Wells City Harriers

"A FRIENDLY RUNNING CLUB THAT WELCOMES ATHLETES OF ALL AGES AND ABILITIES"

 

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 (Above - two of our regular Monday training group - Elspeth & Ferne with their medals - photo by Paul)

 

Harriers were out in force at this year’s County Athletic Association’s Championships, once again held at the Bill Whistlecroft Arena in Yeovil. May 14th & 15th 2022.

 

For some it was their first taste of County Championships and especially for those juniors training with us on a Monday evening they may well have been a bit nervous before competing, but all acquitted themselves well and set new marks or times and mostly personal bests.

 

Saturday at the Championships was really sunny and bright whilst on Sunday by mid-afternoon the rain moved in and some competed in the downpour. All part of gaining valuable experience in all conditions. This report is brief and may well miss out some names/performances. If you are a senior Harrier or parent of a junior you can help future reporting by writing up some words about Harriers in a particular event/age group or sending in some good photos – the more action in the photo the better!

 

Our thanks as ever to the Championship Secretary, David Cooke, who still found time to compete in the 400m in spite of his busy weekend (& the preceding weeks!) and to all of the officials who give up their time to enable these events run like clockwork. Again, senior Harriers and parents of juniors that like competing at Track & Field should consider becoming qualified as an official to ensure these Championships continue into the future….

 

(Below: The latest Harrier to be awarded Hon Life Membership,for selection for TeamGB,  Harry Barton, had a blast at the 110m Hurdles at the County Championships. Next stop - running again this weekend for TeamGB - photo by Paul)

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(Above - another pair from our keen Monday evening training group - Charlie & Rosie after their successful Championships - photo by Paul)

 

Noted Championship performances (probably not a full list of Harriers):

U11s:

Charlie Franchomme 60m 9.79pb

Charlie Franchomme 600m 2.05pb

Rosie Garge 600m 2.16pm

U13s

Elspeth Perkins 100m 15.20pb

Elspeth Perkins 200m 30.98pb

Ferne Pike 200m 34.37pb

Ferne Pike LJ 2.81mpb

Amelia Garge 1500m 6.00pb

Oskar Beck 800m 2.34pb

Leyton Finn 800m 2.40

Jack Barker 800m 2.41pb

Jack Barker 100m 16.13pb

Max Greaves 100m 15.36pb

U15s

Katherine Williams LJ 3.08mpb

Lily Greaves 800m 2.43pb

Amelie Cook 1500m 5.24pb

Amelie Cook 3000m 11.30pb

Macey Burge 1500m 5.20pb

U17s

Sophie Nicholls 1500m 4.34

Sophie Nicholls 3000m 9.52

Jack Harvey 800m 2.02pb

Melissa McCusker 300m 43.60pb

Harrison Williams 3000m 9.45

U20s

Bradley Glover 800m 2.05

Oliver Castle 800m 2.12pb

Harry Barton 110mH 14.31

Seniors

Zak Hurrell 1500m 4.16pb

Christian Green 1500m 4.25

Christian Green 3000m 9.19

Jon James 1500m 4.41

Matt Lusby 2000mSC 6.27pb

Laurence Badman 2000mSC 7.09pb

Laurence Badman 800m 2.17

In time, of course all of these results will feed through to their power of ten profiles. Check that they’ve got it right here & let them know if they've missed your results

 

Full Results as ever on County AA website.

 

HARRIER AGM

 

There was a good turn out once again for this year's AGM.

Draft Minutes of last week's Meeting held on Wednesday 11th May here

& full list of committee members for 2022/23 here 

Congratulations  again to all those who were worthy award winners

 

(Below - u13s Leyton & Oskar after good runs in the 800m at the County Champs in the Yeovil Clubhouse - photo by Paul)

 

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