Hot weather does not stop good results for running club

PUBLISHED: 11:11 25 June 2018

Three Counties Running Club

Three Counties Running Club


The warm weather didn’t stop Three Counties Running Club (TCRC) getting some fantastic results over the course of the week.

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The second of five races in the 5k Grand Prix Series took place at Eye with a great turnout of nine TCRC members.

First runner home for TCRC was junior runner Morgan Harrison 20:10 followed by first TCRC female Karen Smith 22:39, Trudy Sayell 23:21, Dawn Ball 26:18 PB, Sarah Johnson 26:24, Tony Lamb 27:22, Fay Gratton 28:51, Steve Clarke 29:23PB and Sarah Lamb 30:31.

Then club members on Sunday travelled to the Grimsthorpe 10 mile race and Abbey 10k in Ramsey.

Grimsthorpe 10 mile was a single lap route around Grimsthorpe Castle and lake taking in the beautiful scenery on a rather hilly mixed terrain course on a very warm day.

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Steve Clarke completed the race with a personal best 1:59:56.

Three of the TCRC ladies travelled to Ramsey to race in the Abbey 10k which was a flat, mixed terrain course around the beautiful historic Abbey.

First TCRC member home just three seconds off a personal best was Elisabeth Sennitt-Clough in 45:37 followed by Vicki Drake 56:28C personal best and Zoe Gourley in 1:00:23.

Wisbech Junior Parkrun had another fantastic turnout of 46 runners with seven of them from TCRC.

First home for TCRC in sixth position was Maisie Macdonald with a PB 9:26 followed by Hayden Hall 10:35, William Durkin 11:14, Casey Grange 11:16, Stephanie Harbord 14:24, Kallum Hall 17:28CPB and Joseph Durkin 24:50.

Other Parkrun results were March with Victoria May in 28:35PB and Barry Clark 28:35.

In King’s Lynn Tracy Else in 25:01 and Colin Apps in 25:01, Barbara Leake 34:54 and Emma Sage 36:25.

Three Counties Running Club are next flying the flag at the Whitemoor five miler and fun run on July 1 and also Wisbech Junior Parkrun.

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