Dennis Penny-Toure grabbed two gold medals for Huntingdonshire AC at the Peterborough City Games. Penny-Toure stormed to the win in the U13 Boys’ 75m hurdles and winning the long jump with a leap of 4.94m.
Anya Rodriguez was one of the other performers for the club that claimed seven victories, taking a hat-trick of titles with victory in the U13 Girls’ 200m, high jump and long jump, a long jump leap of 4.52m taking her into the top 30 of national rankings.
Matt Leadbitter and Christian Roberts dominated the 400m races, while Jonathan Edwards added another club record to his collection with 48.97m in the under 17 Men’s hammer throw.
Other impressive performers were Tom Johnson, James Downing, Lily Seach and Katie Scholey.
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