ATHLETICS: Chris is quickest St Neots and Graham is in a ‘Rush’ at Shouldham

PUBLISHED: 09:40 22 November 2017 | UPDATED: 09:40 22 November 2017

Three Counties Running Club members at the St Neots Half Marathon are, from the left, Adele O'Connor, Paul Stratford, Sarah-Jane MacDonald and Chris Garner.

Three Counties Running Club members at the St Neots Half Marathon are, from the left, Adele O'Connor, Paul Stratford, Sarah-Jane MacDonald and Chris Garner.


Chris Garner was the leading Three Counties Running Club performer in the St Neots Half Marathon last Sunday.

Garner completed the 13.1-mile course in a time of 2:08.54 while clubmates Paul Stratford, Adele O’Connor and Sarah-Jane MacDonald all crossed the line in 2:16.35.

MacDonald completed the race as part of her charity challenge to run in 12 half-marathons for Cancer Research.

A large contingent of Three Counties members took part in the second round of the Shouldham Cross-Country Series in Norfolk.

Morgan Harrison finished fourth in the Under 17 age group over 4.5km in 17.37, while Graham Rushmer was the quickest senior runner over 9km in 39.15.

Three Counties senior results:

Senior Men: Graham Rushmer 39.15.

Senior Ladies: Lauren Day 43.47.

Veteran Ladies 35-39: Trudy Sayell 43.37, Sarah Melton-Whitelam 48.33, Vicki Drake 53.51.

Veteran Men 40-44: Kersten Muller 38.33, Matt Hunter 43.44, Steve Clarke 1:03.41.

Veteran Ladies 40-44: Cheryl Lenton 51.40.

Veteran Men 45-49: Jonny Clark 40.40, Gary Bligh 43.38, Steve Whitelam 54.59.

Veteran Ladies 45-49: Teresa Rodrigues 47.51, Sarah Lamb 1:03.39.

Veteran Men 50-54: Steve Rhodes 41.57, Tony Lamb 52.01.

Veteran Ladies 55+: Sandra Rhodes 56.27.


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