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Our full coaching sessions are held on Tuesday and Thursday evenings at the Tupton Sports College.
Our sessions are for 9 year olds and upwards.

Each session commences at 6:45pm, finishes at 8:15pm and costs £2.00.

An additional session is held on a Saturday morning for our Academy, 10.30-12.

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Fixtures 2011



Start Time

11th December Mini Sportshall League - Queens Park Sports Centre 1.30pm
17th December Mini League Cross Country - Tupton Hall School 11am
7th January County Cross Country Championships - Nottingham 11am
8th January Mini Sportshall League - Queens Park Sports Centre 1.30pm
14th January North Mids Cross Country League - Nottingham 1pm
12th February Mini Sportshall League - Queens Park Sports Centre 1.30pm
22nd April Youth Development League - Lower - TBC  
30th April Youth Development League - Upper - TBC  
6th May Northern League - TBC  
20th May Youth Development League - Lower - TBC  
28th May Youth Development League - Upper - TBC  
4th June Northern League - TBC  
18th June Youth Development League - Lower - TBC  
25th June Youth Development League - Upper - TBC  
9th July Northern League - TBC  
15th July Youth Development League - Lower - TBC  
23rd July Youth Development League - Upper - TBC  
5th August Northern League - TBC  

Membership Renewals

Annual membership renewals are now overdue. The new UKA Rules for Competition which came into effect on 1 April mean that if your registration is not up to date you will be unable to compete in club competitions. England Athletics have worked with UK to provide guidance regarding the important changes relating to compulsory athlete registration in competitions held under UKA Rules.

With regards to athlete registration it is important athletes (and parents of younger athletes) take responsibility for their role in ensuring their club registration is up to date. Further information for athletes is available at Our membership renewal form can be found in the 'Membership' tab of this website, alternatively they are available at training.


Club News and Athlete Success


Joe Currie took his third win in this winter's North Mids Cross Country League by leading the u13 boys field home 12 seconds clear. With 1 match to go, at Wollaton Park on the 14th Jan, Joe is leading the individual standings. Our u17 mens team finished first on the day and also currently lead the team standings; their top finisher on the day was Alex Kirkland in 5th with Elliott Meylam in 8th & Sam Allen 11th making up the team's score. Dan Brown finished 6th in the u15 boys race and led our team to second place with Ewan Spencer in 8th & Oscar Cousins 13th. Louise Cocking's good form continues with an 8th placed finish in the u15 girls race. Full results can be found at (4/12/16)


We're still waiting for confirmation of some of the venues but we have posted the dates for the Youth Development and Northern League matches. (4/12/16)


The last match of the year (there are still 2 in the new year) is on Sunday 11th December. All athletes in the u11, 13 & 15 age groups are invited, please report to Angie Fellows in the cafe area of Queens Park Sports Centre by 1pm to collect your numbers and choose your events. This is your last chance to post a performance to be considered for County selection for the regional Sportshall finals. The first events are at 1.30 and the competition ends at around 4 o'clock. (3/12/16)


Louise Cocking took the win in the u15 girls race at Rutland Sports Park, Ilkeston on Saturday 26 November. Louise took the tape three seconds ahead of her nearest rival and with Abbie Darnell in 3rd & Faith Clark in 8th the girls took first team, Rebecca Hattersley was 8th in this race. In the u13 boys race Finlay Grant was runner up on the day & led the team to second with Isaac Helps in 5th and Keyon Greveson 6th, Harry Cocking was 12th in this race. Our top finisher in the u13 girls was Jasmin Greveson in 4th, Leonie Cragg was 13th, with Lucy Graham 6th in the u11 girls race being our top scorer with Masie Helps in 18th. In the u11 boys Daniel Bennett was 17th. The last race of the day was arguably our greatest performance with Will Tighe leading home Dan Brown & Sam Allen for a clean sweep of the top 3 positions meaning a comfortable team win, however, in 4th was Ewan Spencer followed by Tom Spencer with Oscar Cousins two places back in 7th. The u15 boys just kept rolling in; Michael Brown 9th, Mikey Broomhead 12th, Harry Mustapha 13th & Zac Green 18th. We're sure that all the athletes must be looking forward to the last match at Tupton on 17th December & then the County Champs in January. (29/11/16)


Joe Currie travelled to Sefton Park on the 26th November for the second stage of the annual British Athletics Cross Country Challenge. Joe stuck with the pack throughout the race but was pipped for the win by 6 seconds finishing in 2nd place in the same time as the athlete in third. (28/11/16)


During the festive period Tupton Hall school is closed so we are unable to train. This means that our last session before Christmas will be on Tuesday 20th December, we will return to training on Tuesday 3rd January. Some coaches will run sessions at other venues, please speak to your usual coach to see if they have any plans. (24/11/16)


It was the 3rd Sportshall Match on Sunday 20th and although the number of athletes attending is still not as high as we would like, once again the team that turned out did not disappoint. We had a number of people in the top 3 spots – in the u13's Hannah Moody was 3rd in the 2 lap and again in the 8 lap parlauf with Jasmin Greveson, Lily Moulton was 2nd in the vertical high jump and Layla Brough and Nathan Whyatt were both 1st in the shot put, Nathan Gavaghan and Isaac Helps were 2nd in the 8 lap parlauf. In the u15's Hannah Whyatt was 2nd in the 2 lap and 1st in the shot put, with Felicity Stokes taking 3rd in the shot. Oliver Dakin was 2nd in the 2 lap and 4 lap and 3rd in the standing triple jump. Lauren Wheelwright was 3rd in the 4 lap and worth noting that Aoife Thompson was a very close 4th only 0.1 seconds behind 3rd place. Although no top 3 performances from our u11s there were some good solid performances from all of them. We won’t mention names, but we also had 2 people take falls during their running events and their performance in getting straight back up again and trying to make up the lost ground was impressive! Well done to everyone who turned out on the day. Full results can be found at (21/11/16)


The club enjoyed a fruitful trip to Kettering on the 12th November with a number of excellent performances. Alex Ediker won the u17 men’s race and with Elliott Meylan in 5th & Alex Kirkland in 6th the team also won. Other u17’s competing on the day were Dylan George in 7th, Sam Allen 13th and Jacob Buckley in 16th, if B teams were allowed they would have been the fourth best team. Joe Currie took the u13 boys race again and led the team home to second place on the day ably supported by Finlay Grant in 11th & Harry Cocking 27th. The u15 boys team finished second led home by Dan Brown in 2nd place with Ewan & Tom Spencer in 7th and 8th respectively, Oscar Cousins finished in 12th position. Our u15 girls finished in 4th position with Louise Cocking in 6th, Abbie Darnell 14th and Rebecca Hattersley 30th. (16/11/16) 


The club had two u17 mens teams in action at Berry Hill Park, Mansfield on 5th Novermber. Our A team of Alex Ediker, Alex Kirkland and Elliott Meylan came 26th out of the 72 finishing teams with the B team, which comprised of Sam Allen, Jacob Buckley & Jacob Cousins, finishing in 51st place. (6/11/16)


The club has been trialing extra Academy sessions, for beginners/young athletes from 9 years old and upwards, on a Saturday morning at Tupton Hall School from 10.30 until 12 o'clock. Due to their success the sessions will now continue in the new year. Sessions are every Saturday until 17th December when the facilities close for Christmas and they will begin again from Saturday 7th Jan. All current Academy athletes are invited as are new/potential members. Other groups may be in attendance, please check with your usual coach. (6/11/16)


Lyz Evans has organised a run from the Robin Hood car park, just off the A619 above Baslow, on Saturday 24th December. Those interested are asked to meet at 9.30 for a 9.45 start. Further details, including a flyer, can be gained from Lyz at training or Ian Menzies. (6/11/16)


The Northern Champs for u17's, 20s' & seniors will take place at the EIS, Sheffield on the 14/15th January 2017 with the u13/15's on Sunday 5th Feb. Further details of both Championships can be found at; In addition to the Championships a number of evening open meetings are being held at the EIS; There are also open meetings being held at Sportcity, Manchester by Sale Harriers. Dates and details can be found at (4/11/16)


Our 2016 awards ceremony will take place on Friday 3rd February 2017 at the Proact Stadium, home of Chesterfield FC. Further details will follow. (4/11/16)


The 2017 Derbyshire Athletics cross country Champs will be held at Wollaton Park in Nottingham on Saturday 7th January. Forms are available at training from Ian Menzies or on the county website; Please note that the closing date is the 9th December 2016 (1/11/16)


The first of this years county cross country league matches was held in Buxton on 29th October and saw Will Tighe take the u15 boys race and lead our team to first place together with Dan Brown who was 3rd and Sam Allen in 6th. Joe Curie dominated the u13 boys race, winning by 17 seconds, and with Isaac Helps (5th) & Keyon Greveson (6th) the team finished second. Our u15 girls team of Louise Cocking in third, Abbie Darnell sixth and Lily Barnes in 8th won the team event. Well done to everyone who made the longest journey of the 3 match series, full results will be published on the County website. (30/10/16)


For those of you planning to do your shopping online for the festive season why not do so through our online shop and raise cash for the club. Signing up is quick and easy, just follow the link; (30/10/16)


A much better turnout was achieved at yesterday's match, with an increase from 29 athletes in the first match to 38 this time, which saw us score an extra 93 points compared to the first match. We finished in 3rd place again, but this time only 4.5 points behind High Peak. In the first match we were 128 points behind.

It was a great competition with a fun atmosphere and it was really pleasing to see some of our newer athletes competing for the first time. You were all fantastic and there were a number of winners with some new league records set! Thomas Bettney won the u11 Speed Bounce, Hannah Moody the u13 Two Lap and in the u13 Shot events there were wins for Rhianna Keighley & Nathan Whyatt. Congratulations to Nazhrah Simpson who set a 2 Lap record in the u15 girls event. Also in the u15 girls Hannah Whyatt triumphed in the Speed Bounce and in the Standing Long Jump there was a 4 way tie for first place which included Lauren Wheelwright & Hannah Whyatt.

There were further top 3 places for Missy Briddon in her first competition, Oliver Gratton, Luke Ambrosioni, Layla Brough, Harry Snell, Isaac Helps, Leo Ward and Peter Norris. Well done and thank you to all of you who competed on the day and for your continued support. (24/10/16)


Our very own Frank Gorman was awarded the prestigious Services to Athletics award at the annual England Athletics East Midland region ceremony held at the Quorn Hotel near Loughborough on Friday 21st October. Frank received this accolade not only for his work for the club over the last 30+ years as an official, team manager, coach, Chairman, Treasurer, Secretary and so many other jobs to numerous to mention but also his work in the old National Junior League as well as having been Chair of the Northern Athletics League. Frank has also officiated to national level and at UK hosted international meetings. Frank was also instrumental in the club this year receiving the Queens Award for volunteering so it is only fitting that he should gain recognition for his Services to Athletics. (23/10/16)


The first match of the season was held at Markeaton Park, Derby on the 15th October. In the u13 boys race Joe Currie romped to victory leading the team to 3rd place (Finlay Grant & Harry Cocking being the other scorers). In the u17 mens race Alex Ediker narrowly missed out on a win, however, his second place led us to a team win with the scores from Elliott Meylan in 9th & Alex Kirkland in 13th. The u15 boys team was second on the day with our scorers being Dan Brown (5th), Tom Spencer (10th) & Will Tighe (15th). Our u15 girls were 5th overall with the scorers being Louise Cocking, Abbie Darnell & Bronwyn Lessiter. (18/10/16)


Yesterday saw the first Sportshall Match for this season, it was a very disappointing turnout for the club with particularly small numbers in the under 11 age-groups (years 4, 5 and 6) and no competitors at all in the under 15 boys (years 9 and 10). We were around 80 points adrift from our performance in the first match from last season, with poor turnout being the biggest contributory factor. That said the athletes who competed did us proud with some great performances on the day, too many to mention all of them but here are those that placed in the top 3 – Under 11s Beau Moulton in the 2 Lap and Jacob Peers Wain in the Standing Triple Jump. Under 13s Hannah Moody in the 2 Lap, Luke Ambrosioni in the 2 Lap, Vertical High Jump and Standing Triple Jump, Nathan Gavaghan in the 6 Lap, Lily Moulton in the Vertical High Jump, Layla Brough in the Standing Triple Jump and Shot, Nathan Whyatt in the Shot and a very competitive second place for the Girls Relay. Under 15s Leah Proctor in Vertical High Jump and Hannah Whyatt in the Shot. Thank you to all parents and athletes that supported us, it was great to see you! (10/10/16)


The club is seeking Coaches, Coaching Assistants, Meeting Officials (particularly Timekeepers & Track Judges), Team Managers and assistants and a Club Development Officer. We could also do with people to join our training fees rota. With our AGM coming up on 28th November we have a number of available places on our committee (which meets every 6-8 weeks). Free training and support will be given to any volunteer. Please see Frank Gorman (Club Sec) or Jon Baker (Chairman) for an informal chat. (9/10/16)


Congratulations to Alicia Barrett who was named Young Sportswoman of the Year at the annual awards held at the Winding Wheel. The award acknowledges Alicia's achievements this season which include reaching the 100m hurdles final at the World Junior Championships and she became the second fastest UK u20 hurdler of all time.  In the same category Ella Barrett, who earned her first call up for the GB junior team this year, gained one of the two runner up (highly commended) spots. Oliver Dakin was highly commended in the Young Sportsman of the Year category in a year in which he has broken the Derbyshire 80m hurdles record and became the Northern champion, indoors and out. (6/10/16)


Congratluations to Cathy Booth who won the F37 javelin at the CP Games in Nottingham on the 24th September. This adds to Cathy's successes this year which include gold at the British University Champs in May, also in the F37 in the javelin. (1/10/16)


Held at Sportcity, Manchester on Sunday 25th September the Club saw an excellent 2nd place finish for our u15 boys team of Will Tighe, Dan Brown & Sam Allen with Will also being the 4th fastest athlete overall. Showing strength in depth in this age group our B team of Oscar Cousins, Tom Spencer & Mikey Broomhead finished 22nd. Joe Currie was the 2nd fastest athlete overall in the u13 boys race as he led our team to 7th along with Isaac Helps & Finlay Grant. There was not much to separate our two teams in the u17 mens race; the A team of Alex Ediker, Dylan George & Jacob Buckley were 13th with the B team of Alex Kirkland, Jacob Cousins & Elliott Meylan finising 15th. Abbie Darnell, Louise Cocking & Lily Barnes combined for 28th in the u15 girls race. (25/9/16)


At the English Schools multi event champs held in Exeter on 17/18th September Todd Webster finished an excellent 14th in the Inter Boys Octathlon, an improvement on his 29th placed finish in 2015. Todd’s score of 4440 points is a pb and Club record. (25/9/16)


The EA age group champs were held at Bedford on the 27/28th August and they saw Will Tighe take his first National medal with a Bronze in the u15 boys 1500m. Will qualified comfortably from his heat on the Saturday and returned Sunday to run 4:19.30 which secured him third place by 0.06 seconds. Other u15 boys in action were Josh Young who just missed out on a medal in the triple with 12.10m in 4th and Oliver Dakin who set a pb of 11.39 secs in his heat of the 80m hurdles before finishing 7th in the final. Lauren Hill took 6th in then u17 women's hammer with a best throw of 51.64m and Rebecca Wardle was 13th in the javelin with a distance of 31.86m. (29/8/16) 


Todd Webster contested his second ever Decathlon ay Bedford on the 20th/21st August and improved his best by over 400 points. On the first day Todd pb'd in his first 4 events; 100m, LJ, Shot & HJ to end up in 5th place overnight, however, he dropped back to 8th after the first event of day 2 which is where he finished after his 10 events. Todd's overall pb meant he gained the Silver medal in the Northern Championships. (23/8/16)


On her GB debut Ella Barrett finished 2nd in the 400m at the Manchester International on 17th August. Ella ran 55.59 secs against senior teams from England, Scotland, Wales & Northern Ireland. (23/8/16)


Forget the Olympic athletics the excitement was all in Middlesbrough for the Northern u13/15/17 Champs on the 13/14 August with our very own Super Saturday. The first gold medal of the weekend for the Club was won by Joe Currie in the u13 boys 800m where he tracked the leader throughout the race until unleashing his kick with 80m to go to take the race in a new Club record of 2:17.12. As Joe crossed the finish line Josh Young launched himself down the triple jump runway for his first round jump, he went out to 12.22m which was his longest jump of the competition and comfortably secured him the u15 boys gold. A third gold of Saturday was secured by Oliver Dakin in the u15 boys 80m hurdles in 11.44secs, a win by over half a second. On the Sunday it was Will Tighe’s turn to take centre stage, he took gold the u15 boys 1500m in 4:15.35 for a two second win over his rivals. Further medals were secured on the Saturday by Todd Webster with a bronze in the u17 men’s pole vault and Lauren Hill who had kicked things off in the morning with bronze in the u17 women’s hammer. It was a busy Saturday for Joe, Ollie and Todd with Joe finishing 4th in the 200m, Ollie was 3rd in his heats of both the 100m & 200m and Todd finished 4th in the high jump. On the Sunday Natasha Hill took 5th in the u15 girls hammer with a huge pb & Lauren Hill returned in the javelin for 4th place. (15/8/16)


At the British Masters Championships held in Birmingham on 30/31 July Mark Beer took the m35 Decathlon title with a points score of 5458. This adds to Mark's national accolades this year as in June he took the Police Sport UK high jump, pole vault and javelin. (4/8/16)


At the World Juniors, which were held in Poland between the 19th and 24th July, Alicia Barrett broke her pb twice to reach the final of the 100m Hurdles. In the final she smashed her pb again with time of 13.15secs which saw her finish 6th and takes her to second on the UK all time list for the event as an Under 20, an age group in which Alicia has another year to go. (30/7/16).


Alicia Barrett led the way at the ESAA Championships, held at Gateshead Stadium on 8/9th July, with the Gold medal in the Senior Girls 100m Hurdles. Battling a head wind Alicia comfortably took the win in 13.67 secs and now heads to the World Junior Championships in Poland which start on the 19th July. Twin sister Ella battled to the Silver medal position in the 400m in 55.58 secs. In the Junior Boys events Oliver Dakin just missed out on a medal with 4th position in the 80m Hurdles with a time of 11.69 secs. Will Tighe took 9th in the 1500m final, having set a pb of 4:13.51 in his heat where he had qualified automatically in 4th, and Josh Young also took 9th in the Triple Jump with a best distance of 11.77m. The Intermediate Girls saw Lauren Hill set a pb of 55.74m in the Hammer with Emma Botham finishing in 6th in the Discus with 36.19m. (9/7/16)


The Derbyshire Schools Championships were held at Moorways Stadium Derby on 11th June with a number of records set by the Club's athletes. In the Junior boys events Oliver Dakin set a new record of 11.75secs in the 80m Hurdles, Will Tighe easily won the 1500m, Josh Young led the way in the triple jump & Will Prime took a bronze in the 100m. Chloe Wild set a new record in the Junior girls pole vault with 2.30m and in the same age group Natasha Hill won the hammer, Lydia Creswell took silver in the 75m Hurdles, Mollie Stanley silver in the shot, Alicia Rutherford gained a silver in the high jump where Eloise Jones won bronze, Aoife Thompson clinched the bronze in the 200m with Abbie Darnell doing likewise in the 1500m. Lauren Hill set a new hammer record of 53.56 in the Inter girls event. Other medallists in the Inter girls were Aimee Fellows winning the shot, Rebecca Wardle doing likewise in the pole vault, Amy Botham & Charlotte Hickin took a 1-2 in the high jump with silvers also achieved by Nuala Kendellen in the 80m Hurdles and Erin Russell in the 100m. Joe Walker equalled the 100m record in the Inter boys event. Elsewhere in the Inter boys Joe Hallas won the 3000m as did Jude Shirley in the hammer and Aaron Jones in the discus where Jak Smith took bronze, Todd Webster and Joe Houghton were 1-2 in the pole vault, Alex Ediker gained a silver in the 1500m and Jacob Buckley took bronze in the 800m. Rebecca Conway set a championship record of 2.90m in the Senior girls pole vault and in the Senior boys events Connor McQuade won the 400m and Joe Briggs took silver in the 800m. In other County's Schools events Dylan George took silver in the Intermediate boys 3000m in Nottingham with Sam Allen gaining the bronze in the 800m at the Staffordshire champs. (updated 17/6/16)


Three of the Club's athletes travelled to Sportcity, Manchester for the Northern u20/senior Championships on 11/12th June and all came away with medals. Ella Barrett secured two Golds by winning the u20w 400m on day 1 in a pb of 55.37secs and then returned on day 2 to take the 200m in 24.35secs. Alicia also won two medals with a Gold in the u20w 100m in a pb of 11.98secs before stepping up an age group to compete against Olympic Gold medallist Jessica Ennis-Hill in the senior 100m Hurdles. Alicia was beaten by Jess, however, she ran a pb of 13.84secs for the Silver medal. Vicky Price competed in the senior women's Pole Vault securing the Bronze medal with a best height of 2.80m. (13/6/16)


The Club has received the Queen's Award for Voluntary Service, which is the highest award given to volunteer groups across the UK for outstanding work done in their local communities for the benefit of others. The annual Award – the equivalent of an MBE – was created by Her Majesty in 2002 to celebrate the Golden Jubilee of her Coronation. Derbyshire only awards two per year, and we are the first athletics club to receive one. The Club, nominated by Chris Cohen CBE (with supporting letters from Don Spencer and Barry Parker), was able to demonstrate that it had 30 volunteers undertaking over 50 roles between them; some of whom had been involved for over 37 years since the Club's formation in 1978. (2/6/16)


This years Derbyshire County Champs, held at the Harvey Hadden Sports Complex Nottingham on 14/15th May, saw a number of impressive medal performances. Arguably the performances of the weekend came in the u17 women's category with Emma Botham taking Gold & setting Championship Best Performances (CBP) in both the Discus & Shot, both were pb's. In the same age group Amy Botham won the High Jump and took Silver in the Triple, Rebecca Wardle won the Pole Vault as well as a Bronze in the Javelin where Lauren Hill took the Silver. Lauren went better in the Hammer where she broke the CBP and then stepped up to the u20 age group and broke the CBP in the Hammer there too. Further u20 Golds were won by Rebecca Conway in the Pole Vault where she equaled the CBP and Ella Barrett in both the 200m & 400m events, the former in a CBP. Nathan Whyatt took Gold in both the u13 boys Shot & Javelin, with Joseph Currie winning the 800m, Nathan Gavaghan taking Gold in the 75m Hurdles as well as Silver in the 200m and Bronze in the 100m where Luke Ambrosioni won the Gold in addition to his win in the High Jump and Silver in the Long Jump. Also in the Long Jump was Will Foot who took Bronze before stepping up to the u15's to take Pole Vault Gold. Golds were the order of the day in the u15's with Oliver Dakin taking four in the 100m, 200m, 300m & 80m Hurdles, the latter of which was a CBP. Will Prime took the Silver in the 100m. Will Tighe then won both the 800m & 1500m with Josh Young winning the Triple Jump. In the u13 girls Layla Brough took double Gold in the Javelin & Shot with Hannah Moody winning a brace of medals (Silver in the 200m & Bronze in the 100m). In the u15 girls Natasha Hill threw a huge pb in the Hammer for Silver.  Vicky Price set a new CBP in the senior women's pole vault in taking the Gold. In the u17 mens category there were another four Golds for Joe Walker in the 100m where he broke 11 seconds for the first time in a CBP, the 200m, Long Jump & Shot. Joseph Hallas convicingly won the 3000m then took a Silver in the 1500m. Also in the 3000m was Elliott Meylan who plundered a Silver and in the Nottinghamshire event Dylan George who took Bronze. Todd Webster took a further 4 Golds in the 400m, Discus, Javelin and Pole Vault as well as Silver in the High Jump and 100m Hurdles. Taking Silver in the u17 mens Pole Vault was Joe Houghton with Aaron Jones winning Bronze in the Discus.In the u20 men Connor McQuade took 400m Silver in a pb with Dan Cresswell taking Bronze, also in a pb, in the 1500m. In the senior mens events Chris Price took Gold in the Pole Vault with Bob Sims the Silver in the Shot. Bob also competed in the M50's events taking Gold in the Hammer and in the Discus in which he set a CBP. (17/5/16)


Congratulations to Mark Beer who took the Bronze medal in the Men’s over 35 Pentathlon at the European Masters Indoor Championships on 30th March. Mark scored 3292 points and his 1.93m high jump puts him at the top of the M35 UK rankings. (14/4/16)


At the games in Samoa which were held from the 7th to the 9th September Ella Barrett competed in the 200m where she finished 5th in a high quality field with 24.07 secs which was only just outside her pb. Her sister, Alicia, had qualified fastest for the 100 hurdles final but unfortunately hit a hurdle and failed to finish. (16/9/15)


Congratulations to Cathy Booth who took a silver medal at the Cerebral Palsy Sport World Games which were held in Nottingham on the 6th-16th August 2015. Competing in the F37 Javelin Cathy threw 14.46m which is just short of her pb of 14.90m which she set earlier in 2015. (16/9/15)



Having set a UK U18's record in the 100m hurdles of 13.40secs in her semi final Alicia went on to finish 6th in the final with a time of 13.52secs. (17/7/15)