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English National Cross Country Championship 2013

Joe Steward on his way to Silver

Joe Steward on his way to Silver

Trying to put up the tent in a blizzard

Trying to put up the tent in a blizzard

A number of athletes travelled to Herrington Park at Sunderland in what can only be described as artic conditions, which later turned into a sea of mud, to compete in the National Cross Country Championship. Performance of the day was Joe Steward who came second in the U17’s boys behind his arch rival Adam Howard from Oldham, with our own Tom McGuiness coming 106th.

Another great performance was Patrick Gardiner in the senior men who came 129th in a field of over 1000 seasoned runners and a special mention for Martin McGann competing in his 44th consecutive national competition.

Jack Thomas was 159th in the U13 boys and in the U15 boys another of the Steward family had a great performance with Max Steward 54th just behind George Lewis 53rd and Luke Piper 62nd.

Luke, George, and Max

George, Max and Luke

We had three junior ladies in the u17’s Danielle Dignan 107th Hayley Simpson 114 and Clare Dignan 138th

Danielle, Hayley and Clare

Danielle, Hayley and Clare

Then came the senior ladies once again led by a consistent Janine Ridgard 198th followed by Emma McQueen 227th and Ann Cherry 419.

Steve Cram and Brendan Foster

Steve Cram and Brendan Foster

Another highlight of the day was Steve Cram and Brendan Foster turned up to watch and happily posed for a photo for Chesh News

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