THE Windsor, Slough, Eton & Hounslow (WSEH) Winter Indoor Meeting was well supported with athletes from as far afield as Cheshire, Wales and the Isle of Wight making long trips to attend.

The were some 160 athletes in the sprints alone which indicates the popularity of the meetings in the Thames Valley Athletics Centre in Eton.

It was good to see international Peter Moreno back in action for the WSEH senior men, finishing second over 60m in 7.06 seconds (secs).

Lewis Blake went one better to win his race with a slower time of 7.33secs. Victory Mabungu was another to take second place in 7.66secs, with veteran Glen Reddington third in 8.40secs.

There were two WSEH senior ladies on show with Chinedu Monye winning her race in 7.87secs, while Harriet Jones was third in her sprint with 7.78secs.

In the Under-20 (U20) category, Iddi Ruad was third in 8.69secs.

The U17 events saw a fine win for newcomer Patrick Nwoga on 7.42secs, with Jonathan Brew also victorious in 7.86secs. The best of the trio was Kaif Rizvi with his 7.41secs clocking for second position.

The U17 ladies races provided a good second place for Taliah Headley-Jones on 8.30secs, with third spots for Naveet Kaur (8.51secs) and Nia Dampoux-Auen (8.67secs).

In the U15 races, Demari Gumbs won in 8.22secs, with Alex Stirzaker (8.06secs) and Kai Norbron (8.91secs) both in third position.

Anna Babis repeated the success with a win in her race in 8.49secs, followed by another victory by Louie Seamons in 8.66secs. Cami Ho placed second with 8.96secs.

In the U13 age group, Demara Gumbs finished second in 9.07secs and Samuel Babis third in 9.35secs.

There were fewer athletes in the 60m hurdles races but WSEH were once again prominent. Moreno won his senior race in 8.16secs, with Reddington runner-up in his event with 9.86secs.

Stirzaker was back in action in the U15 race, placing third with 9.53secs. In the U20 hurdles, Jodie Smith was second in 8.82secs.

The U15 age group saw three more WSEH athletes in action with Chanel Lovelock winning in 9.67secs, Nina Balot runner-up in 10.37secs and Abi Woodford third in 10.77secs.

The field events saw the busy Stirzaker again in action - winning the U15 boys shot with 6.61m, plus a second place finish in the long jump with 4.77m.

Demari Gumbs was third in the same event on 4.71m, while Samuel Babis too second in the U13 event with 3.61m.

The U17 shot had Tahlia Headley-Jones third with 8.41m, with Abi Woodford third in on 8.14m.