Mackenzie Pilkington broke two records. Picture: Tony Payne.

Mackenzie Pilkington smashed two championship records as Ryston Runners enjoyed success at the Norfolk County Championships.

His long jump of 5.05m and 200m time of 27.0secs were both county bests and he added a bronze in the 100m for good measure.

Robert MacQueen took silver in the 100m and the 200m, smashing his personal best in both. Charlie Wakefield won gold in the u13 boys 800m with Bailey Took taking bronze.

Wakefield, Pilkington, MacQueen and Joe McNulty then won the 4x100m relay, beating the existing club record.

Kit Howlett broke the long-standing u11 boys 600m championship record (1.49.3) as Ryston took a 1-2-3 with Harry Wakefield and Liam Clare taking silver and bronze. Howlett was second in the 60m and Bea Honeybone gained bronze in the u11 girls’ vortex.

Thea Howlett smashed her 800m best time, taking four seconds off it with 2.23.2 for bronze.

She also picked up gold in the u15 javelin. Hannah Brown won the u17 300m.

James O’Neill dominated the seniors 800m, setting a new club M35 record.

In the same race, Malcolm Tuff took the club’s M50 record with 2.14.4, knocking 3.5 seconds off the tine set by Peter Duhig in 2000.

Gareth Hunt, Dan Yellop and Robert Simmonds also won medals in their events.

The championships ended with Ryston’s 17 juniors taking 21 medals and almost one apiece for the senior participants.