It has been represented in international events by the Women's captain, Barbara Banks, and successfully organised schools races for boys and girls.
The club's first newsletter was distributed in May and two window displays have been organised, publicising the club. Congratulations were given to Miss Phyllis
Edwards and Mr. Alan Cheers on passing coaching examinations.
The chairman, Mr. John Edwards, remarked on the success of the Supporters' Club's inaugural meeting. This will be for parents and friends of the club and it is hoped that they will help organise some events and help in administration.
A vote of thanks was proposed to the retiring president and hon. secretary for the years of service they have given to the club.
treasurer, Mr. D. Hanna; cross-country captain, Mr. J. Wright; track captain, Mr. D. Lockley; chief coach, Mr. C. W. Gee; cross-country secretary, Mr. M. Teahan; track secretary, Mr. R. Brimage; women's captain, Miss B. Banks; women's secretary,
Miss M. Caldwell.
Mr, George Mason's election as President coincides with his 25th year in the club, Mr. Mason, now in retirement, has always served the club conscientiously. He was a former miler and cross country runner, can always be seen at the clubhouse.
Today is the 3rd Merseyside League meeting at Lingham Park, Moreton. Everybody is welcome from 2 p.m. It is hoped Wallasey A.C. will be able to catch Waterloo Harriers and Athletic Club to win the league in this the final meeting.