THERE was another eye-catching performance from rapidly improving Prestatyn RC member Will Williams at the Conwy parkrun.

He set a superb personal best of 19.34 at the event.

At the Chester 10k on Sunday, Julia Evans set a personal best, while Andy Clark and Kat Preswich achieved course personal bests, only a week after their 50-mile effort.

Results: 201, Darren Thompson 42.55; 558, Ady Clark 47.29 (course pb); 976, Kat Prestwich 50.40 (course pb); 1302, Ally Reid 53.03; 1587, Gemma Jones 55.07; 1639, Helen Alfounder 55.27; 1712, Julia Evans 57.42 (pb); 2476, Stuart Quayle 60.51; 3212, Nem James 67.09; 3235, Debbie Jones 67.21.

Hannah Garnett, who had a recent injury setback to her training for next month’s London Marathon, used the Wrexham 20-mile race as a “tester”, and came through unscathed and satisfied with her unofficial time of 2-52.09. In the same event, Canyon Wilson had a brilliant run to clock 2-04.40, with Matty Smith on 2-20.01 and James Rogers 2-28.50.

Nova Parkrun: 6, John Simpson 21.24 (pb); 19, Benjamin Lines 23.13; 43, Ann Claire Jones 25.37; 70, Rachel Jackson 29.01; 95, Lesley Furneaux 31.17; 106, Emma Birchall 32.12; 113, Caroline Jones 33.11; 114, Linda Friar 33.12 (pb).

This weekend sees another double-header for the club which, on Saturday, hosts the British Masters’ cross-country championships at Rhug, Corwen.

Over 200 veterans from all corners of home countries have entered, including several famous names from the past such as Jeff Norman, Nigel Gates and former 2-10 marathoner Ian Thompson.

Prestatyn has about 20 members taking part and there is a good chance of the hosts picking up a couple of sets of team medals.

On Sunday, Wrexham AAC host the fifth fixture in the Borders Road Running League, with the Prestatyn men and women hoping to build on solid performances to date.