Battle of the halves in pleasing displays for Three Counties Running Club
- Credit: Sarah-jane Macdonald
It was a battle of the halves as Three Counties Running Club geared up on both sides of the Irish Sea.
Jacqueline McGonigle laced up her trainers for the Belfast City virtual half-marathon, which takes runners around the town of Magherafelt and the village of Castledawson with 600ft of elevation.
A tough all-road course with plenty of hills, which Jacqueline, who thought the route was very enjoyable, completed in a time of 2:30:57.
Alice Ingman completed the virtual runners Easter 15k run in a personal best (PB) of 1:29:08, winning a medal, certificate and confirmation she finished in the top 100 virtual runners worldwide over 15k.
Meanwhile, Sarah-jane Macdonald ran the virtual Run Nation England half-marathon in 2:04:30.
Fifty-nine children between the ages of four and 10-yaers-old took part in the junior parkrun at Wisbech Park across a free timed 2k event.
Isaac Western was the first TCRC runner home in a PB of 9:31, while there were also PBs for Daniel Beitans (9:55) and Callum Bates (10:56) as Annika Beitane finished in 13:29.
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