2018 by Sponser by Pickerings Presented by Kate Pearce

APRIL 2018

Cameron Harrison For His PB In Polevault 2m 60cm

MAY 2018 

Lottie Mclaren   1st In 800m At The YDL

JUNE 2018 

Tom Randolph  Won The Midland Counties 800m In U20 gaining his 1st England Vest.

JULY 2018 

Jacob Spencer     Had 2 1st Places in 200m 23secs 400m 50.4secs and was In the winning 4x400m relay team for the senior A team


Isabelle Neville Senior A Team Competing In 400m Hurdles 400m Flat Triple Jump And 4x400m Relay Team


Isla Crameri  Triple Jump 9m 47cm UK Ranked 54th


Freya Cole     5th In The Cross Country U11


Jesse Bradley 5th In The Cross Country U11


Jessica Salt  7th Place In U11 Cross Country


Luca Bradley   Bronze at the Staffordshire Cross Country Champs


Tegan Vickery 100% appearance in the cross country league and great running in her new u15 age group

 MARCH 2019

Nicola Brady    running for the Veterans 35 at the British Masters

 indoor champs and getting 1st in 400m PB of


Left to right Isla, Cameron,Lottie, Jacob, Jesse, Luca Isabelle, Jessica (front) Tegan (front) Nicola and Kate Pearce from Pickerings


WMYACCL Cross Country 2018 Male Jesse Bradley

Jesse not only performed well for the U11’s in the league coming 5thoverall but also held his own at the youngest end of the U13’s at the Staffs and Midland Championships

Jesse Bradley

WMYACCL Cross Country 2018 Female Jessica Salt 

Jessica left onlookers speechless as the pocket dynamo flew round the cross country courses this season continually coming in the top 10.  Jessica improved with each race and her commitment, attitude and maturity have been impeccable.

Jessica Salt

Senior men’s Cross Country Sylvain Letendart.

Sylvain achieved 8th place in the seniors cross country in one of the matches and tried his best to keep Tamworth from relegation.

Sylvan Letendart

Senior Women’s Cross Country   Katherine Handley-Bradley

Katherine turned up for nearly every cross country match to give her support

Graham Lovell Trophy Dale Langley

Dale put in a great performance at Burton on Trent finishing in 11th place in a very good time of 1hr 4mins.

Dale Langley

Female Veteran of the Year Award Sarah Jemmett

Sarah was one of the 3 ladies competing in the league for the club taking part in  the 400m, 800m, 1500m,and 3000m at Royal Sutton Coldfield in a time of 13mins 38secs

Male Veteran of the year Adam Young

Adam made regular appearances and for his consistency in being in the top three across a range of events including 200m, 400m, Hammer, High Jump, Long and triple jumps, Discus, shot and Pole Vault.  Well done Adam.

Adam Young

N J Williams Cup 2018 Ruby Coldwell,

With many of Tamworths young pole vaulters ranking high on the powerof10, it looks good for the future, but for the second year running the highest ranked U13/U15 is Ruby Coldwell ranked 5th outdoors and indoors

Ruby Coldwell

Heart of England Medals

Junior Field Athlete  2019  Siân Hubbard

Siân finished1st in every Pole Vault event and is ranked 13th in the UK U15 2018. She came 1st in the Staffordshire Championships and the Schools Mason Trophy.

Siân Hubbard

Heart of England Girl 2019 Beth Ostick

Beth had two 1st place and one 2nd place in the long jump getting her PB of 4.52m

Beth Ostick

Heart of England Boy 2019 Luca Bradley

Luca scored high points for the team never finishing lower than third

Luca Bradley

M J Showell Shield Lottie McLaren

Lottie was placed 1st in every 800m in YDL ranked 40TH in the UK In U13

Lottie Mclaren

Ridgewood Shield 2019 Ben Edwards

Ben competed in the 300m relay the 1500m, shot putt and discus at all events scoring very well for the team. He is ranked in the top 500 in the UK for 1500m

Ben Edwards

Amy Adams Shield  Eve Clawley

There were only two YDL Upper meetings this season.  Eve still U17 ran both U20 400m races winning both, her best time 59.1secs She also ran in bothU17  4 x 100m relays and won the 4 x 300m relay at the first meeting

Eve Clawley

Tom Adams Shield  James Sherriff

Concentrating on the 400m for the first time he won the A race at the first meeting in 53.4secs and although  a better time of 53.1secs at the second meeting he came second. James also won the B 200m threw the discus and ran in the U17  4 x 100m relay and then helped the U20 to 2nd and then 1st in the 4 x 400m relays

James Sherriff

Male Sprinter of the year 2018 Jacob Spencer

This first year U17 represented the A team at all 4 meetings a great feat for such a young athlete. Warwickshire County Schools 100m and 200m champion Midland Counties Champion and runner up in the 400m. Many think that the 400m will be his event in the future. He got to the final of the 200m at the English Championships but was DQ for a false start.  4th overall in English Schools with a club record of 22.03secs in the 200m Ranked 8 in the UK at 200m looking to be number. 1 in 2019.

Jacob Spencer

Female Sprinter of the Year Amy Bowen

Nobody ran faster at the 60m, 100m and 200m at Tamworth AC in 2018.  She competed in the 100, 200 and the record breaking 4 x 100m relay for the Ladies A team.  A new athlete to the club she competed in Midland County Championships, BUCS Championships and Inter Varsity meetings.

Field Athlete of the Year 2018 Alex Berrow

Staffs County Champion at Hammer and Shot Putt, Police Championship Gold in Hammer, Shot and Silver in Discus   Represented the ‘A’ team and scored massive points for all his events. Easily Tamworth AC’s best hammer, shot and discus thrower

Alex Berrow

Indoor Athlete of the Year  Female Amy Bowen

Fastest indoor 60m time of the year 7.73seconds, fastest

indoor 200m time of the year 25.67seconds. got through

to both 60 and 200m semi-finals in BIJCS champs and

was part of Cardiff Met Uni 4 x 200m silver medal

winning team. First year competing for Tamworth

Fastest Indoor Athlete of the Year Male  Kane Densley

Fastest indoor 60mtrs of 6.90 seconds, only two

hundredths of a second off the club record. Qualifying for

British Champs 60mtrs. Fastest indoor 200mtr time. Got

through to BUCS semifinal in 60mtrs and was part of

Cardiff Met Uni 4 X 200mtr silver medal winning team. For

the 2nd  year running

Dorothy Beech Award Female Isabelle Neville

The senior lady of the year was a very close fought battle

with 5 ladies in the run for the title. All of them have

competed in all 4 of the ‘A’ team meetings. But coming out

on top with 94 points from both track and field events is

Isabelle Neville.

Isabelle Neville

Ray Rogers Trophy Male  Adam Young

Competed in every ‘A’ team fixture. Scored 126 points for

the club in many different events such as 110 & 400

hurdles, pole vault, shot putt, discus, high jump, triple

jump. The 2018 backbone of the team and senior male

athlete is Adam Young.

Adam Young

Volunteer of the Year Matt Evans

This volunteer has helped the club enormously over the

last 12 months running his academy group and also

showing his skills in electrics were he has now updated

club lights inside and out giving up most of his Christmas

holidays so our athletes can run safely on the track thank

you Matt


Tamworth had 10 athletes at English Schools in 2018,

We feel they all need a mention. For the girls there was

isabelle Neville in the 400mtr hurdles, Eve Clawley in the

300mtrs, Niamh Kijgalten in the high jump, Sian Hubbard &

Isla Crameri in the pole vault, Lucy Wheeler in the 100mtrs

and Amy Cook in the Javelin. For the boys Tamworth had

Dan Cartwright and Jacob Spencer in the 200mtrs and

James Sheriff in the 400mtr. There were 2 athletes that

finished 4th in the final of their events, so sharing the

award this year are Isla Crameri and Jacob Spencer

Jacob Spencer and Isla Crameri

Athlete of the Year Jacob Spencer

After completing a full fixture list for the senior A team, the

YDL league, County Champs, School County Champs,

Midlands Champs, Mason Trophy, English Schools Champs,

England Athletics Championships and performing well in all

competitions. Being ranked 8th in the UK for 200mtrs, the

Athlete of the year goes to Jacob Spencer. Siân

The Steve Wheeler awards presented by Lucy Wheeler

TAC Academy Best Performance 2019 Jacob Williams

Jacob is a perfect example of a club athlete and a credit to

the academy competing in all 3 Heart of England and all 3 YDL

taking part in the 100m 200m and tong jump in all 6

competitions . He is improving all the time he also ran 4

out of 5 cross  countries.

Jacob Williams

TAC Academy  most improved 2019  William Newman

William regularly attends the academy and shows the

improvement he has made by doing open meetings and

league competitions.

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