The disappointments and doubts raised by poor performances of the previous weekend were brushed aside by the superb track runs of last weekend.
There were many first places and personal best performances.
Special mention must be made of the 800 metre runners, who gained between them three first places in extremely excellent limes. Special mention, also, must be made of Neil Henfrey, who was competing, in this, his first ever competition.
Pete Jones regained his confidence by gaining first place in the 100, leading from beginning to end and a strong 2nd in the 400m although he wasn't too happy with his time, but then he rarely is.
This Saturday sees some of the Wallasey Athletic Club athletes competing in the Cheshire track and field championships at Warrington, and Sunday sees some of the female members taking part in the Merseyside track and field championships in Kirkby.
Next week sees many more school age members trying to gain a place in the English Schools Championships. The first stage is to
Results from last Sunday:
Neil Henfrey (Colt) 2nd 100m.
14.8sec. 2nd 200m. 31.8sec. Bob Brimage (Sen) 1st 3000m.
Pete Jones (Sen) 1st 800. 1min 59.8sec. 2nd 400m. 53.2sec.
Neil Tunstall (Youth) 4th 400m. 56.1sec.
Siobohn Power (Jun) 5th. 1500 5mln 23.7sec.
Janet McGee (Inter) 1st 800m 2min 22.5 sec 2nd 200m 28.1
Jennifer Jones (Minor) 6th 800m 3min 6sec.
Barbara Jones (Sen) 1st 800m 2min 22.6sec.
Christine McGee (Sen) 8th 800m 2min 50.4 sec.
Men's medley reins - 1st
Ladies medley relay - 2nd
Mens 4 x 100 relay - 1st