THE 32nd edition of the Helena Tipping Wrexham 10km and part of the Welsh inter regional championship took place last Sunday and saw four Denbigh Harriers partaking.

The new course started at the brand new Net World Sports site, with 1.5 very quick laps finishing at Isycoed community hall.

Menai Baugh was running a 10 km road race for the first time in 18 months after focussing on off-road running and was pleased with third position out of ten in the F65 category, chip time 58.03.

Emma Collins, who is busy preparing for some mountain races, was happy enough with 45:04 and second in the F60 category.

Catherine Tudor Jones was seventh F40 in a time of 43.53 chip time.

Tony Wood got a PB on the day with a chip time of 36.17.

Overall: 88/784, senior male 33/124.

Three Harriers joined a total of 54 runners who enjoyed the ‘fresh’ conditions and lovely route at last Wednesday’s wet and windy Ponderosa Fell Race.

Katy Baugh was first female in 34.16.

Emily Retallick closely followed as second female in 34.21.

Paul Fitzimmons finished in 37.41, 21st overall.

Four Denbigh Harriers ran the Holyhead Breakwater five-mile North Wales championship race on a very windy but sunny Saturday.

It was the first time all had ran this race along the exposed breakwater to the lighthouse and back, into a strong, pace-slowing headwind.

An enjoyable and quirky race on the breakwater’s 150th anniversary.

There were great results by all in a competitive field of 137 runners.

Tony Wood with a PB was 9th in the race and won silver North Wales senior in a blistering 29.35

Emma Collins was fourth lady and 1st F60 in 39.19.

Simon Nixon had a great run, second in his category V65, in 39.50

Menai Baugh with a strong race and a well deserved gold for 1st F65 in 45.23.