Newbury Athletic Club secured their highest ever finish in the Southern Athletics League after a tied-third result in their final fixture in Aldershot on Saturday.
They finished the season fifth in Division Two West following a close battle with Aldershot, Farnham and Wycombe in their last league match.
Newbury’s throwers were in top form, with Jamie Kuehnel and Bob Broadbridge producing a clean sweep of points in the hammer, shot putt and discus.
The mother and daughter combo of Jenny and Trinity O’Connor also paired well for two double victories in the pole vault, clearing 2.10m and 2.60m respectively.
On track Matt Davies was in dominant form in the hurdles to win in a time of 62.3 seconds, while Wayne Lillis took the B-string victory.
And Harry Russell made a strong return from injury to win the 400m in a new personal best time of 50.2 seconds.
Elsewhere, Charlotte Payne claimed the gold in the hammer at the South of England Championships on Saturday.
Her throw of 59.09m was a new championship record, and she followed it up with bronze in the discus the following day.