George Kerry had a winning return as Ealing Southall & Middlesex AC impressed at the third Youth Development League match.
Kerry stormed to victory in the 1500m, one of the 20 events won by the U13 and U15 squads, as the team producing an array of personal best performances.
ESM finished the match fifth out of six, but only 65 points off second spot at Hemel Hempstead.
The U15 boys squad were especially strong, winning half their events and concluding with a resounding victory in the 4x100m relay.
The warm weather at Hemel Hempstead favoured the sprinters, and new addition to the squad Phoenix Lyon took full advantage in the U15 100m, clocking up a PB of 11.7 seconds.
Tyrik Banza, another promising newcomer, won the B string 100m race in 12.2.
In the 200m, Reade Owen and Daniel O'Sullivan both set PBs of 24.6 and 25.2 respectively, while Reef Hook won the 300m in a PB of 38.5 and O'Sullivan secured a second PB with a discus throw of 20.23m.
Naoki Kanai proved a fine back-up for Kerry, winning the 1500m B race with a PB of 5:03.0.
The squad proved just as capable in the field, Lucas Sheehan finished third in the high jump A event, with a PB of 1.45m, while Maateo Vao won the B event with 1.40m.
Sheehan also finished the A string hammer event in first place, and Freddie Scarborough won the B event.
The U15s recorded victory through Hook in the shot putt, with a PB of 9.91m while Luke Miller threw the javelin a winning 39.15m.
The U13 boys too had some stand out performances, Louis Clow stormed to victory in the 75m hurdles, finishing in 13.3 while Kirk Lebdiri set a PB of 6:07.5 in the 1500m.
With only four members, the U13 girls squad demonstrated their multi tasking ability, both Sarah Freegard and Anisa Ibrahim set two PB's, Freegard recording 3:14.7 in the 800m B race and 3.35m in the long jump.
Ibrahim finished with a 4:25.2 in the 1200m and threw 4.42m in the shot putt event.
Lucy O'Brien ran a controlled race to win the 800m in 2:32.8, while Ines Maret's javelin throw of 11.59m was her best to date.
For the U15 girls, sprinter Laura Davies recorded 13.0 in the 100m and 28.5 in the 200m, while Hannah Thurston won the 300m in 42.7 and the long jump with 4.57m.
Nicola Ravenhill won the 1500m in 5:15.4 and two others finished with multiple PB's, Laura Stewart, 47.3 in the 300m and 14.1 in the 75m hurdles, and Maryam Hussain recorded 2:46.3 in the 800m and 4.87m in the shot putt.
Meanwhile, the U20/U17 squads continued the success finishing third out of six in the YDL match at Perivale.
Again the women impressed with a number of wins and PBs, Eldika Edwards won the U20 100m in 12.6 and the 200m in 26.2.
Siobhan Drummoned produced two PBs, winning the U20 discuss throwing 35.15m and recording 28.41m in the Javelin.
Erica Wallace threw a PB of 18.49m in the Javelin B event, while Kamile Bykovaite won the U20 triple jump and Lara Kotecha triumphed and set a PB in the B event.
Three of the clubs U17 women took home gold: Wallace ran 2:24.2 in the 800m, Georgia Dee took maximum points in the B race, and Yasmine Ferguson threw a winning shot putt of 11.37m.
Mukhtar Farah recorded the only victory for the men, winning the U17 800m, but Joel Wynter did manage to record a PB of 12.5 in the U17 100m.
D'Yon Christopher proved a valuable points scorer for the team, finishing second in the U20 100m, 200m and 400m.