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The Under 13 team finished second again at K2 Crawley behind the host Club. Scoring 181 points behind Crawley’s 220 points, but ahead of Haywards Heath (132 points), Worthing (119 points), East Grinstead (100 points) and Chichester (30 points).

Madeleine Way ran well to win the 70m Hurdles in 11.9s, with Phoebe Penston winning the B race in 12.5s.These two teamed up in the 150m in which Way ran out an easy winner in the A race (21.6s), with Penston running 22.9s for second place in the B race. Kyla Ball won the High Jump with a clearance of 1.35m and then went on to jump 3.69m to take 3rd place in the Long Jump, with Lizzy Crossman jumping 3.51m for second place in the B event. Two second places were achieved in the 1000m with Honey Thomson running 3.m29.3s in the A race and Emma Harrison 3m46.0s in the B race.  The 75m saw Ellen Pratt run 11.1s for second place in the A race and Emma Harrison also finish second in the B race (11.5s). Maddie Wilders took second place in the Discus with a throw of 12.92m with Megan Hulcoop winning the B event with a throw of 11.22m.

Theo Ramage won the Boys High Jump with a leap of 1.40m, with Tom Easdale taking second place in the B event (1.20m). Ramage then went on to throw 8.10m in the Shot for a second place. Seth Bond and Harry Long both took second places in the Long Jump, jumping 4.16m and 3.59m respectively. Long took another second place in the Javelin with a throw of 23.51m, and Bond took second place in the 75m Hurdles with a run of 14.2s. The 75m races saw Joe Cresswell win the B race in 11.2s, with William Gosedn running 11.5s for third place in the A race.

The relays as usual finished the programme, with the Girls team of Penston, Way, Pratt and Harrison finishing second in 57.9s and the Boys team of Long, Cresswell, Gosden and Bond running 59.7s for fourth place. This result leaves the Club comfortably in 2nd place in the league.

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