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March Athletic Club returned to action in the Frostbite Friendly League



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Last weekend seen the return of the Frostbite Friendly League for March Athletic Club.

After a two-year absence due to Covid-19 restrictions, during which a virtual league was held instead, a full schedule is now back in place.

The likes of woodland courses, with plenty of tree root obstacles and mud thrown in, will be taken on by runners from 15 other local clubs.

March Athletic Club at the Frostbite Friendly League's return (52607098)
March Athletic Club at the Frostbite Friendly League's return (52607098)

The first Frostbite race of the winter season was hosted by St Neots' Riverside Runners at Priory Park in St Neots.

However, the weather felt more like that from summer time - with glorious blue skies and a relatively dry course welcoming participants.

March had eleven seniors taking part in the five-mile race and ten racing in the 1.5-mile race.

James Arran in action (52607101)
James Arran in action (52607101)

The seniors came home in 11th position, and the juniors cracked the top ten.

Great runs from both teams seen Andy Cole first home for March, crossing the line in 31:45.

Tina Lambert was the first March lady to finish, racing in 39:33.

Luke Cambridge was the fastest boy as he stormed to a time of 7:45, while Sacha Bland was the quickest girl with 10:38.

Sue Jolly having a great time (52607104)
Sue Jolly having a great time (52607104)

Senior participants: Andy Cole, Liam Lambert, Dean Markillie, Andrew Wool, Tim Brammer, Mike Blackledge, Walter Beldom, Tina Lambert, Susan Jolly, James Arran, Pat Brown.



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