WEST Cheshire AC's youngsters are celebrating after clinching promotion at Stretford's Longford Park Stadium.
The club won their final match in the Northern Division One of the National Young Athletes' Track and Field League at the weekend.
And after claiming sufficient points, the youngsters not only won promotion to the Northern Premier Division, but they clinched the league title, subject to scrutiny.
Under 15 duo Aamir Walwyn and Nick Rushton won the men's track and field athlete-of-the-match awards after posting impressive performances.
Walwyn clocked a grade one 200m victory in 24.0 seconds and then secured success in the 100m with a time of 12.1.
Rushton won the field event prize after grabbing a grade three long-jump distance of 5.42m for success alongside Walwyn who won the B long jump (5.30m).
The pair received support in the U15s age group from Tom Booth and Michael Lyness.
Andrew Whitton (11.8) and Gareth Preston (11.8) won the U17 men's 100m races and Whitton added success in the 200m (24.3).
James Callaghan (29.30m) and Alan Littler (15.33m) combined for a double success story in the hammer, before Callaghan (35.30m) joined Tom Whalley (33.10m) for a double act in the discus. The pair teamed up for another double win in the shot with 13.43m and 10.03m respectively.
Alan Littler (1.45m) and Callum Scott (1.40m) bagged a high jump double, while Gareth Preston (5.94m) and Alec Beaney (4.66m) won the long jump. The duo of Andrew Whitton (12.46m) and Matthew Kenny (10.33m) grabbed glory in the triple jump.
The quartet of Bradley Edwards, Michael Willis, Jacques Humphreys and Aaron Walwyn teamed up to score points in the U13 boys events.
Edwards and Willis won the 75m hurdles with times of 16.6 and 17.0 respectively, while Willis cleared 1.33m for victory in the high jump.
Stephanie Owens powered her way to three wins in the U17 ladies age group.
She won the hammer (36.50m), discus (32.71m) with B winner Daisy Flynn-Piercy (14.84m), and shot (8.85m).
Sian Kelman (12.9) and Flynn-Peircy (13.1) won the 100m races, before Emily Done won the B 200m (28.4).
Shona Valentine claimed success in the 300m (45.2), and Becky Grimes won the 800m (2:37.8), before Kerry Riley was first home in the 1500m (5:15.1).
Ruth Pritchard posted 15.0 to win the 80m hurdles before winning the 300m hurdles in 49.7.
Kelman (5.03m) teamed up with Valentine (4.27m) for victory in the long jump, while Riley won the javelin (17.29m).
Abbi Kirk, Gemma Mayled, Emily Clarke, Sam Galley, Sophie Garner, Danielle Bentley, Bryony Potter and Olivia Beaney lined up to score U15 girls' points.
Aamir Walwyn, Nick Rushton, Tom Booth and Alex Haswell won the U15 boys 4x100m (49.8), while the U17 ladies quartet of Daisy Flynn-Piercy, Shona Valentine, Emily Done and Sian Kelman won their relay in 52.0.
Stephanie Owens, Becky Grimes, Ruth Pritchard and Emily Done secured success in the U17 ladies 4x300m in 3:16.1.
Abbi Kirk, Sam Galley, Bryony Potter and Emily Clarke combined to win the U15 girls 4x100m in 53.8, and Leah Ferrie, Abbie Noble, Jenny Potter and Alice Jennings won the U13 girls 4x100m in 57.3.