In-form Brian Leach recorded his second victory in a week when he won the Hillingdon Triathletes evening orienteering race.
Leach and partner John Lyall amassed 200 points to finish ahead of solo competitor Richard Nash, who was second despite breaking his glasses, after he recorded a quicker time to edge out the pairings of Andy Sharpe and Briony Hill, and Tom Korff and Simon Claridge, with all managing 170 points.
Roger Fowkes managed fifth place on his debut followed by the quartet of Dave Knight, Stuart Reilly, Melissa Arkinstall and Louis Jordan, with John Mulliner, Jason Steel and Errol Ramnath in seventh.
Tina Patel, Moira Smith and Nick De Samurese were next in, ahead of Andy Mansi and Tony Bennett, with debutantes Diane and Lesley Birchett completing the top 10.
Soloist Nick Wilson was 11th with Mike and Pamela Swain in 12th.
Paul Miller of Action Bikes Ruislip recorded an easy win in the latest mountain bike/trail quest event, beating Nick Manthorpe into second and Dean Rick-etts and Simon North into third.
Martin Bowd just edged out Ashley Burrows and Dave Cole pipped Graham Pettitt for sixth place.
Colette O'Neil stormed to victory in the women's event at Hillingdon Triathletes' final duathlon of the season at the Hillingdon Circuit.
Trailing after the first run she produced a strong leg on the bike to establish a commanding lead which she maintained on the final run.
Clubmates Debbie Manners finished fifth, Gillian McAllister was seventh, Holly Grundon was 14th, Christine Meek came 18th and Gemma Riddle was 19th.
Adam Bowden came late to snatch the men's title after he completed the final one mile run in just 4mins 26secs to pip Roger Fowkes and Tom Korff.
Ian Gould was the leading vet in fourth with Simon Claridge the third vet, 14th overall. Oliver Jones (eighth), Daniel Thompson (ninth) and David Micklewright (21st) completed the Triathletes contingent.