WINDSOR, Slough, Eton & Hounslow (WSEH) Athletics Club had two athletes in the Great Britain squad of nine that competed at the European Throws Cup in Samorin, Slovakia last weekend.

Amy Holder returned with a silver medal after finishing second in the discus with 52.43m.

Taylor Campbell just missed a podium position with his fourth place in the hammer and 72.75m.

WSEH had several athletes competing in the British Masters Championships at Lee Valley.

Michael Louise was on song with wins in the Vet 35 category of the 200m in 23.4 seconds (secs) and in the 60m hurdles with 9.62secs. He was also second in the 60m on 7.18secs.

There was a good win for Chris Mills in the Vet 45 pole vault with a clearance of 4.10m.

Another to secure a medal was Glen Reddington with third place in the Vet 55 60m hurdles in 9.31secs.

Newcomer Rod Davies also grabbed a bronze medal in the Vet 60 long jump with 3.94m.

The most prolific medal winner however was Dorothy McLennan who contested four events in the Vet 80 category, winning awards in the 60m, 200m long jump and shot.

A number of WSEH young athletes made the long trip to Sheffield last weekend to contest the Combined Events Championships.

Though none figured in the final overall medal hunt there were some excellent individual performances.

Chanel Lovelock was first in the Under-15 (U15) 60m hurdles with 10.10secs and then went on to place second in the shot with 9.68m.

Alex Stirzaker set a new personal best when taking second place in the U15 high jump with 1.56m.