UK Indoor Championship – Birmingham
WSEH Athletes were well to the fore at the UK Indoor Championships at Birmingham over the weekend emerging with four National Champions. The WSEH women were particularly dominant. Megan Marrs won the 60m Hurdles in 8.16secs. In the same event Stephanie Clitheroe was 3rd in her Heat in 8.56secs, with Amber Leigh Hall 4th in 8.83secs.
Shelayna Oskan-Clarke raised her growing reputation another notch by winning the 800m in 2m00.6 with Leah Barrow also making the Final and finishing 5th in 2m05.63.
Morgan Lake confirmed her status as the top UK High Jumper with a victory in 1m88. Camellia Hayes was just out of the medals in 4th place on 1m76.

Rachel Wallader was another to underline her No1 status with a comfortable win in the Shot with 17m45.

The WSEH could not quite match the form of the WSEH ladies. Deji Tobais looked on course for a medal in the 60m after winning his Heat, but he false started in the Final and was disqualified.

Euan Bryden produced another 5m00 jump in the Pole Vault to finish in 5th place.

Easykit Cross Country International – Belgium
Competing for England in a Cross Country International in Belgium, WSEH’s Meg Ormond justified her first England vest crossing the finish in 11th place and being the 3rd England team member home to clinch a team winners gold medal.

Next Saturday, WSEH field teams in the National Cross Country Championships at Parliament Hill Fields Hampstead. After their medal winning performance in the Southern Cross Country Champs, hopes are high for more honours.