Radley's A team finished their Southern League Division 1 season in style as they won the final meeting at Tilsley Park, putting a dent in the title hopes of Guildford in the process.

In the junior section, Jennifer Sutherland had a great day with personal bests in the 100m (13.9secs) and 800m (2.26.8).

Lucy Paley threw 8.01m in the shot, while Louise Brown won the 75mH in 12.6secs.

In the senior section, Tara Kafke won the 400m in a personal best of 1.00.7, while Lorna King was first in both the 1500m (4.50.8) and 3,000m (10.10.9).

Adeline Kam clocked a personal best of 14.8 in the 100m and Martine Bomb won her 100m hurdles and 400m hurdles races.

Elsewhere, Kay Reynolds won the A string 100m hurdles.

RADLEY B also had a great day, but lost by one point to finish second in Division 3.

Kim Sutherland landed a sprint double in the 100m, clocking 13.9 in the 100m and 29.0 in the 200m.

In the senior section, there were personal bests for Megan Roberts, who clocked 59.6 in the 300m hurdles and Antonia Kam, who ran 28.5 in the 200m.

Abingdon Amblers finished fourth in the same meeting, though they posted a number of first places.

In the junior section, Jemma Gregory won the 200m in 27.4secs, and followed this up with a personal best of 12.4 to win the 75m hurdles.

In the senior section, Katherine Mitchell was kept busy, as she took part in high jump, long jump, discus, javelin, shot and hammer.