Written by DB
The 15-strong K&P Officials Detail,aided and abetted by fair weather,served up another Meeting worthy of the Title Names,for which the Club is indeed grateful. The number of runners(140) was slightly down on the last 2 years,but only by a dozen or so,mainly because of other school fixtures - the U11s & U13s were on a par with 2006 and 2007.
U11G - Jessica Wenlock(Long Ditton PS) was a clear winner by 20secs and she led her school to victory in the team event for the Frank Schubert Trophy from Hinchley Wood PS with Latchmere 3rd.Amy Gooch won the K&P Championship(Peter Townsend Trophy) from Jessica Lavender.
U11B - Oliver Hall(ChristChurchPS),in form in the Downs League already,won this narrowly from last year's winner,Philip Bearman. Again,the winner led his school to the top of the podium for the 2nd Frank Schubert Trophy,ahead of Long Ditton,with Hinchley Wood 3rd.Eden Jeffrey took the K&P Champs(Steve Hall Trophy) from Patrick Harris,with Joe Lavender 3rd.
U13G - Faye Holder(Tiffins) outpaced Layla Thompson to take this race,with Hinchley Wood SS winning the Stan Belton Trophy from Putney High. Layla took the Stan Belton K&P Trophy from twin,Mae, with Minty Allen 3rd.
U13B - Tiffins' Tim Livingstone won from teammate,Nikolay Schubert and they led their school to team honours(Doris Holland Trophy) ahead of Wimbledon College & Hinchley Wood. Nikolay took the Club's Jimmy Wood Trophy from Matthew Broderick & Adam Curran.
U15G - Molly Renfer(Tiffins) was in a class of her own,over a minute ahead of her teammate,Grace Fletcher and they,too,took their school to the Stan Belton Trophy. Molly also won the individual K&P version of the Stan Belton Trophy ahead of Francesca Currie.
U15B - George Corcoran celebrated his selection for Surrey Schools in the forthcoming InterCounty in Kent by winning this mixed race,ahead of Callum Peebles(Tiffins). Hinchley Wood won the Bert Holland team trophy with George taking the Jimmy Wood Trophy(K&P) from Robert Hunter.
The other Club Champs,run with the U15B saw the holder,Rachel Burbridge(in her 2nd race of the day) retain her Senior Women's Doris Nice Trophy,ahead of Debbie Raymond, and Susanne Dietrich acquired the Veteran Women's prize,the Parents Trophy.
Full results on this site via the Main Menu and also on the NB at the Stadium.
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