Laura wins battle of the ladies

PUBLISHED: 15:26 03 November 2010

THERE was a great turn out from Clevedon Athletic Club members at the second Weston Prom race.

THERE was a great turn out from Clevedon Athletic Club members at the second Weston Prom race.

The men’s team captain did not arrive until the race had started, but still ran and powered through part of the field.

There was a great battle from two of the lead ladies, Laura Croker and Kate George, only 
separated at the end by two seconds. Laura edged out Kate to finish third lady overall, and first in her age group.

James Rodgers recorded another PB and this after his performance last weekend was a 
brilliant effort. Also, there was some good 
running from three veterans with Andy Heyes (1st MV 40), Richard Smith (2nd MV 40) and Clive Richards (3rd MV 40) finishin in 10th-16th place overall.

Results: 3rd, James Rodgers 27.08; 10th, Andy Heyes 28.52; 15th, Richard Smith 29.18; 16th, Clive Richards 29.33; 18th, Andy Shaw 29.46; 25th, Steven James 30.20; 32nd, Stuart Hancock 30.53; 36th, Nigel Charman 31.21; 51st, Neil Hatherall 32.52; 52nd, Haydn Bailey 32.54; 55th, Laura Croker 33.00; 56th, Kate George 33.02; 66th, Dave Hoddell 33.53; 74th, Neil Wallace 34.25; 75th, Mark Templer 34.26; 80th, Andy King 34.37; 86th, Kev Neads 34.53; 99th, Andy Ewing 35.52; 100th, Malcolm Roberts 35.54; 102nd, Helen Ball 36.08; 106th, Hayley Marriott 36.25; 119th, Geoff Binns 37.14; 120th, Joanne Filer 37.20; 149th, Jenny Ford 38.35; 153rd, Phillip Donkin 38.44; 156th, Simon Hancock 38.48; 166th, Samantha Eddy 39.27; 170th, Paula Hall 39.44; 171st, Jim Cahill 39.45; 185th, Andy Tancock 40.45; 205th, Elaine Heyes 42.05; 215th, Maggie Naden 43.59; 232nd, Fiona Sainty 46.26.

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


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