Barbara, who took the Merseyside title by 600 yards, and Margaret, who won the Cheshire with a similar margin, bring home the two titles for a new club record. It is the first time that the club can boast two county champions.
Sue Lloyd compounded the club's prominent position in women's athletics with a third place in the Merseyside championships.
The boys' team finished in the twenties to give them a fourth place in the boys/youth race.
Chris Preston, resting from hammer throwing, putt the shot 11 metres 71, a personal best and enough to move him to sixth.
The strange combination of 600 metres and high jump proved successful for Bill Jones. He was third in the high jump with six feet one inch and clocked up a creditable sixth in the 600 an unusual event for him.
The Sunday track meetings at Kirkby are well suited to Wallasey Athletic Club who had several high finishes: Mike Tunstall sped the 1,500 in 4:35 for second. P. Ashby came sixth. T. Bond seventh and Bill Innes fifteenth.
Results were Mike Tunstall 7 min 43; Wright 7 mins. 44; P. Ashby 8 mins. 18.