BURNDEN scored a triple success at the Mast 10k race up to Winter Hill.

Mark Jackson was first M35 and seventh overall in 46mins 31secs, covering the tough 5k to the mast from Smithills School in 27:59 and coming back down in 18:34.

Andy Dunleavy was close behind, first M60 and eighth overall in 46:37 with Phil Glassbrook first M70 in 63:31.

Robert Bell covered the course in 56:13 followed by Cheryl Dunleavy in 1:18:36, Bill Kelly in 1:37:04, Jennifer Forkin in 1:40:05 and Emma Sleith in 1:40:12.

Gwen Kinloch was first F50 and fifth overall in the women’s event at the second of the four-race Astley Park Trail series in a time of 25:54.

Lyndsay Darbyshire made it a one-two in the F50 category, covering the 7k course round Astley Hall in Chorley in 27:13.

Anne Ferguson was first F60 in 27:22, while Steven Bate (27:50) and Andy Warburton (30:29) completed the Burnden interest.

Sarah Watton was third in the Edgworth 10k women’s race with her time of 47:47, while Kris Worsley crossed the line in 59:32 and Craig Philpot finished in 61:07.

Ed Ashton was the first Burnden runner to complete the iconic Man v Horse race in Llanwrtyd Wells in North Wales, covering the tough 22.5-mile trail course in 3:26:05, coming fourth in the V50 age group.

Andy Staveley was next in 3:45:02, while Keith Thomas was fourth V60 in 3:47:22 ahead of Susan Wood in 5:58:43.

Diane Morrison, Fiona Ashton, Liz Hopley and Pete Hopley competed in the relay event, combining for a time of 5:58:45.

Five members took part in the Leo Pollard Memorial race (formerly the Henderson’s End fell race) with Mark Jackson first to finish in 1:06:26.

Anne Ferguson was next in 1:06:51, followed by Tim Taylor in 1:11:07, Steven Bate in 1:27:58 and Philip Glassbrook in 1:31:03.