WESTBURY’S Hayden Bailey had another good day AT the fourth and final Avon Track & Field League match by claiming two victories, writes KEVIN FAHEY.

Bailey won the U17 men’s 400m in 53.9secs and the 1,500m in 4mins 30.9 secs.

Hilperton’s Rory Howorth had his throwing hat on and won the U17 men’s hammer with 24.83m and the javelin with 40.50m.

Making a rare outing over the 400m hurdles, Chippenham’s Joe Collins earned victory and a personal best of 58.8 in the U17 men’s race.

The win at the start of the meeting in Gloucester was a signal of intent for his club Team Bath AC as they overhauled defending champions Yate & District AC to wrap up the overall league title.

Devizes School student Will Scammell was also outstanding, winning the 300m in 40.5, the javelin with 36.20m and finishing second in the long jump with 5.63m.

Back to the hurdles and Eleanor Webster, of Alderton near Malmesbury, marked her first attempt at the 300m distance with victory in a time of 51.0, with Abbie Elms second in 52.2.

Sam Roberts then won the senior men’s 400m hurdles in 60.3, with Robert Howorth third (63.6), while Trowbridge-based athlete Caitlin Wosika finished second in the senior women’s 400m hurdles in 71.4.

After her hurdles outing Wosika won the senior women’s 800m in 2:22.3.

Elsewhere there were wins for Ellie Mount in the U15 girls’ 100m (12.9), Imogen Leakey in the U15 girls’ 200m (27.0) with Ellie Mount second (27.5) and Tabitha Gallen third (28.2).

Chiara Newcastle won the U13 girls’ 800m (2:35.9) while Sarah Wilson (2:20.2) and Eleanor Webster (2:24.3) secured a one-two in the U17 women’s 800m.

Dominic Murray won the U13 boys’ 100m in 13.5, Alex Parsons took the U15 boys’ 1500m in 4:32.0, with Alex Hemmings second in 4:42.3.

Fin Hart (11.2) and Femi Akimbobola (11.6) claimed a one-two in the U17 men’s 100m and Martyn Morant was victorious in the senior men’s 400m in 53.9.

The Howorth twins of Hilperton dominated the senior men’s 1,500m with John winning in 4:14.8 and Robert second in 4:18.1 with Themis Bower (4:29.2) completing a clean sweep.

In the field, there were other wins for Renee Jelf in the U17 women’s high jump (1.50m) and Robyn Ellison in the U17 women’s triple jump (10.50m), which was an excellent PB.

Second places went to Caitlin Mander (U13 girls 75m, 10.5) with Eleni Francis third (10.8), Eleni Francis (U13 girls shot, 6.55m), Imogen Leakey (U15 girls high jump, 1.45m), Sarah Long (senior 100m and 200m) with Jessie Davies third in both.

Jessie Davies was as runner-up in the senior women’s high jump with 1.40m.