Alice Forster, Lucy Dowsett and Suzi Boast scooped victories for Cambridgeshire at the SEAA Under-15 and Under-20 Inter Counties Match at Watford, with podium finishes for Laura Bass, Jonathan Edwards and Max Everest.
In the under-20 women's shot-put, Cambridge & Coleridge's Forster threw 10.94m to beat Suffolk's Sam Milner by 21cm.
Club-mate Dowsett clinched a resounding victory in the 1,500m. She passed the winning line in 4min 32.57sec, with Hertfordshire's Hannah Walker four seconds behind, in 4:36.8.
St Neots-based Boast's triumph was equally as impressive in the 800m. She clocked 2min 11.47sec for first, with Middlesex's Hannah Pollak second in 2:15.88.
Edwards set a personal best of 12.33m for second place in the shot-put, but it was the Hunts AC athlete's display in the hammer that went down in history.
Competing in the under-20 men's category, his throw of 41.61m broke his own under-17 club record by more than six metres. And Edwards does not officially enter the age group until next year.Bass was second in the under-20 women's 400m hurdles in 67.88sec and Everest was second in the under-15 boys' 80m hurdles in 11.44sec.
Other finalists included Lauren Sammout, who was seventh in the under-20 javelin (29.22m) and eighth in the long jump (4.86m), Hayley Sayer was fifth in the hammer (37.70m), Zoe Kier ninth in the high jump (1.50m).
In the under-20 men's category, C&C's Chris Morter was fifth in the 100m in 11.14sec, Hunts' Christian Roberts was fifth in the 400m hurdles (58.54sec) and Ben Davies was seventh in the long jump (6.01m).
Hunts' James Downing was 11th in the under-15 boys' 1,500m (4:37.96), while Jessica Fox was ninth in the under-15 girls' long jump (4.57m) and Georgia Woods was fourth in the javelin (32.01m).
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