WEST Cheshire AC pocketed more medals at the final round of the Cheshire Cross Country League in Macclesfield on Sunday.
Graham MacNeil clinched the overall men's individual gold medal and also collected silver for finishing runner-up in the veteran men's category.
He finished seventh on Sunday, clocking 25:54 and was joined by Graham Earlam (19th in 27:56), Dave Tiernan (21st in 28:19) and fourth team counter Russell Kirk (30th in 29:32).
The quartet's performances hoisted WCAC to third in the men's team event and to bronze medals after three rounds also earning the club second spot on the day in the veteran category and silver medals from the veteran team event overall.
Other WCAC members in action in the men's race included Paul Price (33rd in 30:09), John McGill (35th in 30:24), and Dave Hough (44th in 32:49).
Kerry Riley was another award winner at Macclesfield, overcoming illness to finish sixth with a time of 12:36 in the U15 girls' and earn a silver medal overall from the three-round series.
Alice Jennings got the day off to a good start when she finished 10th in 8:24 in the U11 girls' race.
Gemma Mayled clocked 11:46 for 12th spot in the U13 girls' race and Danielle Bentley posted 12:44 for 18th position.
Laura O'Mara was WCAC's only representative in the senior ladies' race, finishing a creditable 16th in 21:45.
Three WCAC members represented Cheshire in the English Schools' Cross Country Championships at Norwich.
Georgina Wright, Rebecca Grimes, and Charlotte Roach all made the trip across to East Anglia and completed the testing course.
Claire House children's hospice will be the recognised charity for this year's Shell Chester Half Marathon organised by WCAC on May 22. Anyone still wanting to enter the race is urged to contact Chester City Council for an entry form by calling 01244 402 273 as soon as possible.
WCAC scooped a double success at UK Athletics' North West region awards evening at SportCity, Manchester.
WCAC was named 'Junior Club of the Year' while John Driscoll was 'Volunteer of the Year.'
Chairman Dennis Wall said: 'The award for the club was due to the work we have done liaising with schools. ' 'The likes of Eddie and Jill Gore have worked in partnership with the borough council to successfully run sportshall athletics competitions on an ongoing basis.
'John Driscoll was nominated by the club for the many hours he puts in. His work in helping us get our new track at Stanney was terrific. He played a huge part in preparing our bid and getting lottery money which was an enormous task and he has terrific energy for the grassroots side of the sport.'
John, who lives in Little Sutton, is also a field official, cross country/road race referee, track assessor, chairman of the Cheshire County Athletics Association and in charge of road race fixtures for the North of England.
WCAC's Easter Egg Bingo Evening takes place at Vicars Cross URC Hall on Friday at 7.30pm.