Three Counties runner Sargeant shines at Sandringham

PUBLISHED: 15:00 26 September 2018 | UPDATED: 15:00 26 September 2018

Arthur and Steve at Sandringham

Arthur and Steve at Sandringham


Three Counties Running Club members Arthur Sargeant and Steve Arlington took part in the Sandringham XC 10k race around the beautiful grounds of the Royal Sandringham Estate.

The two laps of the 5k trail route cover a mixture of surfaces from woodland to road and a couple of big hills.

The race was a charity event to raise money for two local schools.

Arthur was the first club member home in a fantastic PB time of 53:36 followed by Steve in a great time of 1:05:34.

Junior Parkrun was a cold wet one this weekend but 20 little runners still managed to brave the weather and run in the timed 2k event.

Junior TCRC runner Maisie Macdonald was the first club runner home in 2nd position overall and 1st female in a time of 9:21 followed by Casey Grange in 11:45 and Stephanie Harbord in 12:55.

The Junior Parkrun is a timed 2k race that takes place every Sunday at 9am at The Wisbech Park for children between the age of 4-14. See Wisbech Junior Parkrun Facebook Page for details.

Other Parkrun results

Gorleston Cliffs

Daniel Barnes 19:53


Jonny Clark 20:46

Tracey Else 23:54

Marc Martin 24:47

Dawn Ball 24:58

Alice Ingman 26:21 PB

Emily Clarke 26:52PB

Victoria May 26:53PB

Colin Apps 26:56

Jodie Clark 28:14

Chelmsford central

Sarah Clark 23:41


Melvin Green 30:25PB

Three Counties Running Club are next flying the flag at The Pinchbeck 10k and Tennyson eight miler on September 30.

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