A BRILLIANT triple victory by Harrow Athletic Club's Marilyn-Leona Nwawulor was the highlight of the third round of the National Junior League Southern Premier Division at Bromley on Sunday, writes Tony Bush.
The 16-year-old took the long jump with a superb 5.75m leap and the high jump with 1.70. She also won the 200 metres with a fast 25.2. The teenager has huge potential as a heptathlete, following in the footsteps of Kelly Sotherton and Jessica Ennis.
Leigh Lattimore took the 1,500m in a fast 4.42.5.
Phillipa Lowe finished third in the 400m while Dymond Smith took the same spot in the sprint hurdles.
Alice Humble placed third in the pole vault.
Ian Smart cleared a season's best of 4.25m to take second in the pole vault while Stefan Greenidge was in great form in the long jump, recording 6.72 for second spot. Andrew Kendall clocked a fast 48.3 finishing second in the 400m.
Harrow finished sixth on the day and also hold sixth spot in the League table, three points clear of seventh, with one fixture left.
Meanwhile, Adam Bowden won the Milton Keynes triathlon in 1.48.21. He clocked an
impressive 16.22 for the 1,500m swim, 59.47 for the 40km bike and a fast 30.50 for the 10km run to win the event by just over a minute.
He is in the elite event in this weekend's Mazda London triathlon.
Harrow's British League squad travels to Leeds on Sunday for the third round fixture, aiming for a good result to underpin their promotion credentials.