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Upper Youth Development League Track & Field Reports 2019

Upper Youth Development League West 2 (U17 and U20) 

Sunday 5th May – Leigh

Well done to our 8 athletes who competed in the upper YDL as part of the M60 Nomads team who finished in 6th position overall. Excellent performances came from Sophie Yates (1st U20 100m A – 13.9), Abby O’Neil (1st U20 400m A – 64.6), Ryan O’Neill (1st U17 High Jump B – 1.40m), Maddison Vernon (1st U17 100m A – 13.0 & 200m A – 26.9), Megan Lewis (1st U17 300m hurdles A – 50.5, 1500m S/C A – 5.48 & Javelin B – 24.85). Also, Sophie Yates and Maddison Vernon were in the winning under 20 4 X 100m team in 52.6.

Many thanks to Wendy Andrew for organising the team, Hazel Jane Waters and Wade Cooper for volunteering to officiate and to the parents and coaches for your continued support.

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Sunday 26th May – Ellesmere Port

Well done to the 11 athletes that competed in the second match as part of the M60 Nomad team at Ellesmere Port. Some fantastic performances in very windy conditions from all athletes. Winning performances came from John Trotman (U20 200m A – 22.9), Sophie Yates (U20 100m A – 13.6 & 200m A – 28.4), Maddison Vernon (U17 100m A – 12.9 & 200m A – 26.3), Megan Lewis (U17 300m hurdles A – 51.3). Sophie Yates, Abby O’Neill, Holly Nelson and Maddison Vernon were in the winning under 20 4 X 100m team with an impressive 52.7.

Thank you to Gary Matthews and Martin Lewis for helping officiate to gain those extra valuable points. The final match is on Sunday 30th June at Blackpool.

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Sunday 30th June – Blackpool

A massive well done to all our athletes who competed in the final upper YDL of the season at Blackpool and to everyone who have played a part throughout the season. We finished 5th in the match with 452 points and 6th overall which, subject to scrutiny, will see us competing in this division next season. Thanks to all athletes, officials, coaches and parents for your continued support.

Winning performances came from John Trotman (U20 100m A – 11.5 & 200m B – 24.1 & 400m A – 51.8), Callum Brierley (U20 800m A – 2.06.6), Maddison Vernon (U17 100m A – 12.6 & 200m A – 26.1), Katherine Waters (U17 800m B – 2.50.5) and Megan Lewis (U17 300m Hurdles – 52.4 & Javelin B – 25.42).

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