Huntingdonshire Runners out in force for Ramsey Frostbite

RIVERSIDE Runner Suzy Boast won the Women s race at the Ramsey Frostbite meeting on Sunday, following up her win in last week s Cambridgeshire Cross-Country Championships. Boast finished in 15th place out of over 400 athletes, and just edged out team-mate

RIVERSIDE Runner Suzy Boast won the Women's race at the Ramsey Frostbite meeting on Sunday, following up her win in last week's Cambridgeshire Cross-Country Championships.

Boast finished in 15th place out of over 400 athletes, and just edged out team-mate Dan Vajzovic in 16th place.

The Junior Race was won by Riverside whose tally of 43 points edged Huntingdonshire AC, with 53, into second.

Ollie McGlashan won the race for Riverside, completing the course in 8.48 with Tom Hemingway fifth in 9.20 and Carla Humphrey seventh in 9.25.


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Hunts AC runner James Downing turned in another excellent run, leading the 15-strong junior team in with a second-place finish out of 124 athletes.

Eleanor Smith, Katie Scholey, and Faye McLellan all ran a good race finishing fourth, fifth, and sixth in the junior girls' competition.

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In the senior race, Hugo Hocknell beat nearly 400 other runners to take sixth spot, and Julia McIntosh gained a top 10 finish in the women's category.

Darren Preston, pictured, was the leading finisher for the BRJ Club, crossing the line in fourth place for the Huntingdon-based club.

The first lady to finish for the club was Rachel Real in 208th place and she was followed home just over a minute later by Anita Girvan and Gillian Peck.

Adam Drylie was the top BRJ junior in 90th and Lucille Corby was the first BRJ junior girl.

TRACEY Patmore was the big winner at the annual Riverside Runners awards evening on Saturday, scooping five awards, including the George Callow Award for Outstanding Achievement, the Captain's Cup and the title of Overall Female Champion. Maurice Hemingway picked up three gongs and was named the overall male champion. For full results, see below.

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