Sisters shine at county finals
DARTFORD Harriers athlete Isio Orogun enjoyed four wins in the heats and finals at the Kent schools track & field championships on Sunday.
The 13-year-old was a double gold medalist in the junior girls’ 100m (13.4s) and 200m (28.4s).
She has already attained English schools qualification standard in both events.
Her 15-year-old sister Naomi won gold in the inter girls’ 300m hurdles by timing 48.8s and bronze in the 300m in 43.0s.
Derek Aguma was a double silver medal winner in the junior boys’ U15 100m (12.2s) and 200m (25.2s). Ama Obiomah, 16, won silver in the 100m (11.8s) and gold in the 200m (23.7s) in the inter boys’ having already attained the English schools standard in the events.
Other results: Year7 - Holly Page 1500m 5:13.9 pb 1st.
Inter girls: Ella Walden lj 4.99 1st, tj 10.01 pb 2nd; Chloe Sharp 1500m 5:24.7 4th; Chelsey Eyers dt 34.03m 3rd (has already gained ES qualification); Georgina Mason Reeves dt 26.99 pb 4th, jt 21.95 4th.
Junior boys: Lloyd Riggall 100m 12.8 6th, 200m 26.3 4th; Harry Taylor 200m 26.8 8th, jt 36.72 pb 4th.
Inter boys: Lewis Jackson 100mH 15.4 2nd, jt 42.88 2nd; Joe Millman jt 41.70 pb 3rd; Morgan Rees 400m 54.5 4th; Timi Olubusi 100m 12.9 5th.
All those finishing first or second have been selected to represent Kent next weekend in the schools inter-counties championships at Kingston.
Meanwhile, at the Midland masters championships at Nuneaton on June 10, Arthur Kimber won the M75 800m in a new club record of 3m15.6s.
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