March AC’s MKM Hereward Relay enjoys record turnout with runners braving a mudbath to power home
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A record 112 teams braved wet and muddy conditions as they turned out for March AC’s MKM building supplies Hereward Relay on Sunday.
March AC fielded five teams and Fenland Running Club contributed 12 teams to the four-stage 38.7 mile Hereward Relay from Peterborough to Ely.
March Mens A stormed home to secure 14th place overall, March Ladies A came 32nd overall and Karen Patterson won the 1st Vet Prize for leg 2.
March AC spokesman Debra Wait said: “Many thanks to the main sponsor MKM building supplies Kings Lynn and also to Morrissons of Wisbech who supplied the water for the runners.
“Norwich & Peterborough Building Society and Bartletts of Chatteris also supported the race.”
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March AC Results - March Mens A: Luke Fenner stage 1 ,40.39 13th; Lee Carey stage 2, 1.11.50 19th; Mick Stacey stage 3 1.23.02, 36th; Simon Oldfield stage 4 1.09.43; 18th. March Ladies A: Lynn Summerfield stage 1 48.10, 52nd; Karen Patterson stage 2 1.21.30, 47th; Debra Wait stage 3, 1.24.03, 40th; Geraldine Larham stage 4 1.18.05, 45th. March Mixtures: Justin Elvidge stage 1 47.27, 45th; Billy Bremner stage 2 1.15.19, 27th; Suzanne Orr Stage 3 2.18.02, 100th; Tim Boyd stage 4 1.19.07, 51st. March Ladies B: Lisa Donkin stage 1 57.36, 88th; Fay Scrivener stage 2, 1.44.26, 99th; Michelle Seward stage 3 1.48.18, 94th; Dawn Veal stage 4 1.34.21, 93rd.
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