Chessor claims trophy hat-trick at Fenland Running Club presentation night

14:05 19 June 2012

Fenland Running Club annual presentation night at the Leverington Sports and Social Club.

Fenland Running Club annual presentation night at the Leverington Sports and Social Club.

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MEMBERS of Fenland Running Club show off their silverware after celebrating a successful season at their presentation night.

Club chairman Maire Irlam addressed the runners before Greg Tagney presented the awards at Leverington Sports and Social Club.

Lucy Chessor claimed a magnificent trophy hat-trick by picking up the first female, club champion and most improved runner prizes.

Scott Bywater won the first male award, with Gary Bligh named as the best new member.

Jack Trow took the Round Norfolk Relay award, Robbie Howlett claimed the Geoff Tye award and Paul Denwood picked up the Hayden Practice trophy.

Justin Kinsey won the 5K award while Paul Arnold picked up the marathon prize.

Dean Powley was the summer champion and John Chapman and Ann Trett were given special awards for marathon run achievements.

Greg presented a special trophy, sponsored by the Rose Tavern, to Julie Garner and John Chapman, who were the male and female winners of the Jane Tagney Memorial Mile.

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