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With no major races in the area last weekend members of Prestatyn Running Club turned to Parkruns to stretch their legs.
A total of 19 members turned out in four different venues, with some excellent results.
At Bodelwyddan Steve Skates and Josh Cerefice made it 1-2 for the club, Steve repeating his victory of the previous week.
Placings: 1 Steve Skates 18.37, 2 Josh Cerefice 19.22, 7 Steve Stocker 21.16, 23 Helen A shworth 24.53, 27 Steve Broan 25.33, 40 Mike Pearson 27.58, 47 Andrew Aitken 28.11, 66 Jackie Pottle 31.55.
After a pb the previous week Andy Clark had set himself a target of breaking 23 minutes at Conwy and he did so by eight seconds. Results: 49 Andy Clark 22.52, 70 Martin Gill 24.02, 105 Bill Scriven 25.46, 267 Helen Parry 41.59.
Jenna Bagnall was 15th overall and first lady home at the Wepre run in Connah’s Quay, clocking a pb of 23.09.
Ellesmere Port Parkrun: 8 Steve WQeedman 21.27, 41 Debbie Weedman 29.17, 49 Emma Birchall 30.04, 64 Julie Evans 35.00, 65 Duncan Longley 35.01, 69 Janice Price 36.36.
Last week three members travelled to Fron, near Caernarfon, for the first of this year’s Tuesday Night Series of fell-races, traditional short season-opener at Moel Tryfan.
Lois Lee, running for St David’s College, had a superb run, coming 37th overall in 23.05. Steve Brown was 92nd in 28.16 and Helen Alefounder, having a rare outing on the hills, 126th in 36.32.
Next Sunday several members will take on a new challenge, the Coastal Half-marathon from Colwyn Bay to Prestatyn along the cycletrack.