Not a real fell race this of course, but it makes a good long run early in the season. Conditions were heavy underfoot and while there was a stiff breeze at our backs for the long, cross country section, it was in our faces on the run in from Ingleborough, making tired legs more tired. There were no records broken and nobody got round in under three hours but there were two magnificent runs. Firstly by Angela Mudge who finished 11th overall, beating the usual winner Sarah Rowell. This was the best place ever by a lady. Secondly our own Dave Tait had a stunner to finish in the top twenty. Once again I failed to break three hours, though felt I would have with drier conditions. At least I turned the tables on Andy after his fine run at Edale. It was good to see Neil Piper\'s renaissance too.
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