England U15 5K Road Champs

Six of our Under 15s made the trip to Sutton Park, Birmingham, for the England Under 15 5k Road Race Champs being staged for the first time before the famous Men's 12-Stage and Women's 6-Stage National Relays.

On this occasion, the weather was kind to our athletes, with it being slightly warmer than of late and the sun shining.

Rhys Edwards National 5K 2018

Further Commonwealth Games news

In Brisbane on Friday, Adam Kirk-Smith, representing N.Ireland placed 8th in the 3000m s/ch with a time of 8m48.40 secs, whilst today (Saturday), Tiffany Porter who had finished 2nd in Glasgow, this time placed 6th in the final of the women's 100mH with 13.12 secs (+0.2), having qualified from her heat with 12.99 secs (+0.8).

Commonwealth Bronze for Mark Dry

On the opening day of the Commonwealth Games Athletics competition in Brisbane, Woodford's Mark Dry representing Scotland placed third to gain a bronze medal in the hammer, behind Englnad's Nick Miller who set a new UK record. Mark's distance was 73.12m, his best since 2016.

Mark Dry Commonwealth bronze

Mark Dry by Adi Royle 1 small

WGEL open meeting summary


There were some fine performances at the Woodford Green Open on Saturday 31 March, despite temperatures still at winter levels. The hammer saw some of the worst conditions, but the heavy rain did not prevent Andreea Golban moving to 4th in the early season U17 ranking with 49.64 and Simbiyat Sikiru (who was 8th ranked U15 in 2017) improving her PB to 43.08. U15B Kai Wright improved his PB to 32.04 while senior Peter Clarke registered a solid 53.90 season opener. Similarly, Hugh Williams produced solid performance to wins the senior SP (12.52) and DT (34.28). The jumps were ruined by the weather, with the exception of a Wasps LJ competition which came after a spirited Easter egg hunt and before the heaviest rain.

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