Nine Malvern Joggers went to Credenhill on Sunday afternoon for the Canter which started at 3pm from Credenhill Sports and Social Club. This is a lovely, friendly multi-terrain race which covered country lanes, trails and woodland paths. The first half of the race was fairly flat but after the 5km mark, runners entered Credenhill Woods which involved climbing some challenging hills and technical descents. The finish was at Credenhill Church followed by the prize presentation back at the Sports and Social Club. Afterwards, there was a BBQ/pig roast and live music. Money raised was being donated to the Hereford Special Care Baby Unit. Julie
Malvern Joggers were led home by Ben Toon (48:10) who received a silver medal for being 2nd Under 40 male, Ian Walwyn (51:44) silver medal for 2nd Under 70 male, John Bryan (54:30), Steve Roode (55:09) bronze medal for 3rd Under 60 male, Julie Caseley (56:40) trophy for being 1st Under 60 female, Alison Priest (57:36) silver medal for being 2nd Under 60 female, Ewelina Skolimowska (58:58), Mike Anstey (1:01:22) and Lynda Broadway (1:05:20). Ewelina, Steve and Ian also competed at the first running of the Pershore Plum 10k in the morning.