ings for her age group this year, 68 seconds behind Shelton’s Julie Warner.
The consistency of Maycock’s marathons is also something to be marvelled at with 2017 times of 2:56:21 in Manchester and 2:56:32 in Frankfurt and also 2:56:50 in Manchester earlier this year.
Having made the decision to miss the Cheltenham Half Marathon to seek out a faster course, Marcus England was rewarded with a great performance at the Oxford Half where he finished fifth.
After going through 10km in 32:49 and 10 miles in 53:06, England crossed the line in an impressive PB of 70:21.
Leah Hopton knocked a huge 29 minutes off her PB with 3:41:52 at the Bournemouth Marathon whilst Dave Tomlin was third in the Cricklade 10k in 35:28.
Weekend parkruns saw James Bingham (17:16) first home in Cheltenham where Gareth Edwards (18:59) was fourth across the line, whilst Marc Fallows (19:01) led the field home in Cirencester.
Alice Stallberg (22:28) was the first lady at the Gloucester North event and Matt Lambourne (17:55) was fifth in
The Harriers teams at Sutton Park