Doncaster AC athletes perform well at recent indoor meetings. It was a good opportunity to see how their winter programme were developing.
At the Nottinghamshire indoor open meeting, Nicole Lannie set the fastest time for the u15girls 60m hurdles with a time of 9.4s, recording a new personal best time and a new Doncaster AC club record, moving her up the uk rankings.
Katie Barnes also in the u15g hurdles set a personal best time of 10.8s in her first hurdle race of the year. Kirbi Taylor who has recently moved up to the U17w age group, performed exceptionally well in both her hurdle races, recording a personal best time of 9.9s, inside the England Championships entry standard. Morgan Spink had good runs in the 60m and 300 and performed well in the long jump with a leap of 4.89m, Niamh Latibeaudiere also had good runs also in the 60 and 300 and jumped 4.42 in the long jump. Sophie Mills had a good run out in the 300m winning her heat. Emily Riley competed in the 60m and triple jump. Doncaster second claim athlete Nathan won his heat in the hurdles and set a new pb in the 6k shot, brother Regan sets new pbs in the high jump and 5k shot.
In the South Yorkshire indoor series meeting, Ava Jones won the sprint double, 60m and 200m where she set a fantastic time of 27.53s, recording a new personal best time and a new Doncaster AC club record for the u13girls, Nicole Lannie won the u15g Shot and Connie Boyd won the u11b vertical high jump. James Clemitshaw won the u11 boys shot.
At the Northern indoor open, Aiden Davies won the SM shot with a personal best throw of 12.94m.
Doncaster AC senior athlete, Alice How competed at the Cardiff university meeting and recorded a time of 8.10s for second place in her heat for the Birmingham university team.