HOLIDAY commitments meant Halton and Frodsham Harriers were down on numbers for their home Cheshire League meeting at Stan-ney Oaks.

But those competing returned some satisfactory results.

Emma Scott, Maisie Ford, Emma Pyatt, Hollie Bousfield, and Lucy Vernon formed the U11 girls' squad.

Emma Scott started the scoring with a 12.3 sec run for fifth in the A 75m sprint.

Maisie and Emma Pyatt each ran third in the B and C races - 13.0 & 13.1 their times - and Hollie completed the scoring with fourth in the D race (13.7). Lucy also finished fourth in a non-scoring 75m, matching Hollie's time.

In the 600m races, Emma Pyatt scored third A points in 2 mins 06.5 secs.

Emma Scott, Maisie, and Hollie each had thirds in the B, C, & D races in 2: 20.6, 2: 33.3 and 2:33.5 respectively.

Field events saw Emma Scott take fourth in the A long jump with 2.61m. Emma Pyatt scored with a 2.36m leap in the B event while Lucy was a non scorer, jumping 2.38m while Maisie, Hollie, and Lucy tackled the soft javelin.

Maisie threw 10m for the third A points, Hollie's 8m taking the B spot while Lucy non scored.

The two Emmas joined Maisie and Hollie to run 69secs for fourth place in the 4x100m relay.

Under 15 girl Amelia Connor had a solo spot, sprinting to third over 100m in 14.1.

The U13 boys pair of Marcus Vernon and Connor Watson each came third in the 200m. Marcus took the A points in 30.9 and Connor's

33.7 was good enough for the B points.

In the shot putt, both improved their points haul. Marcus landed second A spot with 6.25m while Connor took the 2nd B points (3.38m).

Andrew Gibbons and Sam Ford were the duo in the U15s boys events. Sam clinched fourth in the A 200m in 31.5 secs and with 3.40m achieved second-placed B points in the long jump at which Andrew's 3.59m was enough for fourth.

Each had runners-up spots in the javelin, Andrew excelling with a throw of 21.82m, in the A event while Sam's 10.47m earned B points.

The Harriers' U11s girls finished third and their U15 counterparts sixth. For the boys, the U13s and U15s each came in fifth.