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Cheshire Schools Championships I 10th June 2017
Last edited: Tuesday June 13th 2017
The Cheshire Schools Championships were held at Macclesfield on Saturday 10th June and Warrington Athletic Club athletes collected 9 Gold, 9 Silver, 3 Bronze medals, one Championship Best and 18 personal best performances.

Top performance came from Megan Kettle in the Intermediate Girls Hammer with a new Personal Best throw of 42.77 metres to also set a new Championship Best Performance.Behind Megan in Silver Medal position was Natasha Ryder with a throw of 29.54 metres.

Rebecca Hardy won Gold in the Intermediate 80 metres hurdles with 12.4 seconds a new best time.

Silver Medals went to Chloe Mason in the Intermediate 300 metres with a new best time of 44.6 seconds,Amy Nuttall in the Intermediate 1500 metres with 5 minutes 09.8 seconds, Ashley Nemits Junior 800 metres in 2 minutes 25.6 seconds and Natalie Chamun in the Junior Hammer with a throw of 15.62 metres.

Bronze Medals were won by Intermediates Emma Davies in the 100 metres with a new best time of 13.2 seconds and Lucy Baxter in the 1500 metres with 5 minutes 28.4 seconds.

In the Boys events Gold Medals were won by Jack Garner in the Junior 80 metres hurdles with a new best time of 13.1 seconds while at Intermediate level Cameron Duff set a new best time of 22.6 seconds in winning the 200 metres,Tom Baines comfortably won the 400 metres in 50.0 seconds and Joe Williams set a new best time of 15.0 seconds in winning the 100 metres hurdles.In the field events Josh Herrington won the High Jump with a leap of 1.75 metres.In the Senior Events Cameron Meakin had a double victory in taking the 200 metres and 110 metres hurdles with times of 22.7seconds and 14.9 seconds respectively.

Silver Medals were won by Junior Sam Wadsworth in the Javelin with a new best throw of 30.32 metres while in the Intermediate age group Tristan Hall took the Silver in the 400 metres in a new best of 55.7 seconds and Joe Buckley also won Silver in the 3000 metres with a new best time of 9 minutes 17.8 seconds.In the Senior age group Sam Rostron in the 1500 metres with 4 minutes 34.9 seconds and Luke Gamble in the 3000 metres with a new best time of 9 minutes 22.8 seconds completed the silver medals.

In the Intermediate 3000 metres Jordan Jones won the Bronze Medal with a new best time of 9 minutes 34.4 seconds.