Strong finishes for FRC runners for Irlam, Harrod and Milburn at Yaxley Runners 15 mile race

PUBLISHED: 13:57 19 January 2015

Martin Jennings (yellow gloves) and Stuart Follen at the start of the Folksworth 15.

Martin Jennings (yellow gloves) and Stuart Follen at the start of the Folksworth 15.

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Fourteen Fenland Running Club runners were among a field of 440 finishers at the Yaxley Runners and Joggers 15 mile, hilly two lap race at Folksworth.

Maire Irlam was 2nd lady vet-45, Clive Harrod was 4th male vet-50 and Ian Milburn was 2nd male vet-70.

Results: Stuart Follen 91st 1.48.28; Martin Jennings 1.48.28; Clive Harrod 100th 1.49.55; Justin Showell 122nd 1.53.24; Andre Pittock 144th 1.55.26; Maire Irlam 145th 1.55.31; Ian Milburn 167th 1.55.53; Paul Griffin 190th 1.59.37; Sarah Gauvin 194th 2.00.32; Nicky Jennings 222nd 2.05.23; Larissa Follen 384th 2.29.55; Denise Griffin 427th 2.46.51; Sharon Bird 428th 2.46.52; Srah Rippon 429th 2.47.19.

At Shouldham Warren, two FRC runners took part in the Ryston Runners Cross Country 5km, also on Sunday. Dan Carrington finished in 20.59 and Ian King finished in 23.42.

March Friendly Frostbite Race results: Gary Bligh 33rd 32.14; Andrew Plume 54th 33.17; Stuart Follen 72nd 34.01; Tim Chapman 93rd 34.55; Sean Connolly 98th 35.13; Dan Carrington 112th 35.35; Dean Clark 124th 36.07; Clive Harrod 134th 36.37; Colin Simpson 137th 36.54; Nicole Coughlin 145th 37.10; Rod Sinnott 146th 37.11; John Chapman 150th 37.18; Paul Weigand 151st 37.22; Maire Irlam 166th 37.53; Sarah Gauvin 189th 38.35; Ian Milburn 193rd 38.38; Tony Moore 211th 39.31; Ramune Raicheleine 263rd 41.51; Ian King 273rd 42.13; Ann Trett 286th 42.33; Neil Bailey 332nd 44.59; Stacey Webb 334th 45.05; Sue George 374th 47.55; Larissa Follen 375th 48.19; Julie Garner 394th 50.01; Tracy Farr 409th 51.36; Cheryl Chapman 412th 51.56; Rebecca Richardson 426th 53.37; Tracey Howard 438th 55.36.


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