FIFTEEN Burnden members took the trip to Centre Vale Park in Todmorden for the third race in the Red Rose Cross Country League.

Six ladies ran in the 5k race with Sarah Watton first to finish in a time of 27mins 20secs, while Liz McLellan (28:47) and Gwen Kinloch (29:04) both finished in third place in their respective categories.

Nine men took part in the 10k race with Burnden's cross country captain, Paul Duke, leading the way with a time of 47:00.

William Thomas was first vet-60 in a time of 47:52 and Andy Dunleavy finished third in 54:11.

Other results: Ladies' 5k – Vicki Hamer 31:23, Liz Hopley 37:24, Cheryl Dunleavy 44:35; Men's 10k – Peter Hopley 49:14, Andy Duffy 51:32, Mark Cannon 55:17, David Smith 57:57, Ged Turner 59:47, Andrew Warburton 1:00:29.

Sarah Woodiwiss took on the Warrington Way Ultra on Saturday, the 40-mile route starting from Lymm.

The route circumnavigated Warrington and saw 231 other Ultra runners take part.

Woodiwiss completed the ultra in 10:72:42.

Gillian Morris warmed up for Sunday's Run Heaton Park 10k by first walking 15 miles on Saturday, taking part in the Santa's Jingle all the way, walking from Chorley to Rivington Pike and back raising money for Derian House.

She finished the 10k on Sunday in a time of 56:51, coming second in her age category.

On the Lytham coast, members took part in the Windmill Remembrance 10k and first home for Burnden was Kate Ellis (47:08).

Trevor Eagle gained a personal best, finishing in 1:15:05.

Other results: Diane Wylie 55:39, Claire Yates 1:02:34, Luke Newell 1:30:13.