Full results from the Humberside Schools' team at the 2019 track and field championships at Alexander Stadium, Birmingham.

Position Performance Name Event School(s)
2 49.95 SB Amelia Proctor, Olivia Roe, Daisy Logan, Alanah Thoresby 4x100 Intermediate girls h2 (12 Jul) Sir John Nelthorpe, Snaith, Wolfreton, South Hunsley
6 50.95 SB Elsa Thompson, Lois Richardson, Tilly Cairns, Katelyn Howden 4x100 Junior girls h2 (12 Jul) Driffield, Beverley High, South Hunsley, Tollbar Academy
2 ๐Ÿฅˆ 6.84 Archie Yeo LJ Intermediate boys (12 Jul) Healing Science Academy
1 6.72 Archie Yeo LJ Intermediate boys B (12 Jul) Healing Science Academy
10 10.88 Naiomi Mwambire TJ Intermediate girls B (12 Jul) Melior Community Academy
1 02:16.4 Ella Greenway 800 Junior girls s2 (12 Jul) Tollbar Academy
1 02:16.4 Ella Greenway 800 Junior girls h4 (12 Jul) Tollbar Academy
1 ๐Ÿฅ‡ 02:09.6 Ella Greenway 800 Junior girls (13 Jul) Tollbar Academy
14 35.8 Katie Love HT3K Junior girls (13 Jul) Melior Community Academy
9 44.2 Sarah Robinson HT4K Senior girls (12 Jul) North Lindsey College
20= 1.56 Alanah Thoresby HJ Intermediate girls (13 Jul) South Hunsley
11 44.71 Antony Mould HT5K Intermediate boys (13 Jul) Hymers
4 12.59 Holly Adams SP3K Intermediate girls (12 Jul) South Hunsley
4 02:16.6 Jodie Martin 800 Intermediate girls h2 (12 Jul) Holderness Academy
17 37.96 Lukas Bradshaw DT1.5K Intermediate boys (12 Jul) Pocklington
5 26.02 Elsa Thompson 200 Junior girls h1 (12 Jul) Driffield
7 15.27 Adam Coles 110HSenior boys Senior boys h2 (13 Jul) Wyke College
2 ๐Ÿฅˆ 62.13 Shaun Kerry HT6K Senior boys (12 Jul) Driffied Sixth Form
4 14.91 Venus Morgan 100HW Senior girls h1 (12 Jul) Wyke Sixth Form
7 14.73 Venus Morgan 100HW Senior girls (13 Jul) Wyke Sixth Form
14 10.2 Carmen Brooks SP3K Junior girls (12 Jul) Pocklington

With thanks to the following schools and colleges who kindly contributed, to enable their athletes to attend this event, currently 10 of the 12 local state schools chose to support their athletes:

Beverley High


Holderness Academy

Melior Community Academy

North Lindsey College

Sir John Nelthorpe


South Hunsley



5 months ago

Teams to represent England at the Schools International Athletics Board (SIAB) competitions between England, Scotland, Wales, and Ireland are selected by the ESAA Team Managers after the Cross Country and Track & Field Championships.

There are teams at Junior and Intermediate level, and normally the leading athletes at the National Championships are selected. The track and field individual events international competition is only provided for the intermediate level.

2019 track & field SIAB competition

The 2019 track and field edition will take place at Swansea University Athletics Stadium 20 July 2019. The timetable is available for download at the bottom of this page.

Humberside Schools Athletics will have one athlete from our County, Archie Yeo in the long jump.

Archie Yeo in his England international kit in advance of the SIAB competition

Previous track and field SIAB competitions

2018 Grangemouth, Scotland - Humberside athletes: Archie Yeo, triple jump, 2nd

2017 Dublin, Ireland

Where finances permit, the ESAA may also select a small team to compete at the World School Games - this team is selected by the ESAA Team Managers based on performances by athletes over the past year whilst also taking into account various other factors such as perceived future potential and general standards of behaviour. There are no qualification standards and there is no qualifying competition - selection is entirely at the discretion of the Team Managers. Because the cost of taking a team abroad is so high and the ESAA has very limited funds, only a few athletes may be invited to participate.

The ISF Jean Humbert World Schools Cup is an athletics competition between school teams. A school is selected to represent England by the ESAA Team Managers. Selection is based on the school's team performances in competitions during the year.

For additional information please refer to the ESAA website

5 months ago

Another amazing day for all the Humberside team at Alexander Stadium.

Massive congratulations to Ella Greenway becoming English Schools Junior Champion 2019 for 800m a gutsy run ๐Ÿฅ‡.

Venus Morgan came 7th in the Senior girls 100m hurdles, which will be the last competition that Venus will compete for Humberside Schools after 5 years fantastic years ๐Ÿ˜ข.

Adam Coles did his 2nd quickest time ever in the senior boys 110 m hurdles. Alanah Thoresby narrowly missed 1.61m in the Int girls high jump. Katie Love on her ESAA debut threw just short of her pb in the Junior girls hammer. Antony Mould also made his debut in the intermediate boys hammer.

Archie Yeo collected his England kit for international call up in Swansea next Saturday- team Humberside wish him well.

All the team managers are extremely proud of the athletes, especially the way they all supported and helped each other.

Also thank you to the schools, the Humberside Schools Athletics committee, parents and coaches without your support this great event wouldn't be possible. See you in Manchester 2020๐Ÿ˜

Please check back for a full list of all the results and an update to the medal winners table.

Ella celebrating her 800m win

The Humberside team during the athlete's parade

The Humberside team

and our very own Humberside Schools young volunteer 'Freddie Yeo'

5 months ago

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Committee AGM