In the first match of their British Athletic League series, in a closely fought contest. WSEH finished in a good mid table position thus keeping promotion prospects alive for the remaining 3 matches.

Match result:
1, Harrow AC 380pts
2. Blackheath & Bromley AC 293
3. Southampton AC 285
4. WSEH AC 277
5. Sale Harriers Manchester 275
6. City of Liverpool AC 266
7. Kingston & Poly AC 241
8. Herne Hill Harriers 142

Star WSEH sprinter was Deji Tobais who won the A races in the 100m(10.32secs) and the 200m(21.2secs). Aaron Richardson provided support in the B races, his best being 4th in the 100m in 11.00secs.
Under 20 National Indoor 400m champion showed that a good outdoor season lies ahead with his 2nd place in the 400m A race in 47.62secs.
Best of the middle distance results came from another WSEH youngster 16 year old Dominic McDougall who was 3rd in the 1500m in a pb of 4m00.55 with Dan Brookling occupying the same place in the B string with 4m03.15.
The 400m Hurdles saw Tyrie Donovan in 3rd place in the A race in 52.83secs, with Sam Plumb 2nd in the B race in 57.06secs.
The 110m hurdles also reaped good points with Sam Plumb again in action taking 4th place in the A race in 16.18secs with Michael Louise improving to 3rd in the B race in 16.09secs.
Best of the Field events proved to be the Long Jump where Adam Carpenter was 2nd with 6m86 and San Challis won the B string with 6m75. Multi eventer Carpenter also showed his prowess in the Pole Vault with second place in the A string on a pb of 4m90, allowing Euan Bryden to win the B string with his 4m60 clearance.
Best of the relay events proved to be the 4x100m where the squad of Reece Bowers, Alex Haydock-Wilson, Sam Plumb and Aaron Richardson got the baton round in 4th place in 43.18secs.

Shortage of athletes in the Under 17 age group saw valuable points lost in this first Alder Valley Boys match of the year at Eton on Sunday.

Match Result:
1.Reading AC 648pts
2. Camberley AC 595
3. Bracknell AC 591
4. Hillingdon AC 531
5. WSEH AC 483
6. Basingstoke AC 458
7. Aldershot & Farnham AC 366
8. Maidenhead AC 259
9. Guildford & Godalming AC 246

Marvin Tchangwa was the best points scorer of the Under 17 athletes present with his 3rd places in the 400m(54.4secs) and the 800m(2m04.9). Lional Owona moved to a new pb in the High Jump with his 1m80 clearance for 2nd place.
There was some good sprint running in the Under 15 category with James Badham (12.4secs/25.3secs) and Oliver Cloherty(12.2secs/25.4secs) being the contributors. Jonathan Brew also impressed with his 3rd place in the 300m in 41.2secs.
Ilan Bischopps was also prominent with his 2nd place in his first outing in the Pole Vault with 2m20, then going on to take 3rd in the Shot with a pb of 9m49. In the Hammer there were 3rd places for Chris Williams on 18m82 and Nafay Khan on 12m62.
The 4x100m relay squad of Alex Pennycooke, James Badham, Oliver Cloherty and Jonathan Brew set a new seasons best in taking 2nd in 50.2secs
Good points accrued from the U13 Boys. Joshua Caesar was 2nd in the 100m A race in 13.8secs whilst Adam Sfendla went even faster in 13.5secs to win the B race. Sfendla reappeared in the 75m Hurdles, this time in 3rd place in 13.6 secs, with Seb Baker winning the B race in 14.6secs.
Kai Norbron set a new pb in taking 2nd in the A string Long Jump with 4m24 whilst the busy Adam Sfendla won the B string on 3m96.
Seb Baker again showed his prowess in the High Jump with 2nd place on 1m35(pb) and Kai Norbron also set a new best of 1m25 to place 3rd in the B string. There was another best from Monty Gurney in the Javelin with 26m81 for 2nd place, with Mackenzie Lothian also 2nd in the B with 18m20
The Under 13’s finished on a high with the quartet of Baker, Caesar, Sfendla and Isiah Samuel winning the 4x100m relay in a seasons best 56.0secs.