Matthew crowned English Under 15 champion

Matthew Pagan was crowned 300m champion at the English Under 15 Championships at Bedford.The West Cheshire AC sprinter posted a winning time and new personal best of 35.74 seconds to clinch success on the line from Charnwood ACs Owin Sinclair who posted 35.85.
Pagan was joined on the medal podium by West Cheshire ACs Emily Ball who secured a bronze medal in the under 15 girls shot with a new personal best of 11.51m, and finished seventh in the discus by equalling her best of 31.88m which had been achieved at the Wrexham Games.
Olivia Montez-Brown finished sixth in her under 17 womens 80m hurdles in a time of 11.80 seconds after finishing second in her heat with 11.83.
Zac Holland clocked 2:10.42 for eighth spot in his under 15 boys 800m heat, and Charlotte Williamson posted 12.59 seconds for seventh position in her under 15 womens 75m hurdles heat.

WCAC Best Road Times 2011

For a summary of best road race times by WCAC members in 2011, see http://www.westcheshireac.co.uk/roadracing/roadperform

Inspired by London 2012 Olympics?

Then come and have a go at our Come and Try session at Stanney at 10AM on Saturday 25thAugust. Part of the BBC’s Things To Do Initiative and the Come and Try Session is currently being advertised on the BBC website at this link: http://www.bbc.co.uk/thingstodo/activity/come-and-try-athletics-day.

West Cheshire AC league title success

West Cheshire AC are celebrating a league title success.The Stanney Oaks-based club finished at the top of the Northern Track and Field League Division Two West league table after the final round held at Bebington Oval.
Alice McMahon and Laura Turley grabbed glory in the womens 100m and 200m A and B races, and were backed up by Nicola Gore, Niamh Reilly, Sophie Percival, Debi and Danielle Erskine, Laura Rigby, and Emily Clarke.
Gore pocketed valuable points alongside Reilly in the pole vault, Debi Erskine in the hammer, and Percival in the shot and high jump.
Danielle Erskine rounded the 400m hurdles and claimed first place in the B long jump alongside Clarke who was second overall in the long jump and also grabbed points from the triple jump.
Rigby scored points from her appearances in the 400m and 800m, and then joined Turley, Dani Erskine, and McMahon in the 4x100m relay.
Multi-talented duo Dave McKay and John Manning headed the mens squad to success.
McKay won the javelin and 110m hurdles and powered his way to further points in the hammer, discus and shot, while Manning bagged precious points from appearances in the pole vault, 400m, and 4x400m relay.
Andrew Gore cleared a new personal best height of 3-45m in the pole vault, while debutant Matthew Wood partnered Sam Rimmer in the long jump who also scored points from the triple jump, and 400m hurdles.
Lee Baty (400m), Cameron Clark (javelin), Liam Devoren (100m), Richard Stocker (discus, shot and hammer), and Michael Lyness (triple jump and high jump) also teamed up for points.
The clubs thanks are also conveyed to Alan Littler, Andrew Clague, Mark Davies, and Chris Goodwin who turned up to compete in the middle distance and longer distance running events to help West Cheshire AC finish fourth at Bebington and in pole position overall after four rounds.
The West Cheshire AC Northern Track and Field League squad will now complete their campaign with an appearance at Leigh in the Division Two Promotion Match to be held on Saturday, August 18.

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