FEMI Akinbobola added another title to his growing list of successes with victory in the South West Inter Counties Track & Field Championship at Exeter.

The Dauntsey's School student, from Chippenham, underlined his status as the top U20 400m sprinter in the South West with an emphatic victory.

Competing on the same track that he won the South West Schools’ title last month, Akinbobola clocked a time of 50.77secs.

For good measure, Akinbobola – who is a member of Team Bath AC – also added silver in the U20s 200m in a PB of 22.32secs to climb to third in the South West rankings.

Wiltshire athletes enjoyed a good day in Devon with further golds for St Augustine’s Catholic College student Ransford Ako’Nai in the U17 men’s long jump with a best leap 6.06m.

There was another Wiltshire gold in the U20 men’s long jump as Marcin Olech continued his good season to claim victory with 6.60m.

Olech came up with a PB in the triple jump to clear 12.63m for silver. That mark lifts Olech to fourth in the South West rankings, while he is also seventh in the long jump.

Coming off the high of winning her first English Schools’ title, GB junior international Jenna Blundell finished runner-up in the U20 women’s 100m in 12.50secs and 200m in 25.36secs.

Hilperton’s Robert Howorth added two silvers in the U20 800m in 2mins 1.33secs and 2,000m steeplechase in 6:35.72, and there was also a silver for Malmesbury’s Eleanor Webster in the U17 women’s 800m in 2:19.20.

Ben Game won silver in U17 men’s 100m in a new PB of 11.29secs, and there was also silver in the long jump with 5.89m.

Bronze medals went to Ciara Galvin in the U13 girls' high jump with 1.30m and Eleni Francis in the U15 girls' triple jump with 10.26m.

Completing the tally of bronze medals were Mia Bates in the U17 300m hurdles (48.19), Will Scammell in the U17 100m hurdles (14.51) and Jonathan Evans in the U20 men’s shot (12.31m).