LOSTOCKERS secured two age-group victories at the Old County Tops fell race – a 37-mile ultramarathon that climbs for 10,000 feet and visits the summits of Helvellyn, Coniston Old Man and Scafell.

Albert Sunter and partner Natasha Fellows were first in their age category in a time of 9hrs 53mins 10secs, as were Tony Marlow and Josie Greenhalgh with their time of 10:22:28.

Chris Taylor and Mark Shuttleworth finished in 10:51:55 and Brian Halton and Mike Ernill clocked 11:29:04.

Also in the Lake District were Adam Lowe, who completed his 85th marathon at the Windermere Marathon in a time of 3:54:38, and Gareth Pratt, who came 13th out of a field of 158 at the 5k race.

Paul Lacey, Matt Allen and Sarah Lewarne completed the Great Manchester half marathon in respective times of 1:49:30, 2:00:48 and 2:10:06, while Jennifer Donnellan finished the 10k event in 56:51.

The Worden Park 10k saw Tony Marlow lead home seven Lostockers the day after his Old County Tops heroics in a time of 47:41, followed by Andy Laycock (48:45), Claire Shewbridge (49:02), Paul Speed (54:32), Joanne White (56:50), Karen Taylor (58:23) and Amy Trevor (61:16).

The first Jubilee race of 2019 saw 17 Lostockers head to Rivington with an age-group second place for Sheila Garewal and third places for Tony Maxwell and Rachel Hancock. Other results: James Jackson 33:46, Stuart Hatton 35:17, Gareth Pratt 38:02, Paul Lacey 38:31, Andy Ginty 38:57, Andy Laycock 39:13, Paul Walton 39:31, Kimberley Couper-Weng 40:10, Donna Kelsall 40:59, Tony Maxwell 42:47, Hayley Cooper 43:08, Heather Soden 43:29, Ian Burns 43:58, Jocelyn Chadderton 44:17, Sheila Garewal 47:11, Karen Taylor 47:33.

In the multi-sport arena, Mary White won silver in her age group at the British Triathlon Federation's national championship at Southport to qualify to represent Great Britain at the 2020 European championship, while Alan Mather achieved a personal best at the iconic Slateman Triathlon in Snowdonia.