Let’s start this week with an explanation. I had been sent details of the last Senior League meeting at Sutton Coldfield by email, the spreadsheet attached to that email had the mens results for the most recent event at Sutton Coldfield but the womens attachement had not been updated still held the details from the previous one. As a result the weekly update included performances from people like Lattie Samuels, Freya Hooper, Audrey Wilson etc that related to the previous event rather than the one at Sutton. So let’s start with tidying that up, the mens results were correct but here are the womens performances. Audrey Wilson was 6th in the 100 SW A in 19.9 and Louise Webster placed 3rd in the 100 SW B in 14.8. Audrey was 3rd in 6.12.3 in the 1500 SW A with Louise 1st in 6.13.3 in the B race. Louise was 3rd in the SW A shot with 8.93 while Audrey threw 4.97 for 5thplace in the B event, Louise was 4th in the discuss with a throw of 19.08, 3rd in the hammer with 41.91 and in the javelin threw 25.44 for 2nd place. That should clarify a few thinks, thanks to Claudio Albanese for highlighting it.
Turning now to more track action the club were in action at Tipton in the Triangular League. If you trust the spreadsheet I’ve been sent, and based on the above who can tell, In the U13s over 100 Thillana Owen ran 14.00, Amira Moulder 14.60, Kaleah Moulder 15.30, Alice Cattell 15.40, Phoebe Bridgen 16.40, Poppy Richardson 17.90, Clara Butler-Montero 15.80, Erin Mia Nash ran 15.90, Alice Cattell also ran 16.80. In the boys event over 100 Aaron Guest ran 15.30 and Jonathan Yang 15.60. In the U13G 800 Kiki Guest ran 2.32.2, Clara Butler-Montero 2.45.4, Phoebe Bridgen ran 2.52.7, Evelyn Haines 3.05.8, Amira Moulder 2.50.30, Maya Rose Jelic-Ramesh 2.51.8, Alice Cattell 2.54.0, Erin Mia Nash 2.55.8, Olivia Spataro 2.58.6, Amiyah Kumar-Pal 3.04.0, Kaleah Moulder 3.04.1 and Lily Mae Whitfield 3.11.3. In the U13B 800 Jonathan Yang clocked 2.31.3, Theo Ulfig 2.40.2, and Arron Guest 2.48.3. In the U13 G 1k walk Aimee Thursfield clocked 6.18.4. In the long jump Poppy Richardson recorded a leap of 2.88 and Theo Ulfig jumped 3.26. In the high jump Olivia Spataro cleared 1.25 and Alice Cattell 1.20. In the javelin Poppy Richardson recorded a distance of 11.35, Evelyn Haines 9.56, Amira Moulder 7.69 and Phoebe Bridgen 4.01. And in the boys event Lewis Neilson threw 9.13. In the shot Olivia Spataro threw 5.83 and Amiyah Kumar-Pal 3.78.
In the U11s over 75 metres Biba Guest ran 12.70, Jade Brindley 13.00, Poppy Richardson 13.2, Esme Gray 13.10 and in the boys race Cameron Guest ran 12.40, Elias Thomason 13.30 and Frankie Mason 13.3. Over 600 Lila Pearce ran 1.54.4, Biba Guest 1.59.5, Jade Brindley 2.18.1 and the boys event Cameron Guest clocked 2.03.2, Elias Thomason 2.05.4, Evan Nash 2.11.2. In the U11B howler George Shaw recorded 29.13, Elias Thomason 17.81, Cameron Guest 16.92 and Frankie Mason 10.49. In the long jump Lila Pearce recorded a distance of 2.96, Esme Gray 2.90.
All of the above, and the performances in the previous fixtures, placed Wolverhampton & Bilston in 1st place with 21 points, DASH were 2nd on 25 and Tipton 3rd with 26 in the final table.
Dave Joynson’s marathon total went up by another one as he was 1st home in the Enigma Railway Run in Milton Keynes recording a time of 3.23.33, more than 10 minutes head of the 2nd place finisher. Gillian Mitchell also added another one to her ever increasing total with a 5.46.21 finish for 37th place.
And there was more midweek Sexarathon action, this time in Ironbridge for a 4 mile race, although a 4 mile race should never have a 4 mile marker, this one did. Jon Hart was first back for the club in 12th place in 22.56, Ben Foster was 15th in 23.11, Dylan Illidge was 27th in 24.11, Paul Dean 33rd in 24.24, Paul Marson placed 41stin 24.55, Dan Brazier 45th in 25.06, Lucy Calrow was 3rd lady over the line, 47th overall in 25.11, Dan Vaughan was 56th in 25.24, Dave Newport 61st in 25.36, Derrick Milligan 69th in 26.30, Keith Carter 70th in 26.30, Phil Evans 75th in 26.48, Mark Judge 76th in 26.50, Tony Cheema 77th in 26.54, Holly Baddeley 99th in 27.41, Rob Edwards 100th in the same time, Adam Cotterill a second behind in 27.42 for 101st, Dave Norman 27.44 for 102nd place and Pete Hood 103rd in 27.53. Jo Lane was 161st in 30.59, Craig Buggins 189th in 32.11, Mark Perry 197th in 32.37.