Double Gold and a Silver at North West Combined Events Open

James Mc Mahon and Amy Williams won their U13 Pentathlon competitions and Joseph Morrison won silver in U11 boys Quadrathon at Sportcity, Manchester with Amy scoring a new competition best score of 2641 points.Also competing where Sam Rimmer who finished 3rd with 2655 pts in U17M Octathlon, Yousef Kamal Khalifa, 1890 pts and Leon Langmead, 1543 pts in U15 boys pentathlon and Joseph Morrison who finished 2nd with 2351 pts in U11 boys Quadrathon
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Dave Takes Bronze

Dave McKay captured a bronze medal from the England Athletics Senior Track and Field Championships staged at Gateshead.He launched the javelin to a mark of 62.36m to secure third position in the senior mens competition.

Olivia Wins NoEAA Gold

Olivia Montez-Brown headed the list of Northern England-based athletes at Stoke on Trents Northwood Stadium.The talented West Cheshire AC all-rounder topped the list of North of England representatives and secured fourth position overall in the England Athletics Under 15 Girls Combined Events Championships.
She started her pentathlon appearance by clocking 11.29 seconds in the 75m hurdles, and then long jumped 5.09m, before hitting 8.64m in the shot.
Olivia then cleared 1-51m in the high jump and completed the competition by rounding 800m in a time of two minutes 35.20 seconds to compile 2,983 points.
Olivia finished ahead of nearest North of England rivals Alyssia Carr, Leeds City AC who was runner-up and third placed Manie Wells-Nichols, Liverpool Harriers.

T &F Seniors Finish Top of Northern League Div.2

West Cheshire AC will head to Yorkshire on Sunday week as Northern Track and Field League divisional champions.
The Chester and Ellesmere Port clubs senior squad clinched the Division Two West title at their final league match held at Wavertree, Liverpool.
The club will now prepare to compete in the Division One Play-Off match to be staged at Cudworth, near Barnsley, on Sunday, August 15.
Multi-eventers Dave McKay, John Manning, and Niamh Reilly scored the bulk of their clubs all-important points tally to wrap up a memorable league campaign.
McKay and Manning both completed their punishing schedule of events nursing injuries after posting a series of pleasing performances to secure their club the title.
McKay launched the javelin to a winning mark of 54.71m, and powered his way to 38.15m for second spot in the hammer; 30.67m for third B in the discus; and 11.25m for second position in the shot.
Manning, who achieved 21.80m with a standing throw to merit fifth B in the javelin after injuring his hamstring, had catapulted himself to a new personal best height of 3-20m in the pole vault; clocked 71.1 seconds for fifth B in the 400m hurdles; and long jumped 5.66m for fourth position.
Reilly won the javelin with a throw of 33.26m, and added further points from the 800m (fourth B with 3:01.8); the hammer (second B with 18.19m); the discus (22.24m for fourth place); the shot (8.22m for fourth spot); and the high jump (1-30m for fourth position).
The hard-working trio were supported by A string winners Emily Clarke (5.12m in the long jump, and 10.02m in the triple jump); Shona Valentine (27 seconds in the 200m), and Gemma Hale (70.9 seconds in the 400m hurdles).

B string successes were registered by Stephen Jones (11.5/100m and 23.4/200m); Jordan Knox (5.64m/long jump); Ali Burkett (13.0/100m, and 27.0/200m); and Shona Valentine (8.92m/triple jump).

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