Romsey Road Runners has built on last year's success in this year's RR10 series.

RR10 is a series of races across South West Hampshire involving more than a dozen local clubs with each hosting a five mile race, points are scored as individuals and teams which accumulate.

The events are cross country and often attract up to 400 runners making them very competitive.

Romsey Road Runners men's A team won seven of the events and finished second in the rest, this incredible feet finished them 10 points ahead of the runners up, Stubbington Green.

Romsey's Mark Nixon won the men's individual title overall.

In the ladies event, Romsey also finished in fourth place overall, which is one better than last year.

This was supported by individual performances, including team Captain Becky Tovey who came third overall, having placed in the top five for each race and winning two.