WILL Jeffery produced a sensational display for England.

He then capped a superb couple of days with victory in the South of England Individual Championships.

The Horspath Hammer was one of three club members representing their country in the Home International in Ipswich.

Competing in the under 18 event, Jeffery raced to a maximum for the second year running, winning with all four of his rides as England lifted the trophy.

He was joined by Jack Ellis, who also tasted victory as well as recording a second place before getting excluded in his last for a tapes infringement.

Zac Payne, who assists with the under 18 squad, then competed for the England senior side, picking up nine points to help them to overall victory.

Wales finished second in both events, with Ireland third and Scotland last.

Jeffery then showed his quality by lifting the individual accolade at Poole.

He was one of four Hammers in the senior line-up, triumphing in the under 18 category.

Payne also starred, finishing as runner-up in the main event.

Three of the Horspath riders were drawn against each other in the second race of the day.

Elbows were flying as Payne, Lukas Nowacki and George Horsley fought for position at the first corner.

A run of second places saw Payne vying for the championship, but he was forced to take overall second place behind Ben Mould.

However, Jeffery came out on top in the under 18 event.

Going into his final ride, the Horspath man produced a superb passing move to overtake Connor Tucker and claim the crown.