It was off-roading in Yorkshire for those Quakers that raced last week, with two very different events on the calendar.
The latest championship race took place at Harewood House, just outside Leeds. First home for the club over the multi-terrain 10K distance was David Todd in 43:39, followed by Peter Dodds (50:21), Phill Hall (51:15) and James Simpson (54:26).
Meanwhile in the Yorkshire Dales, those runners who fancied something a bit longer headed to Grassington to complete the Trollers Trot. Over the 12 mile distance, Phill Hall completed the route in 2:19:58, while over the 25 mile distance, Dave Thompson finished in 4:09:22 (and second in his age category), along with Annette Clarke (5:14:50), Gary Read (5:16:21), Gavin Armstrong (5:16:22), Charlie Bogg (5:28:23) and Emily Beaumont (5:47:17).
In the Saturday morning parkruns, Nick Mason finished South Park in 19:08 along with Ewan Henderson (20:45), Graham Park (20:59), Richard Coulson (21:24), David Mclachlan (21:31), David Whittle (22:01), Louise Trainor (22:23), Rob Gillham (23:05), Peter Rowley (23:19), Marc Ellis (23:50), Danny Gordon (24:33), Mark Blewitt (24:37), Sue New (25:33), Alec Cinamon (26:27), Julie Whinn (26:30), Emily Mann (28:25), Duncan O’neil (29:00), Lyn Hatch (29:06), Lee Morris (29:11), Andy Whittam (29:46), Michael King (30:33), Paul Ryan (35:28) and Steven Johnston (41:50).
In Middlesbrough, Dale Chapman completed the run at Stewart Park in 20:12 along with Sarah Watson (26:00) and Andrew Vernon (26:10) while Stephen Moore did the run at Albert Park in 21:47. At Sedgefield, Gill Colling did the run there in 32:23 as did Diane Adkins (34:30) while at Tees Barrage, Paul and Jeanette Appleton ran there in 24:50 and 28:59 respectively. David Todd completed the Hackworth run in 21:23, while down in Birmingham Peter Commane did the Cannon Hill run in 21:26.
Flying the Quaker flag overseas was Rob Dent who completed the parkrun in Copenhagen, Denmark in 20:12.
A focused-looking Richard Coulson at the South Park parkrun