A Wembley showdown suits Skeg runner Paul

Mark Lyon, Lorraine Sharman, Helen Blair, Sue Gauntlett] qIlcCPqCu8RVOrpLZ91g
Mark Lyon, Lorraine Sharman, Helen Blair, Sue Gauntlett] qIlcCPqCu8RVOrpLZ91g

Members of Skegness and District Running Club were in action at the Gainsborough & Morton 10k.

Matt West returned from injury to clock 40-39 to finish 77th out of 733 finishers.

Becky Lee made an impressive 10k to finish 373rd in 52-56 and Sarah Smith was fifth in her age group (54-50).

Sarah Millburn was also making her 10k debut and crossed the line in 59-51, 542nd overall.

At the North London Half Marathon, Paul Sleaford ran the course from Wembley Stadium to to Allianz Park, the home of the Saracens Rugby Club, where runners completed a lap of the stadium before retracing their steps back towards Wembley to finish inside the stadium.

He clocked 2hrs 22 mins.

Six members took part in the East Hull 20.

Andy Shelton was first back for the club in an impressive 2hrs 25-00 mins (93rd).

Beckie Dawson finished in 2 hrs 34-20 mins (17th lady overall, sixth in her age group) and Dan Francis finished well in 3 hrs 09-29 mins.

London Marathon entrant Helena Shelton timed 3 hrs 49-28 mins, Ian Russell ran a sub-three hour 2 hrs 56-55 mins, while Mark Simons ran through the pain barrier to finsih in 3 hrs 19-23 mins.

The Cartmel Trail 18km Challenge saw John Bide compete in Cumbria, taking on almost 1200ft of ascent.

The trails are mainly along footpaths and bridleways, and he recorded a time of 2hrs 16-32 mins to finish 308th out of 480 finishers.

The weather conditions were just right for the Thorney 10k at Peterborough, where four club members were involved.

Mark Lyon completed his first 10k in 44-39 and was followed less than 20 seconds later by Helen Blair (44-56).

Sue Gauntlett (59-57) and Lorraine Sharman (69-41) completed the quartet.

Pictured are Mark Lyon, Lorraine Sharman, Helen Blair and Sue Gauntlett.