Jimboomba athletes have returned from a Bundaberg carnival with a bag full of medals.
Hailey Herewini spearheaded the Jimboomba charge, winning four golds.
She took home first in the javelin, discus, shot put, and high jump, in the under 15s division.
Alex Hamilton won gold in the triple jump and 400 metres in the under 16s.
He bagged silver in the 100m and 200m.
Amelia Lowe, in the under 8s, won gold in the 70m, 100m and 200m.
She was second in the 60m hurdles and long jump.
Chase Hamilton nabbed bronze in the 1100m walk, in the under 10s.
Oliver Lowe won the 100m and 70m, and was second in the 60m hurdles and 200m, in the under 10s.
He finished third in the handicapped gift race for all ages.
Jackson Rushton, in the under 17s, was first in the 100m and second in shot put and discus, and third in the long jump.
He finished fourth in the gift race, just behind teammate Lowe.
Mason Suckling, competing in the under 9s, won gold in the 60m hurdles and grabbed bronze in the 200m.
Max Suckling was second in the 700m walk, and Connor Toney was third in the under 12s 800m.
Peyton Sturm just missed on the podium in multiple events.
The club returns to Friday night competition this week at its Henderson Road headquarters.
Jimboomba's carnival is set down for November 28.
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