MEG Corker continued her fine form while representing Cheshire in Middlesbrough on Sunday.

The hurdler was one of eight Warrington Athletics Club members picked for the Northern Inter County Championships for under 15s and under 17s athletes and shone over three races.

After winning the under 15s 75m hurdles race in 11.21secs and finishing fourth in the 100 metres, Corker formed part of the Cheshire team that came home second in the 4x100m relay in 51.01secs.

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Meg Corker on her way to victory in the 75m hurdles

Another top Warrington performer was Jess Connolly, who smashed her personal best 3,000m time by almost 30 seconds as she clocked 10mins 47.83secs to finish second in the under 17s race.

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Jess Connolly

Natasha Watmough came 15th overall in the 100m but took nearly a full second off her personal best time by finishing in 14.72secs before helping her medley relay team to a fifth-place finish.

For the men’s events in the same age group, Jadon Allen came eighth over 100m in 11.76secs with clubmate Tom McKean finishing 11th in 12.26secs. The latter then came 12th in the long jump with a leap of 5.47m.

Both athletes then took part in the medley relay and helped the Cheshire team to victory in 3mins 44.36secs.

In the middle-distance races, Isaaq Ataullah was seventh over 1,500m while Joe Roberts came 11th in the 3,000m.

Olivia Chamun competed in two events in the under 15s age group, finishing in fifth in the javelin where she equalled her personal best throw of 27.42m and 11th in the shot.

Closer to home, an understrength Warrington team competed well at the second round of the Cheshire League on Saturday.

At senior level, Rebecca Hardy won the A 200m in 28.8secs while there were victories for Alice Clare and Charlotte Stokes in the C and D races respectively.

It was a Warrington clean sweep over 800m, with Lauren Ferris winning the A race while Rachel McQuillan took victory in the B race. Olivia Baker and Emma Pryor won the C and D races respectively.

David Cooper won the B 200m in the men’s events while Ryan Jones claimed the A hammer with a throw of 16.46m.

There were under 15s victories for Orla Gregory (A 1,500m), Eva Ferris (C 1,500m) and Olivia Chamun (javelin) while in the under 13s, Nia Wharton won the B 1,200m race and identical twins Sinead and Cara Gregory won the B and C 600m respectively.

Warrington’s only other winner was Zak Chamun, who threw 17.29m to win the under 13s boys’ discus.

There was plenty of success for the club’s masters athletes, with Colin Bishop winning the Morecambe 10k in 35mins 31secs – his fastest time over the distance since 2016.

Mervyn Ward returned from the Ashbourne half-marathon with an overs 60s British Masters Championships silver medal after finishing Sunday’s race in 1hour 34mins 25secs.

At the other end of the age spectrum, Evie Schofield, Alice Nicholson and Zak Chamun helped Cheshire beat Merseyside in their Minor Schools match at Victoria Park.

Schofield comfortably won the 70m hurdles and was also part of the winning 4x100m relay team, while Nicholson came third over 800m.

Chamun finished fourth in the javelin as Cheshire racked up a total score of 259 points to Merseyside’s 196.

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Evie Schofield