THE bandwagon just keeps rolling on for Prestatyn Running Club, with success following success.

The latest batch of good results came in Sunday’s Border Road Running League fixture at Caernarfon, despite the absence of several influential members.

Steve Skates’ fine form continued as he took second place, while Amie Bagnall secured her first ever league win.

Andrew Bromley had his highest-placed finish for the club, with new recruit Steve Forsyth just behind him, only 24 hours after coming second in the Conwy Parkrun.

Prestatyn RC placings: 2, Steve Skates; 16, Andrew Bromley; 19, Steve Forsyth; 63, Alex Ryder; 66, Amie Bagnall; 70, Matty Smith; 74, Rob Alexander; 121, James Rogers; 122, George Nixon; 127, Martin Cortvriend; 133, Vic Belshaw; 161, Tony Benton; 162, Helen Ashworth; 169, Steve Weedman; 199, Ally Reid; 201, Arwel Jones; 204, Gareth Hughes; 209, Jo Hoppes; 219, Ben Harrison; 240, Gary Johnson; 252, Mike Davis; 257, Alan Jones; 278, Tracy Colligan; 279, Steven Brown; 288, Steve Hatfield; 290, Helen Baxandall; 297, Debbie Cartwright; 298, Janice Price.

During the previous day at Conwy, Steve Forsyth clocked a nippy 17.23 on his parkrun debut.

He was followed by James Rogers (32nd in 21.06), Callum Dally (49th in 22.34), Andy Clark (250th in 31.55), Alex White (283rd in 34.05), Suzanne Evans (284th in 34.09), Sam Bowen (311th in 36.59) and Julie Evans (318th in 37.34).

Teenager Liam Martin was an excellent 52nd on his first attempt in the Wepre Parkrun, clocking 29.06.

Clare Atterbury was 85th, setting yet another personal best of 31.26, and Liam’s dad Karl was 86th in 31.28.