They were led home by Newminster Year 8 pupil Ben Waterfield, who is also a competing member of the club.
Second and third places in the run went to club colleagues Dylan Davies and Olly Bruce,
who were four, and twenty-five seconds adrift of Waterfield respectively.
Finishing in ninth place, Morpeth Harrier Rhiannon Hedley was first girl home,
ahead of second placed Freya Caygill (16th), and third placed Katie Fraser (24th).
Commemorative keepsake trophies were presented to Waterfield and Hedley,
by Morpeth Harriers legend Jim Alder, in respect of Les Thain and Tony Ward,
who had passed away recently, and had done considerable work at previous
Fair Day Fun Runs on behalf of both the Harriers and the Morpeth Chamber of Trade.
Waterfield and Hedley are pictured above along with Alder receiving their well-deserved awards.