THERE has been plenty of success for Deeside athletes.

Deeside AC members Aidan Angilletta (pictured above) and Emily Haggard-Kearney have both been making their mark.

Angilletta picked up a silver medal at the under 15 British age group combined events championships.

He was the first-placed Welsh athlete at the event and produced a long jump personal best of 5.83-metres.

Angilletta set a new personal best points total, taking him to second in the UK rankings.

Meanwhile, Haggard-Kearney recorded a comfortable win in the women’s race during the final round of the Borders League season, organised by UTS running club at Hoylake.

This confirmed a first overall league title for the racer, achieved with a perfect record of five wins over the course of the season.

Despite a win on the day for Buckley Runners, with a second place for UTS in the women’s division one, Deeside AC were not to be denied their first ever League title.

In the men’s division two, West Cheshire got the better of Deeside on the day, but it was the latter who became division champions.