Cheshire T & F League, Rnd 1 – Deeside

Also on Saturday, the first round of the Cheshire T & F League too place at Deeside’s Coleg Cambria stadium.

In the U11B, the team of Toby Lemon, Alfie Bie, Isaac Walker, Ryan Clough, Cai Williams, Oliver Maguire, Oliver Slack, Gethin Brown, Lewis Davies, Cole Randles, and Osain Stacey won every track race in their age group. Toby also equalled the club record of 10.9 in the 75m. The relay team of Toby Lemon, Alfie Bie, Isaac Walker and Ryan Clough also set a club record in the 4 x100m relay of 61.3.

Olivia Scrimshaw - 75m 3A - 11.7, Long Jump 1A 3.79m
Evie Jones - 75m 1B - 12.3, Long Jump 1B 3.04m
Isla Peake 75m 1C - 12.1
Niamh Makin - 600m 4A 2.11.0
Harper Dallas 600m 2B 2.11.4

George Maguire - Shot Putt 1A 7.39. This was also awarded the throws performance of the day by Cheshire League
Lloyd Robinson 200m 3A 30.0
Tom Molloy 200m 2B 31.5, 800m 2A 2.40.5 High Jump 1B 1.20m
Addison Bie 200m 2C 32.9
Oliver Harrison 200m 1D 30.7, 800m 1D 2.44.3
Sam Bailey 2B 800m 2.47.0, High Jump 3A 1.20m
Sam Dallas 800m 1C 2.43.4
Isaac Bromwich Shot Putt 1B 6.32m

Emily Mckenzie 100m 3A 15.1, Long Jump 2B 3.76m
Maisy Parry 800m 3A 2.38.9, Long Jump 3A 3.87m

Thomas Maguire 200m 1A 24.6
Oliver Harris 200m 3B 29.4

Olivia Ashley - 100m 4A 13.6
Eden Edwards – 800m 5A 2:32.3
Alannah Arrowsmith – 800m 1B 2:32.9

Oliver Owen 100m 2A- 11.7
James Jones 800m 1A - 2.04.8
Harri Evans 800m 1B 2.08.5

India Ashley 3A,
Hannah Smith 2B,
Patycja Doryn 1C
Lana Cooper 1D

Ellie Small – 1A,
Hannah Smith – 1B
Sasha Hayes – 1C

Josef Hayes 3000m 2A 10.42.2
Kev Challinor 3000m 3B 12.11.8
Matthew Harding 100m 3A 12.4, 3A High Jump 1.35m
Mark Phillips High Jump 1B 1.30m
Zac Evans Javelin 4A 26.71m
Dave Stokes Javelin 1B 26.03m

Ali Mclellan - Triple Jump 2A - 9.72m, 100m 4A 14.2
Amy Crocombe - Triple Jump 1B 9.52m

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