The first day of the Hertfordshire County Championships took place in superb weather at Bedford while day 2 was cloudy and wet in the afternoon. U20 Jessica Astill ran another PB in the final of the 400m and the 55.02 run broke the Championship Best Performance which had stood for 28 years. Club members claimed 17 wins, 11 silver and 7 bronze medals in the Hertfordshire Championship, 2 gold and a bronze in the Bedfordshire Champs and a gold in the Nottinghamshire Championships. In the Hertfordshire Championships there were double wins for U15 Horatio De-Voytt in the 200m and triple jump – 26.68 and 9m71, U17 Lucy Baverstock 80H and pole vault – 13.32 and 2m60 and U20 Jamie Joseph 100 and 200m 11.75 and 24.24 Ed Laws – 400m and 400H – 51.65 and 56.42. Individual wins came from U13 Edythe Oughton 70H – 12.94, U15 Grace Hart 800m – 2.36.26, Callum Brown 100m – 12.9, Harrison Lund HJ – 1m45, U17 Rebecca Scott LJ – 4m34, Bobby Pitman DT – 38m54, U20 Tyler Wannerton 5000m – 19.26.74 and Master’s Athlete Tim Saunders Mullins HT – 25m17. In the Bedfordshire Championships U15 Georgia Sutcliffe won the 300m – 44.04 and U17 Annabel Howells the 400m – 60.1. Senior Libby Taylor won the Nottinghamshire hammer competition with a throw of 49m55. Also competing were U13 Jenson Norris, Oliver Rose, Casey Wannerton, Casey Wyatt and Jack Fowler, U15 Lauren Griffin, Esme Searle, Abigail Tongue, Lily Cotter, Enid Whitten, Patrick Lund, Aubrey Murray, U17 Akousa Burgyei-Kyiv, Abigail Manson, Imogen Rose, Jamie Timms and Senior Adam Searle.