THERE was another busy weekend of running for members of Denbigh Harriers.

Four Harriers were very lucky with the weather when they took part in the Llangollen 10k trail race.

They recorded great times for this trail race, which undulated and included 530 feet of climbing.

Shaun Hughes won the race in an excellent time of 36.49.

Mel Morris was the first F40 in the race, while there were also great performances from Dan Jones and Ruth Crowther.

Harriers' results: 1, Shaun Hughes 36.49; 9, Daniel Jones 40.51; 59, Melina Morris 47.05; 250, Ruth Crowther 1-02.24.

Alaw Medi took on the undulating Limerick Marathon in hot conditions and was on target for three hours and 45 minutes until she hit the infamous wall at 22 miles.

However, with some encouragement from supporters, she completed the race in an excellent personal best of 3-50.04.

Two Harriers ran the Liverpool 10k on Sunday and they were delighted with their personal best times.

Ieuan Lewis and Lian Jones ran the race together to finish in 1-00.36.

Sarah Bayliss competed in the weekend’s British Orienteering Championships.

In Saturday’s sprint race around Bradford University, it was fast, with competitors relying on quick navigation and route choice.

She was really delighted to finish seventh in women’s vets, the biggest age class.

Sunday saw the long distance event on open moorland, with almost no paths to aid navigation.

There were 81 entries in the W50 class, of which 57 ran the long course, and Sarah finished 16th, her best ever result.

Three Harriers - Emma Collins, Victoria Whitehead and Tony Benton - ventured into the multi discipline triathlon scene by competing in the Ruthin Sprint event.

All completed the event in good times, with the details not available at the time of going to press.

A magnificent seven Harriers took part in parkruns over the weekend.

Kingston: 211, Sian Pritchard 27.22.

Firenze / Florence: 5, Manfredi Toraldo 20.50.

Bodelwyddan Castle: 5, David Baugh 21.38; 12, Duncan Jones 23.26; 16, Elen Baugh (1st woman) 24.03; 44, Sarah Bayliss 29.26; 57, Helen Davies 31.28.