Football betting in India is gaining momentum. The key strategy involves thorough analysis of the games. It's crucial to consider the teams' form and head-to-head history. Many seasoned bettors prefer betting on lesser-known leagues. This increases winning chances due to less predictable outcomes.
Visit for an exceptional sports betting experience in India. Betadda offers comprehensive coverage of various sports, with a special emphasis on cricket, the nation's favorite. The platform is designed for ease of use, offering a streamlined betting process for both new and experienced users. It features competitive odds, live betting, and regular updates on sports events. Security is paramount at Betadda, with advanced measures in place to protect user data and transactions. The site's commitment to customer satisfaction is evident in its responsive support and dedication to responsible betting.

Greater Manchester Cross Country Championships 2019/20

The Greater Manchester Cross Country Championships again took place at a very tough, muddy Boggart Hole Clough, the muddiest it has probably ever been after the consistent rain! The top 4 finishers in each age group get automatic selection to represent Greater Manchester at the Inter Counties Cross Country Championships at Loughborough in March 2019. Then 4 further positions are picked by the selectors on performances from now up until the race, with the top 12 in the race receiving a letter with the chance of being selected to represent their county.

The under 13 boys team finished a creditable 7th place overall with good performances from Alfie Bundy 21st, Tim Elgar 24th and Patrick Mannion 30th. Emily Bowker has given herself a chance for selection at the Inter Counties finishing a brilliant 8th place with teammates Maria Rooke 20th and Alice Cuningham 26th making up the team which finished in 6th place. Matilda Byrnes has also given herself a chance for selection with a solid 6th place finish in the under 15 girls event. May Mannion 14th and Aliesha Smith 20th brought the team home in a fantastic 3rd place taking home the Bronze medals. Rose Barlow also ran well and finished in a fantastic 6th place in the under 17 ladies race, hoping for selection for the Greater Manchester team.

Joe Hudak is in with a shout of selection performing well to come home in 7th place in the senior men’s race. Other good performances came from Liam Browne 14th, Darren Smith 24th and James Hartshorne 41st with the team finishing 4th place overall.

Photo inset – under 13 boys on a very cold start line! More photo’s are available on our Facebook page.

>Full Results<