The club finished second in a home fixture featuring 6 Essex clubs which saw notably more depth than is normal in the SAL. Early league leaders Orion won the match, while WGEL narrowly edged out Colchester&Tendring. Braintree&District, Newham&Essex Beagles and Ilford followed, with athletes from all clubs taking victories in an intriguing match.
The match began with success in a high quality hammer for Lucy Marshall (61.33) and Stephanie Howe (47.32 PB), however in contrast to the first match (where WGEL won the first 11 A string events) wins were hard to come by subsequently. Our highest points scorer was Iris Verweij (20 in 6 individual events) who won the 100h in our only other womens A string success. B string wins came from Katie Skelding in the 100 (12.62, alongside 200 A 2nd in 26.16) and U17 Samanta Bendaraviciute in her 400m debut (66.41).