ABERGELE Harriers took part in the Welsh Castles Relay 2022 from Caernarfon Castle to Cardiff on June 11 and 12 finishing in 38th place overall and 28th in the open race.

With the weather being warm but strong winds on day one, and sunshine on day two from Newtown to Cardiff, there were excellent results from the team and no time penalties - a fantastic result competing against some of best clubs in the UK. 


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Stage 1 Caernarfon: 15th Sean McCormack 1:02:08

Stage 2 Penygroes: 36th Steven McCormack 1:18:31

Stage 3 Criccieth: 6th James Yarwood 1:09:35

Stage 4 Maentwrog: 34th Tim Cahill 1:11:24

Stage 5 Harlech: 36th Sarah Brooks 1:16:14

Stage 6 Barmouth: 47th Dave Greenall 1:26:05

Stage 7 Dolgellau: 48th Gareth Evans 1:20:43

Stage 8 Dinas Mawddwy: 40th Amy Williams 1:23:51

Stage 9 Foel: 37th Darren Battersby 1:02:46

Stage 10 Llanfair Caereinion: 54th Anthony Howe 1:53:44

Stage 11 Newtown: 49th David Jones 1:24:03

Stage 12 Llanbadarn Fynydd: 9th Darren Blazier 1:06:20

Stage 13 Crossgates: 43rd Phil Moss 1:24:50

Stage 14 Builth Wells: 44th Warren Brown 1:23:19

Stage 15 Epynt Visitor Centre: 35th John Jones 1:31:03

Stage 16 Brecon Canal Basin: 32nd 1:31:24

Stage 17 Torpantau: 50th Carol Moss 1:09:39

Stage 18 Merthyr: 28th Mark Mayers 1:04:40

Stage 19 Abercynon: 46th Paul Quinton 1:05:06

Stage 20 Caerphilly Castle to Cardiff Castle: 39th Alan Isley 1:12:40.

Meanwhile, Wednesday, June 8 was the North Wales 5k Championships in Llanrug: 4th James Yarwood 16:13; 17th Darren Blazier 18:31 Silver medal V50; 26th Rachel Shipley 19:38 Bronze medal.