There was much to celebrate for Windsor, Slough, Eton & Hounslow AC over the weekend when Owain Jones became Welsh Cross Country Champion.
He won his first national title in the senior mens race at Builth Wells by a huge 20-second margin.
However, another WSEH athlete, Rion Pierre, saw his moment of glory stolen by shamed GB sprint star Dwain Chambers at the Birmingham Games.
Pierre ran a brilliant race to win silver in 6.72 secs in the senior mens 60m, just behind Chambers, won having been suspended from the UK team at the Aviva International due to his drug connections, turned up at Birmingham and won in 6.52 secs.
Pierre did later make top spot on the podium after winning the 200m in 21.17 secs, with teammate Nigel Levine not far behind in third in 21.64.
All of which suggests Mark Richardson's club record for the distance of 20.62, which has stood for 12 years, could be broken this summer.
Deji Tobias took home a bronze from the U20 200m (22.22 secs), while in the field, Sophie Upton won the U20 pole vault (3.8m) and former Commonwealth Games champion Julian Golley won the triple jump (16.12m).
WSEH also had two winners at the London Games in Lee Valley, with Shelayna Oskon taking the 400m crown in 56.04 secs and Cath Hall-Jones blitzing the U20 60m hurdles in 9.4 secs.