Rather an empty weekend

Under 13 and under 15 match due to be taking place at Ashford

We’re sorry that the match for under 13s and under 15s had to be cancelled – problems involving the starter and the starter’s gun we understand. Though perhaps we could have had a field event only match ???

There isn’t time to fit in a replacement match and the next (and last) weekend match for these age-groups will take place down in Lewes on Saturday July 20. Both age-groups have midweek matches before then.

The cancellation has left a rather empty weekend.

Matches coming up

Our under 17s and under 20s were out in force at the last of their league matches and they will be back in action next Sunday June 30 at Erith. Oliver Harnett has been contacting you all – please let him know if you are available and which events you are looking to do.

Then on Friday July 5 the next under 15 midweek match takes place at K2. Team managers Ed Kessell and Holly Brinkworth will be in touch shortly.

Under 13 and under 11 quadkids championships on Sunday July 7

If you are looking to enter these championships at Brighton then you’re running out of time to do so – midnight on Monday June 24 is the last time for entries.

English Schools Championships at Birmingham on July 12 and 13

The English Schools Championships are the best event for all of you at school to aim at, and to be selected for the Championships and compete against all the best athletes in England is a very real achievement. So congratulations to Rebekah Tyler who will be representing Sussex Schools in the under 17 shot putt. We wish her well and hope that she might get over 12 metres on the day.

What’s happening in the next week ?

Monday June 24 – circuit training at Imberhorne.

Tuesday June 25 – training at Sackville from 7 to 8 for all athletes.

Thursday June 27 – training at Imberhorne. 6.45 to 7.45 for under 13s and for middle distance group. 7.30 to 8.45 for all other athletes.

Saturday June 29 – academy training at Imberhorne.

Sunday June 30 – Match at Erith for under 17s (school years 10 and 11) and under 20s (school years 12 and 13).

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