Full list of results are below and on Power of 10.
There was PB’s aplenty at Footes Lane on Sunday and some English Schools Champs and Island Games qualifying marks to boot.
Zoe Fitch found her rhythm in the javelin and launched the spear out to a new PB of 39.33m to secure an English Schools spot next month. Also in PB form in the javelin was James Bougourd – he secured a PB of 56.04m to continue his progression from his debut 2015 season.
On the track, Sophie Porter delivered a scintillating performance over 300m, taking the U17 Island record down to 40.71sec and easily inside the 41.20 mark required for English Schools.
In the men’s sprints, Josh Allaway predictably led the way with 10.98 and 22.12 respectively – and their were PB’s behind him from Teddy Le Clerc and Lucas Rive who posted 11.44 and 11.75 respectively.
On the women’s side, Hannah Barrett sprinted to a PB of 13.02 in coming 2nd to training partner Abi Galpin (12.82). In the longer sprint – Hannah Lesbirel dominated proceedings to take a wind-legal PB of 25.85 ahead of Jasmine Norman’s new best of 26.48. England footballer Maya Le Tissier (U15) also took a PB in the race of 27.29.
Star of the hurdles races was again Ben Solway (U13) who produced a new best of 12.68 to go 5th in the UK rankings (2nd electronic).
There were plenty of new PB’s in the 800 and the most encouraging came courtesy of Richard Bartram who dipped inside the Development Standard for the Island Games next year (2:00.29).
Another notable performance in the field was Jonny Guille’s new best of 6.42m which should pave the way for further progression in his favoured triple jump in the coming weeks.