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Leading lady was Toni Alcaraz in 64th with a time of 34.27 at Jubilee Park

By Pete Woodhouse

March AC have had a great Frostbite Friendly League season after the last race was held at Jubilee Park in Huntingdon.

With 16 strong teams from all over the county, March Seniors ended the season in fifth place overall with 64 points, beating some of the region’s larger clubs.

Sunday’s race saw 362 seniors compete and 190 juniors. The whole team pulled out all the stops to gain those crucial points.

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The race is based on the first seven men and three ladies to cross the finish line for the team.

Heading the seniors was Dave Burgess in a fantastic time of 30 minutes 16 seconds, placing him 8th overall. Leading the ladies was Toni Alcaraz, crossing the line in 64th overall with a time of 34.27.

Senior times: Dave Burgess 8th 30:16, Luke Brown 17th 31:03, Louis Fairfax 47th 33:28, Toni Alcaraz 64th 34:27, Andrew Wool 72nd 34:41, Wayne Stimson 79th 34:49, Dan Barber 92nd 35:31, Liam Lambert 107th 36:23, Sean Stacey 112th 36:42, Mark Salmons 115th 36:46, Rhys Davies 135th 37:41, Karen Patterson 139th 37:49, Phil Beldom 159th 39:05, Hugh Harris 196th 40:52, Tom Orr 219th 42:02, Abi Jeeves 232nd 42:54, Tina Lambert 245th 43:56, Malcolm Hunt 258 44:45, Kathryn Brand 263rd 45:08, Michelle Fovargue 311th 50:19, David Watts 321st 51:38, Deb Watts 321st 52:55, Suzanne Orr 337th 56:09, Pat Brown 1:07:46. Junior times: Louis Benningfield 19th 8:38, Archie Bullman 36th 9:43, Vinnie Quinlan 97th 10:50, Ellie Fiveash 131st 11:28, Serge Lambert 144th 11:50, Lily Fiveash 145th 11:53, Noah Wool 186th 14:55.

The juniors ended the series in 9th place overall thanks to the great achievements from the young team. Louis Benningfield was first home with a time of 8 minutes 38 seconds , 19th overall and Ellie Fiveash led the girls home in 11 minutes 28 seconds.

Steve and Sarah Starr travelled to Paris to take part in the half marathon and finished in 2.00.22 and 2.20.55 respectively.

Teilo Pearce achieved a personal best at the London Landmarks Half Marathon finishing in 1.45.45.


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