Nene Valley Harriers pulled off a fine East Anglian League victory at their home track.
With first-place finishes for the senior men and ladies along with the under-15 and under-17 boys, Nene Valley were the dominant club – seeing off the challenge of a strong Norwich team.
Under-15 Lee Addison led the way by winning the 100m in 12:00 and 200m in 24.8 but saved his best for the high jump of 1:80 – moving him up to fourth in the national rankings.
Jack Roffe also secured an under-15 treble in the shot, discus and hammer.
Dave Bush impressed for the senior men with victories in the 110m hurdles, B high jump and B javelin.
At under-17 level Ronald Rawlins pulled off a treble in the 100m, 200m and long jump.
Kai Harrison and Charles Hughes dominated the throws.
Freddie Fraser starred for the under-13 boys by winning the 100m in 13.1. He also won the 75m hurdles and finished as runner-up in the long jump.
Lilly Hughes and Alex Pullen won the A and B 100m for the senior ladies, both with times of 13.00. Pullen also took the B 200m.
Andrea Jenkins was a winner in the discus, javelin and hammer while Tierney Augustine won two throwing events.
Emily Maltby was another multi-eventer who came good with firsts in the 100m hurdles, long jump and triple jump. Beth Denial won the B 100m hurdles and long jump.
Meanwhile, Hannah Molyneaux and William Hughes were both winners in the Northern Championship.
Molyneaux won the under-17 shot with a throw of 13.75 while Hughes was first over the line in the under-17 200m, clocking 22.04.
THREE COUNTIES RUNNING CLUB
KING’S LYNN 5K PARKRUN
Jonny Clark 19:55 (PB), Gary Bligh 20:34, Dave Lawrence 22:02 (PB), Mark Southwood 22:41, Jodie Clark 24:32 (PB), Hannah Chown 26:57 (PB), Jamie-Leigh Dearsley 29:18 (PB), Frances Salter 29:25 (PB), Karen Smith 29:25, Steve Whitelam 29:52, Bethany Lakey-Gathercole 32:08 (PB), Marc Martin 32:08, Justeene Hammond 43:30.
TAMAR LAKES PARKRUN
Colin Apps 23:23, Joely Apps 33:50.
MARCH 5K PARKRUN
Nicole Coughlin 31:48, Adele O’Connor 32:16.