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Athletics - City of Salisbury A&RC
Written by Sport4Salisbury Reporter   
Monday, 19 June 2017 13:12

FOUR City of Salisbury young athletes defied sweltering conditions to win regional titles at the South West School championships in Exeter.

Jaymee Domoney won the senior 1,500m gold and Ottilie Knight was best in the intermediates’ javelin.

Among the junior girls, Molly Hole continued her progress, winning both the shot and the high jump, while Bea Wood took the 1,500m.

Also performing well was Skye Allen, who earned a silver medal in the 200m, with Gabrielle Kirkham claiming bronze in the long jump.

With its track and field team depleted by the Exeter event, the Salisbury club might have been expected to turn in a reduced result at the Southern Athletics league fixture in Winchester on the same day – but the small group took to multi-tasking in a big way to produce a remarkable overall win.

Highlights included the performances of Rachel Noble, who won both the long jump and triple jump as well as taking second in the high jump.

Hamish Mundell won the 400m hurdles and was second in the 110m hurdles, the 200m and the high jump.

Emma Clarke competed in no less than 12 events, racking up the points and winning the 2,000m steeplechase.

Further afield, Rithy Hy took ninth place in the international quarter marathon at Phnomh Penh in Cambodia with an excellent 46.06 minutes.

On the Hampshire/Berkshire border in a trail marathon, another event affected by the weekend heat, Phil Perry completed his eighth 26-miler of the year in a competitive 4:57.14.

Lordshill is the venue this coming Sunday for this season’s Hampshire Road Race League showdown which has attracted more than 30 Salisbury runners. The event is also the club’s inaugural 10k road championship.

 

Report by John Ruskin

 

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