A TERRIFIC team effort has resulted in a prize-winning run for Vale of Clwyd athletes.

There were 345 runners who enjoyed the sunshine at the Llandudno Easter 5k Promenade Dash, including 10 Denbigh Harriers.

The conditions were perfect with hardly any breeze and the flat course resulted in many season's best times and a personal best.

The Harriers' women took the team prize on the day in a strong field.

Emma Collins was the sixth woman overall and she was over two minutes clear of the second runner in the F55 category, which she continues to dominate.

David Baugh won the M55 category with a season’s best time, while Menai Baugh took the F60 category with a personal best.

Philip Hayes had run the Conwy parkrun before the race in 24.01, so he was pleased with a season’s best time.

Chris Baldwin was third in his age category, with his performance being spot on for his target time for the race.

Harriers' results: 27, David Baugh 19.44; 32, Philip Hayes 20.23; 63, Elen Baugh 23.03; 91, Chris Baldwin 24.30; 96, Sali Powell 24.43; 106, Menai Baugh 25.11; 148, Andrew Morris 27.38; 233, Caroline Dawe 31.32; 247, Nicola Davies 33.41.

A trio of Denbigh Harriers turned out for the third race in the Tuesday Evening fell running series.

This race runs up Moel Lus, a little mountain behind Penmaenmawr.

It was a 3.2-mile race with around 900 feet of ascent in the first mile, then a fast traverse and ascent to the finish.

These short fell races are well attended, with 131 finishers again last week.

David Baugh was first Harrier home, narrowly missing out on the M50 prize on the finishing line.

Second to finish was his daughter Katy, running strongly considering she had run a 17-mile fell race at the weekend.

She was followed by Menai Baugh, running over two minutes faster than last year and breaking the F60 record.

Results: 23, David Baugh 29.01; 64, Katy Baugh 33.31; 82, Menai Baugh 34.57.

There were six Denbigh Harriers and an ex-Harrier at Bodelwyddan in the sunshine on Saturday.

First home was Victoria Whitehead in 24.46, then husband Jon Whitehead in a personal best by 40 seconds in 25.41.

Mark Jones, Gwenan Johnson and Sian Pritchard all continued their London training in 26.23, 28.37 and 30.16 respectively.

Dawn Marshall finished in 31.21. It was good to see ex-Harrier Hannah and husband Chris Jaques finish in 29.15, 13 weeks after the birth of their son.