Women athletes from the elite through to the novice will turn out in force on Sunday for the 21st Liverpool Women's 10k. The favourite is the city's own marathon international Jenny Clague, who won the race in 1998. Fellow Liverpool Harrier, Celia Whelan is also among the top runners.
Around 2,500 runners have entered this year's Worst Kept Secret event.A 5k race is also included, starting at 10am with the 10k following an hour later.Wirral Athletic Club's male runners gave a strong performance in the final race in the Borders League series at Wrexham enabling then to hold on to second place in division one. They won on the day with Alan Woods
leading the team home in third position in 20:36 The women lost out by one point on the day but were clear winners of the league division one over the seven races. Wallasey A.C. men were not able to gain the points needed to stave off relegation from division one but can be pleased with their first season's performances in the higher division and will be eager to bounce back next
year. The Wallasey A.C. ladies again just missed out on promotion, finishing third.