It could be a case of all summer long for Ealing Southall & Middlesex AC.
Even though it’s only halfway through the track season, members have also been out on the dusty roads kicking up a fair cloud of success.
The most impressive result was a win for veteran Pete Flewitt at the Much Wenlock Half Marathon.
The 42-year old smashed the previous course record by 10 minutes, and completed he hilly multi-terrain course in 84:10 - and he did so in front of a legend: Jonathan Edwards just happens to be Wenlock president.
The triple jump world record holder started the race and was there to congratulate Flewitt at the end.
At the Ealing Eagles 10k in Gunnersbury Park more club others rose to the occasion.
Jamie Taylor-Caldwell won the race outright by a minute from Paul Piper of West 4 Harriers, while Fiona Kennedy and Grazine Narviliene led home the ESM women’s team in seventh and eighth after passing a clutch of runners towards the finish, and with third scorer Carol Jones not far behind, won the women’s team.
The Stockley Park 10k in Uxbridge proved another good place to plunder, especially for Steve Elson, who made a welcome return from an Achilles injury to win third, while Mark Delahunty finished 12th.
Darren Halford was less than half a minute outside his personal best for the distance, and the trio duly claimed second team prize.
The icing on the cake was an England call-up for Mel Newbery, who donned a first international vest by representing England at the prestigious Loughborough International.
Newbery finished second in the 3,000m steeplechase with 10:44.79.