Club Rankings, Records & Gold Awards


With the track & field season just coming to a conclusion, for an up to date list of 2016 club rankings across all age groups and events click this link.


Amongst the club rankings above there have been eight all time club records broken to date, will any more records be broken this year?

U13B 4 x 100m (51.8) Dominic Turner, Sam Petherbridge, Harvey James & Charlie Holland.

U13B 100m (12.66) Charlie Holland

U13B 200m (26.03) Charlie Holland.

U13B Pole Vault (2.50m) Noah Osborne.

U13G 70m Hurdles (11.19) Carys Poole.

U17W 3000m Walk (15.20.38) Megan Stratton-Thomas

U20W 5000m Walk (27.29.35) Megan Stratton-Thomas

SW Long Jump (5.96m) Imelda Morrison.

GOLD AWARDS: Gold Awards 2016 Matrix.doc

With just the YDL Final to go the current tally of Gold Awards amounts to 54 by 34 different athletes. The number of awards is currently down on those achieved over the past three seasons but there is a serious drop in the number of overall performances with only 184 recorded during the season to date which is the lowest we have recorded since 2007. and considerably down on the 2013 record of 364 (nearly double this year's total). Whilst the number of awards is good the lack of depth in the overall number of performances does give cause for some concern especially when noting that 5 athletes alone have recorded 97 of the 184 total.

The Under 13 Boys top the table with 18 awards by 9 athletes who produced 70 marks to qualify and is the best ever by the age group.

Next we had the Under 13 Girls with 12 awards by 5 athletes and 44 performances with 7 of these awards being gained by Carys Poole.

The Under 15 Girls chalked up 12 awards also by 9 athletes and 29 performances.

They were followed by the Under 15 Boys with 5 awards by 4 athletes and 22 performances.

5 awards have been won by the U17 Men by 5 different athletes who marked up 12 performances

The Under 17 Women produced three awards by 2 athletes with 7 performances.

Next weekend should see some changes to the statistics with one last opportunity to add to the above figures.