PENISTONE Footpath Runner Tom Fryers continued his good form as he comfortably won his club’s Ambles Revenge trail race.
Conditions were tough for the 275 runners who completed the hilly and demanding eight-mile course which traverses the Hunshelf boundary near Stocksbridge.
Tom’s time of 55-50 put him half a minute in front of his nearest rival.
There was further success for Penistone with Suzanne McGill picking up first place in the women’s over45 age category, Bill Phillips claiming top spot in the men’s over75 age group and Barabara Haigh grabbing gold in the women’s over75 age category.
There were podium positions for Keith Gordon (second over75 man), Heather Lindley (third over60 woman) and Robin Clough (third over50 man).
Barnsley AC’s Gemma Thickett finished in 1–15-19, setting a new course PB. Dean Wallace was first over65 man in a time of 1-25-55.
Barnsley Harrier Paul Johnson was third senior man, David Thompson first male over45 and Steve Frith first male over70.
Penistone’s Steve Sanders completed the Stoop Fell Race at Haworth in 42-28 which gave him 34th place in the field of 149 runners.
Barnsley AC’s Chris McNicholas headed over to Lancashire to run the Ribble Valley 10k.
He knocked 47 seconds off his time from 2022 to finish in 38-59.
At the Wormstones fell race on New Year’s Eve, Barnsley Harrier Shaun Swallow was 74th in 49-12.
At the Auld Lang Syne Fell Race, Barnsley Harrier Jo Taylor finished 213th with 1-16-01.