THREE Denbigh Harriers had an early start journey to contend with over the weekend.

They headed over the border to compete in the Shrewsbury 10k event.

This was not the easiest of 10k races, but it was well supported by runners and spectators alike, even under the current health restrictions.

Leading the Harriers home was Ian Jones, who crossed the finishing line in 54 minutes and 25 seconds.

Also competing in the green of the Denbigh Harriers were Julie Roberts and Jess Jones.

Harriers' results: Ian Jones 54.25; Julie Roberts 1-00.26; Jess Jones 1-10.45.

A bumper five parkruns were attended by Denbigh Harriers on Saturday.

There was some great success at the Nova Prestatyn parkrun.

Katy Baugh finished as the first lady in a personal best time of 21.48.

That saw her cross the line in ninth place overall, while her sister Elen Baugh was 21st in 24.19.

At the Kingston parkrun, Sian Pritchard crossed the line in 197th spot in 29 minutes and 37 seconds.

Closer to home at Conwy, and Ceri Jones' time of 28 minutes and two seconds was enough to see her finishing 136th.

At Wepre, Victoria Whitehead crossed the line in 24th position thanks to her time of 25 minutes and 33 seconds.

A Denbigh Harrier was also in action at the Greenfield Valley parkrun.

Finishing in 118th position was John Llewelyn Thomas in a time of 44 minutes and 23 seconds.