BURNDEN’S Anne Ferguson secured two prizes in a hectic few days.

She was 11th overall and first F60 in the women’s race at the Freckleton Half Marathon on Sunday with a time of 1hr 41mins 45secs, just three days after winning her age group in the Two Lads Fell Race, completing the course ninth overall in 45:36.

Lee White was the first member to finish at Freckleton, posting a great time of 1:28:10.

In the women’s race, Gwen Kinloch was sixth overall and first F55 in 1:34:32.

Keith Thomas was second M60 in 1:42:17 and Tony Wall third in the same category with a time of 1:44:58.

Pete Hopley was third M50 in 1:29:07, Jane Forrest second F55 in 1:52:57 and John Edge third M65 in 1:56:37.

Other results:

Gareth Doherty (1:32:48), Richard Pollitt (1:33:03), Marcus Chester (1:34:11), Chris Worthington (1:35:34), Andrew Duffy (1:37:18), Christophe Menand (1:39:43), Sarah Watton (1:43:16), Adrian Ashburn (1:44:56), Marcus Hamer (1:47:20), Ged Turner (1:48:36), Mumtaz Patel (1:49:14), Steven Bate (1:52:12), Linda O’Byrne (1:53:08), Colm O’Brien (1:55:38), Andy Warburton (2:00:40), Lawrence McDonald (2:00:55), Vicki Hamer (2:02:07), Emma Walker (2:05:11), Mark Butler (2:09:15), Jackie Cairns (2:09:35), Louise Wall (2:10:41), Nadia Raza (2:12:11), Diane Wylie (2:17:44), Sarah Woodiwiss (2:17:44), Jane Compton (2:20:31), Debra Hennessey (2:22:35), Nia Bell (2:22:57), Diane Leatherbarrow (2:27:29), Cheryl Dunleavy (2:39:01).

Lyndsay Darbyshire was second F50 in the Two Lads Fell Race in 51:56 while Mark Jackson was the fastest Burnden runner, crossing the line in 44:55. David Morrison completed the course in 56:40.

Steve Nolan was third in the Horwich Festival Trail Race and first M55 in 17:16 and third in the fell race – and first M55 again – in 37:23 to stand second in the joint rankings.

Andy Dunleavy led the Burnden contingent home in the Ice Cream 10k race, as he was first V60 in 49:56. Mark Jackson was second V35 in 50:59 and Phil Glassbrook first V70 in 1:11:29.

Mumtaz Patel (56:33), Cheryl Dunleavy (1:31:43) and Nicola Hardy (1:31:43) completed the Burnden interest.