3 Gold, 3 Silver and a Bronze medal at the South of England Indoor Championship

SEAA Indoor Championships 2015, Lee Valley

TVH claimed 3 gold, 3 silver and a bronze medal at the South of England Indoor Championship this month. TVH’s finalist are listed below.


Erika Yeboah 3rd (bronze) U15 girls 60m, 8.00 PB. Erika is currently ranked 4th U15 in the UK.  

Tayla Brade 4th 60m U20 women, 7.68. Tayla’s also ran PB times in her heats and semi (7.63).

Nigel Thomas 2nd (silver) 60m senior men, 6.85. Nigel is currently ranked 11th overall in the UK.

Keano Paris-Samuel 4th U17 men 200m, 23.52. Keano also just missed out in spot in the 60m final.

Isabel Dye 2nd (silver) 1500 U20 women 4:43.26 PB and new club record. Izzy has just moved up to this age group and was beaten by an athlete who set a new championship record.

Mohamud Aadan 5th 1500m senior men, 3:59.44 PB. Mohamud also set a new PB and a new indoor club the previous week in the 3000m at the BMC held in Sheffield (8:14.40).

Ogo Anochirionye 6th senior men long jump, 6.80m. Ogo recently set a PB of 7.14m at the Metaswith games.

Jude Bright-Davies 2nd (Silver) U17 men long jump, 6.42m. Jude is ranked 1st in the UK as an U17 in the triple jump and 2nd in the long jump.

Lia Stephenson 1st (Gold) U20s triple, 12.19m. Lia was just 4cm away from a new championship record and is ranked currently No.1 in the UK.

Jude Bright-Davies 1st (Gold) U17 men Triple Jump, 13.78m. New indoor PB and new indoor club record.

Shannon Connolly 1st (gold)senior women pole vault, 3.30m. Shannon also set a new indoor club record recently at the Metaswitch Games (3.50m).



After hearing the weather forecast it was very gratifying that so many Valley young athletes turned up in force to represent the club in the fourth league match of the season at Perivale. With four team races being run it was pleasing that we had complete teams in three of them. The day started with the under 11 boys and girls running together in a 1200m race. These are experimental races and no team positions were counted. With two girls and one boy representing the club they all coped very well with the muddy and windy conditions. First home was Kate Price in a very good 15th place being the 5th girl to finish. Behind her Lily Dafter was 25th, 8th girl, beating Felix Schaap who was having his first ever race.



With five girls from TVH in the top 20 it was a great event for the Valley. Godolphin and Latymer finished second team to the host school Sevenoaks, 45 points to 58. The Godolphin scoring team were India Wear 3rd Kosana Weir 6th, Verity Walker 13th and Rose Barkle 36th.

The Valley runners for St Paul’s were Charlotte Buckley 7th, Olivia Olsher 19th and Sophia Free 75th.

Other TVH athletes were Ellie Mobed Westminster 31, Matilda Ferrand, G&L 72, Hannah Jusu-Sheriff, Putney 101, Sarah Goodhart 123.