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Excellent individual efforts to finish fourth
11:55am Thursday 5th June 2014 in Sport
KIDDERMINSTER and Stourport AC finished fourth in the latest round of the Heart of England League Division Two in Corby.
On a day when the weather made conditions quite difficult there were some excellent performances throughout the team.
In the U17s section, Greg Forrester won the long jump with 5.33 metres and Archie Roberts took second in the 800m in a time of two minutes and 12.7s.
James Milburn won the U15s 80m hurdles in 13.6s and Eddie Roberts was first in the 800m in a time of 62.6s.
Milburn also secured seconds in the high and long jumps while Roberts also won the B long jump.
Other notable performances came from Joshua Haines in the 200m and 1500m and Thomas Palmer in the 800m and 400m B.
In the U13 boys, Jack Lowe won the 800m in 2.31.5 and was second in the 200m in 29.7s.
Sam Landon took third in the javelin with a throw of 18.66m and was first in the 1500m B.
In the shot putt, Jack Lambert claimed second with a throw of 7.79m and came seventh in the 100m. Chris Telling was fifth in the 1500m A race and also fifth in the 200m B.
Ryan Bennett was fourth in the U11s 75m in 13.6s and was third in the long jump A with 3.17m while Alex Cook was second in the B with 2.70m.
For the U17s women there were some excellent performances to claim several first places.
Heidi Jarosinski won the 100m in 13.4s and the long jump with 5.42m.
Bryony Haines won both the 1500m and the 300m, taking the 1500m in 4.56.3 and the 300m in 45.6secs.
There were wins for Katie Lambert in the javelin A and the shot B and for Lynette McKeown in the shot A and javelin B.
Eleanor Johnson took third in the 100m B and fourth in the 300m B.
Holly Crump was third in the U15s 200m in 29.9s.
Jessica Sturridge was second in the javelin with 18.44m and took third in the shot with 6.07m and also third in the 300m B.
Olivia Jones was third in the 75m hurdles in 14.5s and Hannah Johnson was fourth in the 300m A in 48.9 secs.
In the under-11s, Hannah Telling took third in the 600m in 2.08.7.
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