Broadbridge Heath was the venue for the latest of the Sussex Under 15 league fixtures and saw the Blue Star team finish an excellent second place, scoring 169 points, behind winners Crawley (225 points) but ahead of East Grinstead (167 points), Worthing (110 points), Chichester (80 Points) and Haywards Heath (26 points).
There was a double win in the Boys Long Jump with Seb Wallace winning the A string with a leap of 6.08m and Matt O’Dwyer winning the B string with 5.02m. O’Dwyer went on to win the Shot with a throw of 10.95m, with Jake Hogton taking second place in the B string with 7.96m. Wallace meanwhile cleared 1.65m to win the High Jump. The evening had started off well with Callum Palmer winning the 80m Hurdles in 13.3s., while Hogton took another second place in the Hammer with a throw of 17.20m.
The Girls events saw Ruby Walker finish second in the 100m (13.2s), the 200m (28.6s) and then finish third in the Shot (8.12m), where Renee Bassin won the B string with 7.02m. The High Jump produced good points with Renee Bassin taking second place in the A string with 1.45m, the same height as cleared by Emily Hutchinson to win the B event. Sophie Morris ran well to take second place in the 800m (2m37.9s), while Sophie Hogton took second place in the 75m Hurdles, where she ran 13.0s.
The 4x100m relays saw a fine run by the Boys team of Callum Palmer, Seb Wallace, Ed Crossman and Matt O’Dwyer who ran out comfortable winners in 49.3s, while the Girls team of Sophie Hogton, Eve Vince-Odozi, Renee Bassin and Ruby Walker finished second in 54.9s.