SEAA U20-Snr Indoor Champs

SEAA LogoSEAA U20/Snr Indoor Championships – 13th – 14th January 2018  Lee Valley

Three medals for Basildon athletes at the SEAA Indoor championships.  The U20’s men 800m had great results for Basildon men.  We were represented by three very good athletes in Max Jones, Mitchel Cox and Isaac Brown with outstanding results. The results showed in the final where Max came home second in 2.01.56, Mitchel took third place in 2.01.71 and Isaac came fourth in 2.05.52. (more…)

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Coming Up

This Weekend
Sat 13th ESSEX Cross Country Writtle College
Sat/Sun 13th 14th SEAA Indoor U20/Snr Lee Valley


Following Weekends
Sat20th London Games 17/U15 Lee Valley
Sun 21st London Games 15/U13 Lee Valley
Sat Sun 27th & 28th London Games U20/Snr Lee Valley


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SEAA Indoor Champs U15/U17 Day 2

SEAA U15/U17 Champs – Lee Valley – 7th January 2018 -Day 2 SEAA Logo

Day two saw Joseph Harding and Cameron Ellis in action again. Cameron started the day with the high jump finishing tenth with a jump of 1.70.

Cameron and Joseph were joined by another teammate Joe Fischer in the long jump all three made the final cut, resulting in first place for Joseph Harding (6.72).  Throughout the competition it looked like Joe Fishcher’s first round jump of 5.89 would take third place, but in the last round Decorum’s Josh Woods leapt 6.45 pushing Joe down to fourth. To round off the results Cameron Ellis finished in fifth place with his best jump of the day 5.74.  (more…)

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Essex X’Country U17/U20/SNR

Essex X’Country U17/U20/SNR – Writtle Sat 6th January 2018

For the past two seasons Basildon’s senior women have been outstanding in cross country, their efforts were awarded when they came away with a gold medal at these championships.  This gold medal team was made up of Gemma Kersey (2nd), Emma Houchell (4) Rachael Wiseman (5th) and Charlotte Bishop (17th). total points of 28 to beat Chelmsford into second place who scored 35 and Victoria Park in third with 70 points.  The very strong turn out meant almost any permutation from our other runners Emma Ballard (41) and Louise Douglass (51) may have still medalled.


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