ONE of the hardest things four developing athletes is to try and compete with athletes a year or three older than you.
However, the young charges at Thurrock Harriers put themselves up against much older athletes at the National Under 20’s League match at Ware, Hertfordshire.
Top of the list was Emmanuel Stephens who shone in both the 100m with an easy 10.9 seconds, and the 200m with a time of 21.9 seconds.
Darryl Worbey continued his good form to place second in the 1500m,. Linzi Boosey topped the girls with a throw of 39.39m in the Hammer event. Newcomer Jack, threw well in the discus to place third.
This season is the first that the Club has entered a team in this League. Team Manager, Gerry Heapy, was pleased with the day’s performances.
400H Georgia Webber 4th 79.4secs
LJ Nancy Le Beau 2nd 5.04m
Hammer Linzi Boosey 2nd 39.39m
100m Emmanuel Stephens 1st 10.9 secs
200m Emmanuel Stephens 1st 21.9 secs
400m A: Lewis Protheroe 4th 55.8 secs B: Lennox Thompson 54.0 secs
800m Dennis Cross 6th 2.18.6 secs
1500m A: Darryl Worbey 2nd 4.09.7 secs B: Tom Richardson 3rd 4.12.6 secs
LJ Lennox Thompson 6th 5.33m
Discus Jack 3rd 29.70m