It was a narrow victory for Floyd as he held off the challenge of the host club's Steve Cairns, winner of last week's Tynedale 10k, by just 6 seconds to win in a time of 25.55.
Dixon's victory was a lot more comfortable, winning by a huge 3 and a half minutes from unattached athlete Louise Rogers.
It was always going to be a close race with Floyd, who had warmed up for the race with a 10k of 33.20 in Rotherham and Cairns, who's time at Tynedale at 33.09. As they headed towards the Swing Bridge and the last mile, it was Floyd, "inspired by the memories of being a student at the Riverside nightclub" who broke away and got a small gap that he was able to maintain until the end, despite the efforts of Cairns.
Floyd was thrilled with his win on the new course and looks to return next year.
With 3 runners in the first 6, Tyne Bridge comfortably won the team event. They also provided the veterans winner in Keith Smith.
After suffering from a lack of fitness in recent weeks (you can read her recent blog by clicking here), Aly Dixon was satisfied with her 28.50 for 16th place. The team event went to North Shields Poly.
For full results click here.
For some pictures of the night click here
For a short video clip of ladies winner Aly Dixon click here.
Well done to everyone that took part.