Team South Bucks take third place in penultimate meeting
Small turnout made it difficult to finish higher
3000m. Perkin also teamed up with Toby Smith, Peter Finn and Tim Rogers for a convincing win in the 4x400m relay, and in the field, Kai McKenzie came second in A string high jump.
Hannah Morton bagged an A string win in the 1500m, as well as taking second in both the 400m and high jump, for the U20 women, while Emily Smith enjoyed A-string wins in both the 100m hurdles and 400m hurdles.
Emma Delgado did likewise in the B string races, claiming wins in both the 400m hurdles and 3000m, while further B string wins came courtsey of Sandie Pohlman (400m) and Tash Taylor.
Rachel Padwick was second in the B string 1500m, while the 4x400m team of Morton, Smith, Delgado and Hannah Thear were easy winners.
Just five U17 men athletes were available but all performed well, with an A-string win for Morgan Hiles in the 100m and for Fraser Kilsby in the javelin and shot. Kilsby added a B-string win in the 400m, before teaming up with Ben Layne, George Brown and Will Brown for second place in the 4x400m relay.
Robyn Watkins gained an A string win in the U17 women’s 800m, and there was B-string double for Sophie Morton (300m and 1500m), plus further B-string wins for Sandie Pohlman (800m) and Louise LyonsAppiah (long jump).
Scarlett Wager Leigh was second in the 1500m, and Molly Durston third in the hammer, while there were wins in both the 4x100m and 4x300m relays, with Maisie Pennant running in both. Joining her in the former were Durston, Lyons-Appiah and Ella Merten-Mancer, followed by Morton, Watkins and Pohlman in the latter.
Overall, Team South Bucks sit second in the table with one match left, which is at Acton on July 16.
Team South Bucks’ 1500m girls – Sophie Morton, Hannah Morton, Rachel Padwick and Scarlett Wager Leigh