MULTI-TALENTED West Cheshire AC members took home a fistful of medals from the Cheshire Junior Multi-Event Championships.
A host of the club’s youngsters powered their way on to the podium at Sunday’s Macclesfield event.
The under 11s boys trio of Jac Goodall, Eamonn O’Connell, and Will Scott secured silver medals in the mixed team event – and Goodall had further reason to cheer as he also finished second in the individual standings.
There was also triathlon success for Elijah Montez-Brown, Owen Andrews, Olivia Williams and Georgia Barlow.
Montez-Brown and Andrews were second and third in the U13s boys respectively, as were Williams and Barlow in the U13s girls.
It was a similar result for Wests in the U15s boys pentathlon as James McMahon came second and Zac Barnsley third.
Olly McCormick won the U13s boys triathlon title while fellow Chester-based Sale Harrier Amy Williams was second in the U15s girls pentathlon. Halton & Frodsham Harriers ace Ellie McCarthy grabbed U13s girls triathlon gold.
West Cheshire AC finished third in their Northern Track & Field League promotion match at Cleckheaton on Saturday.
West Cheshire AC and Tattenhall Runners were out in force at the first-round race in the Wirral Multi-Terrain League around Royden Park.
Andrew Clague led the way for Wests, passing the post in 17th, while Sacha Kendall-Woods was the club’s fastest finisher in the women’s race in 31st.
Alistair McNay (19th) was first home for Tattenhall followed by Rob Arden, Charlie Aldersey, Neil Quinlan, Andy Blair, Rob Eaton, Tim Charmley, Martin Durrant, Mark Smith and debutant Simon Bowden.
The in-form Ashleigh Eaton was a fine 13th in the women’s race from clubmates Kathy Frankland and Sharon Basford.