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North of England Road Relay Championships 2016

The North of England Road Relay Championships took place on Sunday 25th September 2016 at Sportcity in Manchester. Races ranged from under 13’s up to the seniors. Conditions were pretty good, with the odd shower through the day and ECH athletes competed against the best runners in the area.

The under 13 girls finished a creditable 23rd position overall with good runs from Rose Barlow (11.35), Katherine Walters (13.05) and Christie Allen (11.43). Ryan O’Neill took part in the under 13 boys race running the first leg in 13.44. The under 15 girls finished a brilliant 10th with brilliant runs from Abby O’Neil (11.10), Megan Lewis (11.08) and Holly Jackson (11.01). Also well done to Ty Brockley Langford and Darcy Winrow who also took part running 10.41 and 11.44 respectively. The under 17 men’s team finished 28th overall with good runs from Nathan Barlow (11.03), Paolo Guarnieri (12.06) and John Trotman (12.09).

The Senior Men’s team finished 73rd with the team consisting of Joe Hudak (18.44), Barry Hirst (20.44), Gavin Browne (19.48), Scott Gillespie (21.59), Oliver Topping (21.37) and George Lewis (21.17).

Well done to all: