March AC fielded 17 seniors and two juniors for the Thorney 5-mile race on Sunday.
Sean and Megan Stacey ran the 3k fun run in 17 minutes 37 and 17 minutes 39 respectively.
Meanwhile, it was a good day for personal bests for the club as well as prizes. First home for the club was Jason Perring with a personal best time of 31.40 and securing 36th place in a field of 235.
Andrew Larham was amongst the prize winners winning 1st Vet 55 with a time of 31.40. Mick Stacey won 1st vet 50 with a time of 32.34 and 5th lady overall and 1st Vet 45 was Debra Wait 61st place with a time of 33.29.
Times: Jason Perring 31.27, 36th (pb), Tim Boyd 34.38 77th, (pb), Darren Moat 35.29 89th, Geraldine Emmins 36.33 100th, Jordan Lancaster 36.47 103rd, Harry Littlemore 37.50 119th (pb), Stephen Cowell 41.11 147th, Dawn Veal 41.50 156th (pb), Fay Scrivener 43.21 163rd, Pat Brown 47.37 201st, Lavinia Seward 48.55 209th, Suzanne Orr 53.54 226th, Tony Whibley 54.07 227th, Maura Brown 63.47 233rd.
Four male runners from Fenland RC ran one of the region’s premier 5 mile road races at Thorney last Sunday.
On the classic out and back course, 235 competitors benefited from near perfect conditions in the first half but had to battle through a strong headwind on the last 2.5 miles.
The star performance has to go to newcomer Justin Showell who took 19 seconds off his PB to record a time of 37.36.
Colin Ferguson was third in the M60 and has benefited from competing in the Park Run at King’s Lynn over the last month to record a time almost two minutes quicker than his time last year.
Paul Wiegand showed a return to form with a solid run and Richard Hammond put in a decent run with a new PB.
Times: Richard Hammond 35th 31.26; Colin Ferguson 66th 34.00; Paul Wiegand 91st 35.44; Justin Showell 114th 37.36.