YOUNG athletes from Halton and Frodsham Harriers under 11s and U13s returned laden with trophies from the National AAA Tom Pink Memorial Relays at Sheffield’s EIS Arena
Every member of the four squads returned from Yorkshire with an award.
In the U11s girls squad Charlotte Davies, Georgia Massey, Annabell Kitchen, Megan McEveley, Emma Pyatt, Emily Ross and Jess Wright finished first in the 1,000m relay with a time of 2min 46.2sec and in the over/under A in 1:18.1.
Pyatt was second in the javelin with a throw of 14m.
Wright was first and set a new national best in the Highland step and also set a new personal best to win the standing triple jump.
The U11s boys squad of Luke Bratt, Alistair Grant, Johnathon Jones, Will Parsons, Jack Peacock and Ben Sutcliffe finished second in the 1,000m relay with a time of 2:50. Their time, combined with that of the girls, meant the club took home the winning trophy.
Sutcliffe was successful in the standing triple jump as he finished in first place with a jump of 5.44m.
In the U13s girls Martha Cottrell, Kate Merrill, Katy Morgan, Jess Parsons, Amy Pearson, Emily Pearson and Emma Pyatt again were second in the 3x2.5 laps relay A with a time of 4:51.0.
Cottrell was second in the standing long jump with a jump of 1.98m and Merrill won the Highland steps with 78. Pyatt took first place in the standing triple jump with 5.80m.
The U13 boys taking part were Matthew Hulse, Thomas Jones, Richard McGeachie, Jorge Peacock and Joe Woolf. Jones grabbed first place in the Highland steps with 73.