Penistone Footpath Runners Andrew Pearson, Rachael Mayston and Dawn Broom all wore their England Athletics Masters vests at the Great Birmingham 10k.

Dawn took third in the women’s over60 category in a time of 44-13.

Andrew finished 96th in a time of 37-20 and 13th in his category. Rachael came home in 43-15 to earn herself 13th-placed position in her category.

The latest fixture of the South Yorkshire Road League took place in Worsbrough.

The route contained some tough inclines as it gradually climbed up to Birdwell, before dropping down the main road to the finish.

Barnsley AC’s Kai Sunman won the race with 26-33, 21 seconds ahead of team-mate Gareth Cooke in second.

Ruby Sykes and Naomi Drakeford were the first two women in times of 29-32 and 30-34 respectively.

Chris McNicholas ran 31-55 to finish as first over60 man while Kerry Storrar was third over50 woman in 37-11.

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First back for Penistone was George Parr in a time of 29-14, while first Penistone women home was Suzanne McGill in 32-41.

Kingstone Runner Linda Walton was second over55 woman.

Barnsley Harrier Alan Ford was second in his age category and tenth overall, with Katie Roberts first back for the club’s women in 144th.

Vikki Skipper was once again first woman over65, and Steve Frith was second over70 man.

At the Dukeries 40-mile race, which starts in Sherwood Forest, Barnsley Harrier Kelly Ford finished in 32nd place in 7-56-48.

Two Barnsley AC members made their marathon debuts.

Tayla Brons finished the Prague Marathon in 3-56-41 while Chris McNicholas headed to Milton Keynes Marathon in order to get a good for age time for London Marathon next year. He was comfortably under the 3-37 requirement, finishing in a time of 3-17-54 as fifth over60 man. In the half marathon, Barnsley Harrier David Hanks came 31st in 86-54.

At the seven-mile RunGreno Trail Race, Penistone’s Jemma Williams finished in a time of 62-58, earning sixth position in the women’s race and second in the over40 category. Also taking part was Kirsty Rogers who finished in 83-09.

Kingstone Runner John Downing was first over70 man. Shaun Clarkson was the first Harrier back and also second over65 man in 38th overall. Julie Riding was second over60 woman.

At the Legging it for the Library 5k, Barnsley Harrier Jessica Holt was fifth overall and second woman in 27-20.