LESLEY Clague gave a fell running masterclass as she won the lady vet 65 section of the Green, Green Grass of Home fell race in the Clwydian Hills.
A 19-strong contingent of Tattenhall Runners tackled the hilly five-mile course on a hot Welsh evening.
Helen Jones was the newcomer in the team but it was Clague who showed her tenacity and staying power by winning the LV65 category in 83 minutes and 20 seconds.
Simon Ellis had a fine run, finishing seventh in 45.11, followed by three other Tattenhallers in close pursuit – Ian Lancaster (eighth in 47.28), Peter Taylor (ninth in 48.15) and Ian Simpson (10th in 48.53).
Mark Smith and Steve Hammond battled together all around the course, with Steve finishing just one place ahead of Mark in 16th. Both runners finished in just over 50 minutes.
Leading the way among the part-time runners was Andy Blair, running superbly well to finish in 22nd place in 55:54.
Another glut of blue and gold crossed the line between 30th and 36th. Justin Realff was 30th, with Alison Smith finishing in 31st (third lady in 57.27) followed by Sara Atkinson (32nd in 57.43), Richard Kenworthy (34th in 58.01) and Sue Ellis (36th in 58.18).
Club doctor Martin Durrant recorded an excellent 40th place (60.07) and Amanda Davies was 42nd in 60.24.
Behind them were Rob Webster (65.21), Mel Taylor (72.33), Jen Taylor and Grace Hart.
Three Tattenhallers braved the Snowdon International Mountain Race.
Scaling and descending Wales’ highest mountain were Rob Dunn, completing the challenge in just one hour and 45 minutes. Hot on his heels were Justin Reallf (1:47) and Rob Webster, who crossed the line in 2:06.