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Quartet picked for Cheshire's team

Quartet picked for Cheshire's team

Vale Royal Athletics Club's Michael Vennard in action during last weekend's under 20s men's 3,000m steeplechase final. Picture: PETER MILSOM PHOTOGRAPHY

Vennard ready for next test

Pyatt performs for Cheshire

Pyatt performs for Cheshire

ATHLETICS: Adrian's bronze

Adrian's bronze

Amy Hinchly improved her personal best over 1,500m at the British Miler’s Club Grand Prix at Manchester on Saturday, timing 4:29.15.

Hitting the mark

Three in the final

Three in the final

ATHLETICS: A marathon best

Gerrard is first for the county

Gerrard is first for the county

Katie Gerrard

Gerrard has shot at a second national title

Amelia Pettitt celebrated a personal best finish at the national cross county championships on Saturday, helping Vale Royal's junior women to team gold

Brilliant Brough is all smiles after a career-best finish at national event

Club's athletes aim to star on national stage

Club's athletes aim to star on national stage

Vale's Sheen shine

Vale's Sheen shine

Katie claims victory

Katie claims victory

Katie Brough in action for Great Britain at last month's SPAR European Cross Country Championships in Belgrade. Picture: MARK SHEARMAN

Next test for Katie

Tessa McCormick successfully defended her under 20s women's title at Saturday's Cheshire Cross Country Championships. Picture: IAN PARK

England calls for Vale Royal duo

Katie Brough will be back in Great Britain colours in Edinburgh next month. Picture: MARK SHEARMAN

Selectors call again for Katie

Katie Brough in action for GB in Belgrade. Picture: MARK SHEARMAN

Katie strikes team gold

Katie Brough in action for Vale Royal

Brough excited to be in GB line-up

Katie Brough

British selectors call on Brough

Doyle helps England

Pettitt's big win

Katie Brough, left, was pushed hard by Jackie Fairchild in the Manchester Area Cross Country League opener. Picture: Alison Hartopp

Katie leads the way for Vale Royal

ATHLETICS: Barnett stars for Vale at season opener

Golden double

ATHLETICS: Gold medals for Vale Royal duo

ATHLETICS: Perry takes title a second time

ATHLETICS: Webster leads the way at English Schools' Track and Field Championships

Cheshire team named for English schools championship

Cheshire team named for English schools championship

Trio wins gold at Mason Trophy meet

Trio wins gold at Mason Trophy meet

Katie Brough ran a personal best in Huelva last week

Brough shines in Spain

More than dozen gold medals for Mid Cheshire at county championships

More than dozen gold medals for Mid Cheshire at county championships

Mid Cheshire athletes to represent county

Mid Cheshire athletes to represent county

Katie Brough in action during last weekend's BUPA Great Manchester Run

Brough beats lifetime best on Vale Royal debut

Kate Spilsbury runs through the mud at Sunderland on Saturday. Picture: Adrian Royle

Team bronze for Vale Royal at nationals

Five gold medals for Mid Cheshire

Vale Royal Athletics Club's Jon Owen, left, and Matt Rowlinson during the under 15s boys' race on Saturday. Picture: Gill Owen

Medals success for Vale Royal

Thorn in pole position for league finale

Chris Perry finished first in the senior men's race at Saturday's Cheshire County AA Cross Country Championship.

Perry takes top cross country title

Vale Royal Athletics Club's Zack Bamber, right, placed second in the under 17s boys' race last year.

Club’s target is to match medals haul

Hinchly impresses at Sefton Park to record Vale Royal’s best finish of the day

Chris Perry led Vale Royal Athletics Club's senior men at Nottingham's Clumber Park.

Young runners help Vale Royal's seniors to shine

Josh Hinchly leads Vale Royal AC's challenge in the U13s boys race.

Success against region's best for Vale Royal AC

Grange School pupil Katie Gerrard missed out on a place in the inter girls' 1,500m final at Gateshead.

Mixed fortunes at schools' national championship

Richard Tranter was yet another double medal winner, in the mens triple and long jump

Double gold winning Tomlinson jumps his way into the record books

Jessica Parsons, second from left, and Katie Gerrard, third from left, have been invited to run for an England schools representative team.

Duo to answer England's call

From left, Cheshire's U15s girls' quartet of Harriet Knowles-Jones, Jessica Parsons, Katie Gerrard and Elizabeth Smith. Picture supplied.

Bronze medal for Vale Royal girls in Cheshire colours

Megan Huxley battled testing conditions to win the U17s girls' race at Forest Road in Warrington during last year's Cheshire County AA Cross Country Championship. Picture: Ian Park.

Megan leads Vale Royal AC challenge

UPDATED: Friday at the English Schools’ Championships

From left, Weaverham High School trio Jacob Williamson, Amy Howarth, both 14, and 16-year-old James Ayre.

Mid Cheshire pupils set for national stage

Stevie Stockton, 21, will compete over 5,000m in the European Athletics U23s Championships.

Stockton picked for European Championships

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