Salisbury’s athletes of the future win at Woking

Lukas Bailey was one of several City of Salisbury stars competing at the Young Athletes’ League track and field fixture at Woking, where in hot conditions he lopped 11 seconds off his previous best to win the under 15’s 1500m in style.

Danny Sinclair won the 80m hurdles and Luke Reeve came out on top in a competitive shot put contest.

Among the under 13’s, William Barnard took the honours in the javelin with a great throw of 32.17, well supported by the rapidly improving Rudy Hewlett’s win in the B string.

Thomas Holme, Harry Jordan, William Miles and Kieran McCullam all performed well in their new individual events.

Molly Hole broke the under 17 high jump league record with a winning 1.75m and Lottie Millar set a great new pb in the under 15’s event with 1.58m.

Bea Wood continued her demolition of under 15’s records when she set a new league mark in the 1500m, clocking 4min 26.3sec.

Livvy Hewlitt won the under 13’s high jump and Lydia Holyoake took third in the under 13’s 100m.

Great team spirit was notable throughout, as shown by Olivia Glover in the junior age group who despite being unwell, insisted on completing the 1200m to win valuable points for the club.