It was Jordan Skelly who won the men's race at the event in Sproxton, completing the 10,500 metre course in 34:55, far out of sight of the rest of the field. In the ladies race Lauren Staves finished second place in 30:47, over what was a 7,250 metre course.
On the road, a trio of Striders took on the Barton & District Deepdale Dash 10k.
The undulating course makes it difficult to run a personal best, none of the group managed to run one but were all close to their times. Simon Blacknell was first Strider to finish in 44:13, followed by Charles Anyan in 45:22, with Samantha Woffindin running 60:30.
While last Saturday Jayne Hunt ran the Dambuster 10 Mile Trail Race at Derwent Water running the time of 87:38 and finishing first place in her age category.
At the weekend's parkruns there were a couple of personal bests to report, Aaron Hill beat his previous best at the Market Rasen event with his effort of 18:30.
While at the Scunthorpe event Lee Vickers ran a new best time of 19:01, also present was Norman Hindley who ran 28:29. Doddington Hall was the popular event of choice with times coming from James Croft (17:21), Mark Smith (20:47), Simon Blacknell (22:01), and Joan Smithson (33:46). Striders touring elsewhere were Ronnie McWilliam (19:01), Will Lansdall (21:23), Ian Longstaffe (24:07), and Sandra Picksley (27:12) all running at their chosen events.
The club's training sessions on Tuesday nights take place at 6:45pm at the Corringham Road industrial estate, and at 6:30pm on a Thursday evening from Roses, new members are welcome to attend.