ATHLETICS: West Norfolk AC celebrated joint first place in the u13 girls age group at the final East Anglian League match of the season.
A fine all-round team effort saw Amber Scott perform well in the 100m and 200m with a third place in the long jump A string with 4.06m.
Hannah Stoutt was second in the B 100m and Millie Bastian had a good day, finishing first in the B string 800m.
Abby Watson jumped a personal best for third in the high jump (1.30m) and Poppy Dunmore won the B string high jump.
The team were second in the 4x100m relay .
The u15 team were led by Rachel Chapman winning the 75m hurdles A string in 12.4.
Lucy Lim won the B string hurdles in 13.2 and Ella Scott was second in the discus.
West Norfolk Ladies (including u17s) were second overall. Georgie Lingham was second in the 100m A string (13.4). She was joined in the 100m by Hannah Greenhalgh who won the B string.
Greenhalgh went on to finish second in the 100m hurdles A string.
Emma Dewdney won the 80m hurdles and there was a fine double first in the 800m with Rebecca Cousins winning A string (2.24.2) and Nicky Neill B string (2.30.3). Neill was also second in the 400m and javelin.
Bryony Normanton won the B 400m in 66.9, while Katrina Wasteney won the B 100m hurdles.
Michaela Raine sprinted well for second in the 200m (29.3) and also 300m (46.4).
Jude Falkner won the hammer (36.48m).
The team were second in the relay (Ali, Dewdney, Raine and Greenhalgh).
U11 athletes compete as individuals and Charlie Dunmore long jumped the longest of the day (3.63m).
Holly Lawrence was the quickest female u11 sprinter (12.8), had the longest long jump (3.29m) and performed well in the 600m (2.09).
U13 newcomer Harry Weeks had a fantastic start to his career. He jumped 4.04m for third in the long jump, ran a decent 100m in 14.8 but saved his best for a fantastic 800m (second in 2.44.6).
U17 Rahim Benson had a great day, winning the long jump with a leap of 6.04m, followed up with a 200m victory in 24.9 and second place in the 100m hurdles (15.3).
Harry Knight threw 11.71m for second in the shot and 27.55m for first in the hammer.
The u15 boys were second overall.
Luke Batterham won the 200m A in 25.4 and placed second in the 100m A (12.5).
Nathan Smalls ran 12.6 for second in the B 100m and followed this up with second in the long jump.
Charlie Williams had a fine 300m victory (40.1) and jumped 11.16m for second in the triple jump.
Brother Alfie Williams had a fine day with three personal bests. He backed up his 13.6 in the 80m hurdles with 25.03m in the javelin for second and 11.16 in the shot, also second.
Arthur Knight was second in the hammer with 22.58m and won the B discus in 22.08m.
The u15s capped their day with relay victory.
The senior men were second overall. James Greenhalgh led the way with a 110m hurdles A string victory in 16.7. He also won the triple jump A in 12.09 and was second in both long jump (6.11m) and 200m (24.0).
Alan Williams scored well in the throws with a fine hammer PB of 20.12m. He showed his versatility with second place in the B string high jump (1.25m).
Adam Dewdney threw 6.36m in the shot and jumped 8.36m for second in the B triple jump.
Simon Robertson was second in the B string 800m (2.46.3).
In the 400m Leigh Robertson ran 60.3 for third in the A string and David Hardingham ran 66.7 for second in the B race.
The relay team were second.
λ West Norfolk Athletic Club faced near-hurricane conditions at Woodford Green, London, for the final round of the Southern Athletics League.
Ben Collison showed grit and determination, competing in a mixture of events, while Rebecca Cousins ended her track season with a 800m win and second place in the 400m.
Adam Dewdney ran a personal best time of 13.7secs in the 100m and Matthew Bailey won the 110m hurdles in 16.3 seconds.