ATHLETICS: Billy is the pick of the March AC bunch with fine Great Eastern Run finish

PUBLISHED: 10:09 11 October 2017 | UPDATED: 10:09 11 October 2017

March AC runners who took part in the Great Eastern Run.

March AC runners who took part in the Great Eastern Run.

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Billy Bremner stormed to a fine finish in the Great Eastern Run last Sunday.

The March AC man was 60th out of more than 4,000 runners in the big half-marathon in Peterborough.

Bremner completed the course in a fantastic time of 1:17.40 with clubmate Dave Burgess just over a minute behind in 1:18.58, which earned 80th place.

Toni Alcaraz was the leading March AC lady in 216th place with a time of 1:27.16, which also secured second spot in her W40-44 age group.

March AC results: 60 Billy Bremner 1:70.40, 80 Dave Burgess 1:18.58, 216 Toni Alcaraz 1:27.16, 223 Mike Boxall 1:27.30, 280 Mick Stacey 1:29.58, 313 Emma Tuck 1:30.40, 548 Justin Showell 1:37.34, 570 Brian Harding 1:37.42, 702 Rhys Davies 1:40.25, 899 Bryan Newman 1:44.47, 947 Alan Brown 1:45.35, 964 Simon Render 1:45.54, 1171 John Fulcher 1:49.03, 1437 Jon Long 1:53.04, 1639 Laura Webb 1:56.04, 1785 Tina Lambert 1:57.35, 2165 Ed Palmer 2:02.36, 2456 Harry Littlemore 2:07.22, 2470 Scott Bywater 2:07.32, 2477 Fay Scrivener 2:07.41, 2493 Karen Dando 2:07.54, 2646 Mark Oakerbee 2:10.08, 2929 Rachel Boxall 2:14.52, 3070 Sarah Lemmon 2:17.23, 3268 Pat Norris 2:21.51, 3388 Chris Andrew 2:24.49, 3756 Emma Parker 2:36.35.

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