THE third and final Jubilee race of the season saw age group wins for Lostock AC’s Hazel Hatfield and Sheila Garewal while Ian Burns and Jocelyn Chadderton won their respective age group categories in the final standings at the conclusion of the three-race series.

Lostock’s women’s team of Hatfield, Kimberley Couper-Weng and Donna Kelsall also finished second in the team standings over the three very gruelling five-mile races.

Gareth Pratt was the first of 12 Lostockers home on the concluding race in 37:09, followed by Hatfield in her age-group winning time of 37:20.

Paul Lacey came home in 37:35, followed by Andy Ginty (39:06), Couper-Weng (39:07), Donna Kelsall (40:37), Tony Maxwell (41:20), Jocelyn Chadderton (42:45), Ian Burns (42:48), Heather Soden (43:05), Garewal (46:35) and Karen Taylor (46:49).

In the Lake District Albert Sunter became one of a very select group of runners to have completed a second Joss Naylor Challenge.

Devised by the fell running legend for runners over the age of 50, the 48-mile course, with 17,000ft of ascent, takes runners from Pooley Bridge over some of the highest peaks in the Lake District including Fairfield, Bowfell, Great End and Great Gable to Wasdale.

Sunter, ably supported by family and fellow Lostock AC members, completed the challenge in 13 hours and 51 minutes.

Closer to home Beverley Atherton-McKenna and Sarah Lewarne completed the Elswick Express 10 mile race in 01:31:10 and 01:37:32 respectively.

Parkrun results: Bolton – Andy Laycock 26:28, Tony Maxwell 26:46, Rachel Hancock 29:06, Sheila Garewal 30:12. Haigh Hall – Jeanette Brandon 29:57. Worsley Woods – Mark Shuttleworth 21:58.