WEST Cheshire AC members will represent their county at a major annual track and field event this Saturday.
A total of 11 of the club’s athletes will pull on Cheshire vets at the Inter-Counties Mason Trophy meeting at Northwood Stadium, Stoke.
They are Zac Barnsley, Matthew Pagan, James McMahon, Cameron Clark, Zac Holland, Georgia Barlow, Charlotte Williamson, Samhilda McGonigle, Olivia Montez-Brown, Kelly Baker and Sophie Percival.
All 11 won the right to travel to Stoke after turning in impressive displays at last weekend’s Cheshire Schools Championships at Macclesfield.
Barnsley won the 100m county title with 11.5 seconds, while Pagan won the 400m in a new championship best time of 53.2 seconds, and McMahon cleared a new championship best height of 3.20m for victory in the pole vault.
Clark finished second in the javelin with 47.92m, while Holland clocked 2:08.1 for second spot in the 800m, and Barlow was second in the 100m with 13.3 seconds.
Williamson won the 75m hurdles in 11.9 seconds, while McGonigle hit 9m in the shot for success, and Montez-Brown won the 80m hurdles in 11.8 seconds.
Baker grabbed glory in the shot with 11.49m, and Percival launched the javelin to a winning mark of 26.96m.
Other West Cheshire AC members to secure victories included Chris Goodwin who won the senior boys 800m in 2:01.0; Michael Bailiff who cleared a winning height of 1.80m in the high jump; Alice McMahon who won both the senior girls 100m (12.6) and 200m (25.5) titles.
Jenni Potter powered her way to a new championship best of 37.64m for victory in the senior girls hammer, while Victoria Anderson cleared 1.60m for success in the senior girls high jump, and Danielle Erskine won the senior girls long jump with 5.21m.
Stephen Jones, from Neston, won the senior boys 400m title in 51.6 seconds.
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