HALTON and Frodsham Harrier David Hayes came away from the Cheshire Track and Field Championships as a double gold medal winner.
He clinched victory in the under 15 boys shot with a grade three throw of 11.05m and also won the long jump (4.81m), as well as claiming sixth in the 100m in 13.1 seconds.
The Harriers had several other notable performers at Victoria Park, Warrington.
In the U13 boys section, Thomas Jones bagged two medals. He was third in the 200m (31.9s) and pocketed a silver in the long jump with a best effort of 3.91m.
In the U15 girls events, Amy Pearson claimed bronze in the long jump (4.38m) while also finishing sixth in the 75m hurdles in 14.1s.
Middle distance runner Emma Pyatt was seventh in the 800m (2:33.0) and fifth in the 1,500m (5:17.0), while Emma Scott ran home in seventh in the 200m (30.6s) and 800m (2:49.1).
Field eventer Amy Wright just missed out on a medal in the discus, her throw of 19.84m taking fourth.
It was a similar story in the U13 girls section, where Martha Cottrell was fourth in the 80m (11.9s). Club-mate Emily Pearson was fifth in the same race on 12.0s.
In the 70m hurdles Martha was fourth place in 13.4s and fifth in the long jump with 4.01m. Emily claimed fifth spot in the 70m hurdles.
Emily Ross competed in a host of events – her highest finish being eighth in both the 150m and long jump (3.56m).
Middle distance specialist Kate Merrill had two fine runs. Her fourth place in the 800m was a grade three time of 2:38.2 but she improved on this in the 1,500m with a bronze medal-winning, grade two performance (5:17.4).