THERE were some top performances from Windsor, Slough, Eton & Hounslow (WSEH) Athletics Club athletes in the third match of the Chiltern Cross Country League at Bedford, writes Dennis Daly.

There was good representation for the club in the senior ladies race where Charlotte Firth won in 22 minutes (22.00). Alice Flint was not far adrift in third place on 24.04, while Jenny Ball was in close attendance in fifth position with 24.12.

The WSEH team was completed my Molly Riglin in 10th spot on 25.69 and Rebecca Curtis-Hall in 11th place with 25.14.

The club only had two athletes in the senior men's race but they made their presence felt with a clear victory from James Tidd on 35.15, with team captain Simon Millett second on 36.03.

WSEH provided another winner in the Under-13 (U13) girls race via the impressive Freya Ruffels with an 11.45m clocking.

The U17 men's race saw Pavit Kullar produce perhaps his best run to date to take second place in 20.13, with Dominic McDougall in sixth position in 21.28.

In the U17 ladies race, Daisy Schotting-Robinson was the best of the WSEH trio in sixth place on 21.21. Sister Lily Schotting-Robinson was close at hand in 10th place with 21.57, while Lily Porter completed the trio in 14th spot with 22.39.

The Bucks Cross Country Championships at Hughenden Park in High Wycombe saw WSEH athletes again well to the fore.

In the senior men's race, Alex Goodall took the silver medal with his time of 40.16.

Molly Jones went one better to take gold in the U17 ladies race with 23.11, with Morgan Hanson in fifth place with 23.54.

Another medal accrued in the U15 boys race via the efforts of James Palmer, second in 13.39. Noah Fletcher was sixth in 14.12.

In the U17 men's race, Mark Stringer came home in 20th position with 24.04.