Sprint doubles for Pocock and Spry in Havant speed test

Harry Pocock and Amelia Spry recorded sprint success at the Havant Open meeting.

Friday, 15th April 2016, 6:00 am
Amelia Spry wins the 100m. Picture: Mick Young (160475-14)

The City of Portsmouth duo both doubled up to take 100m and 200m victories.

Pocock specialises over 400m but he recorded a good time of 10.9sec time to win his 100m race.

He also finished first in the 200m with a time of 22.3.

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Amelia Spry wins the 100m. Picture: Mick Young (160475-14)

Under-15 sprinter Spry won the 100m in 13.0 and the 200m in 27.6.

It was a good event for City with several victories at the Mountbatten Centre.

Serena Vincent also recorded an excellent double.

She took first place in the under-15 girls’ shot put with 11.78m.

Harry Pocock wins the 200m. Picture: Mick Young (160475-02)

And she also won the javelin with a distance of 28.80m.

Sophie Brame clocked 13.9 to win her under-13 100m race.

In the 200m Sophie Laughton was fastest under-17 woman (28.1).

Lorna Dockerill won the 300m with a time of 45.0.

Amelia Spry wins the 100m. Picture: Mick Young (160475-14)

Saffron Moore was first under-15 girl in the 800m with a time of 2.23.5.

Katie Yorke threw 37.33m to win the under-17 women’s hammer.

And Ella May Sprake won the under-13 shot with a distance of 7.90m.

Havant’s Callum Taylor won the under-13 javelin with a distance of 31.65m.

Harry Pocock wins the 200m. Picture: Mick Young (160475-02)

Maisie Grice, from Fareham, was also in good form to win the under-17 women’s javelin with a distance of 34.96m.

Grice competes for Aldershot, Farnham & District.

City of Portsmouth start their Southern League division two west campaign tomorrow with a trip to Uxbridge.

Havant start their campaign in the same division away at Andover.