Welsh Indoor Junior Champs


Several young Deeside athletes ventured South to Cardiff at the weekend to participate in the Welsh Junior Indoor Champs and after distinguishing themselves with a host of exceptional performances, returned home with a host of medals, including a fantastic haul of 9 Golds.

Full list of our medallists below, but a special mention goes out to James Jones (U15B) & Neisha Roberts (U13G), who both claimed two golds in taking the 800 / 1500M double and Mia Roberts who broke the Welsh Indoor record, in taking Gold in the U17W 3000M.

Neisha and James Cardiff Jnr Champs

U13B
Roman Hodgson – 800M Gold

Roman

U13G
Neisha Roberts – 800M Gold & 1500M Gold

Neisha Cardiff Jnr Champs

U15B
James Jones – 800M Gold & 1500M Gold

James in Race Cardiff

James Winning Cardiff

U15G
Morgan Edwards – Pole Vault Gold

Morgan Cardiff

U17W
Mia Roberts – 3000M Gold
Elin Hawke – Pole Vault Silver

Mia Cardiff Jnr Champs

Elin Cardiff Jnr Champs

U20M
Nicholas Young – Shot Put Gold

Nicholas Cardiff Jnr Champs

U20W
Martha Owen – 3000M Gold

Martha Cardiff Jnr Champs

Cardiff Junior Champs

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