WINDSOR, Slough, Eton & Hounslow (WSEH) Athletics Club is ranked amongst the top three clubs in the United Kingdom based upon its position in the various senior leagues at the end of the summer season.

The club were runners-up in the UK Women’s League Premier Division and in the Men’s British League Division One, and was top-placed in the combined Southern League Premier Division.

This superb achievement is not surprising as some 67 club athletes figure amongst the top-20 listed in the published 2019 National Ranking Lists.

WSEH has five athletes ranked number one in the UK. Morgan Lake tops the senior ladies high jump with 1.97 metres (m), whilst Jodie Smith and Temi Ojora are equal first in the Under 20s (U20s) list on 1.80m. Another to make his mark in the high jump is Lionel Owona with third place in the U17s list on 2.00m.

Austin Princewill made the top spot with his U20s triple jump mark of 15.52. Marcey Winter is another to top rank in the U20s 400m hurdles with 58.18 seconds (secs).

Highly-ranked also are Amy Holder, second in the senior discus on 56.42m, plus Jacob Paul, third in the senior 400m hurdles on 49.57secs.

Another event to strongly feature WSEH athletes is the hammer. Taylor Campbell is second in the senior list with 74.63m while his brother Bayley Campbell is second in the U20s list with his mark of 72.81m.

Other hammer throwers to feature are Amy Herrington, fourth in the senior list on 63.69m, Jake Norris, sixth in the senior men on 70.91m, Francesca Williams, seventh in the U17s lades, Ruben Banks, eighth in the U20s men on 55.16m and Chris Williams (brother of Francesca), 13th in the U15 boys on 41.27m.

There are several other family connections with Tade Ojora, brother of Temi, fifth in the senior 110m hurdles with 13.68secs. Molly Staunton, sixth in the U13 pole vault and Jack Staunton, eighth in the U15s pole vault.

Charlotte Dewar placed sixth in the U15s 1,500m on four minutes and 36.02 seconds (4:36.02) with brother, Ben Dewar, 20th in the boys U15s 1,500m in 4:42.42.

A number of talented athletes figure in more than one event. As well as topping the high jump list, Smith is ranked eighth in the U20s ladies long jump with 5.98m and 10th in the 100m hurdles on 14.27secs.

Temi Ojora, another high jump success story, is also ranked second in the U20s triple jump with 12.94m and 14th in the long jump on 5.87m.

Banks features in the U20 discus with his eighth place on 49.09m and 17th position in the shot with 14.31m.

Double ranked are Katy Beadle in the U15 long jump with third place on 5.59m and the 100m with 14th spot in 12.28secs. Princewill, as well as topping the U20s triple jump, also makes the long jump with ninth position on 7.11m.

Winter is 10th in the U20s 400m in 55.28secs. Orla Brennan is second in the U20s 400m hurdles in 59.40secs plus makes the list in the flat 400m in 19th spot on 56.49secs.

Double listed also are Will Barnicott, second in the U17s 3,000m on 8:22.98 and fifth in the 1,500m in 3:55.33. Jessica Knight is third placed in the senior 400m hurdles in 56.04secs and 18th in the 400m in 53.16secs. Summer Chapman is fourth in the U13s girls 600m on 1:44.6 and ninth in the 800m on 2:22.7.