WINDSOR, Slough, Eton & Hounslow (WSEH) Athletics Club dominated the Southern Athletics League match at the weekend.

Their winning score of 250 points was exceptional and left Thames Valley Harriers (215), Medway (187) and Colchester (175) in their wake.

On the track, a combination of seasoned and up-and-coming ladies were impressive, winning 11 of the 16 events and placing second in a further four.

In the short sprints, Harriet Jones, Jess Armah and Step Clitheroe took clear victories, all in times close to their personal bests.

When they came together with Kennedy Bays for the 4x100m relay, their prowess and experience was truly evident, leaving the other squads in their wake.

The flat 400m and 400m hurdles were contested by the experienced Emily Barrett, along with Under-20 athletes Becky Watkins and Ellie Cleveland, for another clean sweep.

Cleveland gained the English Schools National Championships qualifying time and Watkins broke the 60-second barrier in her first outing over the 400m.

There was similar success in the endurance races. Eloisa Harris plus Alice Flint and Maya Hodgson plus Abi White won both strings of the 800m and 1,500m steeplechase respectively.

Not to be outdone, the field athletes achieved a succession of victories too. Temi Ojora and Jodie Smith outclassed their opposition in the high jump.

Liska Nowers and Megan Morris won the pole vault, while Naomi Phillips and Klaidia Walas were victorious in the triple jump.

The throws squad was led by master athletes Barbara Norris and Janet Smith, who led the younger ones to an impressive points tally for the team.

There was an impressive javelin victory for Calia Logan-Griffin in her first competition with the senior weight implement.

The men’s section of the event started without multi eventer Peter Moreno, who had to pull out of the match after badly gashing his hand.

The team prevailed however, led by stalwarts Reiss Durban-Davison and Jamal Clarke, who rallied the remaining athletes to good effect.

Clarke was rewarded with a win in the 400m, followed by equalling his 200m best.

A young endurance squad showed the opposition a clean pair of heels with Dominic McDougall plus Alfie Spear and Dylan Spencer plus Charlie Kershaw victorious in the 800m and 1,500m respectively.

In the 3,000m race, Will Barnicoat was victorious and Sam Hodgson placed second, both gaining PBs in the process.

A mainly youthful team on the field were not fazed by some of their senior opponents. Oscar Wiking and Lionel Owona achieved a one-two in the high jump.

Sam Challis and Kam Lambert excelled in the long and triple jump, while Abe Melbourne won the pole vault.

A more mixed bag in the men's throwing events was capped by first and second place finishes in the hammer by Iain Botting and Luke Norris.

The successful day was crowned by WSEH totally outclassing the other clubs in both strings of the newly-introduced mixed (two men and two ladies) 4x400m relay.