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Indoor Quadrathlon 2016

- 30th Nov 2016
Under-15 Girls (L-R) Charlotte Kania, Emily Misantoni, Daisy Worthington, Abi Pa

Under-15 Girls (L-R) Charlotte Kania, Emily Misantoni, Daisy Worthington, Abi Pawlett, Holly Aitchison, Evie Wild, Grace Goodsell, Praise Owoeye, Mia Beckitt

Just a day after the opening of the new Clubhouse, Stockport Harriers Volunteers were in the thick of the action again as the Club played host to the 2016 Stockport Harriers Indoor Quadrathlon, the biggest and best supported Young Athletes Multi-Event Competition of its type in the UK. The team, led by Mike Frost, once again delivered a stellar event packed with exciting competition and some great results from Stockport Athletes to kick off what will undoubtedly be an exciting indoor season.

In the Under 15 Girls Competition, first and second-claim Stockport Harriers made up the top six spaces in a high quality and highly competitive field. The winner was Abigail Pawlett who picked up personal bests in the 60m and Shot on her way to the title. Abi held off tough competition from Daisy Worthington who set a new Quadrathlon 800m record of 2:22.8 seconds to take the silver medal, and from Grace Goodsell, who smashed both the previous 60m and Long Jump Championship best performances with 8.0 seconds and 5.26m respectively on her way to Bronze. Another second-claim Stockport Athlete, Praise Owoeye, finished in fifth while Club newcomer Emily Misantoni recorded a personal best of 9.11m in the Shot and an 800m time of 2:29.0 to finish fifth, ahead of team-mate Holly Aitchison in sixth place to complete an impressive set of results for the Stockport PSJCE Group Under 15’s.

(Photo: SHAC U15 Girls (L-R) Charlotte Kania, Emily Misantoni, Daisy Worthington, Abi Pawlett, Holly Aitchison, Evie Wild, Grace Goodsell, Praise Owoeye, Mia Beckitt)

Full SHAC U15 Girls Results:
1. Abi Pawlett (J Frost) 321pts
2. Daisy Worthington (J Frost) 309pts
3. Grace Goodsell (J Frost) 308pts
4. Praise Owoeye (J Frost) 294pts
5. Emily Misantoni (J Frost) 287pts
6. Holly Aitchison (J Frost) 284pts
8. Amy Battle (P Torrance) 252pts
9. Evie Wild (M Frost) 245pts
10. Mia Beckitt (J Frost) 237pts
13. Lauren Burgess (A Mihranian) 215pts
14. Rebecca Roach (J Frost) 203pts
16. Ella Taylor (A Mihranian) 198pts
17. Maija Dunne (J Frost) 194pts
18. Charlotte Kania (M Doyle / J Frost) 190pts
19. Rosie Lasseter (M Frost) 185pts
21. Gracie Hall (D Jackson) 175pts
22. Caitlin Harkness-Hall (D Jackson) 173pts
23. Maddie Wheeler (J Frost) 170pts
25. Tamara Tully (J Frost) 168pts
26. Mia-Rose Llewellyn (J Frost) 155pts

Stockport’s Harry Miller-Reedman took the silver position on the podium in the Under 15 Boys competition after starting the day with an 8.6 second 60m run, followed up with 7.46m to lead in the shot, 2:32.4 in the 800m and a long jump of 4.09m. Alex MacFarlane finished in fifth position, just six points ahead of sixth placed team-mate Louis-Briscall Slack, with Richard Harvey in ninth.

Full SHAC U15 Boys Results:
2. Harry Miller-Reedman (A Mihranian) 267pts
5. Alex MacFarlane (M Doyle /J Frost) 197pts
6. Louis Briscall-Slack (D Jackson) 191pts
9. Richard Harvey (M Frost) 162pts

As is usual these days, the Under 13 Girls provided a competition of the highest quality, with Bolton’s Julia Winogrodzka taking the title ahead of Southport Waterloo’s Amber Hughes and Ruby Bowie from Crewe and Nantwich. The highest placed Stockport Harriers was Rebecca Leather who finished fourth, just eleven points off the podium. Rebecca Cox and Darcy Breen also made it into the top ten in eighth and tenth respectively, while first year Under 13’s Emma Wood Doyle and Holly Stewart ended the day in eleventh and twelfth positions after solid performances.

Full SHAC U13G Results:
4. Rebecca Leather (J Frost) 238pts
8. Rebecca Cox (J Frost) 220pts
10. Darcy Breen (J Frost) 213pts
11. Emma Wood Doyle (J Frost) 210pts
12. Holly Stewart (J Frost) 204pts
20. Lydia Gilvear (J Frost) 170pts
27. Libby Martin (A Mihranian) 136pts

The Under 13 Boys competition was won by Crewe and Nantwich AC’s Oliver Atkinson who set a new Championship Best of 1:47.8 in the 600m on his way to a total of 253 points, just one point ahead of Stockport Harrier Jack Doodson on 252 points. Jonah Wall finished just outside the medals in fourth place with Sam Ayre also making the top ten with 228 points for sixth place. (Photo: Jack Doodson takes silver, missing Gold by a single point in the U13 Boys competition)

Full SHAC U13B Results:
2. Jack Doodson (J Frost) 252pts
4. Jonah Wall (A Mihrainian) 233pts
6. Sam Ayre (J Frost) 228pts
11. Arthur Kennedy (J Frost) 205pts
12. Leo Ferguson (J Frost) 190pts
13. Harvey Murphy (A Mihranian) 183pts
14. Freddie Bailey (A Mihranian) 165pts
15. Leo Peel (J Frost) 155pts
15. Daniel McCann (A Mihranian) 155pts
17. Alex Harkness-Hall (D Jackson) 117pts
18. Charlie Hall (D Jackson) 113pts

The Under 11 Girls was another age group where Stockport Harriers put in a set of excellent performances, filling six of the top seven spots and split up only by Aimee Broomby of Carlisle Aspatria in third place. The Gold Medal and top place on the podium went to Lola Unsworth, who set a Championship Record of 3.79m in the Long Jump, closing in on the Club Record of 3.86m which will surely go this year. Seren Redfern took the silver medal and Saffron Meade finished fifth. Lauren Atkinson finished in sixth and Daniela Graham Marti ended the day in seventh position.

Full SHAC U11G Results:
1. Lola Unsworth (J Frost) 312pts
2. Seren Redfern (J Frost) 291pts
4. Jessica Lord (D Jackson) 287pts
5. Saffron Meade (J Frost) 276pts
6. Lauren Atkinson (D Jackson) 257pts
7. Daniela Graham Marti (D Jackson) 253pts
12. Ashleigh Battle 227pts

Harvey Kenny of Bolton United Harriers ran 1:54.6 on his way to winning both the 600m and the overall title in the Under 11 Boys Competition, with Stockport Harriers getting two Athletes on the podium with Ollie Cox taking Silver and Matty MacFarlane and Rhys Watson sharing the Bronze. Stockport Harriers littered the results sheet in this age group with great representation from our Athletes in an incredibly close competition with just two points separating second and fifth positions.

Full SHAC U11B Results:
2. Ollie Cox (J Frost) 284pts
3. Matty MacFarlane (L Pegler) 283pts
3. Rhys Watson (A Mihranian) 283pts
5. Samesh Sivabalan (D Jackson) 282pts
6. Sam Elliott 277pts
6. Kieran Dempsey (M Moore) 277 pts
9. Luca Sheppard 268pts
10. William Bradford 259pts
11. Jack Burgess (A Mihranian) 240pts
12. Harrison Szmit (A Mihranian) 233pts

Stockport Harriers had just two Athletes in each of the Under 9 Competitions, with Abigail Kennedy finishing twelfth in the Girls, just ahead of Ellie Kania in thirteenth. In the Boys competition, there was a well deserved bronze medal and podium place for Ronan Breen, who set a Championship Best Performance in the 400m of 1:16.9 on his way to his medal. Isaac Briscall-Slack was the other Harrier competing and finished fourth, just four points adrift of the podium.

Full SHAC U9 Girls Results:
12. Abigail Kennedy (L Pegler) 189pts
13. Ellie Kania (L Pegler) 154pts

Full SHAC U9 Boys Results:
3. Ronan Breen (J Frost) 265pts
4. Isaac Briscall-Slack (D Jackson) 261pts

As well as the Combined Events Competition being held for the younger age groups there were also Open events for Under 17 and Under 20 Athletes. The Under 17 Mens 60m was won by Emilio Ramirez in 7.8 seconds, with the Girls race tied by Laura Hickey and Katie Waterworth, both with 8.1 seconds. Amy Jackson ran 8.6 seconds to win the Under 20 Womens 60m.

Matthew Connor jumped 5.10m to win the Under 17 Mens Long Jump, with 5.04m winning the Under 17 Girls for Megan Lasseter. In the 200m, 25.3 was enough for Emilio Ramirez to see off the competition in the Under 17 Mens competition. The Girls race was won by Charlie Peters of Cannock and Stafford, ahead of Stockport’s Sanna McLean and Imogen Grover.

In a mixed Shot competition Holly Benson threw 10.89m to lead the girls with 9.60m taking the Under 17 Boys competition for Matthew Connor. Amy Jackson threw 6.73m in the Under 20 Women’s competition.

The rarely run but exciting invitational 4x200m produced a Club Record performance of 1:48.6 for the Under 17 Women’s Team of Katie Waterworth, Laura Hickey, Bethan Murray and Kim Pinkowski, providing a fitting end to an exciting day of competition.