Bridlington Road Runners were once again out in force for the East Hull Harriers Summer League at the Coniston 10K, making up a fifth of the whole field.
On this occasion, Phill Taylor (33:23) was beaten into second place by Steve Bateson of East Hull. Next home was Danny Brunton who was sixth in 35:49, and Nick Hellewell was not far behind in eighth position in 36:10.After him came Martin Smith (17th) 38:09, John Nolan (20th) 38:52 and Simon Ellerker (39:38).
The first Brid woman to finish was Emma Brown (37th) 41:13 followed by Sarah Wood (41st) 42:02 and Cathy Wood (54th) 43:28.
Prize winners on the night were Taylor, Janet Potter (78th) 46:29 (1st F55) and Judy Allison (86th) 47:20 (1st F60), while Cathy Wood was the winner of the handicap on the night and remains overall handicap leader after six races.
Other runners taking part were: John Potter (33rd) 40:49, Peter Gulc (42nd) 42:06, Ashley Porter (74th) 46:14, Simon Porter (75th) 46:15, Ray Robinson (91st) 47:45, Verona Petty (104th) 49:34, Dave Foster (109th) 50:16, Ben Smith (126th) 53:28, Michelle Rollinson (127th) 53:29, Zoe Ellis (128th) 53:37, Mark Loft (132nd) 55:27, Andrea Parker (136th) 55:47 and Amanda Tindall (146th) 62:43
The Humber Bridge Half Marathon is usually accompanied by a hot day and Sunday’s temperatures crept up for this race.
In a field of over 1,500 finishers, Cathy Wood was the first of the Bridlington contingent home in 176th place with a gun time of 1:38:41.
Next to finish was Simon Porter in 397th position with 1:46:23 and, just behind Porter, was Steve Frankish who was 399th in approx. 1:45:13.
Verona Petty was not far behind in 641st place with 1:54:07 and was followed by Kerry Whitehead, who was 825th in 1:59:07 and Julie Madden 1035th in 2:06:38.
In the Fun Run, Ashley Porter had a time of 17:00 and Ben Smith ran 19:49