WREXHAM AC members were in form at the Welsh Masters Championships in Brecon as they returned with a bumper haul of medals.

Amanda Cook led the way in the W40 category, clinching three golds in the 100m (13.87 seconds), 80m hurdles (12.74 seconds) and long jump (4.54m).

A further hat-trick followed for M45 athlete Steven Thomas-Spires in the triple jump (8.38m), javelin (25.36m) and long jump (4.20m).

M50 all-rounder Neil Davies bagged two first place finishes in the 100m hurdles (20.59 seconds) and 400m (1:06.32), with Ian Broadhurst following suit in the M60 300m hurdles (48.58 seconds) and 100m (13.36 seconds).

Geoff Ward took the M65 javelin honours (31.88m), Amanada Broadhurst triumphed in the W45 long jump (3.08m), Paul Brooks clinched the M70 shot put gold, with Ian Robinson placing first in the discus (29.86m).

The club’s U13 athletes also impressed at the latest UK youth Development League meeting in Warrington.

A time of 21.8 seconds earned Cameron Williams second place in the 150m sprint, before she took the long jump B honours with her leap of 3.60m.

Lily Davis topped the rankings in the same age group for the 75m B (10.96 seconds) and 150m B (21.8 seconds) events, while Lauren Hannaby was part of the triumphant 4x100m relay team who clocked 57.9 seconds.

Lucy Jones boosted Wrexham’s medal tally by leaping 3.76m for the long jump bronze.

U17 Wrexham duo Holy Pemberton and Sioned Cordiner were in action at the Schools International event in Swansea.

Cordiner earned a podium spot in the 3,000m steeplechase as she set a new PB of 5:11.69 to place third.

Pemberton placed fifth javelin with her best effort of 40.36m, before finishing sixth in the discus (31.0 metres)

A fine PB time of 48.56 seconds saw Liam McGivern edge to victory in the 400m race at the Trafford Grand Prix competition in Stretford.

McGivern pipped Newbury runner Harry Russell (48.64 seconds) to top spot, with Preston’s Jack Dee-Ingham (51.25 seconds) grabbing third.

Welsh international Laura Turley’s new personal bests in the 100m (12.3) and 200m (24.4) helped West Cheshire deliver an important home victory in the Northern League.

Turley’s performances were backed up by other individual winners Liz Renondeau, Lucia Pyne, Katie Clarke, Carol Parsons, Beth McMahon, Christina Broome, Emma Howe, Sophie Percival, Josh Ford, Joseph Morrison, Ewan Bradley, Jac Goodall, George Hyde, and Craig Smith.

Joel Gomes starred for Wrexham at the Snowdon Mountain Race, covering the 10-mile course in 1:20:19 to place 46th from a 650-strong field of experienced runners.

He was joined at the race by clubmates Charles Ashley (1:58:14) and Linda Jones (1:59:57), finishing 437th and 446th respectively.

A cohort of Buckley Runners members were also in action on the famous mountain range, with Chris Callaghan (1:27:38) first home in 101st place.

Following on were Andrew Peers (1:35:42), Stuart Thomas (1:37:01), Tim Hargreaves (1:40:51), Steve Toogood (1:42:38) and Bernie Morris (1:47:40).

The unaffiliated elite runner Andy Douglas took the race honours, crossing the line in 1:04:04 to comfortably beat second-placed Martin Dematteis 1:06:33.

Teenager John Atkinson was the first Wrexham runner home at Erddig ParkRun, clocking 21:12 to finish sixth and just ahead of teenage clubmate Harvey Davis (21:24).

Deeside’s Stephen Jolly (21:34) was fourth fastest at the Wepre ParkRun, where he was followed by Wrexham’s Mike Robbins (sixth in 22:05), Deestriders duo Stewart McElmeel (eighth in 23:09) and Stuart Vale (14th in 24:45), and Buckley’s Clair Atterbury (16th in 24:59).

The Gym Gallop Hill Race in Rhiwlas and the Dolgellau Five Mile race both get underway at 1pm on Saturday while the Helen Tipping 10k takes centre stage in Wrexham on Sunday (10am start).