MEG Corker is officially the best 75m hurdler of her age in the country.

She moved top of the UK under 15s rankings thanks to her performance at Trafford Athletics Club’s Medal Meeting on Easter Monday, where she was one of 11 Warrington Athletics Club members taking part.

She improved her personal best time to 11.32secs, which also moves her closer to the Warrington club record – a mark of 11.28secs which was set all the way back in 1980.

In the same age group, Lisa Halliday improved her personal best 75m hurdles time to 13.64secs as she finished fourth in her race.

Emily Entwistle finished second over 800m as she clocked 2mins 40.61secs, with Amelia Smithers finishing fifth and Jasmine Jones smashing her best time by coming home in 2mins 50.80secs, which was good enough for eighth place.

For the boys, Ben Pucill finished fifth in both the 200m and 800m races – clocking 2mins 32.64secs and 28.56secs respectively – while Erik Marshall took seven seconds off his best 800m time as he finished eighth in 2mins 18.35secs.

Evie Schofield won her under 13s 70m hurdles race and matched her personal best of 12.04secs in the process while over the longer distances, Esme Heavey came home fifth over 800m in 2mins 55.60secs and Jacob Pryor ran well to finish seventh in 5mins 30.80secs in his first 1500m race.

In the under 13s field events, Ruby Hill was Warrington’s only competitor – she finished 22nd in the long jump with a leap of 3.17m.

On Good Friday, two of Warrington’s masters athletes were part of a strong field for the Salford 10km road race.

Steve Watmough won the over 55s age group, with his time of 34mins 6secs good enough for a 30th-place overall finish.

Paul Bagan was not far behind his clubmate, finishing 59th overall and 12th in the over 40s category by clocking 35mins 28secs.

Further afield, under 20s athlete Katie Lowery spent the weekend in the Isle of Man, where she ran in the 5km road race at the Isle of Man Easter Festival of Running.

She finished 12th in 18mins 38secs, which was good enough to place her second in her age group and help her Edinburgh University team to the runners-up position in the overall team competition.

Another club member competing for her university was Alysha Goddard, who ran for Heriot Watt in the Scottish University and Colleges Association Championships on Saturday.

She came away with the gold medal in the 3000m steeplechase after finishing in 11mins 39.73secs.