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Cheshire League Track & Field Reports 2019

Cheshire League (Under 11 – Senior)

Saturday 4th May – East Cheshire

The first match of the series was hosted by ourselves and saw a good turnout from ECH juniors through to the seniors. ECH finished 2nd overall on the day, which is a fantastic result. In the senior men’s events winning performances came from John Trotman (100m – 11.5) and Joe Hudak (800m – 2.01.3). In the senior women’s events notable performances came from Sophie Yates winning 100m A race in 13.2, Abby O’Neil 1st in the Javelin with 30.45m and Bethany McManus 1st in the 1500m with 5.16.8 and 3000m with 11.13.1. In the junior events outstanding performances came from Edward Rankin (1st U13 200m – 28.3), Sammy Davey (1st U11 75m – 11.7 & 1st 600m – 1.55.1), Maddison Vernon (1st U17 100m – 12.4), Megan Lewis (1st U17 Javelin – 25.02), Amy Starkey (1st U13 Discus – 15.00m), Isabella Murney (1st U11 75m – 11.4), Ava Royle (1st U11 600m A – 2.16.8) and Isla Herring (1st U11 600m B – 2.13.9).

Well done to all who to part and a big thank you to team manager Bethany McManus and all the volunteers on the day (too many to name!) for putting on a fantastic event, which wouldn’t go ahead without your help, so it is much appreciated and doesn’t go unnoticed!

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 Saturday 6th July – Ellesmere Port

The second match took place at Ellesmere Port, with many brilliant performances once again. The team finished 5th overall. Winning performances came from Sophie Yates (SW 200m – 28.6), Ethan Sykes (U13 Long Jump – 3.28m), Lucas Rhodes (U11 Soft Javelin – 8.75m), Emily Bowker (U13 1200m – 3.59.1) and Amelia Jones (U11 150m – 24.5).

A big thank you to all the athletes, officials and coaches who helped the day go ahead.

Photo inset – some of our juniors