Another win for James

PUBLISHED: 14:11 17 November 2010

THERE were some great performances from the Clevedon Athletic Club members with another range of winners in their various race categories.

THERE were some great performances from the Clevedon Athletic Club members with another range of winners in their various race categories.

Another race win for James Rodgers at Burnham 5k was followed up with a great fourth place in the Templer Ten.

The Templer Ten is a multi-terrain race just short of 10 milesin difficult conditions under foot because of the rain. Club coach Steve Hollier put in a great performance and was a winner in his age group. Well done also to Kev Neads and Viv McConnellboth second in their race categories.

Burnham Winter 5K (race two of six): 1st James Rodgers, 16.51; 3rd, Richard Smith, 18.02 (MV40); 4th, Alan Baker, 18.36 ; 8th, Nigel Charman, 19.07 (3rd 


MV40); 11th, Mark Templer, 19.29; 22nd, Neil Wallace, 20.59; 23rd, Dave Hoddell, 21.02; 33rd, Andy Ewing, 21.55; 38th, Helen Ball, 22.54 (1st FV45); 40th, Geoff Binns, 23.13; 44th, Mike Horwood, 24.05 (2nd MV60).

Templer Ten: 4th, James Rodgers, 54.52; 19th, Steve Hollier, 61.38 (1st MV60); 42nd, Kev Neads, 67.37 (2nd MV50); 48th, Viv McConnell, 68.12 (2nd FV50); 71st, Andy Ewing, 72.42.

To join in with the success of Clevedon AC, come to a training session see if you like it. Meet at 7pm in the Strode Sports Centre (Tuesdays and Thursdays) or see the club website for further details and contacts - www.clevedonac.co.uk


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