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South Lincolnshire athletes compete in the second Turnbulls Tommy Clay Track and Field Development series of events




Lawson Capes again smashed his shot putt best to move further clear at the top of the UK rankings.

He threw 12.99m which was an improvement of 33cm after competing again at Peterborough where he was keen to improve on his last outing which had been affected by the weather.

Dad and coach Lewis Capes said: “Lawson really got after it and threw a few fouls over 13 metres which is actually great to see as he is really trying to push himself.

“It will not be long before he hits the magic 13m barrier which is rare in his age group and has not been achieved by many over the years.”

Lawson Capes, who threw 12.99m at the weekend.
Lawson Capes, who threw 12.99m at the weekend.

A number of South Lincolnshire athletes competed in the second Turnbulls Tommy Clay Track and Field Development series of events on Friday evening.

Jack Clark-Atkins impressed in his first triple jump contest at Under 13 level by clearing 9.06m before also competing in both javelin and 200 metres.

Issy Reid won both the triple jump with 7.80m and javelin in the Under 13 girls section while Under 15 Hayden Quantrill won the triple jump in his age category after clearing 7.75m.

He also crossed the finish line first at the end of his 200 metres heat after recording 30.3secs and finished sixth in the open 1,500 metres race.

In her first season in the Under 17 women's age group, Megan Reid produced an encouraging 8.14m in her first triple jump contest.

Noah Donnelly-Coles - who was one of 17 youngsters from six different clubs and schools competing at Under 11 level - won the standing triple jump after clearing a distance of 3.98m. He also finished runner-up in his 150 metres heat after recording 26.5secs.

Devan Quantrill's best finishing position was in his 150 metres heat which he won in 26.5secs.

Mia Clark-Atkins recorded 32.6secs in the Under 9 girls 150 metres race while Flynn Donnelly-Coles finished second in both the Under 9 boys standing triple jump with 2.98m and whizzer throw after recording 8.00m.

The next Turnbulls Tommy Clay Track & Field Development Series event is on Friday, May 28, with the first event at 6.30pm. Entry and registration is from 5.50pm on the evening.



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