Cross Country Club Champs

Today saw the 17/18 Cross Country club champs, with the West Midlands League. The young athletes were not only running in the league but running to be crowned club champion, while the Seniors took there places as marshals to see them safely round before taking to the course themselves.

Club Champs results first then West Mids positions (-), Results are as followed:

U11 boys 1st James Gould (17), 2nd Finn Williams- Stein (71), 3rd Callum France (107), 4th Sam Burt (113), 5th Niall Fitzpatrick  (119)

U11 Girls 1st Madelin Lim (75), 2nd Natalie Greennwood (119)

U13 Girls 1st Melanie Gould (4), 2nd Hannah Cooper (41), Isobel Ridler (53), 4th Eva Fitzpatrick (66), 5th Megan Marsh (112)

U13 Boys 1st Finnley Newey (69), 2nd Ruairc Winston (72), 3rd Samuel Morrey (75), 4th Daniel Endersby (83), Diarmuid Winston (88)

U15 Girls 1st Rosie Cale (39), 2nd Saffie Chiba (43), 3rd Lucy Green (53), 4th Rositsa Gugutkova (55), 5th Alice Parsons (67), 6th Amber Ballard (82)

U15 Boys 1st Jai Sispal (7), 2nd Cameron Williams- Stein (10)

U17 Girls – No Runners

U17 Boys 1st Dom Priest (14) 2nd Jamie Wollaston (50)


Senior Results


All results are subject to change due to the races combined in league races

Message from the XC Team Manager

This coming Sunday (15th of Oct) Leamington C&AC are hosting the West Mids Jnr’s XC at Hatton. If you can help out with Marshalling for a couple of hours in the morning, please contact Capt Phil at

In the afternoon (14:00hrs) we will be holding the LC&AC XC Club Champs. A great warm-up for the season ahead and a chance to try out you’re new spikes in a friendly environment. If you want to run, again mail Phil at the same address.
The XC season is fast approaching but if you’re membership isn’t paid up for 2017, you wont be eligible to run, as this would cause the team to get disqualified. It needs to be sorted before race day.

Leamington C&AC Athlete at Combined Events

Saturday 16th September was the English Schools Athletics Association combined events final in Boston Lincolnshire. Cameron Williams-stein from Kenilworth school took part in 2 qualifying rounds gaining sufficient points to be one of 45 junior boys across the country invited to take part in the event.

The level of competition was exceptionally high but Cameron, who trains with Leamington Cycling and Athletics Alub, performed well in his 80m hurdles and 800m and achieved personal bests in shot, long jump (5.49m), high jump (1.65m) and pentathlon points (2420). After qualifying in 35th place in the country he was delighted to finish the event in 21st place.