William a conqueror at North of England Championships

William Hughes won two North of England titles.
William Hughes won two North of England titles.
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Two members of the city-based Nene Valley Harriers club were double gold medal winners at the big North of England Championships in Middlesbrough.

Hannah Molyneaux, the Geoff Capes-trained English Schools champion, reigned supreme in the Under 15 girls throwing events, storming to overwhelming wins in the shot and discus.

Megan Sims (left) and Megan Porter won medals at the South of England Championships.

Megan Sims (left) and Megan Porter won medals at the South of England Championships.

She threw a personal best 14.34m to win the shot by almost three metres and then took the discus title by a winning margin of nearly four metres with 37.39m.

On the track sprinter William Hughes completed an Under 15 boys sprint double.

He won the 100m in 11.54 and then the 200m in 22.73.

His twin brother Charles was also in action and he picked up the silver medal in the shot with 12.66m and finished fourth in the javelin with 37.58m.

PAC MEDALLISTS

Peterborough Athletic Club meanwhile had three medallists at the South Of England Championships in Ashford.

Georgia Price, competing at the bottom end of the Under 15 girls age group, did well to take the silver in the high jump with 1.50m while Megan Sims and Megan Porter were both bronze medal winners.

Sims clocked 45.93 for third place in the Under 17 300m hurdles while Porter leapt 1.65m for third spot in the Under 17 high jump.

Clubmate Jamelia Smith just missed out on a medal after finishing fifth in both the Under 17 triple jump and high jump.