WSEH Athletics Club were not without good performances in the final match of the Chiltern League Series at Milton Keynes despite another low turnout on Saturday.

Team captain Simon Millett led by example in the senior men’s race to finish in third place, and with it securing the third place overall individual medal for the series.

He was supported by Under-20 (U20) athletes Adam Moore (12th), Blake Moore (16th) and Bill Hughes. The trio grabbed the U20 silver team medal in the process.

Charlotte Firth was the lone WSEH athlete in the senior ladies’ race which she totally dominated to cross the line well clear of her chasers.

The best of the club athletes in the U17 ladies’ competition was Kathy Ditton in sixth place. The improving Juliet Soane was 10th.

Isabelle Rayner was not far adrift in 15th place with Amy Jeffries (27th) completing the WSEH team in second place on the day.

Mark Stringer placed eighth in the U15 boys’ event. Will Perry-Adam finished in a good seventh place in the U13 boys’ event.

NINE WSEH athletes made the long trek to Sheffield over the weekend to contest the England U15-20 Indoor Championships.

Club pole vault athlete Jessica Robinson was the star on show, winning the event with a new WSEH record height of 4.00m.

Amber Try secured the bronze award with her 3.60m clearance.

Dami Famikin was just out of the medals in fourth place in the U20 triple jump with 13.95m.

Jasmine Presho was similarly placed in the U15 pole vault with 2.91m. In the U20 men’s event, Tom Farrell was eighth on 4.50m.

Newcomer Ben Fisher showed that he will prove a team asset with his fifth place in the U20 long jump with 7.03m. He also contested the 60m sprint to good effect with a 6.99 seconds (secs) clocking.

Sam Hewitt was a below par 10th in the U20 high jump with 1.85m.

Orla Brennan made the final of the U15 60m hurdles but clouted the final obstacle to finish in eighth place on 9.56secs, after clocking 9.39secs in her heat.

TWO WSEH athletes have secured their second international vests representing England in a cross country event in Rotselaar, Belgium over the weekend.

At the Belgium International Cross Country, Alex Tovey finished in 12th place, the fourth England athlete home.

Morven Goodrum was the outright race winner in the U17 ladies event.

Two more WSEH athletes gained England selection for an international indoor competition in Linz, Austria.

Lukesha Morris won her first England vest in the 60m sprint with Leah Barrow gaining a second vest in the 800m.