TWO new records were set as Windsor, Slough, Eton & Hounslow AC's youngsters continued the defence of their National Young Athletes League title on Sunday.
The U17 4x300m relay squad of Laura Burke, Georgia Taylor, Leah Barrow and Georgia Lamothe set a new league best of 2mins 43.1secs, beating the old mark by three seconds.
And George Butler set a new club best in the U13 200m, clocking 25.3secs to beat the old record, set almost two decades ago, by 0.6secs, before winning the 100m too. Another U17s relay team - Rikki Letch,
Connor Vine, Elliot Woolmer and Seamus Burke - also came close to the club record, but settled for victory in the event.
All of which helped WSEH to a narrow nine-point victory over Premier Division title rivals Enfield & Haringey, and kept up their unbeaten run in this season's competition.
Isleworth star Ryan Barrett helped the U17s rack up the points in the field, winning the discus in 41.84m and coming second in the shot behind team-mate Alistair Webber, whom he just beat to the discus title, throwing 11.24m. There were also maximum points in the long jump for David Harvey and Alex Peden, with Peden going on to claim joint-first in the high jump and Charlie Smith winning the B triple jump.
On the track, there were double wins in the 800m and 1,500m for Woolmer, Vine, Gari Brown and James Bennington.
Another double success came in the U15s discus for Cameron Crawford and Gurlal Randhawa, while Cameron Todd-Ferguson won the 1,500m B.