Morgan Lake shot to the top of the national rankings by winning the U13 girls shot at the Midlands Open Indoor Meeting on Saturday.
Not only that, but the youngster shattered the previous Windsor, Slough, Eton & Hounslow AC club record by more than a metre with her throw of 10.68m.
Yet to reach her 12th birthday, Lake also holds club records in the long jump and high jump, tops the long jump national rankings and is second in the country in the 60m hurdles.
WSEH's sprint star Nigel Levine also enhanced his growing reputation by taking silver in the 400m in a new personal best of 47:06 mins at the Aviva Grand Prix.
Over at the Lea Valley Stadium, Alasdair Ross took home a brace of golds, in the U55 60m (8.08 secs) and 200m (25:77 secs) at the Veterans Indoor Championships.
Glen Reddington also took gold in the U45 60m hurdles (9.22 secs) and silver in the 60m (7.84 secs), while Derek Wardle took silver in the U60 400m (61.37 secs), as did Peter Virgo in the U60 shot (10.87m).
There was also a success for Laurie Clarke at the Celtic Indoor International in Cardiff, moving to the top of the UK U20 rankings in the 60m hurdles with a new personal best jump of 7.78 secs. [25a0] MEANWHILE, in the cross country, WSEH's U13 girls team rolled back the years on Saturday.
They landed the first honours for the age group in several decades at the National Cross Country Championships on Hampstead Heath.
Ruth Bourne (eighth), Beccy Croft (41st), Eloise Milbourne (46th) and 11-year-old Kathryn Dittton (92nd) did enough to win bronze for WSEH.
The club's best individual result of the day was Keegan Lymn's fifth place in the U15 boys race.