Athletics club awards night

Waveney Valley Athletics Club held its annual meeting and presentation evening at Lowestoft Family Bowl.Awards presented were:Track and Field 2008 - U13 girls: 1 Megan Soanes, 2 Tayla Burton, 3 Alice Cheverton; U13 boys: 1 Kieran McMorran and Dominic Oliver, 3 Harry Wilson; U15 girls: 1 Polly Davis, 2 Rachel Smith, 3 Charlotte Jacob; U17 girls: 1 Emma Watkins, 2 Katy Barber and Megan Burt; U17 boys: 1 Joe Walton, 2 Chris Burt, 3 Chris Peck; senior ladies: 1 Donna Burton; senior men: 1 Robert Cheverton, 2 Cameron Reid.

Waveney Valley Athletics Club held its annual meeting and presentation evening at Lowestoft Family Bowl.

Awards presented were:

Track and Field 2008 - U13 girls: 1 Megan Soanes, 2 Tayla Burton, 3 Alice Cheverton; U13 boys: 1 Kieran McMorran and Dominic Oliver, 3 Harry Wilson; U15 girls: 1 Polly Davis, 2 Rachel Smith, 3 Charlotte Jacob; U17 girls: 1 Emma Watkins, 2 Katy Barber and Megan Burt; U17 boys: 1 Joe Walton, 2 Chris Burt, 3 Chris Peck; senior ladies: 1 Donna Burton; senior men: 1 Robert Cheverton, 2 Cameron Reid.

Cross Country 2008 - U13 girls: 1 Alice Cheverton, 2 Megan Soanes; U13 boys: 1 Jamie Finch; U15 girls: 1 Tamsin Desborough; junior men: 1 James Maycock; senior men: 1 Carl Prewer, 2 Chris Pimlott, 3 Tim Earl; veteran ladies: 1 Elies Mann, 2 Anne Millett, 3 Sarah Bradley; veteran men: 1 Robert Cheverton, 2 Paul Sullivan, 3 Bill Kingaby.


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Special awards - Junior sportswoman, Polly Davies; junior sportsman, Kieran McMorran; senior sportswoman, Paula Lambert; senior sportsman, Robert Cheverton; female road runner, Paula Lambert; male road runner, David Pimlott; U17 girls endeavour, Tamsin Desborough; U17 boys endeavour, Alex Smith; club person 2008, Kim Desborough; chairman's award (1), Ruth Davies; chairman's award (2), Paul Smith.

Senior standards 2008 - Platinum award, Richard Moore; diamond, Bill Kingaby; gold award, James Maycock; silver award, Paula Lambert, Stephen Cullum, Alan Fairs.

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