01:18PM, Wednesday 17 May 2017
Emily Barrett was the club’s first winner of the day at Bracknell, taking the 400m hurdles in 66.80
Windsor Slough Eton & Hounslow AC (WSEH) set 10 new records and won 35 titles on a superb weekend for the club at the county championships.
Their top performer, and no doubt a future star, was 12-year-old Claudia Kerry-Roger who swept to gold in all five of the field events she entered.
She set a new Bucks county record in the u13s discus with 22.44m and her other high marks were 1.36m in the high jump, 3.86m in the long jump, 14.75m in the javelin and 7.04m in the shot put.
At the Berkshire championships in Bracknell, Harriet Jones set a new county record in the senior 100m hurdles, finishing in 14.3secs.
Orla Brennan achieved the same with 45.26 in the 300m hurdles as did Jake Norris’ u20s hammer throw of 75.40m and Jodie Smith, who threw 37.77m in the u17s javelin.
County records also went in the Bucks Championships where Jasmine Presho won the u17s pole vault with 3.21m, Jemima Copeman the u17s 300m in 40.82 and Anna Croft the senior 400m hurdles.
The Middlesex Championships saw the records continue to tumble with Francesa Williams taking the u15s hammer title with 47.70m.
Ellie Chandler was also prominent with a trio of golds in the u20s hammer (44.45m), discus (19.70m) and javelin (30.68m).
Emily Barrett was the club’s first winner of the day at Bracknell, taking the 400m hurdles in 66.80 and there were further successes for Aaron Richardson in the senior men’s 100m in 11.3 and Harriet Jones in the senior women’s event in 12.39.
Megan Shaw took gold in the u20s 100m hurdles and Alex Haydock-Wilson comfortably won his u20s 400m race in 48.89.
Jess Armah won the senior 200m in 25.43, Alex Haydock Wilson secured his second county title in the u20s 200m in 22.25.
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