ELLESMERE Port's sporting stars of the future turned on the style to win five Cheshire Youth Games titles on Saturday.
More than 1,000 youngsters from across the county descended on Ellesmere Port for the annual multi-sports tournament, which was staged at Cheshire Oaks High School and David Lloyd Leisure.
Teams representing Ellesmere Port and Neston performed superbly, winning five of the 16 titles available - more than any of their county rivals.
There was a double for Ellesmere Port in the basketball, with the hoop stars winning the Year 7/8 boys and girls titles.
The Year 5/6 athletics title went the way of the home team while a successful day was rounded off for the borough's teams with wins in the boys hockey and mixed Year 5/6 mini tennis.
Teams contested 10 different sports, including boccia, in which Ellesmere Port finished runners-up.
Sport Cheshire development officer Katherine Culshaw said: 'For the first year since the Games began in 1999, everything was on one site.
'This definitely added to the overall atmosphere as the young people taking part could see how big the event really is and appreciate their achievement in getting this far in their chosen sport.
'As the main organiser of the event, I am really pleased with how smoothly the events ran and would like to thank all the volunteers who gave up their time to help.'