Junior members of Team Kennet Athletics Club made a strong start to the Oxford Athletics League after finishing second overall in the eight-club match.
Only host club Oxford City beat them at Horspath at the weekend, with some impressive results across the board in the different age groups and disciplines.
Both the under 15 and under 17 boys won their age groups.
In the under 17s, Stuart Bladon starred as he picked up wins in the high jump and the shot, before narrowly missing out in the 400m and having to settle for second.
Ryan Cannons had a good day after winning the 800m and ending runner-up in the long jump, while there were also victories for Josh Livingstone, Daniel Hockaday and Tait Weekes.
The under 15s took full control in the throws, with Harry Booker and Oliver Gregory both winning in the shot and discus, while Oliver Bazin recorded two good second places in the 300m and 800m.
Things were a bit tougher for the under 13s but there were still some good showings, with Gabriele Warley and Matthew Jones getting a double win in the high jump, and Colin Sinclair in the javelin.
There were also second places from Euan Every and Oliver Humphrey in the discus, Kian Hockaday in the javelin, and Humphrey again in the 100m.
The under 15 girls came closest to winning their group, helped by some solid performances from some of their more experienced talents.
Anna Pettit cruised to wins in the 300m and 800m while Anna Montagne took victory in the 200m.
More success came in the throwing events from Phoebe Hoaen and Sophie Wheadon in the javelin, the same duo in the discus, and Chloe Collins in the shot.
There were no wins in the under 13s group, but Annelise Gale shone as she came second in the 800m, while Beth King matched that result in the 1,500m.
A few more podiums came out of the under 17s group, with Kira Angell winning the javelin and getting second in the sprint hurdles and the high jump.
Charlotte Booker had a win in the discus and a second place in the javelin while Rosa Lawrence won the 1,500m and took silver in the shot.