The club, unfortunately, could raise only the necessary six members, to count in the match, and so the team was not really up to full strength.
The result was a win for Liverpool H. with first six places and 21 points.
Second were Boundary H. with 93 points. Wallasey got 101 points.
Individual winner was Ron Davies of Liverpool in 32 mins. 0.6 secs.
Both might well have done better, for Ken had a bad arm and John suffered from severe stomach cramp.
Colin Harris in 13th place gave us a pleasant surprise.
These three runners put us in line for second place, but unfortun-ately there was rather a lapse until John Ryan, a newcomer, ran in 21st.
This week the club take on redoubtable Liverpool Pembroke, the North's leading two mile team and equally good on the country, and Wirral A.C.
With a good turn-out, the club could expect a second place.
Boys and youths please try to be at Club H.Q. at 2-0 p.m. as their services are required as markers for the new course. The race will start at approx. 3-0 p.m.
Wallasey Schools Championships are being held next week, and the club can promise spectators and competitors an interesting afternoon.
Anyone interested in joining the club is invited to come to the Club H.Q. to see these races, or to run, or to contact Cross-Country Secretary R. Woolley, 8 Bradman Road, Moreton. Or the Club Treasurer, R. Hubbard, of 44 Tollemache Street, Wallasey.