Exeter Harriers athletes competing at the Devon Open in Plymouth amassed a points total from their performances that now places them second in the current Club standings, with Tavistock AC leading the way and North Devon AC in third. Owen Styler triumphed in the Senior Men’s category with wins in the 200 and 400 in 23.71 and 53.27 respectively, and Patrick Livingstone won the U17 3000 in 9:26.86 with Jack Moncur winning the U17 high jump with 1.60 and taking second in the long jump with 5.43.
Throws specialist Josh Tyler had another successful competition with wins in the U13 hammer and discus with 20.23 and 20. 90 respectively, and achieving second in the shot putt with 7.23, and Craig Moncur won the high jump with 1.25 and placed second in the 75m hurdles in 15.86.
Josh Cann claimed two second places in the U11 Quadrathlon with 3.71 in the long jump and 2:01.3 in the 600, and Sam Mills maintains his top position the the U10 Quadrathlon with wins in the vortex throw of 27.70 and the 600 in 1:57.68 and second in the 75m sprint in 12.51.
Phoebe Killen won the U17 3000in 12:22.74 and Ellie Marok claimed the runner up spot in the 300 hurdles with 48.49. Izzy Hargreaves won the U15 100 in 13.94 and took second in the long jump with 4.57, Lauren Coleman won the 200 and 800 in 28.56 and 2:30.52 respectively and was second in the discus with 16.74, and Anna Downs came in second in the 3000 in 12:14.37.
Isobel Pinsky claimed two first places in the 75 hurdles and high jump with 12.06 and 1.45 respectively, and second place in the 100 in 14.32, with this high jump result placing Pinsky third in the South West age group rankings. Alice Please won the long jump with 4.26 and claimed second in the high jump with 1.25, Amy-Beth Curtis won the shot putt with 7.19 and was second in the long jump with 3.75, and Rosie Phillips claimed second in the shot putt with 5.99.
Imogen Congreve won the U11 75m sprint with 11.91 in a very large field of athletes, with Emily Adcock winning the U10 600 in 2:15.6 and Aimee Blatchford claiming second in 2:18.4.