Preston Harriers came out on top in the first match of the Young Athletes League at Cottam Sports Arena.
Harriers were up against Blackpool, Chesterfield, Lancaster and Morecambe, Leeds and Sheffield, who were their nearest challengers.
In the Under-17s Rhiann Beaumont won the javelin, throwing more than 40m for the second time this season.
Lauren Malcharek won the high jump achieving a PB with a jump of 1.60m.
Chloe Unsworth sprinted to victory in the 100m with a PB of 13.2 seconds. She was also victorious in the long jump, while Emily Lupton won the shot.
Joe Crawford won the 200m, Patrick Dever the 1,500m and Jamaine Coleman the 1,500m steeplechase.
Tom Crowe was victorious in the discus, hammer and shot.
In the Under-15s, Eden Ashton had a great day. She posted a lifetime best of 10.8s in the 75m hurdles and just missed out on first position by 0.1s.
Sarah Chadwick won the girls’ discus, Bethany Blackwell ran a grade three performance 1,500m and Molly Melling won the long jump ahead of club-mate Sophie Warden.
Owen Hargrave proved what an excellent sprinter he is by winning the Under-15s boys’ 100m in 11.6s, putting him in the top five in the country.
He also won the 200m in a time of 24 seconds.
Also achieving first positions in the Under-15s boys’ category were Chris Durney in the 1,500m and Bradley Yates in the 300m and 800m.
And in the Under-13s, Dean Tierney achieved a PB and a grade one performance with his fantastic 1,500m, with a time of 4.50.1 which ranks him third in the country in his age group.