07:00PM, Friday 10 May 2019
Alex Haydock-Wilson will represent GB in the 4x400m Relay in in Japan tomorrow.
The Windsor, Slough, Eton & Hounslow (WSEH) AC team was hit hard by a fixture clash for their Alder Valley Boys League match at Eton this weekend, as they ended the match in seventh place.
WSEH’s Saturday fixture came only a day before the UK Athletics Youth Development League Premier Division match, meaning their squad was depleted but not exhausted.
Jack Campbell set a new personal best at the U17 event, finishing fourth in the 800m with a time of 2m11.5 while Charlie Turner finished second in the B string on 2m14.4 – another personal best.
The U15s sprints saw Zac Richardson equal his best in the 100m in 12.3 seconds.
Basil Tuma was on form to win the 200m in a close-to-best 23.7 while Jack Staunton set a pb of 44.1 seconds with his fourth placed finish in the 300m.
Oliver Lewis continued the spate of personal bests with a 2m22.1 third-placed finish in the 800m while the best of the field events came in the long jump as Demari Gumbs placed third with a pb of 4m86.
The Under 13 sprinters performed well with Rashaad Derby finishing fourth in the 100m in 13.4 seconds, and the meeting ended on a high for WSEH with a victory in the 4x100m for the U15 team of Adam Nuhu, Basil Tuma, Hasan Humadi and Hershel Joshi in 50.6 seconds.
Elsewhere, WSEH’s Alex Haydock-Wilson has been selected to represent GB in the 4x400m Relay in the World Relay Championships in Japan tomorrow (Saturday).
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