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The BMAF concert was Hodgson's second Lebanon performance.
Three other Wrexham athletes picked up medals at the BMAF meeting.
THE journey home from Birmingham's Alexander Stadium for the region's athletes who competed in the BMAF Championships was a happy one.
Meanwhile, Prestatyn RC will have two teams - one M55 and One M65 - competing in the BMAF cross-country championships in Birmingham.
FOUR teams of Holmfirth Harriers veterans made their way down to Sutton Park, Sutton Coldfield, for the BMAF Road Relays, on Saturday.
Any athlete interested in being considered for selection should download the application form from the BMAF website (fixtures page), or alternatively contact Kim at
A WEEK after setting a new lap record in the BMAF relays in Birmingham Salford's Martin Cox transferred his brilliant form to the Denbighshire hills.
Alternatively, details and forms can be accessed on the BMAF website in the fixtures section at
"There may have been just two events on the programme but the competition across all age groups was fascinating," said Jenkins, who finished 12th in the over-60 section behind 12-times BMAF and Ireland Cross-Country International champion, Mike Hagar (Tipton).
Entries by this weekend to: BMAF XC Championships, 5 Mast Lane, Cullercoats, North Shields NE30 3DF.
The profile of the 23rd running of the Wylam Garagesupported Hexham-to-Ovingham event was boosted by the inclusion of the British Masters Athletics Federation (BMAF) championships, which attracted a number of athletes from all corners of the UK who were chasing a national medal in their particular age group.