The Kent track relay championships took place at Medway Park on Sunday 22nd September. There were some fantastic performances for M&M athletes across the age groups.
The U13 boys 3x800m team of Henry Gibson, Jay Trimmer and Ethan Rowlings were 2nd (7:55.4) taking the silver medal. Not to be outdone, the U13 girls fielded 3 teams with the silver medal going to Iris Crossley, Molly Marsh and Amber Matthews (8:24.4) with team 2 also running strongly for 4th (Heidi Hughes, Elizabeth Fry and Sophie Stratford) and team 3 in 7th place (Erin Marsh, Melissa Cagan and Beth Palmer). There was a silver medal for the U15 boys for Callum Featherstone, Hayden Gear and Cameron Featherstone (7:00.0) with the U15 girls, Sarah Mitchell, Abigail Royden and Anna Palmer taking the gold (7:41.1). The U17 Men were also silver medalists (6:47.1).
The 4x100m U13 boys of Cameron Isaac, Stanley Cook, Daniel Shoyoye and Charlie Rouse run a PB time of 54.1 to take a brilliant 3rd place and club record with team 2 coming 5th (57.4). The U15 boys, Keiran Isaac, Daniel Hardy, Dylan Purton and Jasper Emmanuel also finishing strongly taking the silver medal position in 46.6 with the U17 team taking the bronze (47.7).
The U13 4x100m girls of Evie Cameron, Emily Moyle, Rebeccah Akinsanya and Millie Davidson-Houston also took a brilliant bronze medal in 54.5 with the U15 team finishing in 5th position (54.6). The Senior woman, Lucy Hope, Emily Featherstone, Elle Wastell, Zara Edeleanu taking the gold medal in 51.6.
The senior men 4x200m team of Nathan Isaac, Lorcan Rodgers, Conor Murphy and Reegan Archer finished in 2nd place in 1:32.1 with team 2 in 5th position. The U17 team also finished in 2nd (1:38.9) and U15 boys in 4th (1.39.8). The U13 boys of Cameron Issac, Charlie Rouse, Daniel Culver and Daniel Shoyoye were bronze medalists in 1:55.2 with team 2 taking 4th (2:02.9).
The 2×200 U17 team women were 5th (1:54.4), with the U15 girls in 4th place (1:55.1) and U13 girls 6th (2:00.6).
There was a 3rd place for the 4x300m U15 boys in 2:41.3.
In the U17 4x300m the girls narrowly missed a medal for 4th position (3:04.2). The U15 girls’ team of Sarah Mitchell, Abigail Royden, Siren Campbell and then a storming leg by Princess Asemota finished in 2nd position for the silver medal (3:04.7).
There was a win for the 4x400m men (Alex Donnelly, Reegon Archer, Conor Murphy and Ben Blake in 3:27.1 and 3rd for the U17 men in 3:57.9. The senior women of Lucy Hope, Emily Featherstone, Lucy Maunders and Liberty Kerswill taking gold in 4:15.
Well done to John Foster finishing in 6th place in both the Long Jump and Triple Jump.
Well done all. Full results are here