OVERALL WINNER: Aidan Hobbs turns from Albert into Palmerin street with a clear lead in the 1500m Pentath-run.
OVERALL WINNER: Aidan Hobbs turns from Albert into Palmerin street with a clear lead in the 1500m Pentath-run. Gerard Walsh

Past winner just too good in 17th Pentath-run.

AIDAN Hobbs recorded his second clean sweep in the Warwick Pentath-run on the Southern Downs at the weekend.

Hobbs won each of the five events.

Warwick runner Simeon Burrill contested the five events for the first time and was second in three events, the half marathon, 4.6km cross country and 1500m, fourth in the ascent from Killarney to Queen Mary Falls and fifth in the 5km run at Sandy Creek.

In the 1500m which was on a new course out and back along Albert Street, Hobbs won in four minutes, 21 seconds from Burrill in 4:37.

Brielle Erbacher from Toowoomba showed her class in the 1500m and was in the top-four overall for the 1500m. She won the women's race with a time of 4:45 in an event where 60 per cent of the athletes were women.

The overall winner in the women's was Olivia Lennon from Stafford Heights in Brisbane.

See Warwick Pentath-run photo gallery later in the day



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