A stronger men’s team turned out for the Southern Athletics League at Swindon, on a very hot Saturday, coming 2nd in both the 4×100 relay and 4×400 relay with a tight finish, in the former, with Guildford being given the same time of 46.0s.
Kit Oliver Stevens ran 100m 12.2s and 400m 53.4s. Chris Perry ran the 100m 12.1s, 200m 24.1s, matching his pb in both and ran his first 400H coming 2nd in 68.4s. Sam Crowter ran the 200m in 31.6s. Steven Berrisford ran the 400m 54.8s. Ben Stone competed in 4 events, 800m 2:24.5. 1500m 5:07.4, he ran his first 3000m 10.41.4 and had a first shot putt 7.73m. Joachim Tranvag competed in the 3000m, he ran close all the way with Ben Collins from Chichester AC, he re-entered the lead on the last lap winning by 7s. Matt Prisk ran the 3000m steeplechase in 11:00.3 a pb by a massive 25s. Christian Pugsley was the only field event athlete in the team winning the long jump (6.48m) in a new pb by 2cm and also winning the Triple jump.
Only 3 ladies travelled to Swindon, Freya Rose won the 100m 13.1s and the 200m with a pb of 26.8s. Jemima Kerley won the 400m in 62.1s and Isabella Kerley was 2nd in the ‘B’ string 64.2s.