The Sussex Under 13 Championships and Under 11 Quadkids Championships took place in warm conditions at Withdean Stadium, Brighton and saw Blue Star athletes pick up several medals. In the Under 13 Girls 100m Madeleine Way, having won her heat in 13.93s. She then stormed to victory in the Final, running an excellent 13.65s, to take the Gold medal. Later in the day she then ran well in the Final of the 200m to take the silver medal, running 28.40s, and was then edged into 4th place in the Long Jump, where she had a personal best leap of 4.42m.
Kyla Ball cleared a personal best 1.30m in the Girls High Jump to take a silver medal, with Theo Ramage taking silver in the Boys High Jump also with a leap of 1.30m, with Tom Easdale clearing a personal best 1.25m for fourth place. Ramage then went on to pick up a bronze medal in the Boys Discus with a throw of 15.89m. Lucy Costello ran well in the Girls 70m Hurdles, where she ran 13.42s to take the bronze medal, with team mate Alexia Johnson running a personal best of 13.56s for sixth place. In the Boys 75m Hurdles Tristan Bradley took fourth place in 14.89s whilst in the Boys 1500m Charlie Ferris and Reuben Marsden finished 6th and 7th, both running personal best times of 5m05.33s and 5m07.43s respectively. The Boys Javelin saw Nicholas Land finish in fourth with a throw of 23.50m.
The Under 11 Quadkids, where the competitors have to compete in four events, the 75m, the 600m, the Standing Long Jump and the Howler throw, saw Harry Long run out the overall winner of the Boys competition of the 46 Boys competing to take the Gold medal. Having taken an early lead in the competition with a massive Howler throw of 42.4m which gained him a massive 84 points, he then ran 11.6s for the 75m (54 points), he jumped 2.00m in the Standing Long Jump (59 points) and then ran 2m13s for the 600m (57 points), this gave him a grand total of 254 points which saw him win the competition by 22 points. The Girls competition saw Caryss Wilkie-Rycraft the top Blue Star performer scoring 191 points for 7th place.