Visiting friends in the South, Ian Harding was first across the
finish line in Bournemouth, posting a time of 16m10s.
Whilst this was happening, Harding’s Whitley Bay fastest time was being broken by
Victoria Park and Tower Hamlet’s Paul Martelletti, who had come the opposite way, also visiting friends.
Martelletti, posted a new course record of 15m21s, finishing ahead of second placed
Morpeth Harrier Taylor Glover, who clocked 17m06s.
At Windy Nook, Morpeth’s Mark Snowball marked his day well,
by coming home first in a new course best of 18m25s.
Tom Balsdon of Morpeth Harriers was first across the finish line at Newbiggin by the Sea,
posting a time of 17m52s.
Meanwhile a little further up the Northumberland coastline at Druridge Bay,
Morpeth Harrier brothers Dylan and Ryan Davies finished third and ninth,
with respective personal bests of 18m01s, and 19m44s.
Further inland at Wallsend Rising Sun, Morpeth’s Chris Smith finished second in 17m38s.