9 months ago
Good luck to all X -Country runners at Central Park this Tuesday.
Athletes who will be considered for Humberside Team selection will be given an envelope on finishing. This does not mean you have been selected but will need to be returned ASAP if you wish to put your name forward. Should you lose the pack a replacement can be downloaded from here.
The committee will meet on 3rd Feb and the team will be announced via our website in due course.
9 months ago
a year ago
Full results from the Humberside Schools' team at the 2019 track and field championships at Alexander Stadium, Birmingham.
|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 🥈||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 🥇||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 🥈||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:
Melior Community Academy
North Lindsey College
Sir John Nelthorpe
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 🥇.
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 😢.
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 2020😁
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'
A fantastic day for all the Humberside team at Alexander Stadium in Birmingham for the English Schools track and field national finals, the 4th largest athletics event in the world! Later this year the stadium will start a redevelopment programme ready for the commonwealth games.
They whole team have impressed with their enthusiasm, support for each other and commitment.
Day 1 (Friday 12th July 2019) saw the first medals for Humberside with silver for Shaun Kerry in the senior hammer and also silver for Archie Yeo in the Intermediate long jump.
Holly Adams narrowly missed bronze in the shot. Sarah Robinson came 9th in the senior hammer- 5 places above her ranking.
Ella Greenway has impressed in the 800m and runs in the final tomorrow. Jodie Martin was 4th in her heat for 800m. Venus Morgan has made the 100m hurdle final tomorrow. Carmen Brooks threw over 10m in the shot. Lukas Bradshaw held his own in very windy conditions in the discus. The inter girls relay squad went under 50 seconds for the first time.
Naiomi Mwambire made her national final debut in the triple jump narrowly missing her pb in the heats and a place in the final. Junior girls relay squad exceeded expectations and have shown true teamwork. Elsa Thompson was 0.03 off her 200m pb in windy conditions.
Looking forward day 2 of the competition, which will also see the athlete's parade.
The sun is shining on the humberside team arriving at Alexander Stadium
Shaun Kerry silver medalist
Ella Greenway pulling away from the pack in the 800m semi-final
Archie Yeo with his silver medal jump
We are pleased to announce the Humberside Team for the National T&F event in Birmingham.
Well done all athletes selected, please check your emails for further details and instructions.
The committee discussed at length the criteria for selection and it was unanimously voted that the entry standard had to be achieved. We are aware that there are a number of athletes very close to the standard, our advice is to find a meeting this weekend, perform your socks off and make the standard! If this happens please ensure you take a photo of the official result card and send it immediately to Humberside schools - we can accept them until Tuesday evening.
club shop for official kit
|Gender||Age||School or College||Event|
|Katie Love||F||Jun||Melior Community academy||Hammer|
|Lois Richardson||F||Jun||Beverley High||Relay|
|Natalie Walsh||F||Jun||Snaith||Relay reserve (non-travelling)|
|Tilly Cairns||F||Jun||South Hunsley||Relay|
|Alanah Thoresby||F||Int||South Hunsley||High Jump|
|Amelia Proctor||F||Int||Sir John Nelthorpe||Relay|
|Holly Adams||F||Int||South Hunsley||Shot|
|Jodie Martin||F||Int||Holderness Academy||800m|
|Lauren McClean||F||Int||Sirius Academy west||Relay reserve (non-travelling)|
|Sarah Robinson||F||Sen||N Lindsey College||Hammer|
|Venus Morgan||F||Sen||Wyke Sixth Form||100m hurdles|
|Archie Yeo||M||Int||Healing Science academy||Long Jump|
|Adam Coles||M||Sen||Wyke College||110m H|
|Shaun Kerry||M||Sen||Driffield Sixth form||Hammer|
A big thank you to everyone who took part and helped out today at the Humberside Schools year 7-9 county championships which took place at Costello Stadium, Hull.
Congratulations to Hymers College for the best placed year 7 boys team and Toll Bar Academy for the best placed year 7 girls team.
For the first time this year the winning year 7 teams were awarded cups, Hymers College the first winners of the Eldridge Cup and Toll Bar Academy the first winners of the Dewar Cup.
The full results from today's event can be downloaded below.
The year 7-9 Track & Field Schools County championships will take place on Wednesday 5th June 10am - 3pm at Costello stadium, Hull
With exception of the hammer throw this will take on Tuesday 11th June 5.30pm at Costello stadium, Hull.
All entries must be made through the school (details will be sent into schools this week) and this meeting is compulsory for those wishing to be considered for selection to the County team for Birmingham (years 8 and 9 only), so please make your school aware that you wish to attend.
Planned arrival at Temple Newsam 10.00am.
We hope to leave Temple Newsam soon after 16:00, athletes will have an opportunity to contact parents during the return trip.
All athletes must travel to the Championships on the coach provided. This allows us to declare the team on arrival. However, once they have competed and provided they have informed the management team on the day, athletes are free to travel home with parents.
Vests and shorts will be provided
We are very aware that many find the shorts uncomfortable. You may wish to wear your own shorts under the provided Humberside shorts or provide your own. If you provide your own shorts (and wish to only wear your own shorts) these must be mid/royal blue not navy blue (or black or any other colour)!.
Should you choose the latter, they must be checked with your team manager to ensure that they comply with our declared colours.
All visible clothing must be county colours i.e. yellow and royal blue...this also applies to t-shirts worn under vests.
Items required on the day:
Additional information from English Schools Athletics Association (ESAA) including the timetable of events.
If there are any changes to medical information already declared, please prepare written evidence to hand to the team manager as you get onto the coach.
Should you become unavailable through injury, illness or unforeseen circumstances, please get in touch immediately so that a reserve can be called.
2 years ago
The flag will have its first outing at the English Schools national cross country championship in Leeds in March.
It should enable parents and athletes to easily find and locate the Humberside team and also provide a bit of pride to the athletes.
The flag has been kindly donated by Leslie and Bill Eldridge, who have been and continue to be pivotal to the success of Humberside Athletics....Thank you
Congratulations to those athletes selected to represent Humberside Schools at the Cross Country National Finals.
Team managers will be in contact with further information with all those selected
|3||Millie Purchase||South Axholme|
|5||Georgina North||South Hunsley|
|6||Iris Burnett||Sir John Nelthorpe|
|7||Emma Hoggard||St Mary’s|
|9||Jessica Waugh||Sth Hunsley|
|2||Lucas Meredith||Toll Bar|
|3||Harry Barker||Sir John Nelthorpe|
|10||Charlie Stoddart||Kelvin Hall|
|11||Harry Griffiths||South Hunsley|
|6||Chloe Love||St Bedes|
|7||Rosin Gorry||Beverley High School|
|8||Hermione Pickering||South Hunsley|
|9||Ella Shaw Hall||Wolfreton|
|11||Olivia El-Rakshy||St Bedes|
|1||Harry Hudson||Hull Collegiate|
|2||Kian Wiles||St Mary’s|
|3||Thomas Smales||South Hunsley|
|4||Daniel Gibbs||Toll Bar|
|5||Oliver Donkin||St Mary’s|
|6||Taher Mohamad||Outwood Academy Foxhills|
|7||Dominic Harrison||Outwood Academy Brumby|
|9||Joey Snaith||Bev Grammar|
|1||Sophie Clark||John Leggott College|
|2||Lucy Ellis||John Leggott College|
|3||Maisie Grout||John Leggott College|