HAYDEN Bailey raced to an impressive middle distance double as Team Bath AC made it two wins out of two in the Avon Track & Field League.

The Matravers School student from Bratton won both the under 17 men’s 400m and 1500m events by huge margins clocking times of 51.9 seconds and 4:14.7 respectively.

The Howorth brothers from Hilperton contributed their usual big tally with Rory leading the way with maximum points in the U17 men’s 400m hurdles (61.4) with Joel Mattacks in second (67.8) and the javelin with 37.42m.

Older brother John won the senior men’s 1500m in 4:17.3 and finished second in the 400m (52.2) and third in the javelin (37.86m).

For the girls, there was another win for Ciara Newcastle in the under 13s 800m (2:32.5) and Corsham’s Jade Littlechild in the U17s 800m (2:27.6).

Eilidh Bell claimed top spot in the senior women’s 800m (2:25.0) from clubmate Rebecca Pierce (2:25.6) while Jo Lumb won the veteran women’s 100 m in 14.8 seconds. Club stalwart Imam Qazi won the veteran men’s 100m in 12.8.

In the field events, Robyn Ellison marked her first ever triple jump with victory in 10.18m in the under 17 women’s age group, Becci Ousby won the senior women’s high jump with 1.40m and Rob Jed took maximum points in the U17 men’s hammer (29.80m).

In addition, sprinter Ethan Hall scorched to a double victory in the U15 boys’ 100m and 200m breaking the league record in the latter with a time of 23.0 alongside his 100m time of 11.3.

In the field, the performance of the day came from Kiran Carter, who recorded a huge personal best of 5.66m, adding 0.33m to his previous best set at the Bath Field Fest in early April, to win the U15 boys’ long jump from teammate Will Scammell (5.50m).

Second places went to Eleni Francis (under 13s 75m, 10.9secs), Imogen Leakey (under 15s 200m, 26.7secs), Eleanor Webster (under 15s 800m, 2:23.3), Will Scammell (under 15s 300m, 38.5secs), Jenna Blundell (under 17s 200m, 26.9secs), Robyn Ellison (under 17s high jump, 1.45m), William Browne (under 17s long jump, 5.36m) and Sarah Long (senior 200m, 26.7secs).

Overall results are still provisional but at present Team Bath took spot with 1,010.5 points after a close battle with hosts Yate & District AC (979.5) with the rest a long way adrift.