Korkmaz in top form as PAC girls win again
4x100m quartet to victory.
Casey Hilliam was also in the relay quartet and she enjoyed an excellent day winning the A-string 800m and linking up with Ellie Forrest for an A and B-string double in the high jump.
Forrest and Megan Sims were the other members of that winning relay team while Amy Gore won the A-string javelin and B-string 1500m where she linked up with Paige Nealon who recorded a personal best of 5.45.0 for second in the A-string.
As well as the Under 13 girls winning their relay in a useful 58.0, the Under 13 boys also tasted success in their 4x100m.
Owen Barker, who has enjoyed a fine year so far, won the long jump while Alex Bevan won the sprint hurdles.
Nathanael Grenfell certainly had the winning habit in the Under 15 boys age group, taking the long jump, triple jump and discus. Sam Peace took the B-string long jump as PAC recorded a fine double.
Daniel Hauck was again beyond 50m to win the Under 17 javelin while Alex Pycock recorded a sprint double in the senior men’s age group where PAC were low on numbers due to the Southern League at Southampton a day earlier.
Devon Spencer recorded a win and two seconds for the senior women while Ebony Ogle won the Under 15 girls 100m.
Hunts Athletic Club’s throwers were in fine form in that category, Rachel Basham winning the shot and discus while Diane Perreira won the A-string hammer and B-string discus.
Nene Valley sent a small team to their match at Ipswich but didn’t provide any winners.
RELAY IMPRESSIVE: Peterborough Athletic Club youngsters impressed in the relays. Pictures: MATTHEW DALTON