Sunday the 28th saw the last race in the Dunbar Running Club championship with 12 members taking part in the Norham 10K.
The winner of the race was David Kirkland of Alnwick Harriers who, with a time of 32:36, finished over three and a half minutes ahead of the rest of the field. Dunbar's Ian Sills took 7th place in 37:04, with club mate Stuart Hay taking 9th in 37:34 and Graeme Jones finishing 17th in 39:05, with Ross Combe 2 minutes behind in 41:06. Rhona Anderson (42:48) was 2nd female overall and first female veteran, followed by Steve Pattison (43:35), Neil Teather (46:59), Mary Pattison (49:11), Clarissa Berry (53:13), Sheila Morrison (53:45), Jane Timms (54:25) and Theresa Leslie (56:04).
The 25th Two Breweries Hill Race took place the previous day – a race of 18 miles from Traquair House, Innerleithen taking in over 4,900 feet of climb over Birkscairn Hill, Hundleshope, Stob Law, Whitelaw Hill and the steep Trahenna before the finish in Broughton. This year saw 176 runners completing the race, a marked increase on last years 88 finishers, with Ian Rowland of Dunbar finishing in 3:47:37, club mates Lee Curtis and Anne Hay finishing in 4:19:16 and 4:38:17 respectively, and George Armstrong of HELP completing the run in 4:45:14.