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National Cross Country Relays 2019

The annual English National Cross Country relays took place on Saturday 2nd November at the usual Berry Hill Park in Mansfield. East Cheshire had a few teams out competing against the best runners in the country.

The under 13 boys team fielded out two teams, with the A team finishing a solid 44th and the B team a creditable 76th. The A team consisted of Bobby Burton (7.50), Callum Beswick (8.13) and Tim Elgar (8.25) and the B team Cole Wright (8.23), Patrick Mannion (9.22) and Joe Harney (11.56) all running well in their first National outing. We had an uncompleted team in the under 15 boys race with Lewis Brown (7.45) and Sam Rowell (9.32) both performing well. The under 15 girls ran well to finish 73rd overall with May Mannion (8.40), Imogen Gush (9.18) and Aliesha Smith (9.28) making up the team.

The senior men had 2 teams competing which consisted of 4 legs of 5 kilometres each. The A team finished a brilliant 39th position with Joe Hudak (17.41), David Barratt (17.36), Gavin Browne (18.39) and Martin Stout (19.56) all running well. The B team finished a solid 94th place out of 161 finishing teams with Darren Smith (20.37), Liam Browne (20.17), James Hartshorne (22.20) and Dennis Thomas (22.05) making up the team.

Well done to all athletes taking part and the coaches, parents and helpers who made the long journey to support the teams.

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