THE culmination of the primary school sports season saw 20 Cheshire schools compete against each other at West Cheshire AC's Stan-ney Oaks home.
The event was organised by Chester and District Schools Athletics Association who enlisted the help of West Cheshire AC volunteers to start and judge competitions.
Each year group had its own competitions, with one point for competitors who reached a final, a bonus point for third place, two points for second and three for first.
Saughall's Thomas Wedge School won the event with Upton Heath second and Huntington third.
Star performers included Tessa McCormick who won the Year 6 girls 800m for Upton Heath and Alice Jennings of St Werburgh's and St Columba's School who took first place in the Year 6 girls 75m sprint.
For Thomas Wedge, who retained the title they won last year, Adam Howell won the Year 6 boys 800m and Simon Rollins landed a fine 4.8m in the long jump.
'It was a great event for Thomas Wedge but it was a great event for all the schools involved,' said Andrew Hetherington, a teacher at Thomas Wedge and one of the organ-isers.
'There were around 400 parents there and the atmosphere was extremely positive with everyone getting big cheers.
'Thanks also to West Cheshire AC who provided volunteers to help run the events and offer an impartial view of any close finishes.
'The club also allowed us to use their facilities free and it gave the pupils an opportunity to compete on a proper track and with good facilities, added Mr Hetherington.'