WINDSOR, Slough, Eton & Hounslow [WSEH] Athletics Club added to their already considerable tally of National Champions with two gold medal winners at the Under-15/17 Championships in Bedford over the weekend.

Bayley Campbell emulated his brother Taylor with a victory in the U17 hammer with a throw of 64.93m.

In the U15 300m Orla Brennan set a new WSEH club record with her win in 40.39 seconds. She also set a club record of 11.10 in the 75m hurdles but this time had to settle for the bronze award.

A further club record was claimed by Josh Pearson with his bronze medal in the U15 300m, and yet another bronze resulted in the U15 javelin via Archie Goodliff with his 56.60m.

Back on the track Dominic McDougall took silver in the U15 600m in a personal best of 2:00.70.

THE WSEH Boys Young Athletes Team swept into yet another final with a comfortable victory in the last match of the Alder Valley Boys League in Aldershot, ahead of the host club.

The U15 100m provided a win for Pearson in 12.2 with Eke Ijeomah second in the B-race with 12.7.

The U13 race was marked by an impressive WSEH debut from Ilan Bisschops, whose family have relocated from Belgium, and who went straight to the top of the club rankings with his win in 13.8.

The U11 150 saw Kai Norbron lead the way with a personal best of 23.3.

Jemiah Woodroffe took second in the U17 200m in 24.5, while Pearson went one better in the U15 race with a win in 24.0.

The best result from the middle distance races came from Sam Chevis who was second in the U17 800m in 2:15.5, whilst Dan Beer set a new personal best for the 1,500m with his second place in 5:43.7.

Another impressive debut was made by Max Clark when winning the U15 80m hurdles by some 15 metres with an excellent time of 12.5. Bisschops also showed his hurdling expertise with second place in the U13 75m event in 12.7 to again top the WSEH rankings.

The field events provided useful points as Abraham Melbourne equalled his best of 3.10m to win the U17 pole vault.

The U15 long jump provided maximum points for WSEH with a victory for Ijeomah on 5.09m and Rico Lionettei returning from injury to win the B-string on 5.00m.

Bisschops added more points with his second in the U13 event on 4.84m to again to the club rankings and displace long time leader Anthony Robins-Kent, who won the B-string with 4.38m.

Norbron was second in the U11 competition with a personal best of 3.58m.

The throwing events demonstrated strength in depth from WSEH. Maximum points were gained in the U17 hammer via the efforts of Harrison Wall (48.13) and Matt Price (27.43m).

This pairing also won the javelin. This time with Price on 30.97m and Wall with 35.35m, and Wall made it a hat-trick of wins by taking the shot on 11.62m. Newcomer Ubaid Bashir won the B-string with 8.77m.

More maximum points were accrued for the club in the U15 shot as Ruben Banks won with a personal best of 12.45m and Lionetti took the B-string with another personal best of 7.30m.