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Weekend review: July 11 & 12, 2015

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Monday 13th July 2015

Saturday, July 11, 2015

Ham and Lyme 50k/100k

Ham and Lyme 50k/100k

Photos: 50k winner Michael Robinson approaching the finish. Dave Urwin of organisers Albion Running with Joe Urwin, Mark Gregory and Mike Pini, who shared third place in the 100k along with a couple of others. 100k winner Luke Elliott with his trophy

On Saturday 11th July 96 ultra runners, some of them first timers, set off at 9am on the inaugural edition of the Ham & Lyme 50k from Ham Hill Country Park to Lyme Regis, mostly following the Liberty Trail. Another 20 set off on the 100k, knowing that when they reached Lyme they would have to turn back and run the route again in reverse.

Runners were treated to a sunny but not blisteringly hot start, and an impressive early pace was set by eventual 100k winner Luke Elliott, as well as 50k front runners; Mudcrew’s Michael Robinson and Shane Nesbitt. By all accounts Michael and Shane ran much of the way to Lyme together, Michael battling his extreme fear of cows along the way. Towards the end Michael broke away and took the win by a couple of minutes, setting a course record of 4:46:48.

Due to the tricky navigation of the course a number of people ended up getting lost, but all agreed that the stunning views and the camaraderie made up for it. A number of people arrived in waves, having shared navigational duties, and the finishers were treated to some delicious minestrone or spicy lentil soup, with sports massage provided by Muscle Tone Massage, water by Cheddar Water and lightly sparkling fruit drinks by Cawston Press. On top of this they were treated to a sunny afternoon by the sea, although things did become a little cloudy later on in the evening, temperatures dropping as a result.

Third in the 50k was Nick Sale of Crewkerne runners, around half an hour behind Shane.  First lady back was Jane Allison, who was in 20th place overall. She was followed not too far behind by Sarah Baker and Sarah Frost.
The 100k was dominated by Luke Elliott, although during the second half he did face stiff competition from Lee Harwood, Mark Gregory and Mike Pini, who battled for first place along the trail. Somewhere around the ten mile to go mark Luke and Lee left the others behind, and it was Luke who found a burst of speed up the final hill to take the win in a time of 12:02:05. Lee followed a few minutes later, but due to a navigational error it was well over an hour before Mark and Mike arrived. They had run into Joe Urwin, first lady Maryann Devally and Mark Barnett on the trail, and all shared third place.

Second lady was shared by Sharon Sullivan and Jacqui Betts, who had been running together since Lyme Regis, and third was taken by Natasha Smith.

Runners praised the variety of food on offer at the aid stations, the enthusiasm and efficiency of the volunteers and the stunning views from the aid station at Lambert’s Castle in particular. There were 94 finishers in the 50k, 13 in the 100k. Some commented that they already couldn’t wait for next year’s race.

Men's 50k results

1 Michael Robinson 4:46:48
2 Shane Nesbitt 4:47:10
3 Nick Sale 5:20:46


Women's 50k results

1 Jane Allison 6:07:04
2 Sarah Baker 6:14:14
3 Sarah Frost 6:16:19


Men's 100k results

1 Luke Elliott 12:02:48
2 Lee Harwood 12:05:34
3 Joe Urwin 13:42:05


Women's 100k results

1 Maryann Devally 13:42:05
=2 Sharon Sullivan 15:22:03
=2 Jacqui Betts 15:22:03


Click here for full results



Yeovil Montacute parkrun

Yeovil Montacute parkrun

Photos: The Montacute Red Arrows approach the Split formation; the front runners fly from the front

With Yeovilton Airday taking place a handful of miles away from our event  (RNAS Yeovilton celebrating its 75th birthday) and it being the 30th Anniversary of the classic film Top Gun, it seemed only fitting that we paid our own tribute to the forthcoming flying displays with the inaugural display of the Montacute Red Arrows!    

Runners moved from briefing to the start line and were invited to cast their eyes to the horizon as a solitary runner in red made his way down the centre of the Avenue, only to be joined by two runners, then another two.. and another two, and another two.. until there were 11 abreast dropping down into the dip… “wings” came the command from Red1, and then, with the whites of the eyes visible in the front row of waiting runners, the field got to witness a perfectly executed Champagne Split – a manoeuvre pinched off the real Red Arrows!

In the run there was a noticeable joie de vivre (practicing for a fortnight!) amongst the 213 runners, of whom 32 were first timers and must have wondered what the hell was going on – what with the Montacute Red Arrows and then all the other runners making like aeroplanes every time they ran past any photographer!

It says much for our event that the front three all did the aeroplane wings, and Ben Lloyd

of Yeovil Olympiads AC was first over the line in 18m21, the third time in 12 appearances here he’s been first finisher, and with an age grading of 75.84% he headed both rankings today. James Todd of Wells City Harriers was second, in 18m42, and Tom Thick was third with his time of 18m52.

Third place in the age grading standings today was Brian Mountjoy-Row, graded 71.95% for the time 25m08 (64th overall) – but more importantly, he was only one to pretend to be a helicopter for the cameras halfway down the Avenue!

In the Female placings, Linda Still and Princess Zara led from the off and finished as first lady and first dog together in 21m51 – this the 10th time in 20 appearances she’s been leading lady. Her time was the second best age-graded this week, graded 73.38%. Katie Lloyd of Yeovil Olympiads AC was second lady, 29th overall, with her time of 22m14 and Sascha Still  was third lady (39th overall) over the line in 23m23.

Ken Priest celebrated his 50th parkrun by finishing in 50th place - and a PB to boot!

Yeovil Montacute parkrun

Photos: TDown the Avenue; Ken Priest celebrates his 50th run

Today's full results and a complete event history can be found on the Yeovil Montacute parkrun Results Page.



Sunday, July 12, 2015

Asda Foundation Leeds 10K

Asda Foundation Leeds 10K - Sunday, July 12, 2015

Photos: © Simon Dewhurst

The legacy of the inspirational fundraiser Jane Tomlinson shone through again today as thousands of runners of all abilities took part in the Asda Foundation Leeds 10K raising funds for a host of good causes.

Jane, who raised nearly £2m by completing a series of daunting challenges despite being diagnosed with terminal cancer, launched the event in 2007. Since then it has raised over £2.5m for charity.

And the huge field that turned the city's streets into a mass of colour and noise ensured that the ninth running of the event was another resounding success.

Popular Leeds sporting star Josh Warrington, the European featherweight champion, helped get the race underway before joining the thousands taking part and managed to cross the finish line in 64mins 48secs. He was joined by inspirational fundraiser Kate Granger who, despite battling incurable cancer, also finished the event in 1hour 39mins and 19secs.

Cheering crowds provided the runners with superb encouragement as they made their way around the largely flat and fast course that started in Vicar Lane near the Grand Theatre, headed down to The Calls, through City Square, down Wellington Street and along Kirkstall Road before looping back to finish outside Leeds Town Hall.

Asda Foundation Leeds 10K - Sunday, July 12, 2015

Photos: © Simon Dewhurst

First home was Kevin Loundes in 31mins 33secs. Jamil Parapia clocked 31mins 53secs to take second place with Phillip Tedd third in 32mins 31secs.

The women's race was won by Leila Armoush with a time of 37mins 01secs. Fiona Davies was second in 37mins 28secs and Claire Steels took third place in 37mins 55secs. The male wheelchair race was won by Mark Conway who clocked 23mins 54secs whilst Jade Jones won the female wheelchair race in 25mins35secs.

Asda Foundation Leeds 10K - Sunday, July 12, 2015

Photos: © Simon Dewhurst

There was also joy for actor Michelle Hardwick - Vanessa Woodfield in ITV's Emmerdale - who successfully completed her first 10K in a time of 60mins 23secs, a personal best. The finishers also included Thornhill Community Academy English teacher Matthew Burton, of Channel 4's Educating Yorkshire fame, who raced home in 56mins and 11secs.

The field also included hundreds of businessmen and women taking part in the Clarion Leeds 10K Corporate Challenge, in which companies and other organisations compete for the title of fastest firm in the race. The results of that event will be calculated and released later.

The next Run For All event is the Asda Foundation York 10K on Sunday August 2nd. To enter go to www.runforall.com

Men's results

1 Kevin Loundes 0:31:33
2 Jamil Parapia 0:31:53
3 Phillip Tedd 0:32:31


Women's results

1 Leila Armoush 0:37:01
2 Fiona Davies 0:37:28
3 Claire Steels 0:37:55


Click here for full results



Bridport Jurassic Coast Runs

Bridport Jurassic Coast Run

Photos: Mass start for the 5k and 10k runners. 10k winner Andrew Griggs, the fastest of the stag-party © Astrid Rolle

The third Bridport Jurassic Coast Run was a grand day for everyone participating, despite constant rain and Thornecombe Beacon being inaccessible due to heavy fog. It was also a huge success for the joint organisers Bridport Runners, Brit Valley Rotary Club and the Bridport Leisure Centre: 150 runners participated in the three races over the distances of 10k, 5k and 1 mile – up from 130 runners the year before.

The event was not only a competitive race but a family and community occasion, as well, with the youngest runner being five years, the oldest seventy five years old, a stag-party on the run, children enjoying the Treasure Hunt and families checking out Bridport Leisure Centre and its pool on the day.

Race day started a bit with a shock, as the organisers had to shorten the 10k route up to Thornecombe Beacon on recommendation of the Coast Guard due to safety reasons. However, some runners were quite relieved not to take on the full gruesome climb to the Beacon, the second highest hill on the south coast.

A full 100 participants registered for this race. Many came from running clubs nearby and far away – among them a complete stag-party from the Lordshill Road Runners of Southampton. Their fastest runner, Andrew Griggs (not the bridegroom, though), won the 10k in 40 minutes and 44 seconds. The longest journeys were probably done by Gregory Skelton from Askern District Running Club in Yorkshire who happens to be an Ex-Bridport Runner and Lydia O’Donoghue from the Ealing Eagles Running Club in London. She was also the fastest woman on the 10k course in 48:54 min.

Fastest veterans (over 50 years of age) were Nigel Gates (42:48) and Alison Turner (1 hour 8 minutes and 10 seconds). The oldest runner, however, was the one with the most running experience of them all: 75 year old Patricia Seabrook has run 28,000 miles in her life so far and 460 marathons all over the world, including two in Australia!

The best time on the 5k course which also included the Jurassic Coast at West Bay was run by Thomas Crabtree in 23:35 – only 11 seconds over the record time on this course from last year’s race. The fastest female runner in the 5k course was Olivia Willmore in 31:35 who had already won the 1 mile race the year before.

Many young, but already fast runners had started before in the 1 mile for the under 12’s on the fields near the Leisure Centre. Fastest boy was Owen Pitcher, fastest girl was Lucy Guy. The 1 mile race also saw three five year old boys and a girl as the youngest starters.

“It seems as if our Jurassic Coast Runs can only go from strength to strength”, said a very pleased Bridport Runners’ Chair Brian Shelley after the race in which he himself started for the first time. He thanked all the helpers involved in the event for their support, long before and on race day, and Bridport Timber as sponsor of the 10k and 5k run. “If you look around Bridport and West Bay on any evening there are so many people running”, Brian remarked. “I hope that the increase in participation, both in the Bridport Jurassic Coast Run and in membership of Bridport Runners including our three Beginners Groups so far, has contributed to this."

Bridport Jurassic Coast Run

Photos: Just here for the fun of it: Paula Ferris from Honiton Running Club. A stag-party on the run © Astrid Rolle

Men's 10k results

1 Andrew Griggs Lordshill Road Runners 40:44
2 Daniel Hunt Unattached 41:30
3 Nigel Gates Unattached 42:48


Women's 10k results

1 Lydia O’Donoghue Ealing Eagles Running Club 48:54
2 Kate Jackson Unattached 50:24
3 Mary Gaston Unattached 52:24


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Men's 5k results

1 Thomas Crabtree 25:35
2 Kieran Dunning 25:58
3 Fred Warner 27:07


Women's 5k results

1 Olivia Willmore 31:35
2 Olivia Symes 32:36
3 Grace Crabtree 33:38


Click here for full results



Cheadle 4

Alex Hall of Vale Royal was the winner of this year’s Cheadle 4 Mile Road Race run .  It is the second time that he has won the race, being the winner 10 years ago. 

His time this year was 21.53, 21 seconds ahead of second placed Simon Myatt of Trentham Running Club (22.14). Carl Platt, also of Trentham was third in a time of 23.09.  South Cheshire Harriers Pete Mallison and Andy Mayers had quite a battle for the minor placings, finishing in 4th and 5th places and being only 5 seconds apart with times of 23.22 and 23.27 respectively.  Cheadle Running Club’s Dave Allen took the final open prize being 6th in a time of 23.32.

In the ladies race the winner was Wendy Mullineux of Trentham Running Club (25.38) who was over a minute clear of second placed former winner Ruth Watchorn Rice of Staffs Moorlands (26.57). Wendy Swift, also of Staffs Moorlands, came home third in 27.29.

Cheadle’s Rob Mace kept up the remarkable record of being the only runner to have competed in all of the 39 races that have been held.  Quite a noteworthy feat since Rob has only recently had a replacement knee operation!

Dot Fellows of Cannock and Staffs continued her unparalleled success in the lady veteran categories by winning the LV70+ category.  Since 1998 she has won her age group on each occasion that she has competed, only missing out in 2008 when she did not take part in the race.  An amazing record!

Men's results

1 Alex Hall Vale Royal 21:53
2 Simon Myatt Trentham Running Club 22:14
3 Carl Platt Trentham Running Club 23:09


Women's results

1 Wendy Mullineux Trentham Running Club 25:38
2 Ruth Watchorn Rice Staffs Moorlands 26:57
3 Wendy Swift Staffs Moorlands 27:29


Full results available at www.cheadlerunningclub.com



Decathlon We Love MCR 10K

DECATHLON We Love Manchester 10k 2015

Over 3,000 runners took part in the Decathlon We Love MCR 10K at the Etihad Campus in East Manchester.

The event, now known by runners as the ‘people's race,’ welcomed runners of all ages and standards and was officially started by Manchester's Lord Mayor Paul Murphy OBE.

In the men's category, Mohammed Abu-Rezeq from Altrincham and District AC took the winner’s title for the fourth year running, crossing the finish line in an impressive 30 minutes and 32 seconds. In second place came Matt Bond from Sale Harriers finishing in 30 minutes and 34 seconds followed by Tesfaye Debele from Leeds City finishing third place in 32 minutes and 5 seconds.

In the women’s category, first place went to former Great Britain international runner Michelle Ross- Cope, running for City of Stoke who finished the race in 34 minutes and 13 seconds. Jane Evans, running for Knowle & Dorridge Running Club, took second place crossing the finishing line in 35 minutes and 54 seconds followed by Stockport Harriers & AC runner Kelly Crickmore who finished third place in 36 minutes and 16 seconds. 

To end the day, approx. 400 children aged from 18 months to 6 years old took part in the Club La Santa Toddler Trot, which was also enjoyed by parents and grandparents alike.

Sports Tours International also organises the City of Salford 10k, which will take place on Sunday 6 September and the Grand 10k Run at Aintree Racecourse on Sunday 20 September.

DECATHLON We Love Manchester 10k 2015

For more information visit www.sportstoursinternational.co.uk or follow on Twitter at  @sportstoursint

Men's results

1 Mohammad Aburezeq Altricham and Districs AC 30:32
2 Matt Bond Sale Harriers 30:34
3 Debele Tesfaye Leeds City 32:05


Women's results

1 Michelle Ross-Cope City of Stoke 34:13
2 Jane Evans Knowle & Dorridge Running Club 35:54
3 Kelly Crickmore Stockport Harriers & AC 36:16


Click here for full results



Kelso 10k

Kelso 10k

Photos: The race start. Darrell Hastie being presented with his trophy by race sponsor Iain Wharton from Green Thumb

The heavy rain shower as registration opened soon cleared away to a bright sunny Sunday morning in Kelso for the annual Kelso 10k around the grounds of Floors Castle.  

The race was a sell-out this year with 220 places filled two weeks before the race.  After a race briefing in Kelso Rugby club the runners made their way to the start line on the Cobby alongside of the River Tweed. The race started at 11am and the runners headed off towards the Castle.  

Conditions underfoot were muddy in places and runners were warned to be cautious on the roads where the surface was still wet from the morning rain.  

The race was once again won by local Kelso runner Darrell Hastie (Gala Harriers) in a time of 34:12 and the first female over the line was Jennifer Forbes (Gala Harriers) in a time of 40:51. A total of 188 runners completed the race and then tucked into a fantastic spread of scones and cakes back in Kelso Rugby Club. 

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Kelso 10k

Photos: Runners in front of Floors Castle

Men's results

1 Darrell Hastie 34:12
2 David Limmer 34:30
3 Guy Bracken 34:46


Women's results

1 Jennifer Forbes 40:51
2 Julie Oswald 40:56
3 Hannah Waugh 42:07


Click here for full results in due course



Otter Rail and River Run

Results from this year’s Otter Rail and River Run are unprecedented. There was a 50 per cent increase in entries on last year, with more than 100 people registering on the day and 215 finishers.

Winner James Denne, from Honiton, set a new course record of 34:33, coming in just ahead of the 2014 winner James Reeve, of South West Road Runners, in 35:45, who despite taking a minute off his time, couldn’t reel in the winner. Simon Minting of Exmouth Harriers, winner in 2013, also improved on his time, but still had to settle for third place in 35:52.

Helen Anthony, of Teignbridge Trotters, set a new ladies course record of 40:35, with last year’s winner Alexandra Cutts, of South West Road Runners, in second place, in 42:07 despite improving on her time by two minutes. Third lady was Nicky Savill, of South West Road Runners, in 43:25, a time that would have secured her first place last year.

South West Road Runners won the men’s team prize, with last year’s winners Teignbridge Trotters in second place. The Teignbridge Trotter ladies did the honours for the club this year, with the ladies team from South West Road Runners in second.

In the veteran awards very good times were recorded by John Horton, from Newquay and Par AC, of 47:25 for M70, and Eleanor Wood, of Axe Valley Runners, of 44:33 for F55, a PB in a category she’s won since 2012.

The high number of club runners led to times overall being very fast – nearly 80 people, more than a third of entrants, ran a sub 50:00, another 70 crossed the line within the space of 10 minutes to finish within the hour. It was a good day for pacing all round, with the last finisher completing in 1:23:16.

The spread of entries ranged far and wide, a first-time camping offer attracting people from Oxford, Berkshire, Hampshire and Cornwall and people travelling from Bournemouth and across the south west to enter on the day. The furthest travelled entrant was 18-year-old Ernie Miszewski, from Indiana, USA.

There was also a great turnout from local clubs – Teignbridge Trotters numbering 22, and South West Road Runners 19, with good showings from Sidmouth and Honiton Running Clubs, also Axe Valley Runners, Exmouth Harriers, Haldon Trail Runners, and Women on the Run. Devon club runners also came from Okehampton RC, Plymouth Coasters, North Devon Road Runners, Dawlish Coasters, Torbay AC, Newton Abbot AC, Bideford AAC, and Tiverton Harriers.

Other clubs represented were Bexley AC, Crewkerne, Thomas Cook RRC, Bournemouth AC, Gloucester AC, Newquay and Par AC, Kidderminster and Stourport AC, UKNet Runner, Droitwich AC, Springfield Striders, N1 Triathlon Club, Mud Stactle, and City of Salisbury.

The event first staged in 2007, is run by Tipton St John Playing Field Association, in conjunction with Sidmouth Running Club.

The event also includes the 1.5 mile Jackie Box Fun Run, encouraging the next generation to get their running shoes on.

The race has always been the second Saturday of July, so a provisional date for what will be the 10th special year is Saturday 9th July 2016.

Thanks go to sponsors Michelmores Solicitors, Otter Brewery and Harrison-Lavers & Potbury’s.

Men's results

1 James DENNE Unattached 0:34:33
2 James REEVES South West Road Runners 0:35:45
3 Simon MINTING Exmouth Harriers 0:35:52


Women's results

1 Helen ANTHONY Teignbridge Trotters 0:40:35
2 Alexandra CUTTS South West Road Runners 0:42:07
3 Nicky SAVILL South West Road Runners 0:43:25


Click here for full results



St. Anne's Carnival Races

St. Anne's Carnival Races

Photos: The start of the St. Anne's Carnival 5K

Records tumbled in the St. Anne's Carnival 5K held along the St. Annes sea front under blue skies in bright breezy conditions.

Both the men's and women's records fell, with the race winner Matthew Shirling of Liverpool Harriers, competing on a spur-of-the-moment decision, finishing in a blistering 16.37.  Stirling, still not yet 20, is one of Britain's top ranked juniors, previously rated first in the U15 and U17 at 1500m and 3000m. 

Declan Conley of Border Harriers, also an out-of-towner, finished second in 16.52 and local celebrity Jason Parker of Preston Harriers finished third in 16.53.  Parker made it a family occasion with son Robbie winning the 1500m.

Hannah Oldroyd of UKnetrunners finished well ahead of the rest of the women, 11th overall in 18.25 knocking 20 seconds from last year's record.  Jayne Perry of Lancaster & Morecambe AC was second woman in 29th and 20.20, one place ahead of Zoe Gmerek in 20.33, returning to the Carnival 5K after a break of two years and two babies.

The race attracted talented juniors with Ben Preddy of Blackpool Wyre & Fylde AC, winning the U15Bs, 6th in a stunning time of 17.58 and Chloe Norman of Lytham St. Annes RRC winning the U15Gs in her first 5K, 55th in 23.23, 55th.  Michael Hayes, also of LSARRC, was first U17B, 23rd in 19.50 and Liam Eastaff, first U20M, 37th in 21.27. 

St. Anne's Carnival Races

Photos: Hannah Oldroyd (194), first woman, Winner Matthew Shirling (245), with Declan Conley (182), second and Jason Parker (224), third

Veteran winners were Kevin Hunt, Preston Harriers, first V45, 5th in 17.49, James Dagleish, Lancaster & Morecambe AC, first V40 in 18.42, Michael Toman, Rossendale Harriers, first V50 27th in 20.12, Alex Rowe, Wesham RR, first V55, 14th in 18.49 and speedy older runners Gary Pendlebury, first V60, 20th in 19.43 and Mel Walker, Burnden Runners first V70 in 22.26.

Women's categories were won by Blackpool Wyre & Fylde AC members Michelle Tickle, F40 50th in 22.29 and Bev Wright, F50, in a very good 21.02 for 33rd.  Gemma Owen of Wesham RR, was first F35, 58th in 23.48, Julie Tomen, Clayton le Moors Harriers, F45, 78th in 27.43, Pamela Hardman, LSARRC, F55, 69th in 25.35, Sue Cooper, Southport Waterloo AC, F60, 54th in 23.09, Davina Bowling, F65, 86th in 28.48 and Evelyn Elkington, Red Rose Runners, F75, 107th in 33.55.

Host club Lytham St. Annes RRC featured in the team competition taking both the men's and women's.  Joe Greenwood, who knocked 8 seconds from his PB time to finish 4th in 17.19, Andy Draper, 10th in 18.19 and Neil Tate, 12th in 18.32 made up the men's team and Claire England, 53rd in 23.03, young Chloe Norman and Fiona Geldard completed the winning women's team, 64th in 25.20. 

St. Anne's Carnival Races

Photos: Start of the St Annes 1500m Fun Run, Robbie Parker (80) already in the lead

A bumper one hundred and twenty-seven runners, some as young as four or five, collected on the sea wall to wait for St. Anne's Carnival Queen Hannah Jeffrey to start the St. Annes Carnival 1500m Fun Run.

Part of the town Carnival weekend, it made for a colourful and festive scene and barely five minutes later, having negotiated the accurately measured 1500m course designed to mimic the adult equivalent, winner Robbie Parker came into sight.  Teenage winner, Robbie, aged 13, took just 5 minutes 17 seconds, a time many older athletes would be proud of, to complete the course.  Luke Brindle of Horwich RMI, 12, was second in 5.19 and club-mate Matthew Flatters, 10, was third in 5.23.    

It was a fight to the line for the leading girls finishing 8th, 9th and 10th with Liberty Thompson, 12, of Clayton le Moors Harriers, winning out in an excellent 6.03 ahead of  Blackpool Wyre & Fylde AC's Caity Preddy, sister of Ben, in 6.06 and Jasmine Carey, 12, also of BWFAC, in 6.09. 

Home club Lytham St. Anne's RRC was well represented with thirteen of their young athletes running, amongst them fourth-placed Louis Eunson, 10, finishing in 5.50 and Isla Gordon, 12, 7th girl in 6.25. 

Men's results

1 Matthew Shirling Liverpool Harriers 16:37
2 Declan Conley Border Harriers 16:52
3 Jason Parker Preston Harriers 16:53


Women's results

1 Hannah Oldroyd UKnetrunners 18:25
2 Jayne Perry Lancaster & Morecambe AC 20:20
3 Zoe Gmerek in   20:33


Click here for full results



Uckfield Lions 10k Fun Run

Uckfield Lions 10k Fun Run

Photo: Lion President Graham Baldwin presenting medals to the two winners

Around 86 runners took part in the 6th Uckfield & District Lions Club Charity Fun Run on Sunday. The race was organised by Uckfield & District Lions Club supported by Uckfield Runners.

Monies raised will be shared equally between the Lions Club Charity Account and Hurstwood Headway Park at Newick providing support for those suffering stroke and brain injuries.

Men's results

1 Gary Foster 37:08
2 James Cox 38:44
3 Gary Woolven 39:09


Women's results

1 Emma Rollings 40:41
2 Sally Norris 43:57
3 Louise Toomey 49:39


Click here for full results


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