Super Saturday for PAC ladies in league finale

400m winners Georgia Price (left) and Nichola Gibson.
400m winners Georgia Price (left) and Nichola Gibson.
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Peterborough Athletic Club rounded off their Southern League season in superb style at St Ives on Saturday.

They compiled a massive 119 points to win the Division Three North match with their ladies totally dominating the track events.

Hannah Chapman won two races.

Hannah Chapman won two races.

They won every single race - A and B string - clocking several personal best (PB) times in the process.

Leading the way with a ‘double double’ were distance duo Sarah Caskey and Hannah Chapman, who gained maximum points in boith the 1500m and 3,000m.

The procession of wins read:

100m A - Harriet Fenton-Lake

Georgie Ives-Lappin won two hurdles races.

Georgie Ives-Lappin won two hurdles races.

100m B - Jessica Dixon Walker

200m A - Jessica Dixon Walker

200m B - Molly Fletcher

400m A - Nichola Gibson

400m B - Georgia Price

800m A - Laura Whitton

800m B - Stacy McGivern

1500m A - Sarah Caskey

1500m B - Hannah Chapman

3000m A - Sarah Caskey

3000m B - Hannah Chapman

100m hurdles A - Georgie Ives-Lappin

100m hurdles B - Nichola Gibson

400m hurdles A - Georgie Ives-Lappin

Those celebrating lifetime bests were Fenton-Lake in the 100m (12.7) - an improvement of 0.6 seconds, Dixon Walker in the 200m (27.8) - an improvement of 1.2 seconds; Price in the 400m (67.3); Chapman in the 3,000m (11:45.6); and Ives-Lappin in the 100m hurdles (18.4).

Several of the track winners also won field events as well.

Fletcher went on to complete her hat-trick with wins in the B string triple jump and pole vault - the latter with a PB of 1.75m; Fenton-Lake won the A string high jump with 1.60m; and Whitton the B string high jump with 1.50m.

Elsewhere in the field events, Holly Brown soared to victory in the A string pole vault with 2.80m and threw a PB of 7.66m in the shot while Charlotte Hilton came second in the A string hammer and B string discus.

Although the men were a little depleted they still impressed with Luke Phillips winning the A string 400m and high jump.

In one of the most exciting races of the day, Phil Martin stormed to victory in the A string 1500m and also led from gun to tape in the 5,000m.

There was a PB of 11.7 in the 100m for Nathaniel Amaoade and for Zac Treeweek in the 800m with 2:12.0.

Adam Jackson added two metres to his season’s best in the hammer with 35.97m.

Ian McLoughlin achieved a season’s best in the 100m as did veteran Karl Eve in the pole vault with a clearance of 2.70m.

Benji Davies finished 2nd in the A string 800m.

Team manager Nichola Gibson described the match as one she will never forget.