WEST Cheshire AC are planning to celebrate success at two venues this weekend.
The club is focusing their sights on two fixtures, both being held on Sunday.
Junior members will be heading to Wigan's Robin Park Arena for the North West Sportshall League Finals, while senior road runners are plotting a series of good performances at the Borders League Race at Mold.
West Cheshire's under 11, U13 and U15 boys teams will be hoping to emphasise their potential at Wigan.
The three age group squads have all finished in top six places after four rounds to qualify for the Wigan event.
Oliver Wedgewood will be spearheading the U11 team's charge alongside Oliver Ashworth, Alex Kirk, Wesley Talmage, Mark Hearn, Robert Rogers, James McMahon and Sam Pickering.
Joseph O'Riordan aims to reinforce the U13 boys' dominance after his team finished top after four league rounds.
He will be supported at Wigan by Stephen Jones, Michael Willis, Sam Pierre-Louis, Sam Rimmer and Marvin Hayes.
Michael Lyness will be attempting to point West Cheshire's U15 boys to glory in a range of events.
He will be backed up by Matthew Pratt, Alex Haswell, Tom Booth and Aidan Stoakley, who all earned their squad a convincing four-round league success.
West Cheshire's U11 girls scraped into the final by the skin of their teeth and will be looking to build on their performances during the winter.
Among the U11 squad looking to score points will be Kelly Baker, Lucy Earl, Molly Fisher, Amy Bettam, Kelsey Hepple, Amy Williams, Ellen Collins and Rosie Bancroft.
West Cheshire's U13 girls will be aiming to improve on their third-placed finish in the league.
Jenni Potter, Abbie Noble, Annabel Twist, Leah Ferrie, Rosie Field, Alice McMahon, Lucinda Traves, Amy Collins, Joanne Hope, Danielle Erskine, Emma Johnson and Alice Jennings will be attempting to pocket the points.
West Cheshire's U15 girls squad of Laura Stott, Emily Clarke, Rachel Cooper, Hannah Morgan, Abbie Kirk, Sarah Radcliff, Sam Galley, Bryony Potter and Jenny Ellams will be planning to improve on a fourth place finish in the league series.
The U11s final at Wigan starts at 10am, and the U13s and U15s finals begin at 2pm.
Mold is the destination for West Cheshire's road runners on Sunday as they bid to build on a morale-boosting fourth round result at Christleton last month.
Graham Jenkins, Gary Roberts, Russell Kirk, Dave Tiernan, Andrew Clague, Graham Earlam, Gary Withers, Chris Rhodes, Andy Hickmott, Barry Gardner, Stephen Williams, Paul Price, Bob Benson, Brian Beattie, Brian Hastings, Dave Hough and Alan Cooper ensured the men's team secured second position in round four.
Charlotte Roach, Mieke Vanesste, Liz Stott, Lisa Davies, Miriam Lamb, Jayne Noble, and Mary Radford all contributed to the West Cheshire ladies points total.
The race from Mold Sports Centre is scheduled to start on Sunday at 11am.
* Entries are still being accepted for the Chester Spring Five-Mile Road Race to be held on Wednesday, April 4, at the Cheshire County Sports Club (7pm start). Further details from 33 St Peters Way, Mickle Trafford, Chester CH2 4EJ.