Under-strength Hunts AC finish third at home meet
HUNTINGDONSHIRE AC finished a creditable third at their home Southern Men s League match, despite being without three of the club s top athletes. Christian Roberts, Paul Hayball, and Jonathan Edwards were all absent but their team-mates stepped up to prod
HUNTINGDONSHIRE AC finished a creditable third at their home Southern Men's League match, despite being without three of the club's top athletes.
Christian Roberts, Paul Hayball, and Jonathan Edwards were all absent but their team-mates stepped up to produce some excellent performances.
The club's sole winner on the track was Dave Leadbitter in the B string 100m, but John Edwards picked up a win in the field in the A string hammer. Wayne DuBose also added a victory in the B string discus.
The team finished third with 65 points and eighth overall in the league. Club coach DuBose paid tribute to the team behind the scenes who helped Hunts AC host the event.
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"They are often overlooked, but it was the club officiating team of Mike Hayball, Nigel and Linda Faben, Geoff Crocker, Keith Flint, Peter Fuller, George Burton and Penny Butcher who made sure the organisation of this home match was a total success."
In the latest East Anglian League match held at Bury St Edmunds, Tom Johnson was the club athlete of the match after winning the Under 15 Boys 200m and finishing as runner-up in the 100m with the same time as the winner.
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