Team Kennet finished of their Track and field Season in the Wessex young Athletes League at Swindon with a second place that sees the West Berkshire club finish 4th just ½ point of runners up.
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Ben East yet again stole the match high lights as he produced the longest throw in the World this year in the under 15 boys Javelin throwing a massive 70.66 to break his own UK Record for the fifth time and set a new club and league record.
in the age groups the under 13 girls picked up the only age group win placing them 3rd in the league, Lottie Absolom got back to winning ways in the high Jump with 1.40, and a superb Double win came in the Javelin Eve brown 23.62 and Alanna Smith 15.84, annabel Todd came 2nd in the A string Discus 21.64and was closely followed by Absolom in the B string winning this with a throw of 20.60, on the track two good 2nd places came from Absolom 12.7 and Aimee Dickson in the 70m hurdles, and same placings were matched in the 100m Dickson 15.0 and Lily Apps 15.6, both teamed up in the 200m Dickson 4th and Apps 3rd.
the 800m Tara hogan came home in 2nd place2.45.4 and in the longer 1200m both Kirsten Fraser and Eve Brown were 2nd. the Relay quartet of Dickson,Apps, Hogan and Absolom came 2nd
The under 15 boys just missed out on winning their age group, in the throws as always the yellow vest picking up maximum points, in the B string Javelin a win from Oliver Ford 32.21, in the Discus Harry Booker 42.27 and Oliver Gregory 36.63 both winning their strings and the Shot Booker threw 12.93 and Gregory 12.90 almost matching each other for another Double.
The sprints also secured high points Ben East won the 100m in 12.3 with Matt Jones taking 3rd B string, a Double win came in the 200m Ethan Haines 24.4 and Oliver Gregory 24.9, the longer 300m Haines made it a double 40.2 and Davis coming 3rd B.
The relay Quartet of Haines, East, Booker and Gregory came home in 1st with 48.4
the result meant the under 15 boys came 3rd in their age group league
The under 15 girls came 2nd in their match Double wins came from Sophie wheadon 10.47 and poppy Bladon 7.04 in the Shot, wheadon then went on to win the Discus 29.93 and bladon taking 2nd 19.95, in the Javelin two good 2nd places came from Wheadon 27.65 and Emily Tucker 12.72, on the track in the 800m Annelise Gale led all the way till the last 40m to take 2nd and Pippa Thomas won the B string, tucker came 3rd in the longer 1500m. The 100m Izzy Kerslake came 4th in 14.0 just .2 of a win in a close race, Ellie Kerslake took 2nd in the B string 14.4 and new comer Gemma Moon clocked 14.8 as a non scorer, in the 200m Moon came 4th 29.8 and Ella Ward came 4th in the B string. Gale picked up a 2nd in the B string 300m while in the 4x100m relay Tk were 3rd 55.5
The under 17 women came 3rd but a much depleted squad earned good points to help the team, in the High Jump Kira Angell took 2nd place and new comer Ceri Amison won the B string, the Javelin Angell took 3rd place 23.39 and Bethan Philp taking 2nd B, on the track Philp secured a win in the 1500m 5.27. the 200m both Angell 30.2 and Amison 31.5 came 3rd, Amison came 4th in her 100m 14.8
the women came 3rd overall in their age group league
The under 13 boys came 2nd in their match getting stronger as season went on, best resulton the Field came in the Javelin Oliver Humphrey coming 2nd 26.96 and Digby Riggall winning the B string 26.05, the Discus saw two 3rd places Tom Wells 18.67 and Noah Kemp 14.68, two 4th places in the Shot came from Sam Denis 5.68 and Seb Simpson 4.89, The high Jump euan Avery cleared 1.30 for 3rd place and George Mackie taking 2nd place in the B string.
The track saw a double win in the 800m Toby Clark 2.28.3 and Noah Kemp 2.39.4, while in the sprints Humphrey secured a 5th in the 100m 15.0 and 3rd in the 200m 29.8
The under 17 men came 3rd on the day Oliver Bazin winning his Long Jump 5.97 with Tom Hills taking 2nd B, James Mclaughlin won the Discus with a throw of 29.52.
in the 800m two 2nd places came from McLaughlin 2.16 and Toby Thomas 2.27, both teamed up in the 400m Mclaughlin taking 2nd 58.8 and Thomas winning the B string 66.9
In the sprints Oliver Bazin came 3rd in both 100 and 200 and tom Hills took two 2nd places in the 200m