St Helens Sutton Athletics Club members, young and old, have been active on the road and the track.
On the road 15 members competed in the Birchwood, Warrington 10km race.
Leading the men was Jamie White with his time of 38.02, Maurice Collins followed with 41.50, then John Appleton 42.58 and Dennis Wharton 45.17.
First lady was Sonya Monaghan in 45.12, youngest of the squad, Rachel Wilcock led the rest with her time of 51.32 with oldest, Pam Appleton, next in 53.51.
The other ladies were Helena McGoldrick, 55.04, Linda White, 55.57, Carolyn Joyce, 58.13, with Rachel Beesley just one second behind. The turnout was completed by Andrea Joyce-Beesley one second ahead of Clare Davis 76.07, Louise Hill 80.54 and Kay Wilcock 81.22.
Nine of the younger members took part in the Southport Waterloo Open Track and Field meeting at Litherland Sports Park.
One of the busiest, and most successful, was Daniel Lamb in the U15s Boys group, winning the 100m in 11.8, coming third in the long jump with 5.31m and running a 24.6 200m.
Oldest there was U17s George Asson who won the 100m in 11.4. Megan Lamb was the most successful of the girls, competing in the U15yrs. group she ran 100m in 14.1, was second in the 300m in 49.7 and third in the high jump with 1.35. The club’s youngest competitor was Emilia Lamb who took third in the U9s. 75m in 13.2. and the 150m in 28.2.
Others in the placings were Aiden Lamb U11s boys third in the 150m in 22.6 and running a 11.3 100m. Katie Lang U11s girls was third in the long jump with 3.39m, she ran 75m in 12.1 and 150m in 25.3. Elizabeth Greenall U11s girls won the 60m hurdles in 11.8 and a 150m in 24.8, 600m in 2.13 Dylan O’Brien U11 boys ran 75m in 11.6, 150m in 24.5 and long jumped 3.16m. Ben Tickle U11s boys ran 600m in 2.11.2.