A CONTINGENT of Running Forever athletes took part in the Town Tree Trail 10K on Wednesday evening having made the short trip to Martock for this Somerset Series event.

Ali Bisatt was their first runner home, with his 43.16 time earning him first place in the V50 category.

Sam Wharton was hot on his heels and took first female finisher slot in 44.08.

Ray Tutton and Tanya Lewis headed home in 47.15 and 49.16, respectively; Chris Reah (53.06), Mercedes Thorne (55.03), Lisa Denson (56.19) and Rob Murr (57.09) were next, with Sally Tuer crossing the line on exactly the hour mark.

Several RFRC members were on the Ultra trail this weekend with the Albion Running West Country Ultra races.

Alex Hughes and Dave Marshall opted for the Flat Ultra 50 and finished in 13.10 while Adrian Edwards, Andy Burgess and Chris Buckman took on the Hilly Ultra 50 route.

Andy and Adrian took joint 12th place with their 11.52 time, with Chris coming home in 16.50 having stopped to help an injured runner make it safely off the course.

Chris Brown and Danny McWilliams had a coastal run as they took part in the Plymouth Half.

Brown finished in 1.28 with McWilliams crossing the line in 1.56 on a hot, Sunday afternoon.

Jamie Hill ventured a bit further afield for his Half, visiting sunny Cornwall for the Imperys Cornish Half.

He completed this scenic trail run in 2.32.

Adding a swim and a cycle to her running, Liz Williams successfully took on the Outlaw 70.3 in Nottingham on Sunday and was delighted with her 7.54 finish.

Parkrun tourists ventured to Leamington, Plym Valley, Killerton, Eden Project, Wooton, Nepean River, Cirencester, Somerdale Pavillion and Littlehampton.

Thirty-three took on the local course at Longrun Meadow where Lisa Denson completed her 50th run and Rachel Nicholls, Simon Rowland and Mark Templeton achieved PBs.

WARMING-up for tonight’s Weston Prom Run finale (7.30pm), Hydro Harrier Ian Salter débuted at Exmouth, managing an impressive 19min 45sec.

Meanwhile, at Longrun Meadow, Andy White was first home in 20.28, with Rowland Lyons recording a disappointing 25.19 and Simon Blunt’s odyssey continued, registering another PB of 28.54.

Andrew Phelps completed the quintet, recording a battling 29.17 at Burnham.

Four Hydro Harriers submitted times in the second of the May monthly qualifiers for the end-of-year Great Gate Race.

In warm conditions, Adam Whaites took the plaudits, completing the 5.3 multi-terrain route in an impressive 34min 28sec.

Other results were: Ian Salter 36.50, Andy Longthorpe 37.19, Mark Foss 38.41.