Radcliffe AC assembled en masse for the fourth round of the Central Lancashire Grand Prix at the Horwich Coronation Trail Race and returned some fine times.

Christian Peters was a brilliant fifth overall in this, his first ever trail race, with a time of 38mins 24secs. Emma Horner was the first female finisher for Radcliffe in 49:49.

Other results: Andrew O’Donnell 43:34, Rob Lister 47:11, Mark Taylor 47:18, Christopher Mihalyi 47:32, Mark Garner 48:28, Dave Rushton 50:03, Neil Greenhalgh 50:24, Dominic Parry 51:45, Adam Wills 52:09, Charlene Leyden 54:07, Karen Wells 54:30, Kathryn Davies 55:38, Bren Tighe 57:11, Karen Doherty 58:10, Alison Howarth 59:17, Elaine Bailey 1:01:34, Emma Wolstencroft 1:01:48, Lucie Tighe 1:02:08, Laura Aiken 1:03:05, Lucy Tetler 1:03:24, Louise Shield 1:04:10, Stephen Crowe 1:05:14, Wayne Holden 1:05:32, Jude Hockenhull 1:07:29, Helen Kay 1:10:42, Tracey Wroe 1:13:40, Andy Wheeler 1:23:14.

Sara Parry, Bev Quinton and Mike Scott all stuck together from start to finish, crossing the line in 1:26:01.

Elsewhere, Emma Wolstencroft claimed a personal best at the Chester Half Marathon, in a time of 2:10:21. First over the line in Radcliffe’s all-female Chester excursion was Chemane Golding, in 1:57:10, followed by Kath Biddle (2:07:45), Emma Wolstencroft (2:10:21), Alison Howarth (2:10:39), and Tracey Wroe (2:56:23).

Five Radcliffers conquered the Yorkshire Three Peaks challenge, with the help of The Sunnywood Project. Laura Aiken, Chris Mihalyi, Paul Stevens, Louise Shield, and Mia Derbyshire successfully summitted the famous three of Ingleborough, Whernside, and Pen-y-ghent in under 12 hours.

Nigel Brady completed the St Anne’s Triathlon in 1:24:31, and Rob Shiels ran the Worden 10km in 42:47.