WILL Jeffery captained England’s juniors to double gold at the World Championships.

Partnering Ipswich’s Ben Clarke, the Horspath Hammer top-scored with 19 points as they beat hosts Poland by one point, with Wales only two behind, to win the pairs event.

Jeffery then became a double world champion when he led the under 18s to World Cup glory.

Alongside fellow Hammer Jack Ellis, who scored 14 points on debut, he led the way with 21 as England narrowly beat Poland again.

Horspath’s Zac Payne won silver with the senior team.

He was also selected as a reserve rider for the pairs as England finished fourth.

Hammers’ Lukasz Nowacki competed in the individual championships, reaching the semi-finals.

A number of test matches were also contested.

Jeffery helped Great Britain’s juniors beat Poland twice, while Payne enjoyed success for the senior side.

Hammers’ team manager Geoff Gamage was also at the championships, helping the women and veteran squads to World Cup glory.