NYAL R4 Kingsmeadow & Schools International Chelmsford July 17/18 Print
Written by David Barrington   
Monday, 19 July 2004 15:58

A team more representative of K&P performed well enough to advance us up the table but,probably,not entirely clear of the lower reaches.Poole Runners were easy victors with virtually a full team with 435pts from K&P 314,Radley 253 & Winchester 144.

Noticeably,Poole have not had an Athlete of the Match Award in 4 fixtures but are at the top of the division whilst K&P now have 6 awards! Stuart Price & Josh Diffley won to add to those already achieved by Dominique Blaize,Sarah Harris,Harriet Lester & Luke Wheeler.A string winners on a warm day included Sarah Harris(300H-U17W-47.4),Claire Stonestreet(LJ-U17W-4.82),Stuart Price(100-U15B-12.2 & 80H-11.7),Andrew Chan(U17M-HT-14.76),Luke Wheeler(U17M-100-12.0 & 200-23.9),Joe Murtagh(U15B-HT-13.57),Tim Sagar(U15B-800-2.20.1),Lucy Jones(U13G-70H-12.4),Harriet Lester(U15G-75H-12.2 & LJ-4.74),Jenny Davies(U17W-SP-8.40),Josh Diffley(U15B-LJ-5.54 & 200-25.2),Tom Stottor(U15B-400-57.2),Joe Bibby(U17M-JT-38.44),Mary Iheke(U15G-200-27.5),Harriet Owens(U15G-1500-5.28.3),Amy Simmons(U15G-DT-19.93) & Matthew Field(U17M-TJ-11.74) and there were relay wins for the U15G & U15B 4 x 100 squads.Final match is at Worthing on August 1st and we shall need everyone on the 2 minibuses etc to ensure survival in Division 1 for 2005. The day before,Dominique Blaize continued her countrywide perambulations with victory in Essex in the Home Countries International(LJ-5.80).