Waugh’s well as Harrier Carey is second

TODMORDEN Harrier Sean Carey finished in second place at Waugh’s Well Fell Race in 34:04, behind Wharfedale’s James Hall. 

The four-mile race near Edenfield took a new revised longer route that included an additional early steep climb before passing over Whittle Pike twice.

Marcel Ellison completed the course in a time of 41:48 for 26th, with Richard Butterwick crossing the line in 48:42 for 59th. 

Helen Hodgkinson (above) finished eighth lady in 50:52.

Mel Siddall finished first lady v45, and 31st overall, at the Radcliffe five-mile trail race on Saturday in 39:49. 

Myra Wells completed the Irwell Valley multi terrain course in 54th in a time of 57:45 having already, earlier that day, recorded 30:48 at the Oldham park run 5k.

The trail race was the final element of Radcliffe AC’s three-day challenge, that also featured Thursday’s 5.5 mile Bull Hill Fell Race and the five-mile Giant’s Seat Summer Cross Country on Friday evening.

Richard Butterwick was the sole Todmorden entrant, finishing the series in ninth place, and second v40, in a combined time of 2:08:46 for the three races.

Todmorden Harriers dominated the weekly park run at Heaton Park, with Robin Tuddenham winning in 17:37. 

Lauren Jeska finished first lady, and third overall in 18:03, with Martin Stork nine seconds behind in fourth.

Ian Stansfield continued his return from injury with 34:45, finishing 197th of the 240 runners.

Running for Calder Valley Fell Runners, there were maximum points for Todmorden’s Shaun Godsman with an excellent fourth place in the Kentmere horseshoe race.