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Harriers in third place following second SW League meeting

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Exeter Harriers dropped to third place overall following the second South West League match, having led after the first, with the Harriers U13 and U15 girls and boys maintaining their excellent lead in their respective age groups.
Javelin specialist Dominic Allen stepped up an age group to compete in the Senior Men’s category, coming third with a new lifetime best of 52.86, and Dave Dawson was second in the shot with 13.49.
In a competitive U20 high jump competition Jamie Anderson did well to claim second place with a new lifetime best of 1.80, and Kyle Hartnell took third place in the U17 high jump with 1.75 and third place in the 3000 in 10:02.79, both performances new lifetime bests.
Elliot Moran continued his winning streak with first place in the U15 800 in 2:10.95 and Sam Gooding took second place in the triple jump with 9.98. Olivia Dobson, also unbeaten this season, claimed another win in the U15 shot with 11.20 and Runa Manby took the runner up spot in the B string 800 in a new best time of 2:34.18. Isobel Pinsky continues good form in the sprints with wins in the 100 and 200 in 13.19 and 26.99 respectively, both new lifetime bests.
Craig Moncur claimed a win in the U13 shot with 7.84 and took the runner up spot in the high jump with 1.40 and the 200 in 29.24, both new lifetime bests. Harrison Sime was runner up in the 800 in a new best time of 2:26.89, and Cameron Bryson won the B string 800 2:40.06, with Johnny Livingstone running a good new lifetime best in the 800 in 2:35.33 and Matthew Williams runner up in the long jump with a new best distance of 4.04.
The U13 girls age group is particularly strong, with Katie Chapman claiming three wins in the high jump, long jump and shot with 1.45, 4.26 and 7.23 respectively and India Leetham taking the runner up spot in the high jump with 1.35. Rachel Champion did well in the sprints with wins in the 100 in 13.86 and 200 in 28.05, Brooke Coldwell claimed two second places in the 800 in 2:40.45 and the B string 100 in 15.11, Harriette Bond won the B string 100 and 200 with 14.10 and 29.00, both new lifetime bests and Lynn Robinson was second in the B string 200 in 28.42.