Elise Lovell and Jamie Moore both from Hastings AC won the County senior Combined Events titles at Sutton over the weekend and although Lovell led from start to finish in the women’s event Moore was lying in second place as the athletes tackled the final discipline.
With a total 4724 points Lovell retained her title finishing more than one thousand points clear of Becky Owen (Crawley) but Joe Morris (Eastbourne) was more than one hundred points clear as the runners lined up for the 1,500m, the final event of the senior men’s competition.
A determined run from the start saw Moore pulled away from his rival and his 4:46.89s clocking saw the Crawley runner finished well clear to take the title with 5034 points to the Eastbourne athlete’s 4951.
Indeed it was only the senior men that produced much of a close finish with the usual margin of victories being several hundred points.
East Grinstead produced three title winners with Tom Dean winning the U15 boys with 2181 points, Abby Beswick the U17 girl’s heptathlon, and Jemma Edgar the junior pentathlon with 2036 points.
Amber Anning (Brighton & Hove) took the U15 girl’s pentathlon while club mate Catriona Gardner took the Women's Masters pentathlon with ..
There will be a Level 2 Officials on Sunday 26th October at Woodcote School, Coulsdon.
All disciplines will be covered (Starter/marksman, timekeeper, track judge, field judge).
Full details will be found on the England Athletics website and booking is through the same route.
For more details contact John Gill by ..
Schools Date for 2015. - - Sainsbury's Schools Games
After much uncertainty and a warning that Schools competition dates next year will be one week earlier than normal the English Schools, presumably by negotiations, having managed to set their Championships on their usual dates and will be as follows:
Sussex Schools Cross Country championships, following their success last year, will ..
Brighton & Hove complete Hat-trick of League titles.
The Brighton & Hove City club notched up their third successive victory in the Sussex Under 13 League final after a tense battle with Crawley, thus reversing the placings in the Under 15 Final from Friday night, on Sunday afternoon.
Although not quite as close as last year, when just two ..
The Crawley Athletic Club romped away with the Sussex Under 15 League title at Brighton’s Withdean Stadium in perfect conditions on Friday.
Almost from the start of the evening the Crawley athletes stamped their domination on the match and they drew further and further away from their rivals as the ..
Both the Sussex Under 15 and Under 13 leagues come to a climax this weekend when the finals are held at the Withdean Stadium.
The Under 15s take centre stage on Friday evening when Crawley will be defending the title they won from Horsham Blue Star last year.
The Hammer and Pole ..
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