The fourth race, which is run annually between the leading clubs for the above title, took place last Saturday afternoon, a large number of spectators, tempted by glorious weather, journeying to Roehampton. For the first time the celebrated Birmingham Birchfield club was represented, and, as will be seen, proved victorious. The manner of deciding the winning team is by adding together the order of arrival of the first six members of each club, the one whose total is the lowest to win, the successful men taking a gold medal each, whilst the first home received a silver cup, presented by Mr Walter Rye, who also gave the second man a valuable prize. Messrs T. R. Sachs and A. B. Roff, TH. and H., Jones and Turner, of the South London Harriers, and G. Brinkworth laid the trail.