Three Counties Running Club take on Eye Charity 5 miler and Peterborough Grand Prix in Ferry Meadows
A very warm Thursday evening saw Three Counties Running Club members travel to take part in the Eye Charity 5 mile race.
The mixed terrain course, hosted by Eye Runners, starts and finishes at Lindisfarne Road - and is a partial out-and-back run on the Green Wheel Relay route.
The entire entry fee went to the charity Make and Donate, which raises funds for useful and thoughtful gifts and equipment for cancer patients to help make their lives more bearable.
TCRC had eight members taking part, with all achieving some fantastic times.
There were 117 runners altogether, and Craig Freestone was the first club runner home in 16th place with a CPB 34:59.
In 29th was Mark Mattless (37:18CPB), 47th Sarah-Jane Macdonald (40:53CPB, 2nd in age and 4th female), 60th Sarah Johnson (42:53CPB and 2nd in age), Melvin Green (47:50CPB), Lorraine Parker (49:40), Anne-Marie Mattless (50:32CPB) and Sarah Lamb (57:00CPB).
On Wednesday, TCRC members had tackled the third leg of The Peterborough Grand Prix series - held at Ferry Meadows by Peterborough and Nene Valley.
First home for the club was Gary Bligh in 19:58, followed by Mark Mattless (22:33), Tamara Barnes (26:19), Melvin Green (29:07) and Anne-Marie Mattless (31:17).
Hunstanton: Matthew Knott 23:36, Naomi Smith 28:24 (1st in age)
March: Dawn Ball 25:36 (1st in age, 3rd female), Donna Johnson 29:14, Melvin Green 29:15
Thomas Mills: Steve Rhodes 25:38, Sandra Rhodes 33:54
Boston: Colin Apps 29:13, Joely Apps 35:11
King's Lynn: Alice Ingman 29:08, Anne-Marie Mattless 29:17, Keith White 31:37, Steve Clarke 33:32, Sarah Lamb 35:19, Tony Lamb 35:32