The first Woodford victory went to Nusrat Cessay, who took her first ever national senior title over 400mH. Starting steadily Nusrat drew into contention with 100m to go and finished very strongly as she took the title in a personal best of 57.13 secs. The next victory went to Joice Maduaka who took her sixth senior national title over 100m as she recorded 11.52 secs, having earlier recorded 11.45 secs in qualifying. Joice was later 5th in a close 200m with 23.65 secs.
Woodford's Sam Watts placed a very creditable 7th in the final of the 200m at the World Youths (U/18) Championships. Qualifying from the semi final as a fastest loser havinig recorded a personal best of 21.50 secs (+0.6), Sam drew the tricky inside lane in the final, and altougher slower with 22.00 secs (-0.9), can be very pleased with his performances in making the final and recording a personal best time.