WINDSOR, Slough, Eton & Hounslow's Under 17 girls claimed the silver medal at the National Cross-country Championships in Leeds.

The best of their quartet was Amy Young in 18th place in 18min 59secs, while Molly Jones was not far adrift in 35th (19.32).

Ellie Van Heerde took 40th place in 19.45, with Kate Clutterbuck coming 88th (20.49) to seal second behind winners Herne Hill Harriers.

The U15 girls claimed bronze thanks to Charlotte Dewar (18th in 15.55), Eloise Harris (35th in 16.12), Jasmine Young (60th in 16.29) and Jessica Hatch (75th in 16.42).

For the U15 boys, Sam Hodgson led the way in 18th place in 14.15.

Luke Hynes came 27th in 14.22, Will Goddard 84th in 14.58 and new boy Luke Birdseye was 137th in 15.20.

As a team they finished sixth, while the U13 Boys produced a similar team performance with seventh.

The squad was led home by Sam Johnson in 38th place in 10.51, with Julian Abass not far adrift in 52nd (11.00).

Ben Dewar came 68th in 11.14, and the team was completed by Nathan Rollins in 82nd spot.

There were two other WSEH runners in George Thomas and Meher Baga, while the sole WSEH representative in the U13 girls race, Rachel Clutterbuck finished a useful 25th in 11.56.

Dan Brookling took 78th place in 31.55 in the men's U20 contest, while Charlotte Firth was the best of the senior ladies with her 45th place in 31.52. Natalie Thompson was 395th in 31.32.

For the senior men, Simon Millett (175th) and James Tidd (257th) flew the WSEH colours in a massive field of more than 2000 runners.

There was success for WSEH at the National U20, U17 and U15 Championships in Sheffield.

In the U15 long jump, Katy Beadle grabbed gold with her leap of 5.59m.

Jodie Smith was the silver medallist in the U20 high jump with her clearance of 1.77m, and she was also seventh in the long jump with a leap of 5.67m.

Another silver medal arrived in the U20 triple jump as newcomer Claudimira Landin flew 12.43m.

The 60m races resulted in a sixth place in the heats for U17 Karl Rizvi in 7.41secs.

Alex Stirzaker was seventh in his U15 heat in 8.00, a result matched by Demari Gumbs (8.33).

Kitty Jones was the lone WSEH female athlete in the U20 60m – finishing seventh in her heat in 8.27.

Rizvi came fifth in the U17 200m heats, despite posting a personal best of 23.27.

Smith was fourth in her U17 60m hurdles heat in 8.87, while Abby Mesqualier was eighth in her U17 semi-final (9.32).

Sophia Martin was eighth in her heat in 10.10, while Laurie Sutcliffe came sixth in his U17 heat (9.17).

Isla Brown made the semi-finals of the U15 hurdles, clocking 9.74 for seventh spot.

Others in the U15 heats were Nina Balut (10.44), Alexia Martin (9.96) and Chanel Lovelock (10.14).

The latter went on to compete in the U15 shot with a ninth place throw of 10.07m.