WINDSOR, Slough, Eton & Hounslow athletes rewrote the club record books both at home and abroad this weekend.
Four new marks were set, while two more club members set a Northern Ireland record and a National Junior League record respectively.
Lawrence Clark got the ball rolling while competing for Great Britain in an U20 international in Germany, beating his own 110m hurdle record.
Meanwhile, back home at the National Junior League meeting at Eton, Ben Reynolds set a new Northern Ireland record of 13.82 seconds in the same event.
Another to get under the European qualifying mark, setting a new U20 decathlon club record in the process, was Ashley Bryant in the National Multi Events Championships in Birmingham, with a score of 7,069 points.
Still in Birmingham, at the British Masters Championship, Neil Griffin equalled the existing GB Vet 60 record in the shot with a throw of 14m21 - also a new WSE&H vet 60 mark.
The final club record and league record went to Martha Reynolds, who was streets ahead of her chasers in the 1500m steeplechase in the match at Eton with a time of 5m08.87 to go top of the national rankings.
The match saw an under-strength WSEH narrowly beaten into second place, despite a string of personal best performances.
In the men's match, Sam Rogers set the tone in the first event of the day the 400m hurdles, finishing second in a time of 57.31.
Max Galliers (10.59) and newcomer Alex Ojo (11.03) both lowered their previous bests in the 100m, while Connor Vine achieved an English Schools qualifying mark of 1 min 58.33 secs in the 800m.
Michael Puplampu jumped 7.00m to beat his previous best in the long jump.
Not to be outdone, the women's match saw Laura Burke clock a pb of 61.89 in winning the 400m hurdles, while Chanel Taite ran third in the 100m in a new best of 12.52.
There were wins for Shelayna Oskan (400m), Vicky Fouhy (800m), and Jenny Yoxall (B string javelin).
And top of the relay events was the ladies' 4x400m, where the team of Jessica Wilkinson, Martha Reynolds, Laura Burke and Shelayna Oskan snatched victory in the last few strides in 3 mins 58.82 secs.