Thames Valley Harriers were the hosts for the fourth match in the North West London Young Athletes League on Saturday.
Having been originally cancelled last month because of a flooded course, this re-arranged fixture took place in almost perfect conditions and the Valley held their club championships in conjunction with the event.
The first race was the U11 girls' 1,200m. Millie Bradbury of Ealing Southall & Middlesex and Eve Goodhart of Thames Valley are vying for the title of League Champion. After the four races so far, they have each won two.
Bradbury has been better on the firmer ground of the first and fourth races, while Goodhart won the second and third races in heavier conditions.
It now all hinges on the last race on March 28 at Hendon. In this race, Bradbury won in 6.28 to Goodhart's 6.41. Goodhart had the consolation of being TVH club champion.
Second in the club championships was Annabel Morgan, who finished the race in 13th position with 7.29.
Jude Lewis won bronze and was 20th in the race with 8.08.
Also claiming a second place was U11 boy Joe Cooper, with 8.30, which won him the club gold medal. In silver position was Alex Hampshire (eighth overall in 9.08).The bronze went to Samuel Bernard who was 14th (9.40).
In the U13 girls race, Aneta Jaskulska was third in 8.57, her best league result of the season, to become club champion.
Sasha Ritchie, a new member of the club, doing stamina training for her sprinting, won silver in seventh place (9.22) and Sophia Aquistapace, ninth overall (9.24), the bronze.
The U13 boys were led home by Archie St Aubyn in ninth place with 11.00. Sam Cooper had a good run to finish 20th (12.31) and Balal Toumi won bronze with 27th place (14.03).
Sasha Tory and Katherine Spooner had a battle not only to win the club championship but the U15 girls' race as well. Although crossing the line together, the race was awarded to Tory with Spooner sharing her time of 11.00.
At the back of the field, Katie Smith was 11th (15.18) and brought the team home in first position.
In the U15 boys' race, Kyle Kenrick had one of his best races of the winter to finish 13th in 16.44 (gold). Nabil Toumi came away with silver after finishing 24th (19.41).
In the U17 men's race, Matt Myers finished strongly to gain third place in 18.09.
Another win for Joanna Mobed in the U17 women's race was made easier by the lack of opposition, but she gave a good race to the U15 boys she was running against at the same time. Her time was 16.39, beating the second woman by three and a half minutes.