COLCHESTER Harriers super veteran Debbie Cattermole smashed the long-standing over-55 ladies' record at the extremely hilly Dolgellau 5, in Mid Wales.

Cattermole was third lady overall and took the over-55 record by over a minute, finishing in 36 minutes and 13 seconds.

Richard Flutter was 25th in 33m 15s and fourth over-50.

Angus Holford ran a superb 15m 8.66s to set his own best-ever track 5km at the Milton Keynes open events. He finished eighth.

The Ipswich Twilight 10km saw a good turnout of Harriers, with Mark McKeown leading the Green Vests home in tenth spot in 35m 5s.

Other Harriers were Keith Marley, 31st in 37m 54s, Adam Gerrish, 65th in 39m 58s, Gary Rayner, 180th in 45m 16s, Ellie Cumner, 184th in a personal best 45m 13s, Simon Miller, 212th in 46m 9s, Martin Claydon, 217th in 46m 17s, and Madeline Claydon, 252nd in 47m 8s.

The latest batch of Parkrun results saw Danny Millward set a new course record, winning in 17m 57s at the Severn Valley Country Park.

Annette Oakman was first lady at Mersea Cudmore Grove, in 22m 12s.

Heidi Steele was also first lady at Maldon Promenade Park, finishing fifth overall in 19m 14s.

A trio of Harriers followed her in Gavin Laws (sixth), Paul Dellar (seventh) and Andy Conway (ninth).

Great Notley saw Craig Mitchell finish fourth in 19m 38s, while Great Cornard saw a good run from third-placed Colin Ridley.

Jerry Walder, who clocked 18m 50s, was also third at Harwich seafront.

Ian Haw was runner-up at Colchester Castle, while Gavin Scanlon was the winner at Colchester Highwoods.

Three other Harriers chased him home as Pete West was second, Adam Gerrish third and Russell Goodridge fourth.

Over-65 runner Arthur Whiston ran a fine 23m 44s to come home 16th.

Keiron Callaghan was 17th in The Irish Navin Parkrun and clocked 28m 53s in a 6km trail event at Carlton House, near Dublin.