WILL Warburton led Halton Swimming Club's inform sprinters from the front on the final day of the Cheshire County Championships.
The 16-year-old set three new championship records at Macclesfield.
He took junior (16/u) titles at 50m freestyle, backstroke and breaststroke.
Will's freestyle time was also a national qualifying time. Later, he added the 50m butterfly title to his gold-medal haul.
The ladies' backstroke is always a strong event for Halton and Lucy Myler gave a great effort for gold in the 16 years age group.
Louise Wallbank did likewise in the 15 years age group which saw Anna Navis capture her first county gold - in the 50m breaststroke.
Ellie Newby, 12, powered out in the 50m freestyle for another Halton win.
Silver medals went to Katie Scutt (13 years breast-stroke), Sadie Smith (11 years breaststroke), Jess Wainwright (14 years butterfly) and Ellie Newby (12 years butterfly).
And as Halton showed their strength at the sprint events, Andy Matthews (16 years freestyle and butterfly) and Rebecca Reese (14 years breaststroke) took bronze.
The relays saw more success.
A great 4x100m medley gold went to the ladies' open-age team of Louise Wallbank, Katie Holmes, Lucy Myler and Sarah-Louise Banner.
But it was the boys 15/16 years team of Will Warburton, Andy Matthews, Jack Steele and Martin Bossom who shone.
They won gold for both medley and freestyle events, despite strong competition from City of Chester and Bebington.
In one of Halton's best ever relay meets, silver medals went to the girls' open-age freestyle, men's open-age freestyle, boys 13-14 year freestyle and medley.
Bronze medals were secured by the men's medley plus the ladies' 4x50m medley and freestyle.
In the age group category, Halton finished 7th over all and in the senior competition the club was fourth.