Joint effort earns second place
HAVING moved back into the ladies' and U15 girls' section of the Southern Women's League, Dorking & Mole Valley AC did very well to come second of eight clubs in division one south.
They joined forces with Reigate Priory and Holland Sports for the match and collected 212 points at a cold and wet Sutton Arena.
Making their first appearances for the team, Susie Crayton and Lauren Offin scored highly in the U15 throws. Crayton was second in the A shot with 7.58m and first in the A discus (19.56m). Offin won both B events with 6.59m in shot and 19.23m in discus.
Freya Jhugroo won the 100m in 14.4 seconds, with her mum Kate almost making it a family double, finishing only a tenth of a second behind the senior B winner in 15.4 seconds (a W45 club record).
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Freya high jumped 1.25m and posted 18.0 in the hurdles.
Emily Hornung set a PB in winning the A long jump with 4.19m and was also second in the B 200m (31.7) and recorded 2 minutes 43 seconds in the 800m.
Lucy Brett was second in the A 800m (2.35.5) and A 200m (30.4) and third in the A high jump (1.30m).
Becky Loomes was in second position in the A 75m hurdles in 16.0 and second B places in the jumps with 1.30m and 3.65m.
Megan Winslade was third in the 1,500m in 5.34.1. Alice Blair was second B in the 800m in 2.51. U13 Bea Allan had her first ever track race, 2.43.8 in the 800m.
In the seniors, most points were scored by the throwers with Kasia Kublik-Okon second in the A discus (21.87m), and in B hammer (21.61m) and sixth in the javelin.
W40 Jane Wilcox broke her own club record in the hammer with 24.09m (fourth A), was second B in the discus (15.32m), third B in the shot (6.45m), fifth in the javelin and third B in long jump (3.44m).
After a 12.5-mile run the day before, Louise Ionascu coasted the 1,500m in 5:42 (second A). U20 Leanne Kavanagh (Holland) won the 400m (63.5) with Priory's Alice Chandler (U17) first in the 800m (2:29.1) and U20 Nicole Loucaides first in the triple jump (9.70m).
U17 Monica Hill long jumped 4.90m (second A). She was second A in the 100m (14.5) and third A in the shot put (7.09m).