Team Kennet were forced to settle for second place as they finished just 1.5 points behind Division 3 South West leaders Plymouth.
It was a strong performance from Team Kennet, the ladies’ throwers impressing in particular as they only dropped one point after wins for Alisha Bradford, Charlotte Booker, Deborah Montgomery and Kira Angell.
Izzy Hole produced a storming race to win the 1,500m steeplechase in a time of 5:46.3.
For the men, there were double wins in the triple jump and the long jump, while the 4x400m relay team also took a victory.
However, Team Kennet were able to take a convincing win in the second match of the Oxford Junior League on Sunday.
The under-15 girls won their section after only dropping two points on the field events.
Sophie Wheadon picked up three wins in the shot, discus and javelin, a feat matched by Phoebe Hoaen in the javelin, discus and 800m.
Ellie Armstrong also tasted success in the high jump and shot, with further victories for Poppy Bladon, Anais Taank, Anna Montagne, Chloe Collins and Amy Russell.
The under-17 women also won their age group, but it was a bit tougher for the men as the under-17 and under-15 teams had to settle for second place finishes.