Harrow Athletic Club's Matthew Carey finished a superb fourth in the 3000 metres steeplechase at the recent British Universities Championships at Bedford.
The 21-year-old Brunel student clocked his second best time of 9.21.82 and would have beaten his previous best of 9.18 but for the effects of the fast early pace.
Richard Franzese also ran very well, setting a new best of 14.59.73 to qualify for the 5000 metres final, and then running even faster, clocking 14.51.21 for tenth spot in a highly competitive final.
Dean Goodman ran his second best ever time of 1.53.61 in the 800 metres semi-final, while Damian Nevins was tenth in the gruelling 10,000 metres with 34.13.66.
Claudia Tabony clocked a more than useful 16.35 in the sprint hurdles, while Gabriel Akin recorded a good 6.59 in the long jump.
Harrow's Southern League men's team made a good start to their 2008 campaign by winning the opening fixture at Walthamstow.
European masters multi-events champion Andy Lewis was in sparkling form, winning the shot with a new Club veterans record of 12.99 and also scoring good points in the 200 metres and long jump.
Richard Carr returned to competition after injury and won the long jump with an excellent 6.57 leap.
Joshua Wood and Jim Cooper clocked up wins in the 100 metres and 5000 metres respectively.
James Chapman took the hammer with 37.83, and Theo Burton won the discus with 34.59 metres.
Adam Bowden made a strong start to his summer season by taking second spot in the British Milers Club 1500 metres at Watford.
He finished behind fellow international Neil Speight, but was ahead of three other internationals, in the excellent early season time of 3.46.14.
Peter Norris was close to his best in clocking 4.00.37 for second place in the B race, just ahead of Mark McIntosh, who recorded 4.02.64.