A MAGNIFICENT seven Wrexham AAC members are North Wales champions.

There was so much success for the club at the North Wales indoor championships, which was staged at Deeside.

Double joy went the way of Isobel Gunn, who triumphed in the under 17 women's 60-metre hurdles - with a personal best of 9.34 - and the triple jump (10.20m).

Leaping to complete a club double in the under 17 women's section was Poppy Bostock, who jumped 4.35 metres for top spot in the long jump.

Thomas Walley managed to clear five metres to win the senior men's pole vault and there was also success for Jake McGlynn, who triumphed in the under 11 boys' shot putt (4.87m).

He was also runner-up in the 60-metres.

Adding to the club's list of North Wales champions was Nik Mesney, who was first in the M35 60-metres (7.55), while Martin Tucker was successful in the M50 shot putt (10.09m) and the M70 shot putt title was claimed by Paul Brooks (7.89m).

Elsewhere, a personal best of 7.30 saw Oliver Edwards finish as runner-up in the senior men's 60-metres and there was also a pb from Evan McGlynn, clocking 8.93 for fourth in the under 13 boys' 60-metres.

Eight Wrexham racers were muddy marvels at the North Wales junior cross-country league meeting in Colwyn Bay.

There was a fine second placed finish for Ella Davis (11.46) in the under 15 girls' race, with Evie Hughes (11.29) crossing the line 11th in the under 13 girls' event.

She was followed by Sophie Forgrave (12th in 11.32) and Annabelle Jones (15th in 12.34).

Meanwhile, a personal best of 10.06 saw Spencer Jones finish second in the under 11 boys' contest, followed by Rhys Jones (16th in 12.54).

Turning to the under 11 girls' category and Bethan Roberts was fifth in 7.13 and a time of 8.25 saw Grace Hughes in 11th.

Trophy triumphs went the way of Gareth Chaloner and Deb Pugh at the North Wales 10-mile road championships in Rhyl.

Chaloner, 15th overall in 63.19, was the second M40 in the North Wales championships and the winner of the Wrexham AAC Allan Lock Rosebowl Trophy for first male club member.

The Elaine Williams Trophy for the first lady club member was again won by Deb Pugh (80.06), 109th overall and the second W55 in the North Wales championships.

Richard Westwood was 49th in 71.28 and Gwyn Roberts' time of 71.29 saw him 50th overall and the third M50 in the North Wales championships.

At the Ruthin 10k road race, Ian Mawdesley was a fine fifth in 42.28, followed by Karl Moore, 44th in 54.31.

Fifth place was Evie Hughes' reward at the Alyn Waters junior parkrun with her time of 9.31, with Grace Hughes (10.14) in seventh.