Following their recent victories in the National Championships, Morgan Lake (High Jump) and Megan Marrs(100m Hurdles) have been selected to compete for the UK in the World Cup competition next weekend in London.
WESH have four athletes competing in the World Junior Championships this week in Finland. Jake Norris and Bayley Campbell both compete in the Hammer whilst Alex Haydock-Wilson is selected for the 4x400m relay. 2nd Claim WSEH member Josh Zeller will tackle the 110m Hurdles.

UK Womens League Premier Division – Edinburgh
A respectable 5th place after the long trip to Edinburgh by the WSEH Senior Ladies team saw then consolidate their position in the UK Womens League Premier Division and with one match remaining in Southampton next month, their Premier Division status seems assured.

Match Result
1. Thames Valley Harriers
2. Edinburgh AC
3. Birchfield Harriers
4. Blackheath & Bromley AC
6. Swansea Harriers
7. Trafford AC
8. Southampton AC

The best results for the local club were generally on the track. Harriet Jones was 4th in the 100m A race in 12.19secs with Jatila Reavil-Blake going one better in the B race with 3rd in 12.18secs. This was the position claimed by Jessica Armah in the 200m A in 24.97secs with Rebecca Watkins 4th in the B in 25.59secs. The 400m saw Laura Wake improve to 2nd place in 56.38secs. Best of the distance races came from Sarah Chapman with her 3rd in the 1500m in 4m36.55. The 400m Hurdles delivered good points for the local club with Laura Wake 4th in the A race in 60.82secs, and Marcey Winter winning the B race in 62.47secs.
The best result in the Field came in the Hammer where Amy Herrington(54m90) and Janet Smith (35m64) both achieved 3rd places.

THE WSEH Mens team suffered from a dozen withdrawals by athletes in the 24 hours before the match, and with so many gaps in the team it is perhaps not surprising that they finished tail enders.

Match Result:
1. Blackheath & Bromley AC
2. Harrow AC
3. Southampton AC
4. Sale Harriers
5. City of Liverpool AC
6. Kingston & Poly AC
7. Herne Hill Harriers

The poor team result should not detract from the excellent performance by Deji Tobais in the 100m where his winning time of 10.21secs smashed the League Record set some 11 years ago.
Deji went to also win the 200m in 20.77secs.
The match had opened well for WSEH with Tyrie Donovan in prime position in the 400m Hurdles in 51.55secs. The top result in the Field Events came from newcomer Jack Magee who won the Javelin with 62m37. This was followed by a 3rd places from Paulus Svaraukas in the Triple Jump with a leap of 14m95 and Teepee Princewell similarly placed in the B string with 13m68.