Cornwall Athletic Club continue to dominate the men’s and ladies' team competitions in the latest race in the Cornwall Grand Prix Road Race Series, the Newquay 10K.

The club’s ladies' team were in irresistible form, with their six scoring runners in the top 12 positions.

Team captain Emma Stepto won the race for the third consecutive year, finishing in 36 minutes 27 seconds, 36 seconds faster than in 2017.

Heidi Tregenza (2nd) and the rapidly improving Ruby Orchard (3rd) completed the podium positions. Cornwall AC's Ladies' ‘B’ team were in fourth place, with the club’s ‘C’ team finishing eighth.

Cornwall AC’s Men’s team were also comfortable winners well clear of second placed Mile High.

Colin Snook led the CAC charge in third place, followed 14 seconds and one place later by the recently recruited Newquay Road Runner, Tony Wright, with one of the revelations of the race, 16 year old Sam Goodchild, not only winning the Under 20 competition by well over six minutes and also beating many established Seniors, finishing in seventh place.

There were no less than 14 prize winners in the age group competitions with the female Veterans 45-49 category producing a clean sweep of the awards led by Emma Stepto, Zelah Morrall (2nd) and Donna Raggett (3rd).

Heidi Tregenza won the Under 35 age group with Amy Sole in third place and Ruby Orchard led the way in the 35-39 section.

Karen Pascoe (50-54) and Jackie Jenkin (70-74) both won their respective categories, with Jayne Angilley completing the female Veteran prize winners taking second in her 50-59 age group.

The Men’s 50-54 section was won by Tony Wright, ahead of team mate Paul Whear, with the third placed overall finisher, Colin Snook also winning the 40-44 age group.

The evergreen Norris Kington continues to astound fellow competitors with yet another victory in the 75-79 category.

Hayle Runners sent a strong contingent of 66 runners and came away with prizes and personal bests for the distance.

Jordan Morant had a great run leading the team home with Emma Paull returning to be the first woman from the club home.

Strength in depth was a key to the club's success at the race with the men’s team taking 4th and 6th place in the team competition and with a group of strong women runners competing hard to gain a place in the Hayle team, the club repeated its successful second place at the Stormforce ten mile race two weeks previously.

On this occasion Jordan Morant, Steve Wherry, Steve Fuller, Tom Rosenfeld, Scott Abraham and Neil Cookson made the men's team and Emma Paul,Amy Jose,Fay Savage,Charlotte Bennett, Kirsty Medlock and Gail Aspen made the women's team.

As well as a series of personal best across the field for the club there were a number of age category prize winners.For the women,Emily Bennett had one of the runs of the day running a personal best of 49 minutes 4 seconds and a prize for third place in her under 20 age category.

Emma Paul was second in her under 35 age group,Faye Savage was second in her 40-44 age group ,Julia Burns was second and Caroline Chesterfield third in their 50-54 age category,Diane Warren was second and Ann Senior third in their 60-64 age group.

For the men Jordan Morant was second in his under 35 age category, Scott Abraham took third place in his 45-49 age category, Steve Wherry was third in his 50-54 age category, Giles Newcombe was third in his 60-64 age category and Bob Richards was second in his 65-69 age group.