Throwers inspire a Havering victory

HAVERING MAYESBROOK S men s Southern League side ran out easy winners in their Division Three North fixture at Newham on Saturday. The throwers made it a clean sweep as Bradley Reece, Darron Keevil, Sam Harrison, Georgie Bean and Arron Boning were unriva

HAVERING MAYESBROOK'S men's Southern League side ran out easy winners in their Division Three North fixture at Newham on Saturday.

The throwers made it a clean sweep as Bradley Reece, Darron Keevil, Sam Harrison, Georgie Bean and Arron Boning were unrivalled.

Bonning also added high jump, pole vault and hurdles victories.

Joe Ramie claimed a hat-trick of wins in the 100m, long and triple jump, while the 800m and 1,500m also yielded full points as Neil Collins, Anthony Soar, Callum Sutton and Peter Coates earned top billing.


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Vince Lazaro and Stuart Tufton added long jump and pole vault wins, as Kieron Nelson took the 110m hurdles B honours.

A trio of club steeplechasers all won gold on the fourth day of the Essex Championships at Woodford on Saturday.

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Sara Luck ran the seven-and-a-half lap 3,000m steeplechase event on her own, clocking 11 minutes 6.61 seconds.

It was not only a club best but takes her into the UK all-time top 50.

Rob Warner added the men's gold with a good time and season's best of 9.49.4 for his fourth consecutive Essex title.

He then travelled on to Newham and contributed a leg for the Southern League 4x400m squad.

Grant Twist was just outside his PB in taking the under-20 2,000m steeplechase title with 6.25.6, while Angela James added silver in the under-18 county heptathlon competition, scoring a new PB total of 3,495 points.

Havering Mayesbrook's Harriet Scott was a fine fourth in the colours of British Students' 1,500m team at the Loughborough International on Sunday.

Her time of 4.22.69 was a four-second improvement on her season's best.

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