Windsor, Slough, Eton & Hounslow AC were this week celebrating a remarkable league and cup treble.
Both the male and female teams qualified for the National Finals of the BAL Cup, while the mixed girls are boys team are NYAL Southern League Champions for the first time. Morgan Lake was the undoubted star of the show for the girls, equalling the club record in winning the U13 high jump with a leap of 1.5m. She then went on to win the U13 long jump in 4.75m - a stunning feat considering no other athlete in the competition reached over 4m.
The U17 boy's 4x100 relay team of Deji Tobias, Tom Evans, Ainsley Campbell and Stuart Challis came agonisingly close to another club record with their time of 43.9 secs.
Hannah Barefield also kept up her fine record in winning her fitth consecutive U17 3,000m, while Sarah Taplin celebrate a hat-trick of U15 field wins in the javelin, shot and discus. WSEH spokesman Dennis Daly reckons the team have a great chance of glory at the national finals in Manchester.
He said: "Without a doubt, this is the strongest team we have been able to field in many years, and hopes are high that WSEH can emerge as national champions in September, where we will face the best the North, Midlands, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland can offer."
The ladies dominated their BAL Cup semi-final, finishing 23 points ahead of nearest rivals Blackheath & Bromley Harriers after winning 10 of the 12 events, while Helen Pryer's 23.29 secs win in the 200m beat the Thames Valley Athletics Centre stadium record by half-a-second.
The men's victory in their semi-final was much tighter, with only eight points seperating them and Blackheath & Bromley. But it was enough for WSEH to qualify for the finals on merit rather than one of the best losers for the first time in several seasons.