Epsom & Ewell Harriers enjoyed a successful Surrey Athletics Championships claiming 15 medals over a busy weekend in changeable conditions at Kingsmeadow.

Ashton McKay, who is currently ranked third in the UK, led the way with a fine performance to take the u15 80m hurdles victory in 11.92 seconds. Harriers other gold medallists were Sienna Kidd who leapt 4m 55 for u13 long jump victory, to add to her silver in the high jump (1m 35), and Aesha Ayimba-Golding who led a clean sweep in the u17 triple jump as she won with 10m 36 ahead of Lily Pearson (9m 84) and Emily Wilson (9m 58). Lily also recorded 2 mins 17.1 secs to claim silver in a high quality 800m.

Under 20 multi-event athlete Adam Coates had a rewarding weekend as he picked up 3 medals with silver in the 400m hurdles (58.54 secs), and bronzes in both the 400m (50.47 secs) and long jump (6m 18). Bethan Haddingham sprinted home in 28.74 secs for a super silver in the u13 girls 200m.

In the field, Laura Toth broke her own Club record as she heaved the hammer 27m 51 for bronze, while Josh Brown claimed silver in the u15 boys hammer (21m 53) and there were bronze medals for Sophie Cox in the u17 pole vault (2m 20) and Di Norman in the senior shot (11m 20).