Hattie, Maddie and Rosa-May compete at Chelmsford

It was a long 110 miles up to Chelmsford on Sunday. The Covid -19 restrictions were incredibly strict which meant having to spectate through a fence but that is unfortunately the new normal for track events. Hattie and Maddie raced earlier in the day in the 300m/400m and had set out on their long journey back by the time I had arrived. In all fairness it was a tad cold for athletics but the facilities were amazing. Rosa-May threw 27.31m which considering the headwind and temp was a fair result. The winning throw was around 32m. We are still awaiting the track times for Hattie and Maddie

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