Following some tough races, this Sunday the PCCCT – Running Club provides members with a short and mostly flat course with the running of the Spreyton Cider Co five-kilometre handicap at Spreyton.
The course provides plenty of variety, taking competitors on quiet country roads, through paddocks, apple orchards and even a cherry orchard.
The race will commence at the later time of 11:00am to allow members to run in the Great Train Race at Don earlier in the morning.
With many members opting to compete in that earlier seven-kilometre event and then backing up over five kilometres shortly later, picking the likely winner is more difficult but one runner who will certainly be a top chance is Rhian Miles.
Miles has been running very consistently and finished strongly into sixth last week. She can easily take this out and make it the second win this year for the female runners.
Her biggest threat maybe another female in Kelly Baxter. After making a late start to the season, Baxter has quickly hit form and is putting in some big kilometres in training.
Others to keep an eye on include Steve Tammens, Mary-Lou Troughton and Tony Abel.
New runners are very welcome and can register for membership on the website www.pccct.org. Entries can only be made on the website and close at 6:00pm on Friday.
There will be nominated time events at the earlier time of 10:30 for those wanting a shorter event.
Members are also reminded that entries close this Sunday at 11:59pm for the High on Penguin Mountain Classic to be run on May 1st.