In their final Southern Athletic League match of the season Guildford and Godalming Athletic Club found themselves competing at Eton against the league leaders Windsor, Slough, Eton and Hounslow who provided tough opposition and the Gees ended the afternoon in second place ahead of Poole and Fleet & Crookham.
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At the Spectrum Guildford hosted an Alder Valley Girls league meeting and although the Gees had few winners there were many encouraging results from athletes not used to being in the scoring team and the Club finished the afternoon in second place.
Guildford and Godalming Athletic Club had two gold medallists and one silver and one new club record at the weekend's South of England Age Group Championships at Ashford.
The record fell to Alex Shaw in the U17 400m - a race that is rarely run these days by U17 girls as all other championships are run over 300m. Her time was 56.24.
Harry Boyd won the U17 800m in a new personal best time of 1.57.29.
It is the time in the season for Inter County Championships and a number of Guildford and Godalming athletes who are not away enjoying themselves on holiday have been representing Surrey.
In the Senior Inter Counties seventeen year old Jemma Wood competing in the heats of the 200m broke the Club's Senior and U20 200m record with her time of 24.64, a time which took her in to the final where she finished eighth.
The Club's combined U20 and Under 17 team had an emphatic win in their last YDL league match of the season at Portsmouth that confirmed their place at the top of the league along with promotion for next season.
Following on their success in last week's English School's Championships the Clubs one gold and two silver medal winning athletes were selected to compete for England against Ireland, Scotland and Wales in the U17 Home International at Ashford and here they met with even greater success.
To win selection for the English Schools Championships is a big achievement for school age athletes particularly in Surrey where competition for one of the places is severe. This year and the Club had twelve representatives at the English Schools Championships in Gateshead, eleven representing Surrey and one Somerset and not content with that the club's athletes returned home with a record individual medal tally of one gold and three silvers plus two relay gold medals with two members of each team being Gees.