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Upper Youth Development League Results 2021

Upper Youth Development League (U17 and U20)

Sunday 30th May – Trafford

Well done to all ECH athletes who were selected to represent the M60 Nomads team who finished 2nd place overall with a total of 233 points, just behind Trafford AC with 275 points. Some great performances and full results can be found below.

Many thanks to Wendy Andrews (team manager) who help organise the team.

>Full Results<

Sunday 27th June – Trafford

More good performances from ECH athletes in the M60 Nomads team in the second match of the series, again at Trafford. The team finished a strong 3rd place out of 5 teams with 187 points.

Winning performances came from Megan Lewis in the Under 20 1500m steeplechase in 5.58, Aliesha Smith in the Under 17 1500m steeplechase in 6.13, Lily Murphy in the Under 17 100m in 12.09, Katie Grafton in the Under 17 100m B race in 13.25 and the under 17 women’s 4 x 100m relay team (Lily Murphy, Katie Grafton, Hannah Davies and Leigha Manser) with 52.18.

>Full Results<

Sunday 25th July – East Cheshire

The third match took place at ECH with M60 Nomad team finishing a brilliant 2nd place out of 5 teams with 321 points. Well done to all ECH athletes that took part and scored valuable points for the team.

Winning performances came from Maddison Vernon in the Under 20 100m and 200m events with 12.6 and 26.4 respectively, Megan Lewis in the under 20  400m with 63.2 and 1500m steeplechase in 5.57, Under 20 women’s 4 x 100m relay team (Leigha Manser, Katie Grafton and Maddison Vernon) in 51.2, James Harney in the Under 17 high jump B with 1.81, Leigha Manser in the Under 17 100m B race with 14.5, Emilia Platt in the Under 17 1500m & 3000m with 4.58 and 10.41 respectively, Aliesha Smith in the Under 17 1500m B race with 5.26 and 1500m steeplechase with 6.21, May Mannion in the Under 17 long jump with 4.54.

>Full Results<

Sunday 5th September – Trafford

The final match of the series took place at Trafford AC. ECH athletes helped the M60 Nomads to victory on the day with 304 points just ahead of Stockport and Trafford in a very close contest.

Outstanding winning individual performances came from Sophie Yates (100m & 200m), Megan Lewis (U20 1500m steeplechase), Lily Murphy (300m), Katie Grafton (300m B), Emilia Platt (1500m B), Aliesha Smith (U17 1500m steeplechase), May Mannion (long jump & Shot B).

Well done all athletes who were selected and took part this season.