Around 250 competitors from all age groups were there for a programme of track and field events.
From Mablethorpe, it was again a family day at the races for dad Rob Hawse with daughter Ella, while siblings Archie and Ellie Rainbow were also in action.
There was more great success for the club with Rob winning the senior men’s 1500m in a time of 4min 31secs, while Ella clocked 2min 44secs in the under 15 girls’ 800m.
Under 15s runner Archie clocked personal bests to win both the 200m in 24.9secs and 800m in 2min 12.5secs.
Archie’s sister Ellie also secured a pair of PBs in the under 13s girls’ 100m (16.7secs) and 800m (2min 59.2secs).
* Five Mablethorpe runners formed part of the 39-strong field which completed the Authorpe Fun Run which raised funds for LIVES First Responders and the village hall.
The six-mile fun run started and finished from Authorpe Village Hall with Joseph Rice-Mundy the first Mablethorpe runner home in sixth overall in a time of 39min 27secs.
The race was won by Louth AC’s Adam Dalton in 35.02.
Other Mablethorpe positions and times: 22 Carl Musson 54.20, 27 Guy Willey 58.26, 36 Louise Willey 1hr 12min 02secs, 37 Helen Rice-Mundy (same time).
* Many Mablethorpe RC juniors and seniors joined 145 athletes for the first of the 2016 Wolds Dash series.
The off-road runs are hosted by Louth AC and take place at Hubbards Hill.
Mablethorpe results – U13 girls (3.22km): Hope Midgley 16min 18secs, Rebecca Millward 19.39, Larna Dales 21.30. U17 girls (5.24km): Paige Midgley 24m 10s. Vet Women 40+ (7.13km): Debbie Jinks 37.28, Sharon Wheatley-Margarson 37.50, Jane Davies 40.03, Elaine Wilson 40.10, Andrea Mettam 43.35, Loey Hewson 47.47, Diane Holmes 50.55, Helen Rice-Mundy 50.57, Cara Dixon 50.59. U11 boys (2.21km): Woody Dales 11.09. U13 boys (3.22km): Lewis Leader 14.25. Senior men (7.13km): Andrew Tomlin 30.55. Veteran men 40+ (7.13km): Nigel Cross 32.03, Carl Musson 50.57.