RUNNING: SHEILA Bickerton proved age is no barrier when she took part in a challenging 10K race on Sunday.
The South Cheshire Harrier completed the Nick Beer Memorial course, which takes runners over sections of the Great Orme at Llandudno, in 44 minutes two seconds.
That was enough for her to lift the top prize in the women Over 50 group - finishing ahead of Abergele Harrier Kathryn Stevenson who was the first female in the Over 40s.
Mike Cutler (45:58) was the next Harrier home, finishing 160th in the field of 451. Other times were: Colin Earp (47:52), Gael Earp (53:30), John Latham (57:30); Cindy Morrissette (59:31) and Rachel Prince (72:24).
Cutler had been in action on Saturday, finishing 335th in 65:50 at the seven-mile Parbold Hill Race near Ormskirk.
Meanwhile, the Harriers let their hair down last weekend as they celebrated the club's 20th anniversary at Crewe Alexandra.
The bash was attended by more than 100 members past and present. Mike Hatton was named club runner of the year for 2005, Cindy Morrissette was club member of the year, while Joy Cartledge was thanked for writing the club newsletter.
The Harriers would like to thank the 'New Cornona Band and Kaz' for the live music, and Crewe Alex for providing the venue.