FORMER West Cheshire AC starlet Amy Williams was one of the stars of the Cheshire County Championships.
The 13-year-old, who now turns out for Sale Harriers, won five gold medals at the annual event for the second year running.
Amy, who attends The Queen’s School in Chester, has just moved up from the under 13s girls age category to the U15s.
But that did not stop her from becoming a county champion in the 200m (27.32secs), high jump (1.53m), 75m hurdles (12.78secs), 100m (13.23secs) and the long jump (5.27m), the latter of which was a championship record.
Just for good measure Amy then finished second in the U17s ladies triple jump (10.42m) behind her good friend and fellow rising star Olivia Montez-Brown.
Amy’s father Stuart said: “There is no pressure on Amy to train or compete and Queen’s School staff are used to managing the needs of talented girls like world gymnastics champion Beth Tweddle, who still visits the school.”
West Cheshire AC will be in National Young Athletes League Premier Division action on Sunday at Preston Arena (11.30am start). The Llandudno 10 Mile Road Race takes place on the same day (noon start).
The Cheshire Minors Track and Field Championships are held at Victoria Park, Warrington, on Wednesday, May 25.