HALTON and Frodsham Harriers won their fair share of medals at the Cheshire Track Relay Championships in Macclesfield.
The results reflected the hard work the squads have been putting in during training.
In the 4x100m relays, Frodsham’s under 11 girls A team of Jenny Pyatt, Megan McEveley, Annabelle Kitchen and Jess Wright won the bronze (62.8 seconds). The second string of Sally Hulse, Emily Ross, Michaela Campbell and Anna Williams took the winning award in the B final (70.5).
The U11 boys – Harry Stubbs, Harry Caton, Jake Allen and Ben Sutcliffe – just missed out on a medal as they ended up fourth (64.2), while the B team – Adrian Bennett, Joshua Stanley Will Parsons and Jack Peacock – were sixth in their final (66.2).
In the U13 girls section, Emily Pearson, Kate Merrill, Emma Scott and Amy Pearson were fifth in 61.1 and the U13 boys – Ryan Morgan, Thomas Jones, Richard McGeachie and Jack Allen – claimed seventh in 61.6.
Rounding off the 4x100m relays were the U17 runners and there was success for Frodsham’s ladies – Rebekah Pill, Amelia Connor, Nicole Bell and Aoife Haymer – who struck gold in 55.2. The men’s team – Mike Fryer, David Tomalin, Jack Campbell and Colin Hornby – had to settle for fourth (51.4).
Megan McEveley, Annabelle Kitchen and Jess Wright established a record girls U11 time in the inaugural 3x600m relay, taking the winners plaque for the Harriers in six minutes, 9.3 seconds.
Frodsham’s U11 boys A squad of Will Parsons, Jake Allen and Jack Peacock finished fourth (6:21.7), and the B string of Harry Stubbs, Adrien Bennett and Harry Caton were seventh (6:31.7).
In the 3x800m, Harriers’ U13 girls A team of Jess Parsons, Emma Pyatt and Emma Scott claimed the bronze medal with a third-place finish (8:41.5) while the B team of Emily Pearson, Katy Morgan and Kate Merrill were sixth (9:05.1).
There was gold medal glory for the Harriers’ U13 boys as the A team of Richard McGeachie, Patrick Stradling and Matthew Hulse crossed the line in 8:02.2. The B team of Joe Woolf, Jack Allen and Thomas Jones finished 10th in 8:53.8.
The men’s team of Mike Fryer, Ryan Jackson and Mark Coman came home seventh (7:12.0), while in the ladies medley Frodsham’s Rebekah Pill, Amelia Connor and Aoife Haymer rounded off a successful day by striking gold in 2:46.6.