BMC Regional Meeting
Ten athletes from Morpeth Harriers were in competitive action at the fourth and final meeting of BMC Regional events, held at Chester Le Street Riverside Track, on the evening of Monday 22nd July 2019.
Six of those athletes achieved personal best performances over the 1500m distance on offer.
Although not an actual personal best, Carl Avery was only a mere second outside his best,
when finishing fourth in the fastest race of the night, where he posted a time of 4m00.25s.
In the second fastest race of the night, George Lowry won in a new personal best of 4m00.47s,
worthy of an A Race place.
Second and fourth places went to Lowry’s Morpeth club colleagues
Alex Brown and Adam Pratt, who posted respective times of 4m03.85s and 4m04.33s,
the latter being a new personal best.
In the fourth fastest race, Under 17 Man Dylan Gooding finished fourth,
posting new figures of 4m17.07s, which made him second fastest in his age group.
Under 15 Boy Ryan Davies finished fifth in the fifth fastest race,
posting a time of 4m38.03s, making him fourth fastest in his age group.
Ryan’s older brother Dylan finished seventh in the sixth fastest race,
posting a time of 4m38.43s, which made him sixth fastest Under 17 Man.
One place behind Dylan was his Under 15 club colleague Joe Dixon,
who produced a new personal best time of 4m43.13s, making him fifth fastest in his age group.
In the seventh fastest event, Rachelle Falloon finished third, in a new personal best time of 4m53.06s,
making her second fastest Senior Woman, and one place behind her was her Morpeth Harriers
club colleague Rhiannon Hedley, who finished with a clocking of 4m53.37s,
also a new personal best time for the Under 17 Woman, who was second fastest in her age group.
BMC Gold Standard Meeting
Morpeth Harrier James Young travelled to Stretford in Manchester
on the evening of Tuesday 23rd July 2019 to compete in a
talent filled 800m A Race, at the BMC Gold Standard Meeting.
Young finished seventh, posting a time of 1m51.79s, which
was agonisingly only one second adrift of his lifetime best.