Kingston Athletics Club and Polytechnic Harriers
Midweek roundup May 24-28 Print
Written by David Barrington   
Friday, 28 May 2004 08:14
Just keeping the ball rolling - The 2 Rosenheim teams defied the rain at Walton~~ see separate report-- In Milan,Dominique Blaize won the European Schools U18 LJ with 5.91 and then ran a 200 leg in the medley relay -- but not good news for the BAL team for Derby as Gareth Cook has joined Kyle Stevens with a broken bone -- Happier news,though,as Maurice Joyce celebrates his 60th birthday on Saturday by directing the Surrey Vets Champs at Kingsmeadow. More later!
Ebbisham League Croydon May 23 2004 Print
Written by David Barrington   
Monday, 24 May 2004 20:50

Fewer boys travelled to Croydon but many of the keener brethren were present and,though Croydon were significantly stronger on home ground,the team hung on well to record 2nd place and keep at the top of the table with a One League point advantage over the day's hosts.

Southern Mens League Kingsmeadow May 22 Print
Written by David Barrington   
Monday, 24 May 2004 10:40
The thin scoring turnout managed a slightly less than impressive 46 points,but purpose was served with several BAL performers honing their preparation for Derby.Youngsters Luke Wheeler & Matthew Field shone;Billy Blake,Jonathan Smallbones & Ben Nethercott showed promise and one or two veterans warmed up for the Surrey Champs on May 29. Scores:Redhill 140,Holland 128,T.Wells 122,K&P 46 and K&P lie 15th of 16 in the table.
Southern Womens League Haringey May 22 Print
Written by David Barrington   
Monday, 24 May 2004 18:29

A tidy performance in Match 2 of the series enabled the team to notch up a useful 171pts for 3rd and now stand 7th after 2 rounds.The standard was marginally up on round one but the core of the team still scored significantly - a handy debut from Emily Harriman was augmented by wins from Sasha Gordon(BSLJ 5.17),Lana Whatley(BS100H 17.7),Camilla 'Yet more records' Thrush,ably backed by Amy Dodd and the customary treble from Dominique Blaize(HJ/LJ/100H) in the senior events.

Surrey County Championships Kingsmeadow May15/16 Print
Written by David Barrington   
Thursday, 20 May 2004 09:56

Two fine days produced many fine performances from K&P athletes;there were a host of pbs and five club records,all of no mean standard.Camilla Thrush(32.53DT 3rd),Sarah Harris(40.71 300) & Dominique Blaize(6.01 LJ) all improved their own marks with Matthew Field taking his 100H time down to 14.51,only to lose his U15 record to a rampant Stuart Price(11.67 80H).Significant advancement,too,from elder brother,Craig,whose 51.73/1.57.07 bronze double highlights the influence of coach Wayne Martin.


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