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Northern Athletics Road Relays 2019

The North of England Road Relays took place at Sport City this weekend with both juniors and seniors taking part in rather good conditions against some of the best runners in the country.

The under 13 girls A team gave us our highest team finish of the day coming home in 8th place with great performances from Emily Bowker (13.08), Darcy Slattery (14.40) and Maria Rooke (14.48). Emily ran brilliantly on the first leg and claimed the 5th fastest leg of the day. The under 13 boys team finished 25th overall with good solid performances coming from Bobby Burton (13.29), Cole Wright (14.20) and Alfie Bundy(14.19). The B team also performed well with Tim Elgar (14.14), Joe Taylor (15.29) and Patrick Mannion (15.48) making up the team.

The under 15 girls team finished a creditable 22nd place overall with Matilda Byrnes (13.30), May Mannion (14.23) and Imogen Gush (15.08) all running well (pictured). The B team placed 45th with good performances from Aliesha Smith (14.20), Macy Singleton (16.49) and Abbie Hirst (19.17). The under 15 boys ran well to finish 19th overall with solid runs from James Harney (13.04), Lewis Brown (12.48) and Kane Grant (12.27).

The senior men’s race consisted of 6 legs of 6.8K each with the A team finishing a brilliant 29th out of 107 finishing teams with Joe Hudak (21.25), Tom McGuinness (22.42), David Barratt (21.09), Gavin Browne (22.21), Robin Horner (23.28) and Tim Greenald (24.24).

Well done to all who ran on the day – more photo’s can be found on our Facebook Page.

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