A WEST Cheshire AC member has won a North of England title.
Multi-eventer Olivia Montez-Brown grabbed under 17 women’s long jump gold at the Northern Track and Field Championships in Hull.
Montez-Brown, 16, delivered a new personal best leap of 5.59m to seal victory, finishing 28cm clear of runner-up Laura Pegler (Dash AC).
Montez-Brown also claimed a silver medal in the 80m hurdles final, clocking 11.93 seconds.
Montez-Brown has enjoyed a memorable year to date after clinching the Northern Indoor long jump and sprint hurdles titles in February.
She then went on to win Cheshire County AA long jump and sprint hurdles gold medals in May.
The Great Sutton-based teenager was crowned North West Schools heptathlon champion earlier this month when she compiled a new personal best of 4,337 points in the intermediate girls competition.
Montez-Brown clocked 11.6 seconds in the 80m hurdles, cleared 1.48m in the high jump, hit 9.21m in the shot, posted 26.8 seconds in the 200m, long jumped 5.47m and launched the javelin to 26.49m.
West Cheshire AC were also represented at the Hull event by Danielle Erskine, who finished sixth in the U20s women’s long jump with 5.18m, and by Jenni Potter, who came seventh in the U20s women’s hammer with 25.34m.
Former West Cheshire AC member Amy Williams continued her superb season by securing the U15s girls long jump title with 5.46m while Tessa McCormick clocked 4:49.02 for fifth spot in the U20 women’s 1,500m.
James McMahon won the North West Schools’ junior boys pentathlon title at Crewe with 2,446 points after clocking 12.3 seconds in the 80m hurdles, hitting 10.14m in the shot, long jumping 5.81m, clearing 1.57m in the high jump, and posting 2:30.5 for the 800m.