ATHLETICS: Draper the first Fenland Running Club finisher in Frostbite Friendly League opener

PUBLISHED: 12:07 04 October 2017 | UPDATED: 12:07 04 October 2017

The Fenland Running Club members who took part in the opening round of the Frostbite Friendly League.

The Fenland Running Club members who took part in the opening round of the Frostbite Friendly League.

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A large contingent of Fenland Running Club members took part in the opening round of the Frostbite Friendly League last Sunday.

Shane Draper and Martin Jennings were the first two Fenland Running Club finishers.Shane Draper and Martin Jennings were the first two Fenland Running Club finishers.

Shane Draper was the leading finisher as he took 48th in a field of 516 athletes at Priory Park, in St Neots, with clubmate Martin Jennings one place and one second behind.

Ellen Connolly was the first female finishers as FRC finished 11th out of 16 competing clubs in the senior standings. The leading seven male and three lady runners count towards the team total.

Fenland Running Club results: 48 Shane Draper 31;04, 49 Martin Jennings 31.05, 97 Sean Connolly 33.16, 110 Richard Agger 33.51, 129 Tim Chapman 43.21, 146 Tom Richards 35.03, 202 Ellen Connolly 37.15, 209 Ann Trett 37.24, 228 Tom Clough 37.55, 247 Sarah Gauvin 38.27, 255 Nicky Jennings 38.42, 272 Maire Kay 39.16, 292 Elisabeth Sennitt-Clough 40.01, 295 Carol Bowett 40.06, 321 Alan Bird 41.05, 329 Ian King 41.15, 336 Bob Hicks 41.44, 348 Derek Barsby 42.31, 372 Carol Slater-Garner 44.16, 400 Denise Griffin 45.31, 414 Gemma Read 46.31, 436 Gilly Anderson 47.34, 437 Hannah Ryan 47.40, 449 Cheryl Chapman 48.37, 451 Neil Bailey 48.50, 477 Sarah Rippon 52.31.

* Jane Greenwood (633rd, 1:56.20) and Sam Lyddiatt (944th, 2:07.32) took part in the North Lincolnshire Half-Marathon in Lincoln.


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