Most Quakers headed south in search of points as the latest championship race took place.

Lisa Jenkins heading round the country lanes on the Snake Lane race.

The Snake Lane 10 mile race was held in and around the village of Pocklington, where the fairly flat course enabled several runners to set new personal bests. Dawn Richardson completed the route in 1:03:58 (and first in her age category) followed by Brian Martin (1:07:03 and third in his age category), Tom Chapman (1:10:16), Brian Mclaren (1:15:45), Andrew Dixon (1:18:12, PB), Ian Hart (1:18:48), Rob Gillham (1:19:35), Julie Russell (1:20:21, PB), Mike Watson (1:21:25), Wendy Colling (1:22:46), Viv Hardwick (1:23:51), Claire Chapman (1:25:43), Darren Alderson (1:28:43, PB), Sandra Martin (1:29:12), Juliette Mclaren (1:32:19), Hannah Alderson (1:33:40), Helen Clarke (1:35:29), Brian Cowton (1:36:43), Gillian Cowton (1:36:43), Hayley Wooding (1:46:54), Lisa Jenkins (1:48:45) and Lee Morris (1:51:09).

Three headed over to Dufton for the High Cup Nick fell race, a 9.3 mile route taking in 1500 feet of climb. David Aiken completed the very undulating route in 1:46:32 along with Emily Beaumont (2:00:17) and Rebecca Bowes (2:12:34).

Chris Minto was the sole Quaker at the fifth race in the Tees Trail Winter 5K series held at Holme House, completing the very muddy route around the outskirts of the prison in 23:19.

Over in north Wales, Stuart Hardcastle took part in the Ruthin 10K, completing the route in 49:07 and coming third in his age category.

In the Saturday morning parkruns, Dave Jones finished at South Park in 18:57 followed by David Matthew (20:36), Ed Griffiths (22:34), David Whittle (22:53), John Whitaker (23:19), Stuart Masterman (24:25), Gary Read (24:50), Graham Park (25:07), Lisa Bowerbank (25:21), Peter Rowley (25:31), Andrew Vernon (25:37), Rob Gillham (26:06), Julie Bell (27:51), Tony Smith (28:04), Stephen Moore (28:07), Jo Meynell (28:08), Kathryn Gray (29:01), Mark Blewitt (29:04), Richard Hughes (29:18), Rachel Maddison (29:39), Martin Mcgregor (30:04), Bryan Dale (30:17), Kirsty Smith Yates (30:18), Paul Taylor (30:19), Christopher Parsons (30:45), Jes Smith (30:52), Hannah Alderson (30:54), Helen Clarke (30:55), Ian Hart (30:55), Angela Taylor (31:02), Charlie Johnson (31:37), Hannah Stace (31:43), Stuart Burkin (32:25), Michael King (32:49), Bethany Symonds (34:33), Michelle Dale (34:35), Mark Trowles (34:45), Ashleigh Atkinson (35:43), Fiona Dixon (36:14), Sarah Watson (37:53), Sue New (37:54), Lisa Alderson (37:55), Wendy Thompson (41:07) and Andy Walker (44:14).

At Sedgefield, Dave Thompson ran there in 25:42 along with Jeff Marriott (27:21), Richard Payne (28:43), Helen Whiting (34:29), Emma Joyeux (35:08), Jennifer Hardy (35:08), Philippa Rayner (35:09) and Anne-Michelle Whitley (36:36). Ian Scott did the Tees Barrage run in 34:03, Rebecca Dodd ran at Stewart Park in 27:56, Phil Clarke finished at Catterick in 30:15 and Adrian Cottam did the Flatts Lane run in 23:08. At Silksworth, Phil Rutter and Gill Colling finished in 22:50 and 29:03 respectively, Amy Woodcock did the Jubilee run in 39:11, John Mcgrath ran at Tyne Green in 28:09 and Helen Spaven did the Heslington run in 29:09. Further afield, David Ledgerwood ran at Glasgow Victoria Park in 27:22, Kathryn Plant did the Bournemouth run in 28:35 and David Stewart ran at Bushy in 29:18. Rebecca Howard did the Bedgebury Pinetum run in 22:55, Stuart Hardcastle ran at Wepre in 25:51 and Wendy Noble did the Walsall run in 29:16. Flying the flag overseas once again was Claire Wytcherley who did the Studley run in Melbourne, Australia in 26:21.