Results (A) ESAA Track and Field Cup Athletics

Wednesday 15th May 2013

14 May

Athletes endured a very wet and cold day today at Palmer Park but were rewarded with some excellent  individual performances.

In the junior competition, the highest points in individual events were scored by the following:

  • Emily Potter scored 23 points for her time of 2mins 35 in the 800m
  • Maisie Pennant scored 19 points for her time of 2 mins 47 in the 800m
  • Grace Taylor scored 19 points for a clearance of 1m35 in high jump

The highest combined score was 39 points achieved by Emily Potter in 800m and discus.

In the inter competition, the highest points in individual events were scored by the following:

  • Bella Austin scored 21 points for her time of 13.2s in the 80m hurdles.
  • Ella McNeill scored 18 points for a clearance of 1m41 in high jump.
  • Shannon Motha scored 18 points for a time of 2mins 38 in the 800m.

The highest combined score was 33 points achieved by Shannon Motha in the 800m and javelin.

Top 5 (out of 9) Junior Teams                   Top 5 (out of 9) Inter Teams                      

1st :  St Bartholomew’s 302 points                   1st: St Bartholomew’s 340 points

2nd :  Queen Anne’s      290 points                    2nd: Downe House      293 points

3rd:   Downe House      278 points                     3rd: Queen Anne’s      284 points

4th:  The Abbey             274 points                     4th:  Kennet                  264 points

5th:  Kennet                     132 points                     5th: The Abbey             237 points

 

We now need to await the results from other areas over the course of the next two weeks to find out which teams have made a regional final. Congratulations to all our competitors on some excellent results.

 

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