Three Counties Running Club junior, Morgan, on fire at regions

PUBLISHED: 07:24 24 January 2018

A fantastic weekend of running by Three Counties Running Club started on a cold and wet Saturday morning at Burghley House in the Regions Cross Country event.

A fantastic weekend of running by Three Counties Running Club started on a cold and wet Saturday morning at Burghley House in the Regions Cross Country event.

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A fantastic weekend of running by Three Counties Running Club which started on a cold and wet Saturday morning at Burghley House in the Regions Cross Country event.

Morgan Harrison and Joely Apps Morgan Harrison and Joely Apps

Morgan Harrison, 15, who goes to the University Academy Holbeach represented South Lincolnshire in the 5.7k event for the Under 17’s finishing in a very respectable 31st place.

Morgan had worked really hard to get there by qualifying in November 2017 at the Princess Ann Arena in Boston where he finished in 9th place.

Sunday saw a fantastic turnout at the Shouldham XC Series with 15 runners braving the cold and snow.

Again the Juniors represented the club brilliantly with both winning prizes for 2nd and 3rd place. Morgan Harrison coming 2nd in the U17 in a time of 19:12 and Joely Apps also in U17 in a time of 32:35.

Morgan Harrison Morgan Harrison

The senior results are as follows:

Senior Men

Lee Johnson 20:24

Husband and wife team Tim and Elisabeth Clough ran a fantastic race at the Folksworth 15miler Husband and wife team Tim and Elisabeth Clough ran a fantastic race at the Folksworth 15miler

Senior Ladies

Sarah Johnson 26:34

Men 40-44

Mark Mattless 24:32

Matt Hunter 25:03

Women 40-44

Cheryl Lenton 32:06

Anne-Marie Mattless 32:06

Women 45-49

Sarah Lamb 31:37

Men 50-54

Stephen Rhodes 22:59

Colin Apps 24:03

Arthur Sargeant 26:16

Tony Lamb 26:21

Women 55+

Sandra Rhodes 32:06

Three Counties Running Club members also travelled to Folksworth and St Albans Sunday. Runners at both events had to battle the elements of ice, winds and snow but all managed really respectable times.

Husband and wife team Tim and Elisabeth Clough ran a fantastic race at the Folksworth 15miler finishing in 2:00:22 Tim and 2:01:42 for Elisabeth.

Nick Sheehan again battled the elements at St Albans in the Fred Hugh 10 miles finishing in a great time of 1:40:00.

Park run results

March

Colin Apps 27:17

Tony Lamb 27:20 PB

Sarah Lamb 32:32CPB

Joely Apps 37:48

King’s Lynn

Frances Salter 35:22

Three Counties next event will be Saturday January 27, running Steve Clarke’s charity event to raise money for the charity Tommy’s.

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