Relay good running from WCAC

SEVERAL West Cheshire Athletic Club members have posted relay success.

Harvey Tegg (10 minutes 25 seconds), teamed up with Isaac Tait (10:36)and Charlie Potts (11:18) to earn West Cheshire under 13 boys gold medals in the Cheshire Road Relay Championships and third spot overall in the North West Road Relays Championships, which were held at Edge Hill University, Ormskirk.

The West Cheshire under 13 boys trio were supported in their race by Ethan Butler (11:29), Matthew Douglass (11:47) and William Wright(11:20) who finished 15th overall and fourth in the Cheshire Championship.

Ethan Greenland (18:27), Cameron Bradley (21:53) and Adam Carlile(20:33) combined for third place in the Cheshire under 17 mens race and 14th spot overall, while Hollie Jones (12:12), Lucia Pyne (11:38) and Molly Jones (12:06) earned third spot in the Cheshire Championships and
ninth position in the North West event.

Sonny Dean (10:08), Sion Roberts (10:28) and Jac Goodall (10:20) secured fourth place in the Cheshire Under 15 boys event and ninth place overall, while Dave Dentith (11:04), Rory Willson (11:19) and Patrick Tait (12:03) finished sixth in Cheshire and 20th overall.

Ellie Robinson (22:14), Lisa Davies (23:25) and Heather McLintock(22:11) finished fifth in Cheshire and 28th overall in the womens race, while Ann Marie Tait (25:13) and Ellen McMahon (25:20) were part of an incomplete team and Beth McMahon posted 12:32 in West Cheshire under 15
girls’ incomplete team.

Mark Davies (18:23), David Tait (19:14), Andrew Clague (19:24), and Ian Gloyne-Philips (18:44) finished fourth in Cheshire and 38th overall in the mens race, while Andrew Carter (19:14), Bob Benson (21:29), John Collings (23:25) and Peter Smith (24:30) combined for eighth spot in the
Cheshire event and 66th place overall.

ABIGAIL PAWLETT was crowned under 13 girls Cheshire Junior Pentathlon champion at Macclesfield. The all-rounder clocked a new sprint hurdles personal best of 11.2
seconds, and was joined at the event by Emily Misantoni, who was joint third, Anna Crayston, who posted a new long jump best, Lauren Jones, and Abigail Cartwright.

Finn Bowyer and Alex Mason combined for West Cheshire AC in the under 15 boys pentathlon, while Evie Tipping was represented in the under 15 girls competition, while Ivor Smith posted new long jump and 100m bests alongside Adam Howe in the under 13 boys event.

ISOBEL GRIFFIN MORRIS completed her season in style at the Liverpool Jumps and Throws Meeting. The West Cheshire Athletic Club thrower spun the discus to a new
personal best mark of 41.20m to win the under 17 womens competition, and was joined at the fixture by Emily Ball and Sophie Percival.

DAVID TAIT was first home for West Cheshire AC at the Wirral Half-marathon, where he posted 86 minutes 20 seconds for 26th position, ahead of Robert Freeman (40th in 88:56), Ben McKean (87th in 95:17), and Rosemary Rogers (306th in 1:50:17).

ROB LITTLE represented West Cheshire AC at the Lake Vyrnwy Half-marathon where he posted 85 minutes 53 seconds for 75th position. He was joined at the race by Jack Gannon (104th in 88:25), Joe Foy (131st in 90:19), and Vince Hodges (320th in 1:41:50).

BOB FREEMAN (seventh in 20:00) was first home for West Cheshire AC at the Ellesmere Port parkrun, ahead of Chris Weedall (12th in 20:53) and Dave Bish (29th in 25:49), while Charlie Weaver (ninth in a new personal best of 20:18) was the first West Cheshire AC finisher at Delamere parkrun, ahead of Harri Britton (29th in 21:45), and Kay Hayes (105th in 26:38).

JAMES McMAHON and Maisie Tipping will represent Cheshire at the English Schools Combined Events Championship Final at Bedford this weekend.

FIXTURES this weekend include the Guilden Sutton Six 10k Road Race near Chester, being organised by West Cheshire AC on Sunday (11am start), and a 1.5 miles fun run which starts at 12.15pm.

The final round of the Wirral Multi Terrain League Series takes place on Tuesday, (September 23), from Arrowe Park, (6.30pm start).

Nick Pagan
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15th September 2015

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