WINDSOR, Slough, Eton & Hounslow AC enjoyed a successful day at the Chiltern Cross Country League series at Stopsley Common, Luton on Saturday.

WSEH were team winners in the senior ladies’ race, the Under 20 Men’s race and the U15 girls’ race, and with second places in the U17 Men’s and U13 Girls’ events. Alex Barbour provided the lone individual win of the day in the U20/17 Ladies race.

The senior ladies were led home by the consistent Charlotte Firth in fourth place, with Becky Atkinson in close attendance in fifth. Carla Molinaro was 11th and newcomer Natalie Thompson was 34th.

In the senior men’s race, Ricky Harvie finished fifth, two clear of U20 athlete Blake Moore. He edged out captain Simon Millet, with Adam Moore in ninth.

Barbour dominated the U20/17 women’s race to achieve her first Chiltern League victory ahead of Juliet Soane (10th), Becca Pope (19th), Amy Jeffries (38th) and Allisia Locke (39th). WSEH were third in the team event.

Dan Brookling achieved a fine third place in U17 men’s event, just holding off club-mate Oliver MacArthur for bronze. Martin Kopernicky (seventh), Shaun Hudson (14th) and Matt Daines (37th) completed the runners for WSEH.

In the U15 girls’ race, Phoebe Anderson took silver ahead of Molly Jones (fifth), Amy Young (sixth) and Kate Kennedy (17th).

In the U15 Boys’ equivalent, Mark Striger (11th), Ross Van Heerde (17th), newcomer Harvey Williams (28th) and with Rodriguez Jordi (29th) ran well to seal fifth for the team.

Jasmine Young was second in the U13 girls’ contest, followed by Charlotte Dewar (eighth), Imogen Tattersall (13th) and Holly Landon (20th).

In the U13 boys’ event, Will Goddard took fifth, with Rocco Hudson (eighth), James Palmer (32nd) and Matt Knight (35th) sealing fifth spot as a team for WSEH.

Indoor athletics

WSEH athletes were in excellent form at the Indoor Open Meeting at the Thames Valley Athletics Centre on Sunday, picking up a number of victories in the opening round of the winter series.

In the 60m sprints, Alex Haydock Wilson (7.13secs) won the U20 race, Ayoola Babalola (7.80secs) took the girls’ U17s contest and Harriet Jones (7.99secs) was champion of the senior ladies.

Rico Lionettii (8.00secs) triumphed in the U15 race, Livi Aguere (8.83secs) took the girls’ version and Jonathan Brew won the U13s race in 9.31secs.

Steph Clitheroe(8.90secs) won the senior ladies’ 60m hurdles, with Michael Louise winning the men’s edition in 8.93 secs.