CITY of York Athletic Club concluded their West Yorkshire Cross Country League season with four individual winners and three team wins in Oulton.

The final race of the league season at the new Leeds course encompassed a steady climb upon each lap which was made increasingly muddy by the rain.

Leading the way for York, who had a total 34 runners in action, was Katy Wood, who for the second meeting in a row, won the senior women's race.

She pulling away from Knavesmire’s Becky Penty in the second half to win by around 100 metres.

A strong display from the club saw the senior women's team finish third in the team discipline.

Tim Stratton led York's senior men’s team home to 10th place and, thanks to good pacing from their leading runners, the club comfortably took the team prize.

Unfortunately York did not have a team in the overall standings due to the absence of a side in the competition's first race.

York also produced fine performances in their under-13s and under-15s teams.

Lottie Langan pulled away from team mate Amy Kennedy in the last mile to win the U15s girl's race.

Having claimed wins in the two previous races, Langan also took the overall league title.

With nine runners from the club taking part, York won the day's team event and the overall series.

Although the U15s boy's team did not complete a full team, good performances in the first three races meant the club won the overall team title.

Daniel Campbell won the U13s boy's race which helped the club win the team title.

Lucy Gilbertson came fifth in the U15s girl’s race as the team placed second, being narrowly defeated Wakefield for the overall series title.

Ollie Wright won the U11s boy’s race for the third successive race to take the overall title.