TEIGNBRIDGE Trotters took the team prize at the latest running of the Dornafield 10k.
The Trotters organise the charity event, which has been going for 16 years and raised more than £26,000 in that time.
Peter Dewhirst, owner of Dornafield Touring Park at Ipplepen, hosts the race and £2 from each entry goes to his charity.
This year the good cause was Bowel Cancer UK and a cheque for £368 was handed over after the race by Trotters' officials.
The route follows an undulating rural course around quiet and picturesque country lanes to Ogwell, Denbury and Ipplepen village borders.
While the Trotter men were out marshalling the race, 30 of their ladies were running past them.
First Trotter lady over the line was Helen Anthony who was seventh in 42.44 and third V35.
Melanie Dunn had a fantastic run in 44.51 for 11th, being chased by Jacki Woon in 12th and 45.28 which was 11 seconds faster beating her own O50 club record for a 10km set only a few weeks ago at the Royal Regatta 10km in Torbay.
Sarah Schutte ran another strong 10km in 46.05 and 14th to complete the winning team.
Tracy Elphick (46.27) and third V40 in 16th, Abigail Blee (49.30) 33rd, Sharon Bowman (50.25) 34th, Emma Pearcy (52.01) 43rd. These ladies made up the fifth winning team.
Ruth Johnson (53.01) 49th, Jessica Parkes (53.29) 52nd, Eleanor Taylor (54.37) 65th, Mary Goulden (55.13) 71st made up the seventh team winners.
Then a battle started with Angela Blakesley (56.33) 84th, Kirsty Bowman (56.34) 85th, Tina Caunter (56.38), Caroline Campbell (56.50) and Beverley Dennis (56.51) 88th neck and neck up to the line.
Stephanie Ross (57.22) 92nd, Hayley Brown (58.01) 98th, Jo Billyard (58.28) 100th, Catherine Barnes (58.34) 102nd, Nicky Cowling (59.30) 110th, Victoria Ratcliffe (1.00.36) 116th, Rachel Pallant (1.00.57) 118th, Sonia Hodge (1.03.17) 131st, Joanne White (1.03.17) 133rd, Heather Snow (1.04.02) 139th, Julie Crump (1.04.19) 139th, Katrina Zaple (1.04.42) 142ndand Jess Whitehouse (1.10.16) 159th completed the Trotter contingent.
The race winner was Serane Stone of Tiverton in 40 minutes dead. Exmouth Harrier Cathy Newman was a minute and five seconds behind in second.
A BIT of distance seems to suit Teignbridge Trotter Allen Taylor as he won the Kennet and Avon Canal 56-mile Ultra Marathon.
The race started in Bath city centre and travelled across Wiltshire and finished in Newbury, Berkshire.
Twenty runners took part as there was an option of a 21 mile race too. Allen led the race from 14 miles and had to dig deep as it became very lonely.
Allen crossed the finishing line first in a time of 8 hours and 15 minutes with the second and third place coming in at 8 hours 55 minutes together. It was the longest race he had ever taken part in.
TEIGNBRIDGE Trotter Geoff Davey set two personal bests in a week.
Davey set a new personal best of 36.26 and was 11th and second V35 at the Devon County 10km Championships in Exeter.
Davey was one of three Trotter men to take on the Bristol Half Marathon and he ran it in 1.20.47.
Mark Hamling produced 1.41.20 while Alexander Shearman ran 1.43.21.
Trotter Peter Middleton completed the Great North Run in 2:24 for 27,465th .
Middleton ran all the way with his son and they crossed the line together. Tony Stepney ran a time of 2.21.22 (27877th).
Stephanie Parker ran the Cheltenham Half-Marathon in 2.18.27 (1566th).