Athletics: Saffron Striders hand out prizes

PUBLISHED: 09:00 28 February 2018

Saffron Striders Tony Bacon and Alan Jones pose with their awards

Saffron Striders Tony Bacon and Alan Jones pose with their awards

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Saffron Striders Athletics Club held their annual awards night at Saffron Walden Golf Club to toast their achievements.

Captain Alan Jones took the top prize of Strider of the Year for his progress and commitment to the club on and off the field.

And Tony Bacon took the Club Championship trophy for holding top stop in the league table which consisted of 10 races throughout the year.

Linda Brett took the coaches award for best new member and Cindy Drinnan, a keen marathon runner, was chosen for the James Kew award, which is dedicated to the memory of the former Strider who sadly passed away in 2012 and is given for great performances in the 26.2 mile marathon distance.

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