Team Kennet rounded out their Oxfordshire Junior League season in style by winning the final match and the overall title to cap a superb campaign for the club.
The season reached its conclusion on Sunday in Banbury, with the final match of three taking place at the North Oxfordshire Academy.
Once again it was another dominant day in the throws, with Team Kennet’s under-13 boys not dropping a single point in them.
Oliver Ford picked up gold medals in each of the javelin, shot, and discus, while Kian Hockaday matched the feat in the first two and Oliver Absolom in the latter.
And there were further podium places for Team Kennet to celebrate in the high jump, 800m, hurdles and 200m as the under-13s narrowly won their age group.
The under-15 boys had to settle for second in their team standings, but once again enjoyed more success in the throws.
Harry Booker and Oliver Gregory were on top form as usual as the duo claimed the discus and shot titles, while Oliver Bazin took a convincing win in the long jump and the relay team picked up a well-earned victory.
James Hills was the star in the under-17 men’s category after he triumphed in all three of the throws, while Daniel Hockaday sprinted to a 100m triumph.
For the girls, the under-17s were pipped to second place on the day by the narrowest of margins – just one point.
Kira Angell produced wins in the javelin and high jump, and almost made it a hat-trick but had to settle for runners-up spot in the 80m hurdles. Rosa Lawrence also won in the 1,500m.
The under-15 girls also tasted success in the 1,500m with Lucy Wells winning the gold with a time of 5:05.6, while Chloe Collins came second in the shot after clocking up a 7.66m throw.
They came fourth in their age group, a result matched by the under-13 girls.
Lottie Absolom picked up the group’s sole A-string win in the discus, while Annelise Gale was the winner of the B-string shot.
And in the younger age groups, Team Kennet saw their under-nine and 11 teams take home the overall boys’ and girls’ Quad Kids titles.