WINDSOR Slough Eton & Hounslow AC were well represented at the GB National Senior Championships at Birmingham during the weekend, emerging with five medal winners including two national champions.

Shelayna Oskan-Clarke confirmed her status as No. 1 in the UK in the 800m with a comfortable victory in 2m 02:06secs.

Jacob Paul was the expected winner of the 400m Hurdles, confirmed by his win in 49.57secs, just milliseconds off his own WSEH club record.

The one club record which did fall went to Taylor Campbell in the hammer with his 74.63m throw, a one-metre improvement on his own record set last month.

However, even this was only good enough for the silver medal.

Another to gain a silver medal was Amy Holder in the discus, with her distance of 54.00m.

Jessica Knight grabbed the bronze award in the 400m hurdles with her time of 56.31secs.

Of the other WSEH finalists, Naomi Phillips (12.59m) came eighth in the triple jump, Marcey Winter (58.41secs) eas eighth in the 400m hurdles, and Ricky Hayvie (3:53.16) was ninth in the 1,500m.

Also competing were Rion Pierre (10.70secs) and Nathan Gilberts (10.78) in the 100m, and Harriett Jones.

She ran the 100m hurdles in 14.14secs, and the 200m in 25.38.

Meanwhile, at the Southern Young Athlete Championships at Ashford, Kat Beadle's leap of 5.38m gave her gold in the Under 15 girls' long jump.

In the U13 age group, Desola Omondjo (13.84secs) was fourth in the 100m, while Summer Chapman (2:39.20) came 10th in the 800m.

Demara Gumbs leapt 3.90m to finish 10th in the long jump.

Luke Birdseye (seventh in 4:28.66), Ethen Scott (11th in 4:36.00) and Julian Abass (12th in 4:36.77) ran in the U15 1,500m, while in the high jump, Alex Stirzaker (1.70m) grabbed seventh.

Simone Stirzaker (9.02m) was fifth in the shot, while in the boys' event, Joe Caesar was seventh with 7.59m

Lianna Williams (13.21secs) came eighth in the 100m, and Demari Gumbs (5.30m) was eighth in the long jump.

Jessica Hatch finished in the same spot in the 800m, running a time of 2:32.60.

Euan Darbon (12.84m) claimed eighth place in the U17 triple jump.