Issy Walkey – (Joint) U17W 200m
Yunice Chang – U15 High Jump
Evie Moir – U17 High Jump
Owen Garrett – U17 Shot (PB)
Joseph Sutherland – U13 Shot
Olivia Powell – U13 200m (PB)
Olivia Powell – U13 Long Jump
Joseph Sutherland – U13 200m (PB)
Finn Macleod – U15 High Jump (PB)
Lauren Ramsey – U13 200m (PB)
Owen Boon – U17 400m (PB)
Natasha Moyes – U17 200m
Henry Watson – U17 400m
Finn Moir – U13 High Jump (PB)
Owen Boon – U17 High Jump
Benjamin Kilgour – U17 200m (PB)
Isabel Hill – U17 200m
Annabel Gordon – U17 High Jump (=PB)
Finn Moir – U13 Shot (PB)
Jasmine Richards – U17 300m
7th Summer Richards – U15 200m
Lily Walkey – U15 200m (PB)
Jack Ramsey – U17 200m (PB)
9th Ruby-Mae Drennen – U17 200m

Ireland U20 team win gold at European Cross Country Championships!

Three Irish runners finished inside the top 10, with Yate runner, Seamus Robinson, coming in 26th, Shane Brosnan in 28th and Harry Colbert in 40th.

Ireland won the team competition by two points, with Great Britain and Northern Ireland in second place.


  • Adam Wilson – SILVER SM PARA 1500m
  • Steph Brooks – 12th SW PENTATHLON
Our junior athletes did the club proud once again at the South West Indoor Championships.
Plenty of athletes made the trip to Cardiff to compete across a variety of events, winning a total of 16 medals, along with some other great performances.
Well done everyone!
Olivia Powell U13 Shot
Olivia Powell U13 60mH
Parish Bailey U13 800m
Joseph Sutherland U13 60m
Issy Walkey U17 60m
Bode Scherer-Cowell U13 1500m
Sidney Davis U15 800m
Owen Boon U17 800m
Sam Harvey U13 800m
Lauren Ramsey U13 60m
Regan-Jack Williams U17 60m
Finn MacLeod U15 60m
Finn MacLeod U15 LJ
Harry Scherer-Cowell U15 800m
Parish Bailey U13 60m
Natasha Moyes U17 60m
Annabel Gordon U17 LJ
Annabel Gordon U17 800m
Harry Scherer-Cowell U15 60mH
Owen Boon U17 LJ
Sam Harvey U13 60m
Olivia Powell U13 60m
Charles Powell U13 60m
Charles Powell U13 60mH
Jasmine Richards U17 Shot
Zach James U15 800m
Zach James U15 LJ
Jack Ramsey U17 60m
9th Bode Scherer-Cowell U13 60m
12th (joint) Summer Richards U15 60m
13th Lily Walkey U15 60m


  • Excel Iwhiwhu
  • Edwin Iwhiwhu
  • Isabelle Walkey – 60m SILVER
  • Annabel Gordon – PENTATHLON BRONZE
  • Adam Brooks – HIGH JUMP GOLD
  • Jordon Iwhiwhu
  • Owen Garrett – SHOT PUT GOLD


  • Edward Wilson
  • Theodore Reeve
  • Samuel Brudney
  • Kirsty Treglown
  • Stephanie Brooks
  • Ben Wells
  • Katie Robbins
  • Grace Cardwell
  • Adam Brooks
  • Luke Ball
  • Ruby Donaldson
  • Lily Bailey
  • Liam Hillier
  • Sophie Hornung
  • Dafydd Pawlett


  • Mackenzie Ritson
  • Owen Garrett – U17 SP GOLD
Five Yate AC athletes travelled up to Sheffield to take part in the national U20/U17/U15 championships on February 10th & 11th, along with their coaches.
Although this is an open competition, athletes must have attained a high standard to enter, which means competing against the best in the country!
Our athletes put in some great performances and won three national championships medals! they are all in the top 10 so far this season in the UK rankings in their respective events and age groups!
Issy Walkey won Silver in the U17 60m sprint. She also ran a PB which now places her 3rd on this seasons UK rankings.
Owen Garret also won a silver medal in the U17 shot put. Owen is now 2nd on this seasons UK rankings.
Evie Moir won the bronze in the U17 high jump. She is currently at 8th on the UK rankings, with plenty more to come this season!
Ruby Donaldson finished in 7th position in the U17 high jump. Ruby jumped a PB in January that sees her at 7th on this seasons rankings.
Jordan Iwhiwhu was only a few cm of his PB in the U20 triple jump, gaining him a 7th place finish. Jordan is currently at 9th on the UK rankings.
In addition to the athletes, Graham and Debbie Brooks volunteered their services for the weekend as officials to support the championships. Graham did two triple jumps, a pole vault, shot, high jump and long jump over the two days. Deb helped out with spectator and coach registration and live Roster results.
Isaac Cory competed in the 400m and finished 2nd in his heat, which gained him a place in the semi-finals. (Watch the race here:
Steph Brooks competed in the 200m, running a superb PB and only missing out on a place in the semi-finals by 0.03s! (Watch the race here:
Dan Brooks ran in the 60m and finished 6th in his heat.
Luke Ball competed in the high jump and finished in =7th place.
Unfortunately Adam Brooks had to withdraw from the high jump due to injury.
Yate athletes had a great time representing their universities at the British University Indoor Championships in Sheffield at the end of February.
Stephanie Brooks (Cardiff Met) won a bronze medal in the 4x200m relay. She also came qualified for the semi-final in the 200m with a new PB, as well a gaining a PB in the 60m hurdles (going below 9seconds for the first time) and finished 13th in the heats in the long jump!
Luke Ball (Bath) won the bronze medal in the high jump with a seasons best performance of 2.06m.
Liam Hillier (Cardiff Met) finished 15th in the pole vault with a SB performance of 3.73m
Katie Robbins (AECC) qualified for the semi-finals in the 400m, where she finished in 10th place with a season best run of 57.48.
Kirsty Treglown (Cardiff Met) also qualified for the semi-finals, in the 60m, where she finished 31st overall.
Sophie Hornung (Cardiff Met) jumped a PB of 3.03m in the pole vault, finishing 12th overall.

Owen Boon competed in the England Athletics Combined Events Championships in Sheffield, taking part in an heptathlon over two days.

He was the youngest in the field and finished 17th out of 32 competitors.

Owen achieved an amazing 6 out of 7 PB’s in 60m, 60mH, Pole Vault, Shot Put and High Jump as well as the overall points total.


  • GOLD – Karen Jones – 35.49m


  • SILVER – Karen Jones – 13.12m

14. European Masters Athletics Championships Indoor – TORUŃ (POL), March 17 – 23, 2024 (

Results (

218 athletes entered from 29 different clubs.
192 athletes competed on the day making 334 performances of which Power of 10 have marked 205 as Personal bests.
Making this event possible were 6 Timekeepers, 7 Track Judges, 4 Start team, 2 Photo finish, 3 Registration, 1 Announcer and 5 Hurdle movers. Thank you everyone.
Thanks to Graham H for organising the event.
See photos from the day here from Graham B.