Strong start to Premier Division

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Marshall Milton Keynes Athletic Club’s juniors opened their Premier Division account with a fine fourth at Stantonbury.

In the U15 boys events David Boakye was 2nd in the 100m (12.4) and 3rd in the 200m (25.5). Third places in the 1500m went to Robert Hickman (4.45.0) and James Dowsett (5.02.2).

In the “A” string throws James Ericsson-Nicholls won the hammer with 27.86m and James Palmer threw the javelin 36.99m for 3rd place and took 4th places in both shot and discus.

For the under 13 boys, Pemiwa Aderoju won the 75m hurdles(15.2) and placed 4th in both high jump and javelin. Harrison Turner-Robson was 2nd in the “B” hurdles (16.4).

In the shot Tim Penley threw5.72m for 3rd “A” string with Yinka Adelowo winning the “B” event (5.55m).

Charlotte Bailey (1.45m) and Tamzin Hill (1.40m) produced a double victory in the under 15 girls high jump.

In this age group Imogen Dunckley placed 3rd in the “A” 100m (13.8)and Iris Mae-Morse was 2nd in the “B” race(13.9).

There was a tight finish in the 1500m as Holly Jamieson ran 5.13.4 for 3th in the “A” string and Jessica Nuttall 3rd in the “B” with 5.16.4.

Rebecca Tsumeni threw the shot 7.61m for 2nd place and also won the “B” hammer with 17.09m. Jasmine Trapnell was 3rd in both the “A” string hammer (25.90m) and discus (18.95m).

Charlotte Underwood made a bold effort to win the under 13’s 800m but was just beaten for first place with a time of 2.38.4. Second places in this age group to Lateefa Agherimi (70mhurdles/14.2) and both Lara Moffatt (11.70m) and Ashleigh Coker (10.70m) in the javelin. Amy Aldous won the “B” high jump (1.20m).