More than 200 runners made up the largest entry in 20 years for Sunday’s Thurlby 10k road race.
They were led home by Jonathan Palmer of Bourne Town Harriers in a time of 35:10.
Third-placed Cameron Everist (38:19) and Steven Sheppard (38:33) in fourth secured the team prize for Harriers.
Runner-up was Jeff Lucas of Werrington Joggers in 37:29.
First lady was Ann Wood of Werrington Joggers (44:52) ahead of Bourne’s Gemma Hempstead-Alcoran (46:07) and Janine Barrowcliffe (47:24).
First male veteran was Scott Lloyd of Werrington in 38:35.
First lady veteran was Jo Patrick (Sleaford Striders) in 49:57.
The 10k course records remain with Steven Body (32:44) in 2009 and Claire Steels who set a new best of 38:25 last year.
The 3k fun run was won by Alex Devine (9:40) ahead of Max James (9:40) and Mollie Peel (9:50).
Prizes for the first Thurlby School pupils went to Mitchell Cooper (10:49) and Sophia Bull (12:09).