THERE were two age-group victories for Burnden at the Trawden 7-mile race.

Gwen Kinloch was first F55 in 55mins 16secs and Anne Ferguson first F60 in 55:47.

Steve Nolan was the first club member to finish, 23rd overall and second M55 in 46:19, just ahead of Jonathan Sangster, who crossed the line in 47:53.

George Crabtree was second MU21 in 48:45 and Lee White made it four club runners under 50 minutes with his time of 49:02.

Andy Dunleavy was third M60 in 53:47.

Other results: Richard Pollitt 50:30, Peter Hopley 51:21, Christophe Menand 54:15, Keith Thomas 55:36, Tony Wall 56:19, Marcus Hamer 57:21, Simon Marland 59:15, Paul Drew 59:38, Steven Bate 59:45, Lawrence McDonald 1:00:11, Don Nichol 1:01:01, Katie Wells 1:02:23, Mark Butler 1:02:40, Andy Warburton 1:03:59, David Morrison 1:04:12, Chris Greenall 1:04:39, Mark Haslam 1:04:43, Nadia Raza 1:06:31, Emma Walker 1:09:58, Jackie Cairns 1:11:38, Louise Wall 1:11:44, Liz Hopley 1:12:35, Mark Davis 1:13:45, Sheila Christie 1:16:28, Diane Wylie 1:18:14, Debra Hennessey 1:21:51, Jennifer Forkin 1:28:21, Shirley Robinson 1:28:27, Cheryl Dunleavy 1:28:28, Sue Blackman 1:33:08, Nicola Hardy 1:34:00.

Gayle Gerrard was first lady at the Rhodes and Norris Memorial 5k, crossing the line 11th overall with a time of 25:12. Andy Duffy was eighth in the race, first M55 in 21:21.

Liz McLellan won the Cutacre 5k women’s race and was seventh overall in 22:06 with Chris Worthington sixth overall in 21:16.

McLellan also ran the first Sale Sizzler 5k of the series last week in a time of 20:47 with Mel Walker second V75 in 25:09.