4J Age Group Champs – Our Round-up of Sunday’s action

Sunday 19th February 2023

U20 Men’s 200m final action and CBPs from race winner Rory Voss of Pitreavie AAC and Gkontouin Imante of Shettleston (photo by Bobby Gavin)

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*NOTE: Report still subject to corrections and alterations.

The Sunday action at our 4J Age Groups brought the curtain down on the 4J Indoor Season for 2023.

It’s been a hectic period for everyone and it was good to see our U13 and U20 athlete landing cherished medals at the Emirates Arena.

Once again we would stress our thanks to all those who have entered national competitions over the past seven weeks or so at the Glasgow venue.

For Officials, of course, the schedule has included the Scottish Schools and the Scottish Student Sport Champs and we express our gratitude for great competition to making events happen.

Rory Voss of Pitreavie AAC and Shettleston Harriers athlete, Gkontouin Imante, had a superb battle for the U20 Men’s 200m crown.

Voss took it in a Championship Best Performance of 21.68 and Imante’s time of 21.78 was also inside the previous record for these champs (held by Fraser Angus at 21.81).

That wasn’t the only gold headed for the kingdom of Fife with wins for the likes of Darcie Black (Dunfermline) and Fife AC track duo Katie Sandilands and Holly Ovens, in the 1500m and 400m respectively.

Cumbernauld AAC athlete Euan Wallace takes the U20 Men’s sprint hurdles gold (photo by Bobby Gavin)

In the U13 age groups it was great to see young athletes stepping up to national competition as individuals with so many of these kids having effectively come through our ‘pathway’ via the popular SUPERteams for U12s.

Murray Robb‘s 10.02m performance in the Boys shot put is a new Scottish Record at U13 level.

Springburn Harriers were celebrating a fine performance in the Boys 6om as Wai Shun Tong came up with a Championship Best at 7.92 seconds. Wai Shun also won the 200m gold.

There was a gold double for Moorfoot athlete Robert Horton as he won in the sprint hurdles and the long jump.

Photo by Bobby Gavin

Scottish Champions at U13

Girls 60mH – Beth Gladston (Kilmarnock Harriers) 10.25
Boys 60mH – Robert Horton (Moorfoot) 9.72
Girls 60m – Charlotte Thomas (Dunfermline) 8.89
Boys 60m – Wai Shun Tong (Springburn Harriers) 7.92 CBP
Girls 800m – Nellie Bateman (Belgooly AC) 2:29.10
Boys 800m – Kian Dick (Giffnock North AC) 2:19.72
Girls 1500m – Emily Taylor (Aberdeen AAC) 5:09.28
Boys 1500m – Logan McNulty (Giffnock North AC) 4:49.81
Girls 200m – Lois Wormold (Bury) 28.01
Boys 200m – Wai Shun Tong (Springburn Harriers) 27.57

Boys Shot Put – Murray Robb (Pitreavie AAC) 10.02m
Boys High Jump – Austin Summerhill (Giffnock North AC) 1.36m
Girls Shot Put – Beth Mould (Springburn Harriers) 7.66m
Girls Long Jump – Charlotte Davis (VP-Glasgow) 4.51m
Girls High Jump – Dionne Maguinness (Airdrie Harriers) 1.44m
Boys Long Jump – Robert Horton (Moorfoot) 4.84m

Scottish Champions at U20

Women 60mH –  Darcie Black (Dunfermline) 9.12
Men 60mH – Euan Wallace (Cumbernauld AAC) 9.08
Women 1500m – Katie Sandilands (Fife AC) 4:34.61
Men 1500m – Cameron Deverill (Giffnock North AC) 3:58.82
Women 400m – Holly Ovens (Fife AC) 56.87
Men 400m – Calum McKenzie (Cumbernauld AAC) 49.72
Men 200m – Rory Voss (Pitreavie AAC) 21.68 CBP
Women 200m – Hannah Falvey (Belgooly) 24.94

Men Long Jump – Jaber Al-Jalahma (Aspire Academy) 6.73m
Women Long Jump – Victoria Anestik (Falkirk Victoria Harriers) 5.52m
Women Pole Vault – Bethany Falconer (Chesterfield) 3.10m
Men Pole Vault – Mark Herbert-Ruiz (Giffnock North AC) 3.65m
Women High Jump – Jenna Hilditch (VP-Glasgow) 1.68m
Men Shot Put 6k – Ally Mitchell (Kilmarnock Harriers) 13.20m



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