Hillingdon Table Tennis Club enjoyed a stunning first season in the Wembley & Harrow Summer League.
As a new club they had to start in the lower divisions but all three teams proved too strong for the opposition.
Hillingdon I sailed through the season without losing a single match, led by 15-year-old captain Andrew Hagger who finished the campaign with a 100 per cent winning record.
Hillingdon III won the Division Eight title with Hillingdon II runners-up in the same league.
The success continued as Hillingdon I completed the double by triumphing in the cup competition, Hillingdon III lifted the plate and Bishopshalt School pupil Hagger added the Minor Singles Trophy, which is for individual players in divisions six, seven and eight.
Ruislip 13-year-old Alex Fegredo won the U15 trophy and was runner-up in the U18 competition, before partnering clubmate Jaishil Tolia, who goes to Mellow Lane School, to the runners-up spot in the junior doubles.
The teams were made up of seniors and juniors, to give some of the better juniors experience of competing against older players, but coach Allen Roper admitted: "As it turned out, our juniors finished up teaching some of the adults a thing or two.
"In the six years since the club started at Hayes Stadium, they have expanded their activities year on year.
"They now provide a huge amount of competition and practice, particularly for the junior players, throughout the year."
Most of the club's competitions start in September when the summer holidays finish and the club starts its junior league for boys and girls aged nine to 18, on Saturday, September 3, 10am-12noon at Hayes Stadium. Anyone of any standard is invited to take part because Allen handicaps players according to ability. Anyone unable to make Saturdays can join in the mixed adult and junior sessions on Fridays, 7-9pm.