Club Achievements 2017

English Schools Championship 7th/8th July Birmingham
WSEH AC had some 35 athletes competing in the English Schools Championships in Birmingham over the weekend – representing their County Schools Teams.
The event added to the significant number of WSEH AC National Champions with seven athletes topping the podium plus anther three amongst the minor medals.


UK Athletics Young Athletes Development League, Premier Division South – Reading Sun 25.6.17

WSEH AC maintained their challenge for a place in the National Finals in September with a 3rd place in their match at Reading on Sunday.

Match Result:
1. Blackheath & Bromley AC 818pts
2. Shaftesbury Barnet AC 739
3. WSEH AC 673
4. Reading AC 663
5. Team Norfolk 283
6. Crawley AC 261

Gaps in the WSEH AC team proved costly but good performances in the contested events overcame this adversity.

UK WOMENS LEAGUE – Premier Division – Eton Sat 3rd June
In a hard fought contest at Eton, which saw just 17 points separating the top four clubs, WSEH AC, with just one match remaining, look to have consolidated their Premier Division status in the UK Womens League.

Match Result:
1. Birchfield Harriers (Birmingham) 218.5pts
2. Thames Valley Harriers 212
3. Edinburgh AC 204
4. WSEH AC 201
5. Shaftesbury Barnet AC 162
6. Swansea Harriers 152.5
7. Blackheath & Bromley AC 145
8. Woodford Green AC 129

WSEH AC athletes were in superb form at the County Championships over the weekend picking up 35 county titles including 10 new county records.

Top performer without a doubt was future star, 12 year old Claudia Kerry-Rodger, who won gold in each of the five field events she entered including a new Bucks County record in the U13 Discus with 22m44. Her other marks were: High Jump 1m36, Long Jump 3m86, Javelin 14m75 and Shot 7m04.

UK Athletics U20/U17 Youth Development League – Premier Division
Norwich – Sunday 30th April 2017

The deterrent of a long trip to Norwich coupled with the ‘exam season’ created a number of gaps in the WSEH AC team for their opening match in the UKA Youth League U20/U17 Premier Division. Fortunately two new Club Records and some other good performances from those athletes that did support the team, saw the local club able to maintain a challenge for a place in the National Finals in Birmingham in September.

Match result:
1. Blackheath & Bromley AC 772pts