SHONA Valentine and James Callaghan combined to keep West Cheshire AC on track for promotion in the National Young Athletes Track and Field League.
The duo claimed athlete of the match awards after helping their club finish second behind hosts Bolton in the third round of the weekend's Division One contest.
Shona bagged a grade-three triple-jump distance of 9.42m for victory in the Under 17 ladies competition, and James secured a grade-two distance of 13.47m for success in the U17 men's shot.
James also added maximum points from the hammer (29.62m), and the discus (34.88m) alongside Gareth Preston who provided back-up with B event victories from the discus (21.79m), shot (8.99m), and javelin (27.80m).
Andrew Whitton (12.75m) and Matthew Kenny (10.92m) combined for victories in the A and B U17 men's triple jump competition.
Whitton and Kenny were joined by Callaghan and Louis Humphreys for success in the sprint relay.
Aamir Walwyn (24.6) and Nick Rushton (25.2) secured success in the U15 boys 200m races, before Nick (60.0) and Aidan Stoakley (64.5) won their 400m races.
Tom Booth won the B javelin event with 17.08m, and Aamir Walwyn hit a winning long jump distance of 4.68m.
Michael Lyness (1.65m) and Alex Haswell (1.50m) won A and B high jump competitions, and Michael cleared 2.30m for success in the pole vault.
Tom Williams (14.5) and Aaron Walwyn (15.8) combined for victories in the U13 boys 75m hurdles races, and Aaron won the B 200m in 31.7 seconds.
They were joined by other U13s point scorers Joseph O'Riordan, Bradley Edwards, Sam Pierre-Louis and Ben O'Riordan.
Rachel Stoakley celebrated a double success from the U17 ladies 100m (13.2) and 200m (27.1) races.
She was supported by Daisy Flynn-Piercy who won the B 100m (13.3).
Other members of West Cheshire's U17 ladies squad included Emily Done, Becky Grimes, and Shona Valentine.
Flynn-Piercy, Stoakley, Done and Valentine grabbed sprint relay victory in 52.3 seconds.
Abbi Kirk grabbed victories in both the U15 girls 100m (14.1) and 200m (27.7) alongside B 100m winner Sam Galley (13.8) and B 200m winner Bryony Potter (27.3).
Laura Stott (1.45m) and Gemma Mayled (1.30m) scored success in the high jump, while Emily Fisher (27.30m) and Danielle Bentley (24.15m) secured victories in the javelin, and Emily Clark won the B shot (7.44m).
Kirk joined Galley, Potter and Bentley to secure a 53.3 seconds sprint relay success.
Leah Ferrie won both the U13 girls 75m (10.7) and 150m (21.3), alongside B 150m winner Jenni Potter (23.1), who also claimed the 70m hurdles (13.0) title.
Danielle Erskine (3.79m) won the B long jump, alongside Abbi Noble, with Emma Johnson providing important point-scoring back-up.
Meanwhile, Ferrie, Noble, Erskine, and Potter raced to victory in the sprint relay (57.1).