Four members of Larne AC joined over 200 runners at the inaugural Comber Potato 10K on Saturday(July 4).
Billy Thompson put in a strong performance, finishing second MV50 and 22nd overall in a time of 40:14.
Gillian Logan produced another big display to finish as sixth lady in a time of 45:32.
Heather Baxter was next home, taking first spot in the FV45 category(51:37). She was followed by Melissa Whiteside who timed 58:43.
Three club members took part in the annual Glens of Antrim Coast Road 100 / 140km charity Cycling Sportive to raise money for ‘Make a Difference’ - a non-profit charitable organisation, founded by former Irish League footballer, Glenn Dunlop.
First back for the club, with a new personal best, was Pamela Ward in a brilliant 3:45. Pamela was using this as a training event for the Giant’s Causeway Coast Sportive in September.
Stephen McManus (3:58) was next home, before David Noble crossed the line in 3:59.
Saturday also saw over 25 new runners complete the nine-week ‘Couch 2 5k’ training plan with a full 5k graduation run at Larne parkrun .