King powered to 100m and 200m A string glory in atrocious conditions at Gillingham. His time of 22.34 over the longer distance knocked a second off his personal best and also ranked as a qualifying time for the big Schools event next month he had already qualified in the 100m at a previous meet. King was not the only athlete to impress for Hunts in their second Division Three North-East outing of the season. Owain Collard took the B string spoils in the 200m in a personal best while there was also plenty of success over the obstacles. Richard Phelan won the 110m hurdles B race and Liam Hunt won the 400m hurdles event in a seasons best 63.96. Hunt later went on to record 16.30 for the 110m hurdles, his fastest-ever time and the best by a Hunts AC man for 12 years. Out in the field Neil Bulman and Bob Ellingham swept the board in the hammer Bulman taking the A string with 39.66m and Ellingham managing 39.34m in the B event. Teenager Aleta Fraylich was the star turn in the ladies events. The 14 year-old powered to victory in the 400m B race in just her second attempt at the distance before clearing 1.35 to take the A string high jump. Team manager Siobhan Skinner led by example with victory in the A string 400m while Rachel Sweatt took the B honours over 800m with a mammoth five-second personal best. Those two ladies then teamed up with Jada Griffin-Howard and Amy Chalmers to sample 4-400m relay success. Two more athletes were jumping for joy as Molly Gregorious and Sandra Pedley claimed a pole vault double. Charlie Batterbee continued her emergence as a thrower of some potential with victory in the A hammer thanks to an effort of 33.49. That success completed a teacher-and-pupil double as she is coached by mens A string winner Bulman. Hunts AC finished third in the team standings on the day behind the London Heathside and Medway & Maidstone clubs. They will have home advantage at St Ives in their next Southern League fixture on June 20.