HARROW teams took part in both mini and main London Youth Games boccia events at Westway Sports Centre in North Kensington.
In the mini event, the Harrow team, all children from the Kids Can Achieve group in Pinner, and led by Julie Brown, went through the group stages unbeaten.
In the quarter-finals, Hounslow were dispatched 4-0, setting up a semi-final against Hackney, which they won 3-1.
Unfortunately, Harrow fell just fell short in the final, losing out to Enfield.
But second place from 20 boroughs entered was a fantastic result.
The Harrow team was: Robert Edwards, AJ Kapanza, Abdullah Omer, Mithul Kerai.
The main Games team, made up of pupils from Shaftesbury High School, was young and inexperienced, and lost all three group games against Lewisham, Redbridge and Croydon.
The team, managed by Adam Kielczyk, was: Serena Satija, Clarise Van Der Merwe, Ricki Gami, Jessica Kirby-Jones, Simon Clack, Aaron Ullah, Priyanka Patel, Yash Kakkar.
Harrow's anglers booked their place in the Games final by topping their qualifying group at Tylers Common Fishery in Brentwood with a combined weight of 52lb 9oz.
The team, managed by Peter Coleman, and sponsored by the Fishermans Cabin tackle shop, performed superbly, with Gavin Miller leading the way with 29lb 10oz, which put him in first place on the day, followed by Robert Harding (18lb 10oz) and Sam Bailey (4lb 5oz).
Having finished second last year, team manager Syd Misra had high hopes for Harrow's badminton team, and they started well in their qualifier at the Sobell Leisure Centre, beating both Westminster and Camden 5-0.
But, in the decider against Merton, a 3-2 defeat sent Harrow home.
The kayak slalom team, led by Ralph Lee, failed to qualify at the London Regatta Centre in Royal Albert Docks.
In their respective groups, Chloe Abrahams was 16th, Shahid Wahab 13th, and Andrew Theobald seventh.
In the boys volleyball qualifying event, the Harrow team, which is managed by Luke Thomas, and captained by James O'Dowd, beat Kensington and Chelsea, Newham, Enfield, Camden and Haringey, and lost to Barnet, Waltham Forest and Wandsworth.
Although they finished fourth on the day, it wasn't enough to qualify them for the finals.
The team, all from Park High, was: Chris Broad, Nathan Harrod, Sachin Premji, Jamie Lloyd, James O'Dowd, Mark Buckley, David Lloyd, Kyle Bradshaw, Bhavesh Pindoria and Rahul Bissonauth.