OLIVER Knight won the under 23 category at the Pendock Spring Chicken Run in south Worcestershire.

The Ledbury Harriers ace completed the 10-kilometre course in 37 minutes, 43 seconds to finish second overall and win his age group.

Clifford Berry was the next home for Harriers in 21st place with a time of 43.40, followed by Neil Grinnell in 44.04, Kate Elkington in 52.52, Dave Wilson in 55.22 and Vicki Buick in 1.30.

Barry Thompson tackled the Forest of Dean Half Marathon coming home in 55th place in a time of 1.28.

Holly Gourley was 23rd in the women's category in 1.40 while Andy Crawshaw finished in 1.48.

Dymock hosted its poets path run with competitors able to tackle the eight, 16 or 26-mile routes.

Harriers members Sarah Coggins, Tony Saunders, Emma Clarke and Chris Grubb all took on the challenge.

The 26-mile course was won by Grubb who came home 10 minutes ahead of the next rival.

Meanwhile, the first post-turkey 2019 couch to 5K students graduated at the Newent parkrun last weekend.

Led by course leader Sally Smart, all the participants completed the course supported by some of the Harriers regulars.

The next couch to 5k course starts on April 30 and places can be booked by visiting ledburyharriers.org.uk or emailing sallysmart1000@gmail.com.