Fenland Running Club competitor Irlam wins age category at final Peterborough Grand Prix 5km series race

12:43 06 August 2014

Andre Pittock.

Andre Pittock.

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Maire Irlam won her age category as 20 Fenland Running Club members took part in the fifth and final Peterborough Grand Prix 5km series race hosted by Werrington Joggers.

Out of 204 runners, Dan Wate was first home for the club in 40th (19.29), while Stuart Follen in 48th also broke the 20 minute barrier (19.43).

Results: Dan Wate 40th 19.29; Stuart Follen 48th 19.43; Dean Clark 56th 20.00; Maire Irlam 78th and 1st Vet-45 21.08; Paul Weigand 81st 21.11; Graham Millham 88th 21.27; Clive Harrod 92nd 21.33; Justin Showell 103rd 21.59; Ian Milburn 107th 22.14; Paul Griffin 113th 22.37; Ian Barlow 126th 23.11; Max Pearson 128th 23.33; Mel Murdoch 131st 23.35; Ramune Raicheleine 132nd 23.40; Marc Martin 136th 23.49; Ann Vaughan 140th 24.14; Dean Racey 148th 24.48; Ashlee Dowd 157th 25.37; Stacey Webb 167th 27.03; Larissa Follen 177th 28.41.

Fenland Running Club competitors Andre Pittock and Pasquale Ruggiero took part in a 7.5km hilly National Trust race overlooking Robin Hood’s Bay.

Pittock finished 20th (44.07) and Pasquale was 31st (54:04).

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