BADAC Brumbies at the B-Hive

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Local sport from the Boston Standard, Lincolnshire: bostonstandard.co.uk/sport, on Twitter @standardduncan

Boston and District Athletic Club’s regular Friday Night Brumbies’ kids club members enjoyed a combined four events competition at the B-Hive.

The club gives opportunities for youngsters in school years one to five to receive coaching and participate in a range of running, jumping and throwing activities at the Gold Tops’ Punchbowl Lane athletics centre.

There were some impressive performances by the year five athletes, with Morgan Stokes excelling in the cricket ball, throwing a distance of 31.40m.

Morgan also cleared 1.26m in the standing long jump and 4.50m in standing triple jump.

In the same age group, Jensen Barkworth produced an excellent 6.05m for a clear victory in the standing triple jump, and also achieved a height of 26cm in the vertical jump and cleared 1.41m in the standing long jump.

Another year five competitor who chalked up some good performances was Sophie Robinson, who recorded 5.45m in standing triple jump, 1.45m in standing long jump and 20.39m in the cricket ball.

Year four Jamie Westland threw the cricket ball 28.80m and achieved 1.60m in standing long jump.

He added a leap of 29cm in the vertical jump.

Freddie Robinson (year three) also did well in the cricket ball, recording 25.46m before adding 1.47m in standing long jump and 27cm in vertical jump.

Charlotte Kirk notched up 22cm in vertical jump and 2.70m in standing triple jump.

Other notable performances were achieved by Rosie Owen in standing long jump (4cm) and standing triple jump (3.60m), Elliot Kirk, who managed 2.13m in standing triple jump and 15cm in the vertical jump, and Charlotte Kirk, who recorded 22cm in vertical jump and 2.70m in standing triple jump.

Year two representative Georgia Ward achieved 1.18m in standing long jump and 8.24m in the cricket ball throw.

Year one athletes established good marks.

Teagan Barkworth’s best leap in vertical jump measured 19cm and he cleared 1.65m in standing triple jump, with Ruby Westland showing good form in standing triple jump with a clearance of 3.79m, adding 70cm in standing long jump.