As well as Keeran Sriskandarajar winning the joint Junior Boys 800m English Schools Championship last Sunday afternoon in Manchester with a time of 2:01.17, other Harriers young athletes from the James McDonald middle distance training group were in action to help the club win their fixture in the Ebbisham League.
At Woodcote School, Coulsdon, the boys competed in the first Ebbisham League Match of the season comfortably winning the Match by some 100 points with the help of a few Multi-eventers, namely Mathieu Ladure, Max Reglar and Josh Maguire who had
volunteered to do other events.
In the Under 13 Boys age group Matthieu competed in the 75mH 17.3, Shot 6.0m and 1500m 5:02.2 as well as the non-scoring 100m 13.5. Max Reglar 800m 2:24.2 and HJ 1.40m, Caspian Holmes a 5s PB, with a mind-blowing 2:17.7 in the 800m and Will Perry 2:55.6, Dylan Gillies 4s PB for the 1500m 4:57.5 he also did the Javelin, Jack Mclennan 5:06.1 in the 1500m and 30.5 for the 200m,and Stanley Potter 36.5 for 200m.
In the Under 15 Boys Age Group Archie Penniceard continues to impress with a new 800m 2:07.4 mark as well as a new 40.6, 300m PB. Jon Goldston also improved his 800m mark by 2s to 2:11.3 and ran 41.1 for the 300m. Warren Wilson ran 2:18.7 for the 800m and 43.6 for the 300m and. Josh Maguire ran a new 2:14.2 800m PB and 1.40m (HJ). Fabien Whitelock improved his 1500m by 5s in 4:32.4, Freddie Hake improved his pb by 3s to
4:44.8 and Alex Wilson 4:45.2 ran a new 5s PB.
Over in Battersea Pak where the senior athletes SAL was taking place U17 Robin Bebbington ran the 800m in 2:12.16, another U17 David Aisa Miller in 2:15.4 and U20 Sam Camenzuli ran a season’s best 4:35.60 for the 1500m..