Relays round-up 14th Sep 19
Croydon Harriers took on the county’s best athletes at the Surrey Road Relays on Saturday at Wimbledon with 16 runners in action.
The men’s team placed a respectable 12th, with James Hancock particularly shining with the 20th fastest individual time of the day, completing the 5k course in 15:15. Ernie Hann, James Moore, Jake Simmonds, David Brown and Isaac Flanagan completed the Croydon contingent.
The ladies team finished a respectable 13th with Anna Corby, Laura Marshall, Madeleine Armstrong-Pileth and Sandie Sarker-Bell completing the quartet.
The B team featured Jule Del Nevo with 2nd efforts from Corby, Armstrong-Pileth and Sarker-Bell to place 15th out of the 20 competing clubs.
The men’s B team comprised of Andy Del Nevo, Johnny Long, Colin Oxlade, Jacob Armstrong-Pileth and a 2nd leg from Simmonds finishing 19th.
At Sparrows Den, three young athletes teams from Croydon Harriers finished at the Will Bolton Memorial Relays.
The Under 15 boys trio of Douglas Aikman, Samuel Mowa and Chizoba Nkamuo were 13th out of the 39 competing teams.
The Under 13 trio of Kobi Blake, Kyron-Bailee Burke and Isaac Hemmings were 26th while the Under 15 girls team of Jana Sethna-McIntosh, Jenna Hooper and Holly Perks were 37th.
In the adults races, Croydon’s mixed men’s team of Joachim Bambury, Zachary Blair, Nick Marshall and James Moore finished 15th out of the 34 teams who closed in.
The Under 17 girls of Gulcin Erten, Leanne Moore, Faith Chen and Alice Mainjay were 31st, while Richard Hooper, Neil Aikman, Kwai Chan and Andy Del Nevo were 33rd.https://photos.app.goo.gl/TDhAYakSKxmsgQ5Z6