Team Kennet struggled in the last match of the Southern Athletics with a much depleted team due to a few drop outs on the morning of the match at held at Poole.
On the day there were some outstanding individual performances the Mens Javelin Luke Angell won with his best throw for a few years with 56.16 and he was backed up well in the B string from Stuart Bladon winning with 46.78.
Phoebe Hoaen made it a double win in the Javelin with a throw of 39.77.
Sophie Wheadon carried on with her Discus wins with a 32.90 throw to finish well clear of the field, she also won the B string Shot 9.11 while her A string partner Hayley Steward had to settle for 2nd place 10.18, Steward won her Long Jump 5.11 and in the mens long jump both Stuart Bladon 6.22 and Oliver Bazin 5.89 won their strings.
Hayley Steward earned herself personnel bests in the 100m 13.0 and 200m 26.8 for two third places, Amy Russell taking part in the B strings 100m 13.6 and 200m 29.4 came 3rd and 4th. The mens 100m saw Oliver Bazin clock 12.1 and Daniel Hockaday 12.1.
Charlotte Booker earned herself a personnel best in the hammer, and brother Harry also gained good points for the club in the high jump and 400m
Duncan McGrory went under 5 mins to set a top UK vet 60 top 5 ranking and breaking the clubs vet 60 record in the 1500m.
Good points came in from the middle distance runners from both sides Ben Schiffer-Harte, Simon Hockaday, Rosa Lawrence and Izzy Hole.