Sweatt was representing Hunts ACs women in their second league outing of the summer at St Albans when triumphing over everything from 100m to 5,000m. Her wave of success began in the 800m A race where she clocked 2:42.2 before stepping up to 5,000m just over an hour later. She won by more than a minute when crossing the finish line in 19:15.4 after a front-running effort in her first attempt at the distance. Eighty minutes after that Sweatt was rubbing shoulders with the sprinters as she clocked her second-best ever time for the 200m 28.9 to win the B race. Then, after an hour of recovery time, she was back on track again to run the anchor leg for the triumphant Hunts AC 4-100m relay squad which also featured Diana Pereira, Siobhan Skinner and Aleta Fraylich. And Sweatt completed her gruelling shift with the third leg for the victorious 4-400m relay outfit along with Amelia Darnell, Skinner and Fraylich. Sweatts supreme effort was a major factor in Hunts ACs second successive runners-up finish overall this season, but she certainly wasnt the only individual to impress. Skinner also raced to 800m success by taking the B race and added the 400m A event to her collection. Fraylich took the B honours over 400m. Liam Hunt was a double-winner over hurdles for the Hunts AC men thanks to a pair of season-best times. He clocked 16.2 over the 110m distance and 66.0 for the 400m event. Joey Croft gave himself an early birthday present, 48 hours before turning 16, when winning the 1,500m in 4:16.1. The next Southern League fixture is at Woodford on June 18 with Hunts AC on course to achieve their target of a top-eight finish in the overall standings.