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Ryston were out in full force in their home East Anglian League match. There was plenty of wins, personal bests and impressive performances by athletes young and old.

Thea Howlett improved her club record in the Under 15 Girls Long Jump adding over 20cm to her best to leap out to a distance of 4.99m to win her Long Jump. The biggest improvement of the day went to Bea Honeybone who has been throwing 13m in Javelin all year, had an amazing throw of 20.55m to finish second in her age group. She also finished second in the shot put

Also competing in the Juniors Girls were Kate Willis (U15) who won her 800m (2.26.9) and HJ (1.35m), she also came second in her first ever 300m in a time of 46.1 seconds. Meg Willis jumped an impressive 1.35 to comfortably win the U13 Girls Long Jump, she also finished second in the 800 (2.44.6mins) and Long Jump (1.35m). Mia Moore won her first ever hurdles race in a time of 15.0 with Lily Teasdale close behind in 16.4 seconds.

In the Under 13 Boys Kit Howlett had a couple of wins in the Javelin (23.43m) and Long Jump (4.18), he was also second in the 1500 in a new pb of 5.18mins. Competing in the Long Jump with Kit was Kieran Bell in his first even competition won the B String long jump with a leap of 4.05, he was also third in his 100m race in a time of 15.3. The U13B 1500 was filled with Ryston athletes with Harry Wakefield running a new PB to finish 4th in 5:23.8, and Owen Kitchener finishing 5th in 5:28.5.

In the U13B Sprints Joe McNulty finished 2nd in the 200m in 30.3secs and third in 100m in 14.2secs. In the U15B  Robert MacQueen using blocks for first time did well to run 13.4 in 100 and 28.6 in the 200m. Charlie Wakefield ran an impressive time of 4:47.4 to finish 3rd in the U15B 1500.

It was also a good day for the older athletes. Gareth Hunt improved his 1500m personal best by over 8 seconds to run a time of 4:30.6 mins. Quinton Houston won both his 100m (12.2secs) and High Jump (1.75m) as well as recording the furthest throw in Javelin (34.45m). David Lane was only 30cm of his Discus pb. Paul Harrison had season bests in both Long and Triple Jump, winning his in the Triple. In the Under 17 Mens Anwar PB’d in the 100 (12.8secs) as well as winning the Discus (29.88m).

The Senior Women had some very impressive performances, Caitlin Harris-Doy pb’d in the Long (3.99m) as well she won the High Jump with 1.40m. Naomi Darkins was also in the High Jump and won the B String (1.35m). Holly Chen pb’d in the Shot Put throwing 8.47m. Annie Rooks came third in the 1500, running a time of 5.19.4.

In the Under 11’s David MacQueen jumped 3.63m registering the furthest jump of all the Under 11’s. Also in the Under 11’s was Thomas Turner who jumped 3.04m and Riley Bell who jumped 3.02m.

Thanks to everyone who came and help the event run, without volunteers events like this wouldnt happen.