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24/03/2018  Huntingdon Parkrun PBs
54 Frances Stanton 24:21 (previously 24:34, 25th= in club all-time rankings), 67 Niki Winsor 25:06 (previously 25:51, 33rd), 100 Sasha Suvorov 27:06 (previously 27:15 41st)   Further Info


17/03/2018  English Schools XC Champs, Leeds

Derek Darnell reports:  At the English Schools Champs yesterday Issy Wilkins improved from last year's 116th position to finish 54th (out of 342 in 12:19) in the Junior girls race despite taking a tumble into the mud mid way through the race. Issy was again first finisher for Cambs Schools. Conall McGinness (183/339 20:02)and Nicole Covell (287/323 21:13) finished further down their fields, finding it tough going as the weather and ground conditions worsened into the afternoon. Unfortunately, Joey Croft had to drop out early on but made the correct decision as he was clearly unwell.

Well done to all the Hunts runners (including Shannon who finished 14th in the Intermediate Girls race with 14:19) and spectators Rob, Alan, Sarah, Gaynor, Amelia and I, and the Waller family) for enduring the really cold wind and snow blowing across the course. Or should I call it the quagmire!


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11/03/2018  Frostbite League, Jubilee Park, Huntingdon
The Huntingdonshire AC junior cross country runners made it the perfect season as they won the final Frostbite League race held at Jubilee Park Huntingdon.  Winning all six cross country races over the past six month against 15 other clubs, the Hunts AC junior team clinched the title for the second year in a row.  Leading the way for Hunts AC in 3rd place in the field of 184 which included 40 Hunts AC runners, Caspar Hiscock clocked 8:46 and was quickly followed in five seconds later by Shannon Flockhart who was the first girl to finish in 5th place overall. Seb Darnell (10th 9:05), Issy Wilkins (13th 9:09) and Spencer Taylor (15th 9:18) closed out the scoring team.  Kudos must go to Casper and Issy who both ran for Cambridgeshire AA in the Inter-Counties cross country championships near Loughborough.  Issy was a standout in this race as she placed 37th of 304 runner over the 4k course. This was the last junior race for Casper, Shannon and Seb before they move up to the senior distance next season.  Seb was given a special presentation for having competed in the most races ever in a junior career.  Out of 41 possible races over seven seasons, Seb ran in 38.  When the team race scores were tallied, Hunts AC ran out comfortable winners with 46 points to second-place Riverside Runners on 78 points with BRJ third with 102 points. With five previous wins, this team victory gave Hunts AC the maximum score in the final standings of 90 points with Riverside second with 82 points and BRJ third on 77 points.

Juniors:  17 Markus Downhill 9:19, 18 Angus Lawrence 9:20, 28 Henry Waller 9:48, 36 Brendan Rose 9:59, 37 Ciaran Burke 10:02, 42 Matthew Rose 10:05, 43 Alasdair Large 10:06, 46 Katie Wright 10:14, 48 George Jennings 10:19, 49 Thomas Richard 10:19, 50 Lloyd Brownston 10:22, 55 Evie Flockhart 10:27, 63 Willow Bedding 10:36, 69Aaron Hawkings10:46, 81 Ruby Ashman 11:00, 86 Caitlan Burke 11:11, 91 Rupert Raven 11:26, 92 Kieran Still 11:27, 95 Joel Isaac 11:31, 102 Cerys Davis 11:42, 112 Jacob Dodge 11:56, 115 Elliot Sly 12:00, 129 Ella Watson 12:32, 133 Ellie Linnell 12:36, 141 Mollie Webster 12:52, 142 Sophie Bambridge 12:52, 146 Ella Reed 13:05, 151 Isabelle James 13:12, 152 Rosie Linnell 13:14, 157 Moria Howard 13:39, 159 Barnaby Smith 13:45, 161 Zara Sharp 13:52, 163 Zac Farrer 14:02, 164 Maisie Isaac 14:03, 172 Eva Howard 14:18 (184 finishers)

In the senior competition, 44 Hunts AC runners took part in a field of 344 and placed 2nd on the day and 2nd in the final league table in both cases behind Riverside Runners.  This was the seventh year in a row that the club had taken home a top-3 trophy. In the 5-mile race itself, club cross country captain Ty Farrer led the way for Hunts AC with a 5th-place finish in 29:44.  Darren Matthews (6th 30:36) and Dave Connell (7th 30:38) also completed the race with top-10 finishes.  Remaining scorers included Rod McKee (13th 31:19), Steve Church (32:59), Daniel Woolf (28th 33:12), Sean Barker (34th 33:28), Kelly Crawford (102nd 37:26), Polly Smith (124th 38:47) and Ieva Klavina (126th 38:58).

Seniors:  36 Carl Rooney 33:37, 46 Martin Rowe 34:14, 51 Derek Darnell 34:36, 62 Ian Gallagher 35:13, 63 Shane Hunt 35:16, 69 Stuart Laud 35:37, 87 Arseniy Suvorov 36:27, 112 Dave Spurle 37:50, 127 Caroline Archer 39:00, 128 Bruce Grimley 39:01, 129 Caroline King 39:05, 130 Daniel Rigby 39:06, 131 Alan Burgin 39:19, 152 Amy Steele 39:49, 197 Hayden Waller 42:01, 202 Bryan Nylander 42:26, 212 Adrian Smith 43:13, 220 Pauline Stocker 43:40, 228 Phil Young 44:10, 229 Georgia Hill 44:14, 230 Amelia Darnell 44:17, 243 Sarah Haythornthwaite 45:15, 250 Yvette Adamson 45:58, 258 Jess Mann 46:22, 263 Katie Strickland 46:53, 264 Marion Barber 46:56, 267 Steve Burke 47:09, 304 Diane Bunch 51:27, 306 Diane Bunch 51:35, 321 Hilary McConville 54:37, 326 Peter Whitehead 55:54, 332 Charlotte Murie 56:33, 339 Julia Tebbs 58:21, 357 Sarah Smith 72:49 (359 finishers)


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