ATHLETICS: Members of the Renegade Runners enjoyed a successful evening at the Stamford 5, the fourth race in the five race Peterborough 5k series.
On the toughest course of the five, a two-lap course with a big hill at the end of each lap, the Renegades had some fine results in a strong field.
Matt Pyatt finished fifth overall and first M40 in 16.46.
Kevin Farquhar ran a 5k road personal best time of 19.48, Lisa Pyatt was second W40 in 22.57, Steve Farquhar ran 29.40 and Charlie Pyatt 40.06.
At the third race in the Thetford Trail 10k series, hideous weather conditions made the going tough but Leo Munson continued her record of finishing third W45 in every race with a time of 59.11. George Munson was fourth M10-14.
A dozen Renegades took on a testing city centre race at Run Norwich in warm conditions.
Sarah Kimberley kept up her 100 per cent participation record in the fifth running of the race, finishing in exactly an hour. Jonny Cockerill ran 46.05, closely followed by Andy Doyle in 46.17.
Cheryl Brown knocked five minutes off of her course best with 53.58 and Anna Ramsey ran a PB of 59.02.
Other results were: Kerrie Page 56.50, Dan Moore 60.21, Ash Brown 62.49, Lawrence Matthews 63.55, Sarah Lee 72.00, Helen Driver 73.00 and Jo Sedgley 73.24.
At the Solway Marathon in Cumbria, Elisabeth Sennitt-Clough had her best run over the 26.2-mile distance in tough, windy conditions, breaking her PB by more than a minute, to finish as fifth woman overall and first W40 in 3.35.08.
At the Race for Life at Houghton Hall, the Renegades had a mass turnout with lots running and volunteering at the event.