CITY of York Athletic Club hauled a fantastic 35 medals away from the Yorkshire Championships at Cudworth.

Fifteen gold, seven silver and 13 bronze were claimed by the Heslington-based group thanks to some fantastic performances across all disciplines. Ellie Sewell won a raft of medals in the under-15 category topped by her gold in the javelin.

A throw of 28.86 metres bagged top spot but she also won bronze medals in the 75m hurdles (12.81 seconds) and shot (10.31m). Katie Bohl also took away U15 success with a silver medal in the discus thanks to a throw of 21.92m.

Amy Rolfe and Sola Sowole left with gold medals in the long jump (5.10m) and 100m (12.96s) respectively. Abigail Burton grabbed a complete collection of medals in the U17 division. She won a gold in the javelin (35.21m), silver in the shot (12.13m) and bronze in the discus (32.21m).

Gold medals flowed easily across the division for the COYAC competitors. Lucy Hadaway claimed gold in the long jump and 80m hurdles (5.55m and 12.00s) and her 32.96m in the javelin gave her silver behind Burton.

Isobel Avey’s 25.99 seconds in the 200m gave her top billing and 40.79 in the 300m meant a silver medal was added to her collection. Alice Linaker won the 300m hurdles in 45.98 and also claimed long jump bronze with a leap of 5.00m.

The superb U17 performance was completed by Georgina Rothwell’s bronze in the 1500m thanks to a time of four minutes 43.73.

Josie Parry’s 15.62 in the 100m hurdles was also good enough for the top spot of the podium and, in the senior women, Rebecca Campsall (gold, 100m, 11.97) and Sarah Parsons (silver, discus, 40.39m) were also celebrating.

For the boy’s and men, Andy Hanson’s 13.61 in the 100m was good enough for gold and he also picked up the runners-up spot in the long jump thanks to an effort of 4.76m.

Bronze was the colour for the U15s. Edward Lake won two - in the 100m and 200m with efforts of 11.82s and 24.44 - and Elliot Hutchinson filled the final podium place in the 1500m with 4.33.12.

A mighty throw of 37.41m was the standout performance for the U17s and saw Ben Schofield scoop gold in the hammer. Alex Botterill also celebrated two bronze medals at the conclusion of the meeting (800m, 1.54.99 and 400m, 51.43).

A throw of 12.98m meant Ben Wharton won gold in the shot for the U20s and Rob Shipley’s 22.78 in the 200m was good enough for bronze.

The senior men, meanwhile, enjoyed a spectacular meet. Scott Lincoln continues to shine in the shot and a throw of 17.70m won gold while Paul Alsopp picked up a medal of the same colour after 62.60m in the javelin.

Silver greeted Mark Cage’s effort of 69.15m in the 400m hurdles and bronze medals were claimed by Andrew England (high jump, 1.70m) and Jonathan Sewell (javelin, 27.91m).