Athletics: Harlow athletes impress at Ware
Athletics / Thu 12th May 2016 am31 11:27am
EYAL Round 2, Ware 8 May
In the Under 13 Girls there were impressive debuts for Ellie Marklew and Emily Woods, both of whom picked up third place in their respective Javelin event. Marklew in particular threw impressively with a throw of 14.39m.
Millie Upton, making her league debut, ran a solid hurdle race and Lauren Coldicott and Annalyse Hassanally continued to impress in the 100m and 200m. Coldicott was involved in two very exciting races and was only beaten by the finest of margins in the 100m; recording exactly the same time as the second placed athlete and with only two hundredths separating the first three. Mackenzie Cranfield and Ellen Savidge ran well considering the punishing heat for the endurance runners
Marley Sarling enjoyed a successful debut for the Under 13 boys picking up a second and third in his two sprint events. James Petty once again ran impressively particularly in the 200m, shaving another three tenths of his PB. Harry McCrae picked up third in the 800m and debutants Morphie Brophie-Ansah and Charlie West produced pleasing first displays.
The Under 15 age group was bolstered by the return of some athletes and by the addition of one or two new faces: due to injury Faith Ogengdenbe was restricted to a single field event so Ami Ashby stepped up to the A events and ran a strong 100m. She then competed in the 80m hurdles and dropped her PB to 13 seconds. Anna Clatworthy also ran the hurdles in a new PB time of 12.5 seconds – although placed sixth this time was the same as the athletes placed fourth and fifth. Breanna Philip, Amelia Loveridge and Maye Ukuti all had good days and covered both track and field events. Charlotte Pratt and Savanna Sirkett ran well in the 800m, claiming first in the B race and 2nd in the A race. Zoe Rutter completed a hat-trick of strong endurance performances with third in the 1500m.
The team was bolstered by a higher turnout of Under 17 men and women:
Bethany Harryman, despite nursing a slight knock from her successful pentathlon last weekend, competed in two field events. She was third in a remarkable high jump in which four competitors could only be separated by using ‘count-back’ and was also third in the javelin. Lottie Rowedder was second in the 1500m and Eilidh Malcolm and Izzy Brown were hugely committed to the cause covering as many events as permissible. Georgia Cranfield in only her second event improved upon her previous times. Lauren Barker made a welcome return, taking fourth in the shot, and Eleanor Beckwith had a good debut in the sprint events.
The U17 men enjoyed a good afternoon individually: Dominique Diamande ran rapidly in both the 100m and 200m; Teale Cunningham produced the performance of the day with 53.6 to take first in the 400m; Leo Chashchin performed well in all three jumps, his highlight being 11.33m in the triple jump for second place; Kieran Bull, similarly, produced three decent throws despite a calf injury sustained during the discus event; Owen Harknett was also injured but still threw the shot; brother, Lewis, was second in the 1500m but then chipped in with field events and the relay. Christian Barker made his first appearance of the season and took second in the B 1500m
Girls A String Results
100m 3rd Lauren Coldicott 14.0 ; 200m 2nd Lauren Coldicott 29.0 ; 800m 5th Mackenzie Cranfield 2.48.7 ; 1500m 4th Ellen Savidge 6.03.0 ; 70m 4th Hurdles Millie Upton 14.6 ; Long Jump 4th Lauren Coldicott 3.77m ; Shot Putt 7th Rhiana Noble 4.83m ; Javelin 3rd Ellie Marklew 14.39m ; High Jump 7th Ellie Marklew 1.10m ;
100m 6th Ami Ashby 14.1 ; 200m 5th Ami Ashby 29.2 ; 300m 5th Charlotte Pratt 51.5; 800m 2nd Charlotte Pratt 2.31.8 ; 1500m 3rd Zoe Rutter 5.29.9 ; 75m Hurdles 6th Anna Clatworthy 12.5 ; Shot Putt 6th Maye Ukuti 4.61m; Javelin 6th Faith Ogengdenbe 11.03m ; Discus 5th Amelia Loveridge 11.17m; High Jump 5th Breanna Philip 1.40m ; Long Jump 7th Amelia Loveridge 3.36m
100m 5th Eilidh Malcolm 14.5; 200m 6th Georgia Cranfield 31.9; 300m 5th Eilidh Malcolm 47.8; 1500m 2nd Lottie Rowedder 5.16.4 ; Shot Putt 4th Lauren Barker 7.91m; 3rd Javelin Bethany Harryman 18.67m; Discus 6th Eilidh Malcolm 13.21m ; High Jump 3rd Bethany Harryman 1.55m
Girl’s B String Results
100m 3rd Annalyse Hassanally 14.9 ; 200m 4th Annalyse Hassanally 32.7 ; 70m Hurdles 4th Annalyse Hassanally 16.0; Long Jump 5th Millie Upton 3.26m ; Javelin 3rd Emily Woods 8.36m
100m 3rd Maye Ukuti 14.3; 200m 2nd Breanna Philip 29.1; 300m 4th Savanna Sirkett 48.9; 800m 1st Savanna Sirkett 2.37.0 ; 1500m 3rd Grace Malcolm 5.55.5 ; 75m Hurdles 3rd Ami Ashby 13.0; Shot Putt 4th Amelia Loveridge 4.45m; Javelin 4th Mairi Malcolm 7.58m ; Discus 4th Jasmine Johnson 9.95m ; High Jump 1st Anna Clatworthy 1.35m
100m 5th Eleanor Beckwith 14.7 ; 200m 6th Eleanor Beckwith 31.1; 300m 5th Izzy Brown 52.7; Discus 4th Izzy Brown 9.77m ;
Boy’s A String Results
100m 3rd James Petty 13.8; 2nd 200m James Petty 27.5 ; 800m 3rd Harry McCrae 2.38.3 ; 1500m 6th Jack Harris 6.37.4 ; Long Jump 5th James Petty 3.88m ; Shot Putt 5th Morphie Bobie-Ansah 5.22m
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