AIREDALE Athletics' Summer Off-Road Challenge concluded on Sunday with another team victory for Baildon Runners, with Saltaire Striders overtaking Queensbury for second place.

The individual trophy competition was closely fought, with fewer than 70 points separating the top three.

Mick Coe (Queensbury) won on 6,676 points, with Rebecca Langdon (Baildon) second on 6,615 and clubmate Ian Hartman third on 6,609.

Reena Mistry was the top Eccleshill runner with 3,530 and Martin Love was Saltaire's leader with 3,131.

A total of 126 runners took part in the 15-race series, which concluded with the BEEFY'S NAB event, an up-and-down three-miler on Oxenhope Moor that drew just 32 runners.

The VALE OF YORK HALF-MARATHON had 1,219 finishers for a fast, flat run from Sherburn aerodrome.

A misty morning made way for hot sunshine but this did not prevent Dominic Shaw (New Marske Harriers) running away in 67min 44sec, ahead of Otley duo Jamil Parapia (70:57) and Zach Whitehead (73:41).

Leeds City's Scottish Commonwealth marathon runner Sue Partridge was top woman in 76:00. Hannah Oldroyd was second lady in 81:31 – just ahead of her neighbour, Dave Teggart of Bradford Airedale.

Ilkley runner Petra Bijsterveld called it "well organised – I would recommend it to anyone who needs a flat road race".

The same event organisers are managing entries for the BRADFORD CITY RUNS on October 24, starting from the Mirror Pool.

A children's run starts the activities at 9.15am, while a kids' playzone offers a spider tower, bungee trampoline and giant games for under-fives.

The half-marathon – four laps of the course along Thornton Road and the university campus – begins at 9.40am, with the 5K and 10K at 10am.

A morning of fun for the whole family, centred around City Park, is guaranteed.

The EPILEPSY ACTION BRADFORD 10K, rescheduled from the spring due to roadworks on Canal Road, takes place this Sunday at 9am, also from City Square.

The 2016 event will return to its usual slot in March.