North Herts Road Runners results round-up

PUBLISHED: 16:47 27 November 2017 | UPDATED: 16:57 27 November 2017

Stewart Overton

Stewart Overton


Read the latest results from North Herts Road Runners.

North Herts Road Runners travelled to Dunstable in their numbers to race in the Three Counties cross country league – 41 ‘squirrels’ to be precise.

The men’s team finished first and the ladies were second giving us an overall team result of first.

This means that NHRR are 2nd overall, 2nd in the mens and 4th in the ladies.

The scoring team for the mens consisted of Jim McConnell (8), Adam Bowller (10), Ed Price (11), John Auld (12), John Rayner (15), Matt Sayers (21), Ryan Smith (29) and Dan Hills (39). For the ladies Katie Harbon (68), Astrid McKeown (93), Jane Clarke (117) and Tash Pitman (178). Also running was Vince Wright (57), James Keogh (63), Nick Malpeli (65), Adrian Sherwood (76), Richard Harbon (97), David Welsh (107), Steve Tracey (118), James Walsh (119), David Weston (138), Pete Sibbett (179), Paula Adams (188), Sarah Mitcherson (191), Johnny Spinks (211), Linda Aird (276), Jo Harbon (277), Adam Wilson (279), Caroline Thrussell (284), Hannah Keeble (287), Paul Bowal (295), Lucy O’Connor (305), Sue Vaughan (309), Nicky Tracey (312), Miranda Morgan (313), Sheila Leavy (334), Christine Sharp (337), Lindsay Cook (357), Joy Shroud (360), Corina Quayle (364) and Brian Judkins (365).

In other news Stewart Overton ran the Zurich Maratoia Donostia/San Sebastián in a new personal best of 3:02:01.

The Hatfield five mile included four members of NHRR’s beginners group.

Alice Bates (41.26) was first home for the club, closely followed by Ian Sutcliffe (41.52) who was 1st MV70 in the County. Also running was Heidi Millart-Griffin (51.28), Kelly Hanlon (58.59), Lindsey Lucas (50.49), Jo Kenlin (1.04.30).

Several squirrels ran at parkrun this week. Brian Judkins ran 33:37 at Bedford. Steve William ran 21:19 at Kettering. Phil Hunt ran 22:24 at Evesham. Closer to home, 3 squirrels ran at Stevenage, Oli Garbas (22:37), Steve Lummis (23:10) and Chris Poole (23:53).

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