Leamington C&AC Masters athletes had a successful night on on Wednesday in the third round of the Masters Track and Field League and now sit second in the table.Rupa Morris set things off well with a win in the 100m in time of 15:7 seconds, followed by her second win of the night in the 400m in 72:5. Phil Gould stormed to victory in his 400m event, crossing the line in 55:6 whilst Paul Andrew took the win in the 1500m with a time of 4:32:6.
Rebecca Kitching was delighted to be able to compete in the pole vault which is normally not an option for ladies at this event. She impressed with a winning height of 2.50m and is hopeful that the pole vault will be a regular event at these meetings going forward. Kitching also took second place in the 100m with a time of 14s. There was a number of other second place victories on the night with Tony Foster coming second in the 2km walk whilst Tom Foulerton achieved second place in the 1500m despite having competed in the walking event moments before.
Laura Gould was happy with her throw in the hammer which earnt her second place whilst Emma Greenwood also came second in her discuss event. Saffia del Torre and Caroline Coward also placed second in the 400m and 1500m respectively. The men’s relay team had to settle for second place in the medley event whilst the ladies came third.