Robertson is at the double in Hereford
FOUR Gloucester Athletic Club throwers finished their 2012 season in style at the Hereford Open Meeting.
Anna Robertson was a double victor, winning the senior ladies hammer with 44.20metres and the discus with a new personal best of 27.11m, an improvement of three metres on her previous best.
Charlotte Stallard won the Under-17 hammer with 43.18m and Jacob Lange won the Under-17 men's hammer with 56.39m.
There was further success in the Under-15 girl's hammer as Ellen Thrall added nearly two metres to her previous best when placing second with 42.61m.
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All four are members of Lorraine Shaw's hammer group.
Gloucester' Kate Davies finished tenth in the English Schools Intermediate Girls heptathlon at Bedford.
Despite setting a new lifetime best in the opening event, the 100 m hurdles, Davies found herself down in 35rd position overall.
She then equalled her personal best in the high jump (1.59m) to move up to 18th, before an 8.60m shot putt moved her up to 16th place.
Davies then ran 27.78 seconds for the 200 metres to finish day one in 12th place on 2448 points.
She opened day two with a 4.76m long jump but rallied with a 31.71m throw in the javelin to move back up to 11th place.
She completed the competition with 2.35.03 in the 800 metres, to finish in tenth on 4083 points, 15 down on her Gloucester AC record.
Gloucester was well represented in the last of the season's Lloyds TSB Fitness four-mile road races at Hardwicke with three runners in the top ten.
Gemma Collier finished first lady and fifth overall in a 26.21. Max Sheppard was next home in 26.46 to claim seventh place with Paul Loveridge finishing in ninth with a new personal best of 27.25.
Martin Hobson had a PB of 27.46 for 13th , Denise Evans was 19th in 29.23 with Nicola Hovery 32nd in 31.39.
Phil Du Plessis, in his first appearance of the summer, was 35th in 32.11, Emily Cross who was 36th in 32:15.
Gloucester's Marion Loveridge made her Midland Masters debut in the inter-area veterans match at Solihull and won the hammer event in the 35-49 age category with 34.76m.
â Gloucester Athletic Club have announced their winter training programme:
Tuesdays: circuit training at Crypt School (6:30-8:30pm);
Wednesdays: weight training at Black Bridge (6:30-8:30pm).
Tuesday and thursday: Endurance groups meet (6.40pm)