From left: Georgia Ringham, Matthew Bailey, James Greenhalgh, Stuart Ross, Lucy Edwards, Cameron Ross, Hannah Greenhalgh, Paul Bailey, Ben Collison, Jack Pishorn, Adam Dewdney and John Greenhalgh.

West Norfolk AC had a great season opener to the Southern Athletics League season at St Ives, finishing fourth in the match.

James Greenhalgh and Matthew Bailey started the day with a inter-club battle in the 400m hurdles, both winning the A & B string races only a second apart.

Bailey also won the 110m hurdles comfortably.

Making her first appearance, Georgia Ringham did not disappoint, picking up vital points in the 200 and 400m and showing promise in the 100m.

Hannah Greenhalgh showed good form to dip under 30 seconds in the 200m for third place.

Lucy Edwards had a busy day, competing in the 100m, long jump, triple jump and shot putt.

Cameron Ross ran 13.8 seconds for third place in the 100m and came fourth in the 200m

Ben Collison was pleased with his two third place finishes, as was team manager Adam Dewdney, who competed in a full day of field events.

Jack Pishorn was third in the 100m in 13.8 seconds and put in some competitive performances in the field.