Marie Carey led the blue army at the Mel's Milers 10k last weekend with her time of 53:21.
Following her was Bev Navesey (59:48) and Clare Peake (1:15:54).
Matthew Cawthra opted for the 21 mile event at Cranleigh last weekend and completed it in a cracking time of 3:01:57. Meanwhile Oliver Dewdney went for the 15 mile option, completing that in 2:14:13.
Meanwhile Jonathan Herbert completed the Jogshop 20 in 3:00:27.
The club also held their annual awards night on Thursday. Receiving awards for the club were: Adam Lawson (Junior Academy Performance), Charlie/Amelia Fogden (Junior Academy Most Improved), Lola Geere (Junior Academy Coaches Award), Stuart Anderson (Blackcap),Ridley Family (Back Caalf Trophy), Karen Harvey (Social Award), Dave Oldfield (Committee Award), Andrew Baillie (Chairman's Award), Gary Woolven (Fun Run Champion Male), Kirsty Armstrong (Fun Run Champion Female), Eileen Adlam (Spirit of the WSFRL), Ralph Sims (Daytime Group Most Improved), David Clark (Daytime Group Coaches Award), Allison Willcox (Hazel Holmes), Lynette Brown (Beginners/Improved Coaches Award), Emma Leeson (Most Improved), Oliver Jones (Coaches Award), Gary Woolven (Club Champion Male), Jo Bryce (Club Champion Female), Gary Woolven (Male Vet 1), Neil Phillpot (Male Vet 2), Oliver Jones (Male Vet 3), Simon Alexander (Male Vet 4), Benny Coxhill (Male Vet 5), Stuart Condie (Male Vet 6), Richard Light (Male Vet 7), David Clark (Male Vet 9), Alice Tellett (Senior Female), Jill Craigs (Female Vet 1), Kirsty Armstrong (Female Vet 2), Miranda Skinner (Female Vet 3), Jo Bryce (Female Vet 4), Sue Lyle (Female Vet 5), Diane Delderfield (Female Vet 6).
Finally, John Palmer and James Sorbie represented the club at the K2 in Crawley where there was an open athletics event. Blustery conditions made running interesting for the pair. James completed the 1500m event in 4:59.39. John took on the 80m and 300m completing them in 12.16 and 49.22 respectively.