MAIDENHED Athletics Club members Abbie Jones and Pauline Siddons both won trophies at the Cliveden 10K on Sunday.

The popular event is held at the National Trust site in Cliveden and hosted by the Burnham Joggers plus it is a target race for Maidenhead and attracted 64 entries from the club.

A sudden and heavy downpour ensured the going through the woods and along the towpath would be both muddy and slippery. The course has 177 steps to climb twice but includes stunning scenery.

The first home for Maidenhead was Jon Regan, finishing in sixth position overall in a time of 40 minutes and 26 seconds (40.26). Jones was the first club female to finish (sixth overall) with 47.48 and scooped a trophy in the 17-39 age category.

Siddons came first in her age category whilst Carolyn Locket (59.57) and Dave Waterman (01:06.53) came second – both missing first place by just seconds.

Other impressive performances came from Adam Stage and Lawrence Mills (both 41.25), James Fickling (41.47), Anthony Hall (44.59) and Colin Symons (45.06).

Both Jones and Lil Rawlings competed in the fourth match of the Chiltern League at the Equestrian Centre in Keysoe, Bedford on a course that includes running through the water jump.

Both girls did exceptionally well with Jones runner-up in the Under 20s Division Two and Rawlings in eighth position in the U17s Division Two.

The pair managed another third-place finish on Saturday to move them from 10th to ninth position overall. Jones moved individually from ninth to third post in the U20s girl’s competition having competed in four matches.

The final match at Teardrop Lakes in Milton Keynes in February.

Maidenhead member Gerry Killen ran in the Rough and Tumble event on Sunday. The competition starts and finishes in the village of Milton Lilbourne in Wiltshire and is a 10-mile off-road race with steep hills and descents.

The course was muddy and strong winds made for a challenging race with Killen completing in one hour, 46 minutes and 33 minutes (1:46.33).

The Maidenhead Under 13s girls team won bronze in the latest sports hall match on Sunday and Tamzin Bellamy won individual gold as the best overall athlete.

The U13s boys won the silver medal and Callum Presnail the individual bronze. Jack Britton finished in fourth place and two points behind Presnail.

The U15s girls and boys both won silver and Joshua Presnail was fourth overall.