Penguin runner, Chris Purton, has won his second race for the season, taking out the eleven kilometre Kevin Burn Memorial at Gunns Plains on Sunday.
Run over a scenic circuit course, the race is a favourite among club members.
Despite having had three rehandicaps due to his first win and subsequent placings, the tremendous effort that Purton has put into his training, plus trimming off some kilograms, has had its reward.
Purton also credits football umpiring on Saturdays and competitive co-markers with improving his performances.
He was chased hard all the way by Owen Thomas with Kelly Baxter hanging on well to finish third.
Evan Brett and Isaac Troughton impressed with strong runs from back marks, to finish fourth and fifth respectively while Christine Wright, Ann Horton and Mary-Lou Troughton all finished in the top ten.
Other runners turning in promising efforts for the big Wynyard to Burnie Feature Race this Sunday included Michael Purton and Hayden Bishop.
Fastest time was recorded by Jason Fehlberg for the men while Kim Reader was the fastest woman.
Nominated time winners were Robyn, Trinity and Natalie Luttrell and Brian Paine.