Eastern Young Athletes League, Chelmsford, 18th August 2002

1st Chelmsford           373 pts
2nd Ipswich  279  pts
3rd Havering Mayesbrook 264 pts
4th Ryston    48 Pts

A depleted girls and boys under 17 team competed in their last eastern young match of the season. Already guaranteed a place in the trophy final at Bedford we were not in a position to win the league this year.

In the girls u13s Natasha White won both the 100m and 200m, Ingrid Deane won the 800m, Bethan Siddons won the high jump, Nicola Hill and Lauren Newton won both the A and B shot.

In the u15s Lucy Sargent won both the 100m and long jump, Lauren Clark won the 800m, Hayley Charman had two wins in the 800m and discus, there were also wins for Lisa Schofield discus, Vicky Smith 1500m and Robyn Matson.

In the under 17's Danielle Ross had two wins in the hurdles and long-jump, Clare Sargent won the hurdles and Carmel Munson won the Javelin.

In the U13 boys twin brothers B. Tungatt and S. Tungatt doubled up to win the A and B 800m.  Nat Senior had two wins in the high-jump and the long-jump.

In the U15's Ashley Reece and Paul Andrews won both the 1500m A and B.  Marc Stearne won both the shot and discus Christian Newton won the discus and M. Tyler the Javelin. 

In the U17's Luke Stott won the 200m, Daryl Rogers and Dane O’Hara won the 400m A and B, Scott Keating won the high-jump. 

In the end a disappointing last match, so we go to Bedford in September to stop Milton Keynes doing the double.