Final report of the EIS indoor series

Doncaster AC athletes showed their true class at the final U15s indoor series held at the EIS.

Y4 athlete, Ava jones became the u11girls indoor series champion, Ava’s excellent performances in the sprints and Long jump over the series and gaining valuable extra points on the day in the turbo javelin and winning her heat of the 150m, produced enough points to secure the overall indoor series title.EISMedalists Ava Jones and Nicole Lannie

10 year old Nicole Lannie was once again in amazing form, taking the podium for third place for the under 13 girls age group.

Nicole produced an excellent winning pb performance of 1.40 in the High jump which currently ranks her 4th in the country for the event and just knocking the bar off at 1.42m with all three of her trials.  She ran a creditable new pb of 30.13s in the 200m, which gained her enough points to secure the third podium place and just misses out of the runners spot by a few points.

Sophie Mills running for Doncaster AC ran her socks off, trying to get a podium place and just to missed out by only 2 points, finishing in an excellent 4th place.  In the 200m, Sophie ran a new second place pb of 26.99s, ranking her in the top 40 in the UK and in the 300m ran a new pb of 45.25s, recording a new Doncaster AC club record.

There were excellent performances from the Doncaster athletes, Alicia Hodgson who ran a pb in the 150m, finishing with a creditable second place and a time of 22.50s ranking her in the top 10 of the UK. Joshua Wilson ran a creditable 150m for second place and a time of 23.12s.

There were other excellent performances from Rachel Thacker in the 600m, Faith Glossop in the  600m, Isabella Lannie in the 200m, Lucy Cobham in the 600m and there were also creditable performances from other DAC members, Maddie Simpson, Charlotte Mills, Emily Riley, Adam Simms, Hannah Rudkin, Adam Allam, Lydia Shaw and Hollie Riley.

Mike Cooke