ATHLETICS: James Greenhalgh knocked a big chunk off his own u20 club record in the 60m hurdles as West Norfolk AC hosted the Keith Ward memorial Indoor Athletics match, jointly run alongside the Norfolk Indoor County Championships.
His winning 8.4 seconds was a performance ranked within the top 10 in the UK and a Norfolk County Championship record.
Greenhalgh went on to win the long jump and came second in the 60m flat race.
They were two of many medals won by the host club, as well as a string of personal best performances and high-quality showings across the board.
Another athlete to break a club record was Rachel Chapman, also in the 60m hurdles (u15), winning her heat and the final (9.7secs).
U15 athlete Alfie Williams equalled his own club record in the hurdles, winning in 9.9 and going on to win two more golds in the high jump (1.50m) and shot (10.93).
Haydn Buffham won the u17M 60m hurdles, running over this height for the first time (9.4) and finishing second in the long jump (5.18).
Matthew Bailey put in another fine performance and won both the 60m flat (7.4) and 60m hurdles (8.9) for senior men.
Emma Dewdney, competing as u20 for the first time, will be well-pleased with her first outing over the increased hurdles height for second place in 11.7.
U15B Joseph Williams won silver in the 60m, running 8.3 in the final, but was two-tenths faster in the heat.
He went one better in the long jump with gold, jumping 4.77.
Charlie Williams won gold in the shot (9.74).
Luke Batterham won silver in the high jump (1.50).
Veteran athlete Adam Dewdney won a county silver for the 60m sprint (8.9) and David Hardingham went one better with a fine gold (8.7) in the same age category.
Lee Tunmore jumped 1.35m in the high jump, where he was just pipped by Neil Watson (1.40).
U11 athlete Betty Schwarz came third in the long jump.
George Davies ran 10.1 in the sprint for a county bronze.
Thomas O’Neill jumped 3.03 in the long jump for another bronze.
U20 woman Michaela Raine won bronze in the 60m sprint in a time of 8.4.
Hannah Greenhalgh won silver in the triple jump (9.10).
There was a fantastic double performance by the Edwards sisters.
Lucy won gold in the triple jump (10.07) and long jump (4.79), both indoor club records and personal bests.
Lily Edwards (T20) threw an indoor shot best of 3.59 and a long jump indoor best of 2.09, both winning overall bronze against all abilities.
Lucy Koenigsberger won the u17 shot with ease (10.66, a new club record) and Harry Knight will be pleased with his shot personal best (11.58), another club record.
Zara Koenigberger won silver in the shot (u20) throwing 6.98m.
Mason Higby, moving up an age group and weight, threw a fine 9.65m for second place in the shot.
Lewis Ely, who trains with West Norfolk, jumped 1.90 to win the high jump for senior men.