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Upper Youth Development Track & Field League Reports 2018

Upper Youth Development League West 2 (U17 and U20) 

Sunday 29th April – Bury

Well done to 12 of our Under 17 & 20 athletes that competed in match one as part of the M60 Nomad Composite team. Some strong individual and relay performances saw the team win match one by a considerable margin. Well done to Hailemariam Abraham (1st U20 3000m B – 10.35.7), Anaya McDonald (1st U20 200m A – 27.8 & Long Jump B – 4.60 & 4 x 100m – 53.10), Abby O’Neil (1st U20 800m A – 2.31.6), Callum Brierley (1st U17 1500m B – 4.46.4), Megan Lewis (1st U17 300m Hurdles B – 52.2 & 1500m Steeplechase – 6.17.30) for winning maximum points in their events.

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Sunday 27th May – Blackpool

Another set of fantastic results from 9 of our athletes that competed with the M60 Nomads, with another win in the league putting us in strong contention to gain promotion next season. Well done to Hailemariam Abraham (1st U20 3000m A – 10.10.0), Anaya McDonald (1st U20 100m A – 13.2, Long Jump B – 4.69, Triple Jump B – 9.49 & 4 x 100m – 52.3), Abby O’Neil (1st U17 300m B – 44.7 & U20 4 X 100m – 3.46.1), Megan Lewis (1st 300m hurdles A – 50.1, 1500m SC – 5.58 & U20 4 X 100m – 3.46.1). A big thank you to Janet Hartshorne and Wade Cooper for their officiating duties. Final match is at ECH on Sunday 1st July.

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Sunday 1st July – East Cheshire

Well done to 13 of our under 17 and 20 athletes that competed as part of the M60 Nomad composite team in the final YDL at ECH on Sunday. The team for the 3rd time in a row won the match by over 100 points and the league by almost 500 points to a 2nd place Southport. The team have now secured promotion in to division 1 next season. Thanks to all who have taken part this season whether it be as an athlete, coach, official or parent. Your support, as ever, has been much appreciated. The below won their respective events:

John Trotman (1st U20 400m A – 51.8), Jacob Taylor (1st U20 1500m B – 5.00.07 & Javelin B – 22.32), Anaya McDonald (1st U20 100m A – 13.7 & 200m A – 27.8), Abby O’Neil (1st U20 800m A – 2.25.2 & Javelin A – 31.26), Callum Brierley (1st U17 1500m A – 4.43.3), Claudia Lee (1st U17 800m B – 2.45.2 & 80m Hurdles B – 14.1) and Megan Lewis (1st U17 300m hurdles A – 50.6 & 1500m Steeplechase – 5.58.70)

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