IN sweltering conditions, Warrington Athletics Club’s Caleb Adelani delivered the stand-out display during the latest Youth Development League meeting.

The 12-year-old won all three of the events he took part in and soared to the top of the UK rankings for the under 13s 150m.

His superb time of 19.3secs is even more remarkable considering this was his first time racing over the distance.

For good measure, he also won the 75m A race in 9.8secs and the A shot put with a throw of 6.75m.

Also competing in the under 13s boys’ events was Thomas Darbyshire, who was third in the B 150m in 22.3secs and fourth in the A long jump (3.58m), and Dylan Langley, who came fifth in the A 800m in 2mins 57.0secs.

For the girls, the 75m races saw Abigail Adelani finish fifth in the A race in 11.2secs while Isabella Fitton came third in the B race in 11.9secs. Lila Fitton’s time of 12.2secs saw her come second in a non-scoring race.

Abigail also came second in the B 150m race in 23.2secs after Ellie Barker finished in the same position in the A run, clocking 21.6secs.

Cara Gregory was third in the A 800m and over the same distance, Sarah Ashcroft was also third in the B race and Emily Kinsey came second in a non-scoring race.

Over 1,200m, Sinead Gregory paced her A race perfectly to win in 4mins 19.5secs while Ellie Barker won the B race in 4mins 25.4secs.

The long jump saw Ellie Barker (2nd A, 3.56m) and Sarah Ashcroft (2nd B, 3.27m) while the latter also competed in the shot put (1st B, 3.53m) alongside Sinead Gregory (4th A, 3.93m).

Abigail Adelani threw 8.31m to finish third in the A javelin while the B event was won by Cara Gregory, who threw 7.54m.

Ellie Barker, Sinead Gregory, Emily Kinsey and Abigail Adelani then teamed up for the 4x100m relay, finishing fifth in 64.2secs.

The under 15s age group saw Lewis Shaw pick up two victories and a second place.

He won the A 100m in 13.0secs and the A 80m hurdles in 12.0secs before finishing as runner-up in the A long jump with a leap of 4.29m.

Jacob Pryor and Rory Gregory were in action over longer distances, with the former coming fifth in the A 300m in 48.7secs and the latter finishing third in the B race, clocking 49.0secs.

The same two boys also ran over 800m, with Rory taking fifth in the A race in 2mins 27.3secs while Jacob was third in the B race, clocking 2mins 31.3secs.

Zak Chamun and Edward Chaplin covered the throwing events for the boys, with Zak third in the A shot put after throwing 7.13m while Edward won the B event with 6.27m.

The pair both picked up wins in the discus, with Zak winning the A (22.25m) and Edward the B (19.16m) while the latter also won the B javelin (23.78m). Zak was second in the A javelin (28.09m).

The 4x100m relay team of Rory Gregory, Zak Chamun, Jacob Pryor and Lewis Shaw were sadly unable to finish their race after Jacob pulled up with an injury.

For the girls, Alice Nicholson was a comfortable winner of the A 800m, stopping the clock at 2mins 30.9secs, while Imogen Wharton did the same over 1,500m in a time of 5mins 17.9secs.

Daisy Collinge was fifth in the A 100m in 14.8secs while Hannah Hull was also fifth in the B race in 14.5secs.

Efa Reese came home fifth over 200m in the A race in 32.8secs with Pia Mittag fourth in the B race after clocking 31.4secs.

Pia also took fourth in the A long jump (3.11m) with Daisy Collinge third in the B event (2.98m) and fourth in the A discus (10.51m).

The team of Efa Rees, Daisy Collinge, Pia Mittag and Hannah Hull then combined to finish fifth in the 4x100m relay.