SWINDON Harriers’ athletes Amy Warre and Delleah Belgrave are set for a big summer after enjoying their best ever indoor season.

That is the prediction of their coach Tony Jackson after the pair of teenagers marked the start of 2020 with a series of fine performances.

“Amy and Delleah have been outstanding this indoor season, which I believe is the best they have ever had,” said Jackson.

“It all bodes well for the English Schools’ Championships this summer, which will be their main target for the season.”

Warre ends the indoor campaign fourth in the UK U17 rankings after setting a personal best of 11.90m to win the silver medal at the recent England Indoor Championships at the Sheffield Arena.

It was Warre’s second national medal after the Bradon Forest School student won silver at the outdoor championships at the end of last summer.

In addition, her leap of 11.90m, which added 20cm to her previous best, was also a Harriers club record for the under 17s age group.

“The distance was just 1cm away from the gold medal won by Lucy Robinson of Stockport, who is also the UK ranked No 1,” added Jackson.

“It was a truly awesome display from Amy.”

Belgrave, also aged 15, is also new to the U17s age group but that hasn’t prevented from her also making a big impact this winter.

She ends the season 12th in the long jump at the national level after improving her PB to 5.50m when claiming the silver medal at the South West Indoor Championships.

In addition, Belgrave won gold at the Southern Counties Championships, clearing 5.37m and placed fifth in the 60m setting a PB of 7.88secs.

At the England Championships, Belgrave – who is a student at Lydiard Park School – finished ninth in the long jump (5.42m).

“The success of Amy and Delleah indoors has really set them up for the outdoor season,” said Jackson.

“They have worked so hard this winter and they are getting their rewards, but for now the future is very bright for both and if they continue to perform, they will go on to achieving greater success.”

Finally, Laila Belgrave, younger sister of Delleah, has also enjoyed a fine indoor season and picked up silver medals at the South West Championships in the U13 girls’ 60m hurdles and long jump events.