Double for Hannah

August 5th, 2013 by News Desk

HANNAH Owen notched a double victory as Ashford Under15 girls eased to third place in the Kent Young Athletes League match at the Julie Rose Stadium.
She won the A shot with 7.89m and then took the B discus with 15.84 while Jaimee-Ann Heyes was second in the A event with 19.21m and Hannah had a fine third in the A high jump with 1.35m.
Jaimee-Ann was also third in the A javelin with 19.53m.
Grace Sullivan dominated the A long jump with a comfortable win with 5.14m and Grace was also third in the A 200m with 27.01 well supported by Eve Graham in the B race.
Alexandra Prickett picked up good points in the 300m and 75m hurdles well backed up by Danielle Godden and Heyes. Eve also scored well in the B high jump and long jump with Elanor Potter and Ellie Atkins making it a fine team display.
The U13 girls finished fourth with the girls finishing fourth overall with their main win coming from Jade Curtis taking the A high jump with 1.40m.
Hannah Brooks scored well winning the B shot and second in the B 1200m and a solid team performance was completed with contributions from Faith Cox, Ella Hindle, Hannah Graham, Alice Bussey, Jacqueline Benson and Rebecca Humphries.
It was a similar show from the boys, fourth overall after a third by the U15s and fourth from the U13s.
Consistency was the order of the day with no events wins by the U15s but plenty of good finishes.Peter Banks led the way with seconds in the A 200m and 300m and the B long jump and well supported by Oliver Marsh while Ed Miller had a second in the A javelin and fourth in the shot supported by seconds in the B events by George Maher in the shot and hammer.as well as a fine third in the A long jump.
Valuable points came from Kian Crawford, Marshall Smith and Jake Timmins.
Lewis Godden led the way for the U13s with a win in the A long jump with Jake Chapman second in the B event. Lewis was also second in the A discus with Oliver Rice second in the B event while James Taylor was second in the A hammer with Owen Johns third
Other good scoring came from Harry Pitman, Craig Deeley and Tom Keaveney.

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