WREXHAM athletes have made their mark on the international stage.

Thomas Walley and Liam McGivern, of Wrexham AAC, represented Wales at the Loughborough International.

Walley’s effort of 5.10 metres saw him finish third in the pole vault, while McGivern was part of the 4x400m relay team that clocked 3-16.38 for sixth.

A whole host of Wrexham vests were on show at the Northern Senior League fixture at Macclesfield.

Isabelle Collins (9.24m) was third in the shot put, Ellie Collins (27.81m) took second spot in the discus and Amanda Cook (4.45m) claimed fourth place in the long jump.

Neil Edwards was runner-up in the hammer (27.32m), discus (28.45m) and shot (9.56m), while he took third place in both the pole vault (2.70m) and 110m hurdles (23.30), while Glyn Wise (4.46m) was third in the long jump and fourth in the 400m hurdles (72.40).

Oliver Edwards bagged fourth place in the 400m (53.50) and Daniel Williams, who was fifth in the 100m (12.20), was a part of the second-placed 4x100m relay team. Nikitas Mesney (12.30) finished third in the B 100m and there were B victories for Neil Davies in the hammer (20.90m) and shot (8.33m).

In the U13/15 Youth Development League at Macclesfield, Bethan Roberts won the U13 girls’ 800m (2-46.7) and shot (6.06m), the latter with a personal best.

The personal best theme continued via Tegan Graham (18.18m), who won the javelin, and Darcey Jones, who impressed in the long jump (3.18m) and shot (5.30m).

Turning to the U15 girls’ section and Sophie Forgrave took victory in the shot (7.39m), alongside runner-up spots in the 800m (3-00.1) and hammer (21.85m), while Olivia Jones was third in the hammer (1.20m) and long jump (3.84m).

Annabelle Jones finished on top in the discus (25.22m) and javelin (30.56m), while there were B triumphs for Isabella Bennett in the shot (7.17m), discus (18.97m) and javelin (19.96m).

Spencer Jones won the U13 boys’ 800m (2-39.1), 75m hurdles (16.3) and javelin (29.45m), while Tomasi Fidow won the shot (9.24m) and supplied a personal best of 23.04m for victory in the B javelin.

Meanwhile, victories were plentiful for Amanda Broadhurst at the Somerset county championships, in Yeovil.

She won the W50 long jump (3.81m), triple jump (8.77m), shot (10.60m), javelin (25.96m) and 200m (32.68), while Ian Broadhurst was victorious in the M65 200m (27.84) and 300m hurdles (49.50).

A total of 27 members of Buckley Runners took part in the Chester half marathon, with a podium finish for Jack Bromley, who was third in 1-10.10.

He was closely followed by Josh Cullen (fourth in 1-11.28), while there were other great performances from Chris Myles (1-16.32), Liam Rogan (1-21.12), Anthony Davidson (1-23.48), Simon Mara (1-24.51), Simon Price (1-25.22), Gerard Coleman (1-25.43), Lee Jones (1-28.45) and Jen Rambaldi (1-30.39).

Other times: Jane Doughton 1-32.58; David Lyth 1-34.13; Eddie Davies 1-34.40; John Fauset 1-35.02; Joy Hunter 1-42.23; Tom Jones 1-43.59; Adam Williams 1-45.37; Amanda Mountford 1-48.53; Chris Hunt 1-49.32; Alison Williams 1-51.25; Jamie Lewis 1-58.46; Evelyn Aindow 1-59.27; Sian Meirion 1-59.57; Craig Hunter 2-05.23; Steve Bellis 2-09.30; Owen Whitley 2-10.15; Trudi Parry 2-34.04.

Wrexham AAC’s leading racer at Chester was Ryan Davis, who was ninth in 73.34.

Deestriders: James Bruce 1-20.29; Max Dowell 1-25.30 (pb); Alan Latham 1-30.34; Antony Woodall 1-32.29; Angela Deeley 1-34.34 (1st FV55); Matt Davies 1-34.34; Stewart McElmeel 1-34.49; Paul Lyth 1-39.24 (pb); Michelle Bowes 1-42.57; Jay Jennions 1-43.28; Graham Bryan 1-43.29 (pb); Grant McGowan 1-43.43 (pb); Ryan Johnson-Wilcock 1-44.57; Lisa Cooper 1-49.26; Trevor Tommy 1-52.01; Paul Lewtey 1-52.13; Steph Salusbury 1-53.04 (pb); Matt Wyatt 1-54.31; Neil Edwards 1-56.34; David Goodwin 1-59.57; Bridget Aldridge 2-00.16; Maria Evanson 2-03.47; Darren Low 2-05.35; Kevin Burns 2-06.57; Mark Harney 2-11.19; Justin Evans 2-13.57; Amanda Scotter 2-17.41 (pb); Liz Turner 2-18.55; Tracy Dyment 2-19.00; Claire Harper 2-19.06 (pb); Nikki Wilson 2-28.25; Bernice Matthews 2-33.23; Sarah Monteith 2-43.55.

Wrexham’s Ian James (pictured left) crossed the line in 3-08.51 for first place at the White Peak marathon, in Ashbourne.

Ten members of Buckley Runners took part in the Christleton 5k. David White finished in 17:03, ahead of David Brilley (17.24), Tracy Rogers (17.40), Jen Rambaldi (18.21), third FV45 Jane Doughton (20.17), David Woodley (21.00), Charlotte Harvey (22.22), third FV60 Margaret Ludden (22.23), Alison Williams (22.45) and Miranda Long (26.40).

Wrexham AAC’s leading racer was eighth-placed Ryan Davis (15.16), followed by Connor Rogers (10th in 15.22), James Roberts (69th in 16.43) and Mark Hughes (406th in 24.01).

Five Buckley Runners tackled the challenging Cader Idris mountain race. Jez Brown was first MV50 in 1-44.34, with Simon Edwards (1-56.50) claiming third spot in the same age category.

Ally Hughes (14th in 1-44.41) led the Wrexham AAC contingent while Deestrider Laura Wyatt took part in the Delamere Race for Life 10k, covering the hilly course in around an hour.

Clubmate Christine Cammillare completed her own 100 parkruns at Wepre, finishing as second lady in 25.50.

Wrexham’s Glyn Wise clocked 20.25 to finish in sixth place at the Northwich parkrun, while Mark Hughes (179th in 24.20) and Connor Rogers (180th in 24.21) competed in Cardiff.

Peter Hughes was the leading Wrexham racer at Erddig, finishing 19th in 24.38.

Not too far behind were Tony Forster (19th in 24.59) and Ian Grimshaw (21st in 25.07).

Deestriders’ four-fixture off road grand prix kicks off on Thursday, June 6 (7.30pm) in Shotton.

See www.deestridersrunningclub.net for more details and an entry form.