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North Wales Runners and Masters on their travels around the country...

Updated: May 19, 2023

*Welsh Master Richard Eccles (*pictured above) ran well at Market Drayton and he has celebrated another call-up for Wales.

North Wales Road Runners on their travels...other race results and round-up:

*Market Drayton: Richard Eccles enjoyed another positive run at the Market Drayton 10k last Sunday finishing in 32nd place overall in 38.31, and he also won his MV55 age cat. And Richard has also confirmed his worthy selection for the Wales team v England in the half-marathon international fixture within the Chester half-marathon race on 21st May.

*Will Williams (*above) with another PB at the Alderley Edge 10k

*Alderley Edge: Will Williams seems to go faster with every race, and fresh from his dual 5k successes from last week, Will set a new 10k course PB at Alderley Edge on Sunday, finishing 44th overall out of 1,399 runners in a fast chip time of 36.51, and he was also 2nd in his MV50 age cat. After the event, he was obviously delighted with his result and confirmed: “I was chuffed to get under 37 minutes for the very first time.”

*Kelly-Marie Alford and Cai Roberts (*above) at Chorley.

*Chorley: Cai Roberts and Kelly-Marie Alford ran together in the Chorley 10k on Sunday with Kelly-Marie claiming a new four-minute course PB of 52.26, in 366th place, with Cai just one place and two-seconds ahead of her.

*Ben and Sarah Hudson (*above) were busy sweeping at the popular Welsh fell race.

*Ras Moel Ellio: Husband and wife travelling duo Sarah and Ben Hudson took on the unusual role of race sweepers last Saturday at the Ras Moel Ellio fell race. Following their efforts over a challenging 14k plus course, which the pair completed in about 2 hours 44 minutes, Sarah admitted: “An awesome afternoon as sweepers. So much fun and a tough little cookie of a run for sure.”

*Llyr ApGeraint-Roberts (*above) celebrated a great new PB at York.

*York: Llyr ApGeraint-Roberts celebrated a new course PB of 17.58 at the York parkrun last Saturday and he also claimed 1st place in his MV50 age cat. He said this was a vast improvement from his last visit some six years before.

*Shrewsbury: Stuart Culverhouse and his son Joe (*pictured above) enjoyed a visit to the Shrewsbury parkrun on Saturday, with Stuart recording a new PB of 20.17 after finishing in 26th place, and he also won his MV50 age cat. Joe was 90th overall and 4th in his JM11-14 cat in 22.52.

*Knowsley: Steve Mason finished 3rd at the Knowsley parkrun on Saturday, and he also won his MV45 age cat in 21.02.

*Steve Mason (*above) won his age cat at the Knowsley parkrun.



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