JULIE Caseley had a weekend to remember as she won a hat-trick of medals.

The Malvern Joggers runner collected her first trophy when she finished second in the FV55 category in the The Man versus Horse Marathon.

She came home in a time of four hours 38 minutes and six seconds behind Chris Smallman who completed the race in 4.03.40.

After her success in Wales, Caseley achieved a time of 52.45 in the Pitchcroft 10k to win a silver salver for first FV55 and clinched silver in the FV50-59 age category.

Suzie Lane also took part, finishing in 50.41.

Elsewhere, Nic Dauncey did the Severn Valley Trail Run in 48.28 while a team took on The Magic Roundabout 10k in Hay-on-Wye.

Results from the Magic Roundabout 10k: Steve Roode 51.31, Ian Dyson 52.07, Emily Priest 52.29, Andrew Brown 54.44, Alison Priest 56.38, Amanda Duncan 59.09, Andy Campbell 01.01.57.

Two teams consisting of eight including Joggers aces Lynda Broadway, Mike Anstey, Glyn Davies and Viv Tolley tackled Mizuno Endure24. The men’s team completed 30 laps in 24.37.30.