weekend with athletes in action for the Coopers Coborn & other school teams. In the Inter Girls' competition where Coopers placed fifth, there were wins for Riva Siggins (CCCS - discus) & Ella Lindsay (Brentwood School),  Ella was also second fastest in the 300m. Amy Baggs was third in the 800m, with Emily Marshall sixth, both PBs, while Abigail Shipton was fourth in the100m, as was Elysha Thatcher-Gray (shot - PB).  In the Junior Girls there were second places for CCCS students Isobel McDonach (shot - PB), Becca Brown (800m), and Isabella Purdie (long jump & third hurdles PB). Katie Mitchell (CCCS) was fourth in the 1500m, with Kate O'Neill (Brentwood Ursuline) fifth, and Millie Hodges was fifth fastest in the hurdles. Also in the Coopers Junior Girls team who finished second were Sophie Rand, Elizabeth Adams & Philippa Gill while Natasha Dowie & Katherine Buckley were in the Brentwood Ursuline team who were third in the same competition . added  8/7/14

 

National Gold & silver for Kieran

There was two fantastic performances from 15 year old club member Kieran O'Hara who last weekend in Manchester won U17 800m gold (PB 2:24.70s) & 400m silver (64.62s PB) at the MENCAP National Championships. This is a superb achievement from a young athlete who until five months ago had never done any running and who according to coach Claire Richards has taken to athletics like a duck in water, despite his learning difficulties.

We're sure we'll see many more medals & PBs from this talented young man. Well done Keiran! added  4/7/14

 

Three book Schools' National Multi Events places

Havering will have three athletes in the English Schools’ Combined events National Final in September after the Regional Finals at Corby this weekend. Michelle Hughes improved her best in three of the seven events and equalled two other PBs on her way to second place in the Intermediate Heptathlon with a huge new best score of 4781 points, adding over 500 points to the club record in the process.  After equalling her best of 11.5s in winning the 80m hurdles, Michelle improved her high jump best from to 1.66m, A shot win in 10.20m was backed up by a PB equalling 200m victory in 25.6s to end Day 1 ahead. On Day 2 Michelle was close to her long jump best with 5.09m, before adding seven metres to her javelin PB with 32.20m, and carving seven seconds off her 800m best with 2m33s  Alex Law cantered through the two-day decathlon to help the Essex team clinch a final place in only his second outing after injury.  Alex had two notable PBs on his way to a fifth place finish, improving his pole vault best to 2.90m and launching the javelin over 40m for the first time, with 40.24m. Mayi Hughes was in action in the Junior Girls’ pentathlon & it’s understood that she also placed second added  30/6/14

 

Three in British Championships action

Three club athletes were in action at the British Championships & European Trial at Birmingham this weekend. Lauren Deadman was a fine seventh in a very competitive 5,000m race, setting a season’s best of 16m 07.38s after a strong finish and would surely have been close to her career best of 15:46 in warmer & calmer conditions as she was under 30 seconds down on Emelia Gorecka (15:40.65) and Jo Pavey (15:40.90) who have both run close to 15 minutes this year. Georgie Taylor was disappointed by her distance of 39.19m which placed her twelfth in her first senior national championships but enjoyed the experience which should stand her in good stead for the future, and Louise Lockwood had similar emotions after throwing 39.27m for tenth in the javelin competition won by the returning Goldie Sayers. Louise said afterwards “It wasn’t a great throw for me but what an amazing experience, I've witnessed some amazing athletics this weekend and I'll be looking to improve at the next one!!” added  30/6/14

 

EA U20/U23 Champs & ESAA Selections

There were good performances but no medals at this weekend’s England Athletics U20 & U23 Championships at Bedford. Laurence Goodacre’s career best of14.81m not only placed him sixth in the U23 shot but took him closer to the club record of 15.35m set in 1991, a year before he was born.  Georgie Taylor & Rachel Forder also finished outside the medals in fourth & sixth in the U20 discus while Duane Jibunoh was fifth in the U20 men’s equivalent. Lydia Hallam showed she is rounding into form with a season’s best in the 1500m, placing ninth.

Nine club athletes have been selected to complete in the English Schools’ Championships to be held in Birmingham on 11th & 12th July: Senior Girls' Discus: Georgie Taylor & Rachel Forder; Senior Boys' discus: Duane Jibunoh; Senior pole vault: Mercy Gutteridge & Ed Thompson;  Inter Girls 300mH: Michelle Hughes, Inter boys' 400m H: Tom Pitkin; Senior 400mH: George Hadler. Inter Girls 100m: Modupe Shokunbi  added  23/6/14

 

Four medals & club record at SEAA Champs

There were four medals and a club record as a small group of club athletes contested the South of England Under 20 and senior championships last weekend at Crystal Palace. In the Under 20 discus Georgie Taylor and Rachel Forder were both short of their best but did enough to win silver and bronze with 42.25m & 39.89 respectively.  Duane Jibunoh broke the 50m barrier for the first time in the Under 20 men’s discus, throwing 50.52m for another silver and Ed Thompson’s 4.20m pole vault clearance also won him silver in the U20 competition. Mercy Gutteridge’s second time clearance at 3.30m further increased her club Under 20 pole vault record and placed her ninth while Lydia Hallam's 800m season's best of 2:13.39s placed her fifth in the U20 race. Louise Lockwood (38.68m) & Emma Christmas (38.08m) were sixth & seventh in the senior javelin while new recruit Craig Lacy was fourth in the men’s equivalent with 57.63m. added  18/6/14

 

Modupe runs faster than ever at BIG 2014

There was a good representation of club athletes at the prestigious Bedford Games this weekend. On Saturday Modupe Shokunbi ran faster than ever before clocking 12.06s in her U17 girls’ heat but the wind was just above the legal limit and she was runner up in the final in 12.26s. Georgie Taylor’s season’s best of 45.94s placed her eight in the senior discus and Emma Christmas was sixth in Saturday’s B javelin with 37.55m while Louise Lockwood was eight in the A final with 43.00m on Sunday.  Also on Sunday George Hadler’s season best of 55.97s placed him fifth and George had improved his U20 110m hurdles best on Wednesday (28th) at the Lee Valley sprints evening, in winning the B race. added  2/6/14

 

Simon's amazing marathon record

Simon Hart turned in an amazing marathon PB just weeks after his 50th birthday. Simon’s 2 hours 38 mins 43 seconds clocking in the Edinburgh event on Sunday not only set new club age 50 marks, but also improved the club best records in the M45 & M40 age categories and was the fastest by a club marathon runner for over 20 years.

There was a good club representation in the BUPA Westminster Mile Series on Saturday.  Gavin Maley took a step back towards fitness with a 5m02s effort which was the fastest by club athletes, while Russ Middleton’s 5:10 time placed him sixth in the M45 category.  Lydia Hallam returned to action for the first time since her injury-affected London Mini Marathon run and placed 13th in the U17/U20 category with 5:20 while Brad West also took part with a 5:32 split.

Also in action this weekend was Faye Fullerton whose 36:17 finish placed her second in the BUPA London 10k, and Martin Chester who was first home in the Harrow Lodge Parkrun while Ian Anthony was again fastest athlete on show in the Southend event – his 14th victory in 2014..

  added  26/5/14

 

Weekend round up: 17th/18th May

A depleted Southern League squad, affected by the British Masters Road Relays and Essex Championships, brought up the rear at Croydon on Saturday Read MORE.

Club young athletes had a fine day as they brought home six gold and 13 other medals from the first day of the Essex County Championships held at hot & breezy Chelmsford on Saturday. Read MORE.

Lauren Deadman just missed breaking the club 3000m steeplechase record on her debut at the event when finishing second at Watford on Saturday running 10:42.88s.

Duane Jibunoh was close to his best with the senior 2k discus when representing Great Britain Juniors in the Loughborough International on Sunday. His longest throw was 45.86m, compared to his PB of 46.51m   added  19/5/14

 

GB Junior call up for Duane

Discus thrower Duane Jibunoh has been selected to compete for Great Britain Juniors in this Sunday’s Loughborough International. The 18-year-old, coached by Sam Harrison, joined Havering from Thurrock earlier this year and currently leads the UK U20 discus rankings with his 49.68m personal best and is also the leading U20 with the senior 2kg implement which he will be throwing at Loughborough.  To gain selection for the World Junior Championships in Eugene, Oregon later this year Duane needs to achieve the daunting UK standard of 58.00m.

Lauren Deadman battled the windy conditions at Parliament Hill on Saturday evening to make her 10,000m debut in the British Championships for this event, held as part of the “Night of 10,000 PBs” event.  Lauren’s 34m 57.28s clocking earned her 14th place in a race won by Jo Pavey, and Lauren would almost certainly have beaten Debbie Sullivan’s 34:30 club record had the conditions have been better. added  15/5/14

 

Golden oldies win BMAF title

Havering’s “golden oldies” lifted the British Masters Athletics Federation M45 10k team title at the weekend at Kings Lynn.  The trio of Simon Hart (30th – 34:24), Matt Bland (46th – 35:02) and Paul Berrett (156th – 39:23) won the prize competing at the Greater East Anglia Run (GEAR) 10k which doubled as the BMAF title. Hart in his first race as a M50 was also first home in that age group to win BMAF M50 gold while Faye Fullerton won the ladies’ prize with her 35:39 clocking for 55th overall.

Emmanuel Quarshie won his first National medal with bronze at the British Universities Championships at Bedford this weekend.  His 14.48m shot PB took him to second on the club all time list and he was closely followed by Laurence Goodacre who returned from injury to putt 14.33m for fourth at BUCS and 3rd on the club all time list. Also in BUCS action were Louise Lockwood, 7th in the javelin with 39.80m and Vicky Smith who made her 10,000m debut placing 11th in a respectable 38:32.22.  added  5/5/14

 

Summer season opens in style

On Saturday the throwers were to the fore at the London Throws Open at Allianz Park Hendon.  New signing Duane Jibunoh showed that he will be a fine asset with an opening 46.30m in the U20 discus for second on the club all time list and Louise Lockwood’s 45.10m javelin PB took her to third all time on the ladies lists.  At the Cambridge Throws Open Sonny Nash started the U17 ranks strongly with a 52.56m javelin throw for sixth best all time. Sunday saw the club’s traditional curtain-raiser with their Spring Open at Hornchurch which attracted an impressive turn out 300 entrants from across the county and London, with over 100 club athletes trying to attract their team manager’s eye. Track action soon produced some fine results as two club bests went in the first series of races, the infrequently run 300m hurdles. Tom Pitkin opening what promises to be a fine season by erasing training partner George Hadler’s club U17 best with a 41.1s clocking, before Hadler got back in the record books ten minutes later by taking the U20 mark with a fine 39.8s clocking. Duane Jibunoh improved his U20 discus best to a massive 49.68m to show that he will challenge Scott Hayes’ club record of 51.46m set in 1991.  Freya Gutteridge went into the club U17 discus top 10 with her 34.39m PB as did new signing Alice Martin with her 29.19m javelin career best, and Max Law’s 27.34m discus PB was second best ever by a club U13, behind sibling Alex Law’s club record which will be a target. Exciting prospect Jairzinho Morris opened up with a 12.6s 100m PB to climb to second on the club all time U13 rankings and now has Bob Thanda’s 1998 club mark of 12.3 in his sights and also the 200m after running 26.1 for third best all time. Among many other good club performances Katie Dawson improved her high jump PB by 8cms to win the U17 event with 1.55m and also won the 300m while Abigail Shipton won U15 100m & high jump with PBs, edging out with newcomer Natasha Dowie on countback in the high jump, both clearing 1.46m.  added  30/3/14

 

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