Hercules Wimbledon Athletic Club's Southern Women's League team ended their season at Reading on a high note.

Fielding their largest-ever team, Hercules scored their highest number of points for many years.

Teenager Emily Martin gained an individual hat-trick in the senior 200m, high jump and shot but posted three no-jumps in her specialist event, the long jump.

She ended the day by linking up with Laure Caussemille and sisters Flo and Amandine King to anchor Hercules Wimbledon to second in the sprint relay.

Caussemille won the senior 100m, 100m hurdles and B high jump.

Flo King took the senior discus and finished third in the 200m with sister Amandine second in the B 400m.

Jennifer Fernando won the 400m and won the 400m and was second in the 800m before linking up with twin sister Rosemary, Amandine King and Hannah Long to win the 4x400m relay.

Rosemary Fernando was second in the 1500m and third in the B 100m, while Long gained vital points by finishing second in the B 800m and third in the shot and B discus.

The best U15 performances came from Ali Borthwick, who won the B 100m and A high jump.

International race walker Estle Viljoen, who is unable to participate in her speciality due to injury, took part in the Bushy Park 5km time trial and finished third woman in 20 minutes 38 seconds.

On Saturday, Hercules host the Surrey Road Relay Championships from Wimbledon Park athletics track (noon).