Doney threw 27.42m, which was nearly three metres further than she had managed before to take victory. She was also first under-15 girl in the 200m in 29.1 seconds.
Club colleague Owen Fileman, who is also in the UK’s top 15, won the under-15 boys’ discus event on Wednesday with 31.44m, while Isabelle Doney took victory in the under-13 girls’ discus event with 21.57m.
Entries might have been low on numbers, but there was a high standard triple jump event. Home athlete Matthew Jenkins won the U17 boys’ event with a new PB of 10.18m, while Tavistock’s Katelyn Milburn and Erme Valley’ Isabella Trowell enjoyed a great battle in the U15 girls’ event.
Milburn, who is ranked in the UK’s top 20 with 9.89m, managed to win on a dark and cold evening with a leap of 9.59m, but Trowell was not far behind with a big new PB of 9.45m, which moves her in the UK’s top 40.
Trowell also set a new PB to win the U15 girls’ javelin with 20.25m, while Jenkins set a new discus PB of 29.78m to win the U17 boys’ competition.
There was a good battle in the 1,500m where Exeter’s under-17 athlete won in 4:45.9, but City of Plymouth’s Isaac Lamerton, an under-15 runner, was just behind in 4:47.4.
Tavistock’s U15 runner Noah Reid won the 800m, while City of Plymouth under-11 athletes Finley Eales and Jazz Jackman pushed each other along in the 600m. Eales finished strongly in the final 100m to clock 2:02.7, with Jackman clocking 2:05.0 to finish as first girl. Jackman also won the girls’ 75m, while Eales was first U11 in the 150m.
There was a tight finish in the U13 girls’ 150m where Tavistock’s Erin Cockle just edged out her club colleague Isabelle Doney by 0.1 of a second. Cockle clocked 22.4 and Doney 22.5.
Full results can be found HERE.
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