HANNAH Price produced the run of the weekend for Bury at the Tatton Park 10k on Sunday.

She sliced nearly two minutes off her previous best for the distance, scorching round the course in 36.33 and winning the women’s race by nearly 45 seconds.

Price was delighted with her performance which places her in top 10 in the region for the distance.

Also competing in the race was Callum Gaunt. The new member of the Bury AC endurance group secured a new personal best for the distance of 35.22 and took an excellent 11th place.

The day before seven Bury athletes competed in the Trafford Open meeting at Stretford.

The performance of the day came from Reilly Carson in the under 15 girls javelin, throwing 33.10m extending her previous best by 2.5m.

Not only did her throw win the competition, but it was long enough to move her up to 11th in the national rankings in her age group. Lola Potts was also rewarded with a new PB, throwing the javelin 21.08m.

On the track, Natan Witkowski set new best marks in the 200m (24.74) and 100m hurdles (15.14) in the under 17s. Anna Gisbourne continued her winning form taking the 300m in a new lifetime best of 42.26.

In the under 13s, Evie Elliott took fifth in her 75m sprint in 11.67 and matched the position in the 150m with a 22.99 performance. Jena Dickinson was fourth in the under 17s 100m (13.30) and then won her 200m heat in 27.92.

Rosella Togo took fourth in her 200m race in 27.70.

Coach Alison Dale, supported by the ground staff and some parent volunteers, arranged for a time trial event on the Bury track on Sunday.

The race distances included 5000m, 3000m, 1500m, 800m, 200m and 100m for senior athletes through to under 13s.

In the 5000m, Josh Birmingham ran out as clear winner in 15.59.7, ahead of Jack Griffiths (16.56.4), Matthew Garside (18.54.9), Matt Grice (19.07.2) and Iestyn Rimmer (20.02.4).

Reilly Carson displayed the range of her ability by winning the 3000m in 12.46.1, ahead of Irfan Qureshi in 13.06.6.

Anna Gisbourne recorded yet another victory, winning the 1500m (5.12.7) ahead of Chloe Ardin (5.13.7), Thomas Donnelly (5.40.7), Faye Gribbin (5.43.4), Edison Marsden (5.50.4), Oliver Cooper (5.57.7) and Lucy Dent (5.59.6). Adam Warren won the 800m in 2.25.2, with Corrine Newton in second (2.46.0) followed by Nicole South (2.47.4), Roger Morley (2.50.9), Erin Garroch (2.51.8) and Summer Barlow (3.30.3).

In the 200m, Anna won yet again with 27.8. Mae Gardner was second (28.5) and then came Amy Garroch (28.9), Blessing Idoko (29.0), Ben Gardner (30.0), Jenzen White (30.2), Devonne Samuels (30.8), Evie Elliott (31.2), Jayden Barlow (31.5), Jemima Miles (32.0), Corrine (33.5), Charlie Eales (33.6) and Bonnie Carruthers (35.6). And in the 100m, Mae was the fastest in 14.0, followed by Blessing (14.4), Ben (14.8), Jenzen (15.0), Evie (15.3), Devonne (15.3), Jayden (15.5), Jemima (15.8), Charlie (16.4), Bonnie (17.0) and Summer (19.4).

Next weekend Bury team s will be competing in the Wirral Road Relays which will be held round the road circuit at the Haydock Racecourse.