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North of England Track & Field League Reports 2019

North of England League 3WC (U17 – Senior)

Sunday 19th May – Carlisle

Well done to all ECH athletes, officials, coaches, parents and helpers for making the long trip to Carlisle for the first match of the series. The team finished an impressive 3rd place overall gaining 330 points. There were many winning performances including: John Trotman (200m A – 22.5 & Long Jump A – 6.09), Joe Hudak (800m A – 2.00.7 & 1500m A – 4.15.5), Callum Brierley (800m B – 2.07), George Lewis (400m Hurdles A – 64.0), Maddison Vernon (100m A – 12.5 & 200m A – 26.0), Holly Nelson (200m B – 28.3), Sally Teague (800m A – 2.20.8), Bethany McManus (800m B – 2.28.4, Long Jump B – 4.46 & Triple Jump B – 9.26), Lauren Alford (400m Hurdles B – 75.4, 100m hurdles A – 17.20 & Triple Jump A – 10.12) and Melanie Lee (Hammer A – 33.05).

A big thank you to team managers Jack Dobson and Gabriella Guarnieri for their hard work on the day.

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Sunday 16th June – Trafford

Another successful day at the second match in Trafford, with the team finishing 3rd overall again with a total of 330 points. Well done to the following for winning in their events; Mike Coogan (200m A – 23.8), George Lewis (400m A – 51.7 & 400m hurdles A – 60.7), Joe Hudak (800m A – 2.01.1 & 1500m A – 4.16.7), Maddison Vernon (100m A – 12.7 & 200m A – 26.0), Lauren Alford (100m hurdles A – 17.7), Bethany McManus (Triple Jump B – 8.68). The 4 x 100m men’s team consisting of George Lewis, Mike Coogan, Roman Allison and Joshua Duncan also won with a time of 47.0.

A big thank you to all the coaches, parents, officials for their support on the day and to Jack and Gabriella for managing the teams.

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Sunday 14th July – Bury

Well done to all athletes and officials that turned up for the final northern league match. Some really good performances meant another 3rd place finish with 300 points, securing our place in the league next year.

Next match is on Saturday 10th August at our track, so it’s even more important that we get out a good team! Please speak to Gabriella Guarnieri or Jack Dobson if you would like to compete. Special thanks today to Robin Horner, who stepped in last minute to do the 5k, and Hayley Simpson who did the 1500 and 3k after winning the Mossley 10k in the morning!

Winning performances came from Joe Hudak (800m A – 2.00.4), John Trotman (Long Jump A – 6.21), 4 x 100m Team (46.4 – Desmond Edogianerie, Roman Allison, Mike Coogan and Joshua Duncan), Sally Teague (200m A – 26.5 & 800m A – 2.22.5), Abby O’Neill (800m B – 2.30.0 & Javelin A – 27.25), Megan Lewis (400m Hurdles A – 71.0 & Javelin B – 22.26) and Melanie Lee (Hammer A – 32.76).

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Saturday 10th August – East Cheshire

The final match of the league was held at our track and thanks to all the organisers, helpers, officials etc who made the day run smoothly. The team finished 3rd on the day with 339 points, which meant we finished 3rd overall in the league and keep our place in this division next season. A massive well done to all athletes who competed at any of the 4 events and a big thank you to team managers Gabriella and Jack for organising the teams.

Winning performances in wet, windy tough conditions on the day came from Joshua Duncan (100m B – 11.9 & 200m B – 25.3), Mike Coogan (200m A – 23.1), Joe Hudak (800m A – 2.01.8 & 1500m A – 4.25.7), Callum Brierley (800m B – 2.07.0), Lauren Alford (100m Hurdles A – 17.4 & Triple Jump A – 9.88), Bethany McManus (Long Jump B – 4.18) and Katherine Waters (Discus B – 16.96). The men’s 4 X 100m team also took victory in 47.4 with Joe Hudak, Roman Allison, Mike Coogan and Joshua Duncan making up the team.

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