Success at the Sussex Road Relays -Update U13’s Girls

Saturday 6th April 2013

Despite the cold wind and flurries of snow Phoenix was out in force for the Sussex Road Relays at Christ’s Hospital School, held Sunday March 30th.

Phoenix entered 2 teams for the Senior Women races, 3 for the Under 13 Girls and 1 Under 15 girls. Phoenix led from the start in the Under 13 Girls race with Naomi Fonteyn recording the fastest lap of 6.43 with her team mate Almi Nerurkar a close second with 6.50.

The men’s teams were out in force with 2 teams entered for the Masters Men, Over 50 and Under 13 Boys races and 1 team for the Over 60 Men & Under 15 Boys.
In the Under 15s Archie Davis ran the fastest time in 5:39 to place Phoenix 5th.
3rd places were achieved in the Over 40 and 60 races with Bruce Warren running the fastest lap time of 11.23 for Over 50 Men.

The day ended in another high with the Senior Men storming to the lead to defend their title, winning in 59.08 with fastest laps from Charlie Grice (9:37) and Jon Pepper (9:41).

See Results Page for full results.

Well done to everyone who ran – you have earned your Easter Eggs!

Roy Hayward - U13’s Girls report

After a fantastic cross country season with the under 13’s team winning the Brooks Cross Cross Country League Championships, with Almi winning individual Gold and Naomi winning individual Bronze.
Almi then went ok to win the individual gold with Naomi winning bronze in the Sussex Cross country championships at Stanmer park.
The girls followed this up last weekend with a brilliant win in the Sussex Road Relay, the U13’s team consisted of Almi, Naomi and Chloe who won the title with the B team taking a fantastic Bronze this consisted of Charlotte Matthews, Ateya Marshall and Louisa Saunders who had never run together as a team.
We turn our thoughts to track and field season with a lot of our younger team members moving up to Under 15’s. So who knows what we can achieve this summer with both age groups being represented at U13’s and U15’s girls.
Let’s hope the boys can step up this summer as well.