October 2001

National Road Relays: Ashley Reece runs fastest leg

Ashley Reece recorded the fastest overall lap by an u13 boy at the National Road Relays at Sutton Park today but hopes of team success were dashed by late withdrawals. Team manager Mike Munson had an incomplete U13 team of Reece and Matthew Watkins & the officials allowed Chris Driscoll an U15 to run, so despite finishing third the mixed-age team were ineligible for a medal. The u15 girls team of Natalie Adams, Megan Foley and Sara Luck placed 7th as Aldershot took all three medals, while the u13 girls team of Lauren Clark, Lauren McVicar and Katie Richardson did well in 10th. For the boys Andrew Hunter, Rob Howe and Andrew Bright were 42nd in the u17 event, while the u15 team of Andrew Luck, Ashley Roberts and Christian  Newton placed 52nd.     added 28/10/01

Ashley Reece

Mayesbrook woes continue 

The current problems at Mayesbrook Arena look set to continue until next summer and club officials are now resigned to relocating any home meetings to other venues. The home British Men's League Fixture in July will now be hosted by the club at Haringey. Any work on the track to remedy the effects of the tree root damage is unlikely to start before April 2002, probably much later - the popular winter warm up meetings are the first casualty. The continuing problems will be reflected in increased costs and loss of income for the club.  added 23/10/01

Mayesbrook Park Arena

Faye has World Class Potential 

Rising middle distance star Faye Fullerton has been added to the World Class Potential Plan, which is designed to help up to 140 young English athletes considered capable of winning medals at Olympic Games, World Championships and European Championships by 2008. This Sport England Lottery funded programme will concentrate on identifying and nurturing talent, and will support athletes with payments for sports clothing and equipment, as well as access to specialist services such as physiotherapy, medical, sports science and coaching advice.  added 23/10/01

Faye Fullerton

Essex XC League opens with three wins 

Havering Mayesbrook young athletes heralded a successful winter campaign with some impressive results at Hylands Park on Saturday. Three individual wins in the Under 13 boys, under 13 and 15 girls races provided the platform for three team victories in the same events. Ashley Reece led home Matthew Watkins and Ross Clarke to a 1-2-3 in the u13 boys race, while Sara Luck and Megan Foley added a 1-2 in the u15 girls event. Katie Richardson battled hard for victory in the u13 girls competition. Good packing by the u15 boys secured third team place.  added 14/10/01

Ashley Reece -win in U13 boys event

Fourth for Sara Luck in AAAs Pentathlon

Sara Luck smashed the club U15 pentathlon record scoring 2706 points as she placed fourth in the AAA's event in appalling wet conditions at Birmingham on Sunday. And teammate Caroline Smith kept the flag flying as she finished  ninth against strong opposition. After a modest opening in the first three events, the long jump, shot and hurdles, Sara made up ground with a high jump win in 1.53m to leave her in 17th with her speciality the 800m to come. She blazed round the two laps in 2m 19.9 secs, some 20 seconds fastest than her opponents to lift her up to fourth overall.  added 2/10/01

Sara Luck (left) photo: ESAA/Joe Lee

Ashley Reece wins gold in Southern Road Relays

Ashley Reece earned an individual gold medal today for the fastest leg by an U13 Boy in the SEAA Road relays at Aldershot. But the team of Ashley, Matthew Watkins, Jay Ryan and newcomer Lee Hatch just missed out on medals, finishing fourth. There was also an excellent results as the Senior Women's team of Debbie Sullivan, Lauren Deadman, Nikki Barnett and Faye Fullerton came home fifth against Paula Radcliffe and star-studded opposition. The Girls U15 team, of Charlotte Watkins, Natalie Adams and Robyn Matson placed seventh and the U13 girls (Lauren Clark, Georgina Clark & Katie Richardson) placed eight.   added 30/09/01 added 2 /10/01

Ashley Reece - U13 Gold for Fastest leg

 

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