March Athletic Club take part in the Abbey 10k race in Ramsey

March AC took part in the Abbey 10k race at Ramsey this weekend

March AC took part in the Abbey 10k race at Ramsey this weekend - Credit: Archant

Seventeen members of March AC took part in the Abbey 10k race at Ramsey yesterday (June 24).

Meanwhile six of March Ladies took part in the Colworth Marathon challenge which is a marathon dista

Meanwhile six of March Ladies took part in the Colworth Marathon challenge which is a marathon distance run over three days. - Credit: Archant

On a multi terrain course and the hot weather to contend with Billy Bremner was first home for the club with an amazing time of 37 minutes 9 seconds placing him 11th overall.

Toni Alcaraz was a prize winner for the ladies , 2nd lady in the race and winning 1st in her age category while Andy Cole is back on form achieving a personal best of 39 minutes 31 seconds.

In the fun run March Junior Archie Bullman was first for the club to cross the line in 9 minutes 15 seconds.

Times: Billy Bremner 37:09 (11th), Andrew Cole 39:31pb (21st) Toni Alcaraz 40:24 (24th), Andrew Larham 42:25 (44th) Robin Wright 44:42 (68th) , Andrew Wool 46:48 (99th) Justin Showell 47:56 (113th) Tom Orr 48:19 (122nd) Megan Ayling 48:36pb,(126th) Bryan Newman 48:45 (130th) Sarah Starr 49:09, (135th) Steve Starr 49:25 (143rd) Jon Long 49:45, (144th) Malcolm Hunt 52:32 (145th) Abbie Jeeves 53:23 (190th) Mark Darlow 54:26 (199th) Lesley Wright 54:35 (201st) Gaelle Bryant 56:34 (221st) Bill Swadling 58:06, (242nd) Irene Lane 1:02:37 (300th) Pat Brown 1:06:15 (324th)


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Abbey Fun Run times: Archie Bullman 9:15, Lily Fiveash 9:50, Paul Bryant 10:06, Amy Rudd 13:28, Rowen Whittlesey 17:23, Masie Whittlesey 17:25, Sue Jeeves 17:34.

Meanwhile, six of March Ladies took part in the Colworth Marathon challenge which is a marathon distance run over three days.

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