Herne Hill Harriers proved their mettle last weekend winning 26 medals at the Surrey County Indoor Championships.

Held at the David Weir Leisure Centre, the club brought home nine gold, 11 silver and six bronze medals.

Ore Adamson, who last weekend won the national long jump title in Sheffield, won the U15 girls' title with 5.49m and was third in a high quality 60m final in 8.03seconds.

Jess Collins won the high jump with a clearance of 1.55m in her first competition having broken her ankle at the outdoor Surrey championships last May.

Malory Cluley won silver in the 60m hurdles in a personal best of 9.6secs.

In the U13 girls events there was an exciting win for Faith Price who pipped the fastest girl in the country this winter to win in 8.41secs.

Denisha Marshall Brown set a new championship best performance in winning the U17 women's shot in 13.41m - one of the best throws in the country this winter.

Skye Udonem won a bronze medal in the U17 triple jump with 10.47m, and Florrie Craddock won two silvers in the high jump with 1.50m and the pole vault with 2.40m

Among the U20 women, Kristel Awuah won the 60m in 7.77secs, while Breagha Campbell made an excellent return from injury winning the high jump with 1.60m, and claiming silver in the shot (10.35m).

Senior woman Jade Phillips won the 60m (7.84secs), and supervets Sharon St Luce and Kathleen Moeller recorded a one-two in the shot.

Two youngsters won silver medals in their first ever competitions in the U13 boys' events - Noah Ojumu was second in the 60m final in 8.30secs, and Clayton Mytil was second in the long jump (4.29m).

There was some top sprinting in the men's sprints - in the senior 60m final Nicolas Atwell, a 400m specialist, was fourth, while Idris Oyuriye also reached the final.

Kyle Cranston was second in the U20 men's 60m final in 7.09secs, and Rami Miller and Daniel Kale were second and third in the U17 men's final.

There was some strong shot putting in the U17 men's event where Rayan Moumneh was second, clearing a personal best of 13.03m, and Dejean Marshall Brown was third in 12.14m.

Oyan also won a bronze in the U20 men's shot with a new personal best.

In the U20 men's long jump, Harriers recorded another one-two as Christopher Sinclair and Jevoni McFarlane leapt to personal bests of 6.55m and 6.29m respectively.