MEG Corker was on top form once again as she travelled to represent Cheshire on Saturday.

Warrington Athletics Club’s star hurdler was victorious in the junior girls’ 75m hurdles at the Mason Trophy Schools Inter-County match in Birmingham.

Corker’s winning time was 11.21secs and she was one of nine Warrington members to wear the county colours at the Alexander Stadium.

Also for the junior girls, Olivia Chamun’s personal-best throw of 26.76m was good enough for fourth place in the javelin.

Orla Gregory came fifth in the 1500m by clocking 4mins 50.86secs while Ellie-Ann Tuitt-Williams’ time of 28.32secs saw her finish 15th in the 200m.

The intermediate events saw Sophia Rowlinson come 17th in the long jump with a leap of 3.92m while there were four representatives in the boys’ events.

Jadon Allen was 10th in the 100m with a time of 11.84secs while over 200m, Theo Danquah’s 24.01-second run was good enough for 13th.

In the same race, Tom McKean set an electronic personal best of 24.63secs to finish 17th and Joel Birchall was 14th over 1500m as he clocked 4mins 21.11secs.

Meanwhile, four of the club’s over 55s athletes combined to win a team gold medal at the British Masters 5km road race championships on Sunday.

Steve Watmough led the team home as he was 21st overall, while his time of 17mins 2secs was just one second shy of winning an age group gold medal.

Colin Bishop was next to finish in 17mins 27secs and Dave Norman completed the counting runners as he clocked 18mins 18secs.

The trio’s combined time was enough to win the over 55s team event, with clubmate Steve Burthem completing the Warrington contingent as he came home in 19mins 53secs.

Warrington Guardian:

Left to right, Colin Bishop, Steve Watmough and Dave Norman