HEREFORD & County Athletics Club's Senior team came away from Nuneaton as handsome winners.

The city side, playing in their first Division Six meeting of the season in the Midland Track & Field League, won 12 individual events having fielded a team from Under 17 to veterans.

The day started with Megan Chandler coming fifth in the Women's Long Jump and Luke Darwin, also a new athlete, fourth in the Pole Vault.

The women's Javelin saw Leah Russell-Wells come second, with Chandler also finishing second in the B event.

At the same time, Graham Hazelgreaves, a visually impaired athlete, finished third in the Shot Putt.

The Men's Long Jump saw Zack McGrillen come fourth.

The Track started with Sylvia Misztal winning the 400m Hurdles and then Clara Evans won the 800m.

Oscar Hewitt won the men's race, with Paul Graham third in the B race.

Hannah Barnes won the women`s Hammer in a new Personal Best of 20.23m. She was backed up by veteran Ruth Wells in third `B`.

There was more success on the track as Megan Turton and Polly Jordan were second in the A` and B 200m races respectively.

The women's Triple Jump saw Kim Marston go out to 10.78m to win, with more success in the Field with Ruth Wells winning the Shot Putt and Hannah Barnes third in the B competition.

Luke Darwin and Harry Boswell threw the Javelin for fourth A and third in B.

In the Women`s 100m, Sylvia Misztal was third. This was followed by a dominant run by Clara Evans in the 3,000m, lapping all but two of the other runners.

The next track race was the Women's 400m where Kim Marston and Sylvia Misztal were second in A and B.

In the Men's 400m, Zack McGrillen and Ollie Howl both went one better winning the A and B races.

In the Women`s Discus, both Ruth Wells and Cara Bennett won the A and B events while Nicola Masters finished second in the Women's High Jump.

Back on the track, Clara Evans again won the 1500m, followed by Oscar Hewitt who was second in the Men's race and Paul Graham second in the B.

Harry Boswell finished sixth in the men's Triple Jump, while Matt Glancey finished fourth in the Discus.

In the 100m, Megan Turton was third and Polly Jordan second in B.

Cody Cooke then won the Men`s 100m before Paul Graham was second in the 5,000m.

In the Women's 4x100m the team finished third, with their male counterparts winning their 4x100m.

In both the 4x400m relays, Hereford cruised to victory.

Hereford finished with 404 points, ahead of Burton on 383, Shrewsbury 367, Nuneaton 337, Harborough 303, Newcastle 283, Tamworth 201 and Forest of Dean on 123.