CITY of Salisbury’s James Mills had good reason to celebrate when he recorded his first win in the 10k Race for Men crossing the finishing line at Hudson’s Field in a quick 41min 22sec.

The Salisbury club made it a winning double when under 16’s Guy Mitchell just pipped a senior rival to won the 3k event in 10min 30sec.

In the Wiltshire schools’ track and field championships at Swindon, Molly Hole won the high jump and shot; Georgia Clarke took second place in the shot with a new PB of 9.49m.

Gabrielle Kirkham won the long jump with a championship best performance of 5.22m, breaking a record which has stood for 29 years, and Martha Royle came second.

The outstanding Bea Wood easily took the girls’ 1500m title in another championship best performance while Rose Warren scored a PB in the 800m to take third.

Louise Webb was second in the intermediates’ 1500m and Morgan Ringwood was second in the long jump. Kieron Appleton ran well to take second in the sprint hurdles, and Jacob Norcliffe had a busy day with second in the 100m and a win in the 200m final in 23.2s. Josh Hole won the shot. In the senior boys, Fabrice Webb marked his recent improvement by won the 3000m, and Jaymee Domoney won the 1500m.

At Bournemouth in the Dorset schools’ championships Alex D’Arbost took second in the 1500m and Sam Coles was fourth while at Portsmouth’s Hampshire finals, Greg Herring won the 1500m.