Opponents Crushed In Winning Race

WOKING senior women’s team blew away the opposition on Saturday with a crushing victory in their third Southern League match of the season.
There was a number of fine individual performances which contributed to the overall win with two personal best performances.
The first of these came from Natasha Hart in the pole vault who cleared a fine 2.80m and has now added more than a metre to her best from this time last year.
The other personal best came from Jo Rodriguez-Downs in the 800m, who since the beginning of the season has knocked off nearly 15 seconds from her best time.

Women Standing on Race Track While Preparing for a Run Race during Daytime
She went on to win the 1,500m along with Belle Levene as they produced a fine double win. Levene then teamed up with Ramona Thevenet-Smith to produce a double win in the 3,000m.
In the throws Eleanor Gatrell was just 4cm short of  her personal best in the shot put in easily winning the event with a season’s best of more than 15m which puts her at least in the top six in the country.

Nicky Eglinton and up and coming star Vicky Hewitt ran well, the latter winning the B race of the 400m hurdles while she was second in the A 200m.

These two athletes, along with Virginia Mitchell and Helena Corbin, combined to comfortably win the final event of the day, the 4x400m, to cap a fine afternoon of competition for the women’s team.
Their next match is in the British Athletics League Cup at Kingston on Sunday, along with the Woking men’s team, with their next league match at Erith on July 7