The sisters of two sporting stars led the way as Windsor, Slough, Eton & Hounslow AC women gave themselves a fighting chance of survival on Saturday.
Lesley Owusu and Chinedu Monye, siblings of ex-Brentford striker Lloyd Owusu and Harlequins flier Ugo Monye, helped WSEH's UK Women's National League team to a lifeline fourth-place finish in their Premier Division match at Manchester.
That puts them sixth overall, and means relegation rivals Woodford Green must finish three places higher than WSEH in the final match to save their own skin and dump WSEH out of the top flight.
Owusu ran a season's best 54.22 secs to finish second in the 400m before powering home on the last leg to lead the 4x400m relay team to victory in 3:43.23 mins.
Monye, meanwhile, won the 100m B race in just outside of 12 seconds, before taking up the anchor for the 4x100m relay team's third place in a season's best 48.01.
It was only over-cautious changeovers which prevented the ladies emulating their 4x400m teammates' victory.
However, the lads had a nightmare day in their Mens British League Premiership home fixture.
Hampered by injury and illness, WSEH finished bottom and only had one win to cheer all day, thanks to Julian Golley's winning leap of 16.35m in the triple jump, which was a season's best for the former GB international.