WINDSOR, Slough, Eton & Hounslow (WSEH) Athletics Club were well represented at the UK Athletics Indoor Championships in Sheffield.

The meeting was also being used as a selection guide for the European Indoor Championships in March.

WSEH provided three gold medallists plus a silver winner.

The golds fell to Morgan Lake in the high jump with a 1.89m clearance, Rachel Wallader in the shot with an excellent 17.43m and Shelayna Oskan-Clarke in the 800m in 2:03.54.

The silver winner was decathlete Ashley Bryant with 7.71m in the long jump.

All these athletes should have booked their Euro Championships place.

Jessica Knight (54.21 seconds) and Laura Wake (55.94) both made the semi-finals of the 400m.

Olivia Curran and Jessica Robinson finished seventh and ninth respectively in the pole vault, both with a 3.81m clearance.

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PHOTO: Shelayna Oskan-Clarke won a gold medal for 800m.

Kerry O’Flaherty was sixth in the 3,000m steeplechase in 9:19.51, whilst Ricky Harvie was 10th in the 1,500m in 3:54.45.

Athletes that went out in the heats include Jatilla Reavill-Blake (600m, 8.01), 17-year-old Alex Haydock-Wilson (400m, 51.19) and Megan Harris (60m hurdles, 8.79).

WSEH were short on numbers for the final match in the Chiltern Cross Country League series at Campbell Park in Milton Keynes.

This was the case in the younger age groups with coaches and athletes putting the National Cross Country Championships in two weeks’ time as their main priority.

As a result, WSEH did not figure highly in the team scores, except for the Under-20 (U20) men, who won bronze awards.

The senior men’s race saw four WSEH athletes face the starter. Simon Millett had an excellent run for sixth place, chased hard by Adam Moore (U20) who was ninth.

There was a bigger turn out in the senior ladies race with Charlotte Firth leading the WSEH charge in fourth place, just ahead of Dani Barnes-Heeney who was sixth. Becky Atkinson was also in touch with her 10th place. The senior ladies were fifth in the team event.

Juliet Soane was the lone WSEH athlete in the U20 race, finishing a good 10th.

Things improved in the U15 girls race where WSEH fielded a trio of athletes. They all performed well with Molly Jones fourth, Phoebe Anderson sixth and Katie Thompson ninth.