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AUTUMN NEWSLETTER

SUMMARY – SUMMER SEASON
The Summer proved to be another highly successful track season for the Club.

WSEH AC continued their excellent start to the winter season with more podium places in the South of England Cross Country Relays event at Wormwood Scrubs on the weekend.

The Under 15 Girls team once again grabbed silver medals in their race – Jasmine Young being timed at 7m18, Eloisa Harris on 8m16 and Charlotte Dewar on the final leg with 7m16.
The WSEH B team were the second placed B team with good runs from Holly Landon (7m53), Imogen Tattersal(8m54) and Isabelle Haycock(8m40).

Shortage of athletes saw WSEH AC struggle to field teams in several of the age groups in the opening Chiltern Cross country League Match at Oxford on Saturday.
There were however some good individual results – none more so than that of Dominic McDougall who returned to form to finish 2nd in the Under 17 race in 18m18secs. The only other WSEH athlete to face the starter in this race was Joseph Clarke who finished 57th in 25m09.

WSEH AC were prominent in the South of England Road Relays event at Crystal Palace on Sunday - 6 teams from the local club making a top ten place in the various age group races. Prime position went to the Under 15 Girls team who took the gold medals. Charlotte Dewar led off for WSEH returning home in 1st place in 11m22. Eloisa Harris maintained the advantage on the 2nd leg with her time of 11m17, and an impressive final leg from Jasmine Young in 11m17 secured the podium top spot. The WSEH B team were 65th Jessica Hardick on 15m10, Isabelle Spencer 14m25, and Charlotte Green 14m34.

The Summer Track Season saw WSEH AC consolidate their position as one of the top clubs in the UK.