WEST Cheshire AC’s youngsters produced a series of impressive performances in their National Young Athletes Track and Field League match.
In the Northern Premier Division second round meeting at Bebington Oval, Amy Williams broke the club’s under-13 girls long jump record with 5.35m and added further success in the 150m and 70m hurdles. Georgia Barlow posted a new 75m best of 10.5 seconds.
Amy and Georgia received support from Charlotte Williamson, Samhilda Megonigle, Sophie Baker, Megan McEveley, Emily Ball, Natasha Tudor and Amy Hinchley.
The U13 girls quartet of Williams, Barlow, Megonigle and Williamson won the 4x100m relay.
Olivia Montez-Brown scored a new best of 5.22m for success in the U15 girls long jump, and added a sprint hurdles victory, while Kelly Baker powered her way to a shot and discus double and Laura Rigby clocked a winning time of 12.8 in the 100m.
Lucy Earl, Laura Jones, Ellen McMahon, and Sally Pickering added valuable points in the U15 girls events.
Alice Jennings won the U17 ladies 300m hurdles and Torz Anderson cleared a winning height in the high jump alongside U17 team-mates Leah Ferrie, Danielle Erskine, Jenni Potter, Jenna Sheehy, Gemma Hale, Emma Johnson, Victoria Anderson and Ali Burkett.
Bryony Potter won the junior women’s 200m title in 26.5 seconds at the inaugural North West Region Track and Field Championships at Trafford Sports Centre, Manchester.
David McKay launched the senior men's javelin to 62.47m for second position, and Tom Booth clocked 58.56 seconds for second spot in his senior men’s 400m hurdles final.
Forthcoming fixtures include the Delamere Summer Trail Series first round, from Whitfields Car Park, Delamere Forest, tomorrow (May 20); the Northern U15/U17 Track and Field Championships at Leigh Sports Centre on May 29 and 30; and the Trafford AC open medal meeting takes place on Monday, May 31.