SIAN Kelman catapulted herself to an award-winning display at Deeside.
The West Cheshire AC member competed for Cheshire Tigers at the final round of the National Junior Under 20 Track and Field League Mersey Division match, winning the athlete-of-the-match award for her 5.61m in the long jump.
She also won the 100m in 12.6 seconds, alongside B 100m winner Sam Galley who posted 12.9 seconds.
Danny Meadows sprinted to a victorious personal best of 2:05.6 in the 800m. Tom Booth recorded three new PBs, including a 400m hurdles victory of 60.9secs, a 110m hurdles win (18.7secs), and a new 2,000m steeplechase best of 7:41.4 for third.
Jack Titlow (24.97m) and Alan Littler (14.29m) performed in the discus, and Alan rounded the B 400m in a new best of 60.5secs.
Kate Titlow won the 3,000m in 10:43.2 seconds, while Shona Valentine completed 200m in 27.4secs for second.
Lauren Hunt won the discus with 35.28m and shot with 9.50m.
The 4x100m relay squad of Lewis Emmitt, Liam Clowes, Tom Booth and Jack Titlow finished third in 51.5secs.
North Wales won overall with 348 points with Tigers second with 231.
The Gobowen Five Miles Road Race happens on Friday August 1, with the final round of the Northern Seniors Track and Field League at Litherland on Sunday.
The Pie and Peas Five Miles Road Race at Moulton is on Wednesday August 6. The latest Off Road Series Grand Prix Race is at Corus Sports and Social Club, Shotton, on Thursday, August 7.
The England Athletics U15 and U17 Track and Field Championships are on August 9 and 10 at Birmingham’s Alexander Stadium and the third round of the Cheshire Track and Field League at Bebington Oval on August 10.