SPRINTER Lois Wak-nell cemented her position as the leading under 15 in the United Kingdom when helping Rad-ley to victory in the opening match of the Southern Women’s League Premier Division at Horspath Road.

Waknell produced personal bests of 12.39secs and 25.62 respectively when winning the 100 metres and 200 metres.

She also set a pb of 4.94m when coming second in the long jump.

The youngster, who lives in Abingdon, is in a rich vein of form and looks like getting quicker as the season progresses.

Radley’s most successful athletes – with three wins on the day – were Emma O’Hara, who took the under 17 shot putt (9.81m), hammer (44.70) and discus (44.70m), and Georgina Sunderland, whose successes came in the under 15’s 75mH (11.88), shot putt (8.75m) and B string 200m (26.53).

Double winners were senior Tara Kafke – 100m (12.16 secs) and 400m (58.25), under 17 Hayley Perrin – high jump (1.60m) and long jump (5:32m), under 15s Kathryn Woodcock – B shot putt (8.12) and javelin (18.24) and Ellen Chung – javelin (21.54m) and B discus (22.33m).

Other Radley victors were seniors Lauren Tolmie, Jackie Cherry, under 20 Emily Greenway under 17s Amy Greenway and Lucy Hooper and under 15s Holly Bristow and Alex Cross.

Host club Oxford City finished in third place.

Rebecca Hussey won the under 15 girls’ 200m in 25.74, while Charlotte Stratford clocked a personal best of 2.35.62 to win the 800m.

Other City wins came in the women’s 300m hurdles, where Zoe Webber won in 56.0.

Maike Chapel cleared 2.10m in the pole vault for first place.

In the under 15 girls’ long jump, Simi Fajemisin won with 5.16m.

Result: 1 Radley 170pts, 2 Basildon 151, 3 Oxford City 131, 4 South London Harriers 91.