BASINGSTOKE and Mid Hants Athletics Club held their annual Club Championship and Dream Mile.

In total 148 athletes, from under-nine to seniors, competed in a range of track and field events with a further 40 taking part in the Dream Mile.

As the track and field season comes to a close, athletes can feel a genuine sense of achievement for another year of successes.

The club’s junior athletes won the Wessex League for the eighth successive year.

The Junior Girls won the Plate final in the Alder Valley Girls League.

Five athletes competed internationally. They were Ben Pattison (Under-18 European Championships, 400m), Mair Edwards (GB Juniors World Championship, 4x100m relay), Nicolas Gerome and Caius Joseph (GB Under-20 Encuentro International Decathlon) and Kieran Showler-Davis (Home Countries International, 100m)

There have been a number of new club records this year including Joseph, Under-20 heptathlon, 5,275 points, Gerome, Under-20 decathlon, 7,257pts, Showler-Davis 100m, 10.26 secs, Rebecca Poole Under-20 1,500m SC, 5.14.23, Mikun Addrenkan, Under-13B discus 29.88m, Sam Graham, Under-13 javelin 39.00m, Pattison Under-17 200m 21.70 secs and 400m 47.11 secs, Isabel Pinder, Under-15 300m 41.43 secs,

There were also some excellent National Championship performances with Pattison, competing up an age group, winning the Under-20 Championship at 400m and also taking the English Schools 400m title. Iona Irvine, Ayomide Cole and Isabel Pinder won medals in the 4x100m relay at English Schools and Mitch Lloyd took the British Masters title in the 1500m.

Several club athletes are also competing in the English Schools Multi-events Championship later this month.

At Club Championship the age group winners were Under-nine Girls - Georgi Barrett, Under-nine Boys - Oskar Guynan, Under-11 Girls - Millie Coleman, Under-11 Boys - Philip Kakari, Under-13 Girls - Lenka Addington, Under-13 Boys - Mikan Adeniran, Under-15 Girls - Isabel Pinder, Under-15 Boys - Alex Lakeland, Under-17 men - Jordan Ford and Under-17 Women - Ellie Woodall.

Club athletes are now gearing up for the winter season.