Hyde wins national title

GEORGE HYDE has powered his way to a national title.
The West Cheshire AC thrower won the England Athletics Championships Under 15 boys shot title at Bedford with a put of 15.64m. The victory arrives just seven days after he won the shot put title for Cheshire at the Northern Inter Counties Championships held in Blackburn with a new personal best throw of 15.65m which has ranked him third in the UK for his age group.

Emma Howe pocketed a bronze medal at Bedford in the under 15 girls javelin with a throw of 39.55m and is now ranked third in the UK with her personal best of 43.07m.

Hyde and Howe were two of nine West Cheshire AC members who represented Cheshire at Blackburn.

Will Rattray spun the under 15 boys 1.25kg discus to a winning distance of 35.81m, while Georgia Barlow secured third and fourth places respectively with times of 12.77 seconds in the under 17 womens 100m, and a seasons best of 41.53 seconds in the 300m.

Cameron Weaver rounded the under 17 mens 3000m in a new personal best time of 9:22.01 for fourth place, while Dominick Duggan clocked 11.68 seconds for fifth spot in the under 17 mens B 100m, and Sam Paton posted 12.86 seconds for fifth place in the under 15 boys B 100m.

Emma Howe hit a new personal best of 9.37m in the under 15 girls shot put, while Maisie Tipping posted a winning time of 12.29 seconds in the under 15 girls B 75m hurdles, and Ewan Bradley clocked 13.09 seconds for sixth place in the under 15 boys 80m hurdles.

EMILY MISANTONI and Anna Crayston secured first and second places at the Stockport Quadrathlon.

Misantoni hit a new best of 7.83m in the shot, a new 100m best of 13.7 seconds, long jumped 4.34m, and rounded the 800m in a time of 2:29.7 for 257 points, while Crayston hit a new best of 5.92m in the shot, a new 100m best of 13.9 seconds, long jumped 4.40m, and posted 2:33.7 in the 800m for 232 points.

BOB FREEMAN and Dave Bish represented West Cheshire AC and celebrated age group victories at the Ellesmere 10k Road Race.

Freeman posted 40 minutes 59 seconds to win the over 60 mens prize, and Bish won the over 70 mens prize with a time of 54:46.

Rob Little was first home for West Cheshire AC, posting 37:51 for 36th position, and Mary Radford clocked 65:14.

MARK DAVIES (second in a new personal best of 18 minutes 38 seconds) was first home for West Cheshire AC at the Ellesmere Port parkrun.

He was joined at the Whitby Park 5k event by Bob Freeman who finished sixth in a new best of 19:47, ahead of Harvey Tegg (10th in a new best of 20:33), Bob Benson (14th in a new best of 21:25), Liam Farrell (19th in 22:40), Rosemary Rogers (third lady and 24th overall in 23:48), Abigail Cartwright (sixth lady and 31st overall in 24:57), and Dave Bish (40th in a new best of 26:23).

JAC GOODALL (10th in 19:48) was first home for West Cheshire AC at the Delamere parkrun, ahead of Jeff McQueen (19th in 20:55), Rory Willson (44th in 22:52), Peter Smith (74th in a new best of 24:44), Tom Finn (109th in 26:09), and Adam Carlile (172nd in 29:44).

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31st August 2015

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