CHESHIRE Dragons Athletics Club members have been racking up the medals once again.

Liz Renondeau, who captains the Cuddington-based club, won the women’s race overall and the W40 title at the British Masters 5km Championships.

She formed part of a Dragons “one-two” in the W40 age group, with Joanna Marsden taking silver.

Alongside Anna Begbe, who won her first medal at this level with W35 bronze, they combined to win the W35 team title.

Sara Avery’s fine form continue as she picked up W55 gold and came sixth overall in the women’s race while Debbie Broad smashed her personal best to win the W50 category.

They combined to win the team W45 title alongside Lisa Meadows, who was fourth in the W50 rankings.

Meanwhile, the club’s first foray into cross country proved a fruitful one as they took part in their first ever cross country league in Skelmersdale.

Louisa Thompson was the first woman home over a very tough and muddy course to help secure the team title alongside Amie Smith and Jess Haney, who finished fourth and sixth respectively.

Sean Merryweather was the first of the club’s male runners home as he finished fifth, with Paul Clutterbuck 47th and Matt Scott 48th.

Despite losing his shoe on four occasions, Daniel Lightfoot still managed to finish 58th while Craig Sephton came home 74th, Dave Gough 85th and Bob Coronaldi 103rd.

Over in Spain, Dave Haines successfully completed the Barcelona Marathon and Gary Richardson continued his comeback with pacing duties for a few miles.