UNSTOPPABLE Amy Davies rounded off her title-winning season in style as she triumphed at the sixth and final Mid Lancs Cross Country League race of the season.

The Blackburn Harriers star made it five race wins out of six as she stormed to glory at the Crooklands, Kendal event in a time of seven minutes and 23 seconds.

That meant Davies was the resounding winner of the overall U11s girls champion.

Rossendale Harriers’ Maisy Vasic was fourth on the day, in 7mins 48secs, and fourth in the final standings.

A number of other young East Lancashire runners also finished top of their respective age groups at the end of the six-race series.

Hyndburn AC’s George Owen was joint top in the U11s boys table as was Kai Atkins of Pendle AC in the U13s boys table.

Pendle AC dominated the final U15s boys standings with Matthew Barnes first, Thomas Marchant second, Matthew Thompson sixth and Luke Thompson seventh.

Matthew Thompson was Pendle’s highest finisher on the day in fourth with Luke Thompson one spot behind in fifth.

Three of the top four positions in the U15s girls table were taken up by aces from Blackburn Harriers.

Elizabeth Greenwood was the champion with Grace Handley second and Megan Clarkson fourth.

On the day Handley raced to first place in 11mins 2secs with Clarkson following up in third in 11mins 53secs.

Rebecca Flanagan, of Rossendale Harriers, came third on the day in 15mins 21secs and third in the final U17s women’s standings, while Ellen Sagar-Hesketh, of Hyndburn AC, was third on the day in 24mins 46secs and second in the final U20s women’s standings.

Blackburn Harriers’ Helen Leigh was the highest East Lancashire finisher in the ladies in fourth.

On the day Barlick Fell Runners’ Sarah Tiplar (third in 20mins 44secs) and Accrington Road Runners’ Debbie Gowans (eighth and second fastest L45 in 21mins 38secs) finished inside the top 10.

In the final LV55 standings Clayton-le-Moors Harriers duo Irene Roche was joint second and Jean Knightley finished fourth.

Barlick Fell Runners’ Nick Treitl finished sixth on the day in the men’s race in a time of 31mins 15secs with Blackburn Harriers’ Matt Nuttall following up in 13th in 31mins 52secs.

Those performances helped Treitl claim seventh spot and Nuttall 12th spot in the final standings.

The final team tables also made pleasant reading for local clubs.

Blackburn Harriers claimed the U15s girls, U17s women’s, U17s men’s and men’s Division Three titles.

Also finishing top of the standings were Pendle AC (U15s boys), Clayton-le-Moors Harriers (LV55) and Barlick Fell Runners (men’s Division Four).