Top performances from Fenland Runners at Holt
FENLAND Running Club members produced of their best performances in the Holy Seven Mile Road Race. A dozen members raced along a circuit that ran from the village down to the coast and back. First home for Fenland was club coach Robin Parker, whose 41-4
FENLAND Running Club members produced one of their best performances in the Holt Seven Mile Road Race.
A dozen members raced along a circuit that ran from the village down to the coast and back.
First home for Fenland was club coach Robin Parker, whose 41-42 placed him fifth overall.
Not far behind was club chairman Tim Chapman in 47-34, finishing 29th.
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The club's first three ladies won the team event.
Maire Irlam (50-48, 51st) was followed in by Lisa Jermey (51-34, 63rd) and Sarah Gauvin (52-52, 72nd).
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Irlam was awarded a prize for being the third overall lady.
Veterans Keith White (50-48, 50th) and Ian Milburn (50-52, 54th) also ran very strongly in a field of 244 finishers.
There were also impressive performances from Jane Holmes (54-45, 88th), Cheryl Chapman (59-06, 135th) and Jane Greenwood (1:00-41, 149th).