Athletics: Saffron Striders set good pace

PUBLISHED: 15:13 13 March 2018 | UPDATED: 15:13 13 March 2018

Saffron Striders at the Cambridge boundary marathon and half marathon

Saffron Striders at the Cambridge boundary marathon and half marathon


Saffron Striders athletes showed top form in their latest outings at the weekend.

Andrew Mynot produced another masterclass to win the Haverhill 10k title in a superb time of 36 minutes.

Tony Bacon finished in second place in 39.40, with Ian Macdougal the first vet.

Striders duo Martin Green and Andrew Flind were also inside the top 10, while Janet Lipski was first woman to finish in 47.24.

Elsewhere, Iain Henley completed the Cambridge boundary marathon in an impressive time of 3:05, with Marco Arci coming home in just over four hours.

June Brennan, Helen Hewlett, James Hewlett, Rob Shaw, Tim Mcmahon, Matthew Billis and Gavin Long were also in action at they took on the Cambridge boundary half marathon.


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