WREXHAM racer Evan Williams was in top form at the Welsh Sprints in Cardiff.

A time of 11.64 seconds earned U17M sprinter Williams the 100m title as he pipped Winchester University’s Michael Nickells (11.65 seconds) and Swansea’s Dylan Morgan to top the rankings.

Williams then placed second in the 200m final with a season’s best time of 24.13 seconds, finishing as runner-up to Llanelli’s Harrison Wheeler (23.78 seconds).

Senior Wrexham athlete Ian Broadhurst set a new national record at the recent British Masters Championships in Birmingham.

A time of 47.66 seconds in the 300m hurdles earned Broadhurst the race honours and the British M65 record for the fastest time over the distance.

Further success followed as he triumphed in the 200m (27.13 seconds) and placed second in the 100m (13.41 seconds).

Club-mate Geoff Ward was third in the M65 discus (34.08 metres), with W40 athlete Amanda Cook taking double silver in the triple jump (9.48 metres) and 80m hurdles (1.58 seconds), and bronze in the long jump (4.70 metres).

Amanda Broadhurst was also among the medals in the W45 category with a third-place finish in the triple jump (9.16 metres).

Teenage all-rounder Lucy Jones claimed the 200m bronze at the Warrington Open, clocking 31.2 seconds in the U13G race.

Rhys Jones excelled in the U20M triple jump, where a distance of 12.91 metres yielded gold for the Wrexham man.

A team of Wrexham athletes placed sixth in the their latest Northern League Division Four West meeting in Preston.

Standout performers for the north Walians at the eight-team event included Neil Edwards, who took gold in the pole vault (3.0 metres) and shot put (10.19 metres) and third in the javelin (37.14 metres).

Ella Hunter was also a double medal winner, with bronze in the long jump (4.0 metres) and triple jump (8.98 metres).

Wrexham’s Ryan Davis was fastest at the latest Erddig Park Run, rounding the 5k course in 17:11 to place ahead of clubmates Daniel Weston (17:24) and Luke Northall (17:30) in second and third respectively.

There was a new PB for teenager Louis Lermite (seventh in 19:45), with fellow Wrexham runner Harvey Davis (21:47) and Buckley’s David Jones following on in 11th and 12th.

Wrexham duo Peter Hughes (22:10) and John Atkinson (22:16) were also among the top 20 finishers.

Buckley Runners’ Jez Brown was the man to catch at Wepre’s latest ParkRun, where he was first across the line in 19:05.

Deesider Matthew Anthony (20:09) was third ahead of clubmate Stephen Jolly (ninth in 21:43), with Buckley trio Karl Williams (22:45), Bernie Morris (23:14) and Jennifer Rambaldi (23:32) all among the top 20 finishers.

West Cheshire’s Joseph Morrison posted a new under 23 men’s 1500m personal best and club record of 4:01:46 for victory at the Trafford Open Meeting where George Hyde also hit a new under 20 men’s shot put personal best of 17.43m for success.

The Les Baldwin Memorial Games take centre stage in Wexham this weekend and get underway at 11am on Saturday.