ATHLETICS: Debutante Dave leads the way for March Athletics Club

March Athletics Club at the first Frostbite Friendly League fixture in St Neots last weekend.

March Athletics Club at the first Frostbite Friendly League fixture in St Neots last weekend.

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March Athletics Club got their Frostbite Friendly League campaign under way last week – and one of the club’s debutantes enjoyed a successful race.

Dave Burgess led the team home in his first Frostbite race in St Neots, crossing the line in 29 minutes and 51 seconds to finish in 26th out of over 510 runners.

Emma Tuck also enjoyed a decent debut, finishing in 85th place and in fourth in the ladies competition.

Results:

Seniors: Dave Burgess 29.51 (26th), Billy Bremner 30.01 (31st), Andy Cole 32.37 (78th), Toni Alcaraz 32.41 (81st), Michael Salter 32.42 (82nd), Emma Tuck 32.46 (85th), Andrew Larham 33.55 (111th), Rhys Davies 34.04 (122nd), Wayne Stimson 34.34 (132nd), Mark Cook 34.38 (135th) Mark Salmons 34.48 (141st), Darren Moat 36.01 (170th), Simon Render 37.21 (206th), Andrew Wool 37.51 (224th), Alan Brown 38.56 (263rd) Martin Gardner 39.07 (269th), Brian Goodenough 39.31 (280th), Mark Darlow 40.20 (300th), Mike Boxhall 41.35 (333rd), Tina Lambert 44.41 (383rd), Gaelle Bryant 45.01 (391st), Agnese Josta 46.37 (417th), Fred Amps 46.58 (426th), Mark Oakerbee 47.01 (427th), Bill Swadling 47.12 (430th), Pat Brown 52.08 (473rd).

Juniors: Alfie McIntyre 07.34 (10th), Liam Lambert 08.21 (37th), Luke Gardner 08.54 (71st), Luke Cumbridge 09.06 (81st), Oliver Harding 10.28 (146th), Lily Fiveash 10.36 (151st), Serge Lambert 10.49 (160th), Megan Davies 11.41 (182nd), Bronwen Davies 12.16 (189th), Alex Cartwright 12.45 (192nd).

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