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Athletics - City of Salisbury A&RC
Written by Sport4Salisbury Reporter   
Friday, 24 February 2017 09:27

CITY of Salisbury's young athlete Jaymee Domoney opened his 2017 account at Lee Valley in East London in style by clipping more than three seconds off his previous best for the 800m.

On the tight indoor track in a middle distance open event he took third place with a highly promising 1:54.65, setting a marker for further successes once the outdoor season gets underway.

Also in form,in the centre of Birmingham’s indoor track, Molly Hole cleared 1.65m in the under 15s high jump to rank age-group number one in the UK.

Meanwhile, at the Bramley 20-mile road race near Reading, one of the region’s traditional fixtures that runners use to prepare for the forthcoming marathon season, Rithy Hy was the club’s quickest on the day - his 2:17.03 time showing he too is close to his best form.

Angus Paton also produced a good run, with 2:20.13 - within sight of Clive Smith’s 2:20.45.

Jane Whiteley clocked 3:21.41 while Colin Martin was comfortably inside four hours with 3:50.12.



Report by John Ruskin


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