COUNTY CLASHES: Action from the Lincolnshire County Athletics Championships. Photos by KEN SMITH

Medals galore for Peterborough and Nene Valley members at Lincolnshire Athletics Championships

Athletes from Peterborough and Nene Valley AC accumulated a large hoard of medals at the Lincolnshire County Athletics Championships.

There was a double gold for Louie Hemmings, who collected both the under-13 800m and 1,500m titles – running a speedy 4.58mins for his triumph in the latter.

Likewise, Sienna Slater picked up under-15’s 100m gold with a time of 13.54secs, then went on to win the 75m hurdles – as well as picking up shot put silver.

Two medals went the way of Dave Bush, who won the senior men’s shot put title as well as claiming a strong silver in the javelin.

Also in the shot, Donovan Capes threw 14.12m for the under-20 title, while younger brother Lawson Capes won under-15 gold with a great 14.27m throw.

Elsewhere, Harry Hewitt took under-20s 1,500m gold in a speedy 4.06.95mins, while Michael Major won the senior men’s title.

Also picking up a gold medal was Katie Marsh, who won the under-17 80m hurdles and long jump to seal a double. Marsh then picked up a third medal with 200m bronze.

Another to grab gold was Max Roe in the under-17 section, as he won the 100m with a time of 12.27secs.

Not done there, he also collected 100m hurdles gold to seal a sprint double of sorts.

More success followed as the under-20 long jump gold went to Holly Aslin, who also picked up 100m silver.

Another to impress was Eljay Secker, who won the under-20 100m hurdles gold, while there were silvers for sprinters Alexa Boole and Meghan Cornwell, with Niamh Rushton and William Harris winning bronze.

The final glut of medals saw Lottie Hemmings win under-20 1,500m and 3,000m gold, while Evie Hemmings took under-15 1,500m bronze and Ted Ash landed under-17 1,500m silver.

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