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Magic Michael sets the standard for QPH

PUBLISHED: 16:18 10 June 2009 | UPDATED: 13:35 24 August 2010

Keeping track: Michael Dimitrzak and Brendan Green

Keeping track: Michael Dimitrzak and Brendan Green

MICHAEL Dimitrzak was Queen s Park Harriers top performer in their third match of the Southern League Division on Saturday. The Harriers finished fourth overall, and with two matches to go they need to finish at least second...

MICHAEL Dimitrzak was Queen's Park Harriers' top performer in their third match of the Southern League Division on Saturday.

The Harriers finished fourth overall, and with two matches to go they need to finish at least second in the positions to maintain their place in the Division Three.

Dimitzrak was second in the 5,000m, running 17 minutes 29 seconds in the 'A' race, and Brendan Greene was second in the B string with 17:55.

Dimitrzak then finished runner-up in the 1,500m B race with a time of 4:52, and Greene was fourth in the A race in 4:56.

Barry Smith impressed in the high jump, finishing second. Damian Bastick came fourth in the 400m hurdles, third in the 100m hurdles, and was fourth in the discus, shot and triple jump.

Multi-eventer James Walerych came third in the 400m hurdles and fourth in the 800m, and teamed up with ever-present Richard Davis to finish fourth in the 800m A race.

Veteran thrower Ray Gallagher was third in the shot-put, fourth in the A javelin with 27.9, and third in the hammer.

n THAMES Valley Harriers senior women made a good start to their three-match series in Division Three of the UK Women's Athletic League, coming third out of eight.

The match was hard-fought all the way, with the top four clubs constantly changing order. Phyllis Agbo won the long jump with an effort of 6.23m and the shot with a new PB of 13.56m.

Angie Broadbelt won the 100m hurdles in 13.83 seconds, while Angela Barrett won the triple jump by 2cm with her final jump of 12.33m.


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