Triumphant Windsor, Slough, Eton & Hounslow AC were left celebrating a league and cup double last weekend.
Their ladies lifted the Southern Women's League Trophy, while their young lads scooped the inaugural Alder Valley League Boys Cup.
It was an emphatic win for the boys who, having already sucessfully defended their Alder Valley League title, finished more almost 100 points ahead of nearest rivals Reading in the Cup.
U13 prospect George Butler was the star of the show, winning both the 100m and 200m in personal bests (pbs) of 13.8 and 28.6 secs, before winning the long jump in a best of 4.53m too.
Robert Hayman also won the 100m B in a pb of 14 secs, while Henry Suggitt and Tom Daniels ensured a winning double in the 800m.
The U13s were dominant on the field too, with pb wins for Gurlal Rhandawr in the discus (21.66m); Taylor Campbell in the shot (7.25m) and Findlay Fulford in the javelin (28.56m).
The best events for the U15s were the 800m and 80m hurdles, with wins for Gari Brown, Jay Fieldmartin, Sam Maguire and Mitchell Turner.
Sprint kings Ainsley Campbell and Stuart Challis ensured a WSEH one-two in the U17s 100m, before Challis went on to win the 200m and Campbell the 400m.
Matt Bezzant won the 400m on his comeback from injury, while Elliott Woolmer won the 800m, and Jack Philip and Nathan Ditton ensured a 1500m double.
David Harvey, Ryan Francis, Ethan Welch and Sam Wilkinson each won two events in the field, while Mark White went one better by chalking up three victories.
Further victories came in the 4 x 100m relays for the U13s and U17s.
Meanwhile, WSEH's ladies responded to coach Irene Speller's call to make the long journey to Cornwall for the final fixture and were rewarded with the league title.
Although they narrowly missed out on making it a clean sweep of victories by coming second to host club Newquay & Par, it was still enough to finish as champions.
Reading were again the team who had to settle for second, with 16 points to WSEH's 19 in the final reckoning.
There were wins galore for the seniors on the field, with two each for Laura McGawn and Bola Ogun, plus one each for Steph Brown, Jo Botwright, Abbey Jones and Claire Hing.
Brown, Caroline Livingstone, Jane Sheard, Lous Sams, Rose Reynolds, Caroline Heaney and Faye Williams all added track victories to the haul, as did the 4 x 100m relay team.
Lola Ogunsanye sliced half-a-second off her pb of 14 secs in winning the girls 100m, making it a double after Cressida Miller won the A race.
It was a similar story in the 800m, where Laura Siggitt and Jo-Ling Chew won the A and B races respectively.
But the team spirit was best shown in Olivia Lawson, who showed immense commitment by competing it two different events which overlapped in the timetable..