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West Norfolk athletes defy low numbers to finish fourth in EMAC series





West Norfolk athletes contested the third meeting of the EMAC series (Eastern Master Athletics Club).

Eight athletes took part in several disciplines, both on track and in field.

It was a somewhat smaller turnout due to injury and other event clashes, however, that did not stop the team from coming fourth overall.

West Norfolk athletes at the third meeting of the EMAC series
West Norfolk athletes at the third meeting of the EMAC series

The men also finished in fourth and the women in fifth with some fine displays.

Tom Collison M35, 100m 17sec (personal best), fifth; hammer, 17.73m, third; shot, 6.87m, fourth; pole vault, 1.60m (personal best); second.

Lee Tunmore M50, 100m 14.8sec, fourth; hammer, 20.74m; shot, 7.69m, second; long jump, 3.65m, fifth.

Ian Reeve M60, 100M 15sec, third (club record); shot, 8,38m, third; long jump, 4m, third; pole vault, 2.20m, first (club record).

Adam Howard M35, 400m 77.4sec, fourth; 2k Walk, 12.01.7, second A string (club record); long jump, 3.98m, third.

John Greenhalgh M50, 400m 78.1sec, fifth; one-mile, 6min 34.4sec, fifth; 2k walk, 14.42.3, second in B string.

Relays; M35 4x200m: Tom Collison, Adam Howard, Lee Tunmore, James Collings, 2.22.3min, fourth.

Katrina Wasteney W50, 400m, 90.4sec, fourth; one-mile, 7.02.3mins, fourth; 2k walk, 13.31.8, second; shot, 5,79m, third; hammer, 13.03m, fourth.

Jen Gosnell W35, hammer, 13.6m, fourth; shot, 5.95m, third; long jump, 3.68m, third.

Thanks as always to the officials and helpers who give up their time to allow these events to take place.



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