COLCHESTER and Tendring Athletic Club teenagers enjoyed success at the Essex Track and Field Championships, in Chelmsford.

Joy Ogunleye maintained her rich vein of form to win gold in the under-17 women’s 100 metres in a time of 12.14 seconds.

She followed that up the following morning by winning 200m silver in a personal (PB) of 24.96s.

Jimi Sijuwola looked a find prospect in winning under-15 boys' silver in the 100m, in a time of 11.98s.

He followed this up by running his 200m in 24.06s.

Alfie Kelway showed excellent technique in the under-15 boys' 80m hurdles to win silver in a PB of 12.21s.

Promising Sam Shippey gave a good account of himself to win bronze in his under-13 boys' 300m, after clocking 39.29s.

Jenny Palmer had a PB in her under-15 girls' 300m in a time of 45.6s while in the same event, Mary Olayiwola clocked 45.2s in her 300m final.

Daniella O’Leary and Ella Gray both did well in their sprints heats while Elsie Gray produced her best under-17 1,500m to date, clocking a PB of four minutes 51.79s.

Freddy Richardson had a PB in his under-17 1,500m heat after clocking 4m 24.58s.

Henry Dover finished a fine fourth in his under-13 boys' 800m race in a time of 2m 28.1s while Joe Pattinson ran his under-20 boys' 800m heat in a time of 2m 2.03s.

Lauren Woodiwiss ran a PB of 42.6s in the women's under-17 300m final and also clocked a PB of 26.06s in the under-17 women's 200m.

Running for Chelmsford AC, Philip Morant School teacher Mark Woodley showed a fine turn of speed to win the senior men's 800m in 1m 55.2s.

Meanwhile, CATs duo Hannah and Debbie Castle were in the medals at the Suffolk Championships.

Debbie won an impressive four gold medals, winning the shot putt (9.35m), javelin (32.58m), discus (30.74) and hammer (28.74m, PB).

Hannah claimed silver in the discus (22.69m) and bronze in both the long jump (3.77m) and triple jump (7.24m).