THREE more awards went the way of Prestatyn Running Club when 19 members joined a field which was deep in quality and quantity for the Capenhurst 5k, organised by Ellesmere Port Running Club.

Three others would also have picked up prizes had there been more than one given in each age category.

Placings: 4, Steve Skates 16.18 (1st M40); 9, Andy Bromley 16.23; 16, Steve Forsyth 16.42 (2nd M35); 21, Dean Longley 16.58; 108, James Rogers 20.36; 109, George Nixon 20.39 (2nd M65); 112, Steve Weedman 20.45 (pb); 126, Sian Beck 21.13 (1st L40); 130, Darren Thompson 21.23; 143, Steve Brown 21.54; 145, Andy Clark 21.54 (pb); 148, Ben Harrison 22.05; 169, Arwel Jones 22.55; 179, Hannah Garnett 23.08; 180, Gareth Hughes 23.12 (1st M70); 208, Kat Prestwich 24.37 (pb); 227, Helen Alefounder 25.48 (pb); 250, Roger Harrison-Jones 27.48 (2nd M75); 155 Debbie Weedman 28.05.

Last week, the remarkable 91-year-old Eddie Naisby revisited one of his favourite runs, the Quarry Challenge cross-country 10k, part of the Race the Train event at Tywyn.

He finished 396th overall, clocking 1-33.36.

The Ellesmere 10k is advertised as “scenic and undulating”, which is usually a euphemism for “hilly”, but it was the heat that runners had to content with on Sunday.

Results: 96, Steve Weedman 45.22; 126, Gareth Roberts 47.05; 250, Alan Jones 54.41; 495, Roger Harrision-Jones 64.47 (1st M80); 554, Debbie Weedman 67.29.

Members turned out in five different parkruns at the weekend, with the Martin family, on holiday in Woolacombe, North Devon, facing the daunting Dune of Doom in one of the country’s toughest courses.

Liam was 104th in 30.01, mum Liz 154th in 33.18 and dad Karl 207th in 37.09.

Amie Bagnall had a 'tres magnifique' run in the Bois de Boulogne parkrun in Paris, finishing as the first lady and sixth overall in 19.55.

Partner Matty Smith was 22nd overall and second in his age-group in 21.49.

There was a record field of 418 at Conwy, where Gareth Hughes finished 82nd in 24.32.

Other results:

Wepre: 27, Steve Brown 24.52 (pb); 100, Steve Hatfield 32.50.

Erddig: 126, Jackie Pottle 30.14.