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From the Photos page

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Royal Dungworth on Saturday 30th September 2017

The Royal International Dungworth Fell Race was held in suitably autumnal conditions & attracted a field of some 30 finely tuned athletes (or should that read 30,some of whom were finely tuned).

After a much briefer briefing than has been usual over the past number of years,the racers started furiously down the grass ramp & out of the park.The pace of most of the competitors was seen to visibly slacken as they turned up the road & their heart rates reached critical levels!As the majority were over 50 this was probably to have been expected.

The fine tradition of Harmerian abuse was hurled at the field by the few spectators seen out on the course.I am glad to report that the level of cow muck at the farm before the final section of Ringwood Lane was such that it splashed around copiously & the aroma at the finish was mellowly fruitful.

The odds on favourite Dave Lund came home first to retain the Granville Harper trophy & the Holmes brothers fought tooth & nail for the V60 honours.Dave Allen had a tremendous run,mostly in the right direction & Steph Coe won the Dorothy Harper Memorial trophy as first lady.The organiser would like to thank Eoin Connaughton for once again providing the international element of the race.

A special mention to Paul Sanderson for 'winning' the grotesque neo-fascist Brugarolas Trophy for his efforts in the Loxley Rough Running series & being in the wrong place at the wrong time.

The majority of runners then transferred to the Royal Hotel for chip butties & real ale.

I'd like to thank Tracey & Sarah for recording the times at the finish,Jonathan & Chris for manning the road crossing at the end of Ringwood Lane & Penny for wielding the Brasso tin (which was previously George Yates' money box kept well stuffed with I.O.U.'s from his Dad.)at registration.

All in all,a right good do!

Tim

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PosNameTimeClubCatComment
1David Lund00:31:56Dark PeakMSEN 
2Richard Bradbury00:33:51Dark PeakM451st V40
3David Hakes00:36:22Dark PeakMSEN 
4Dave Allen00:36:57Dark PeakM551st V50
5George Yates00:37:14Dark PeakM45 
6Dave Sykes00:37:54Dark PeakM40 
7Russell Beresford00:38:00Dark PeakM50 
8James Boardwell00:38:10Dark PeakM40 
9Keith Holmes00:38:27Dark PeakM601st V60
10David Holmes00:39:00Dark PeakM60 
11Lewis Ashton00:39:08Dark PeakM45 
12Michael Bourne00:39:59Dark PeakM50 
13Eoin Connaughton00:40:33Dark PeakM551st International
14Willy Kitchen00:42:07Dark PeakM50 
15Paul Sanderson00:42:31Dark PeakM55 
16Stephani Coe00:42:35Dark PeakWSEN1st Lady
17Dave Arundale00:42:59Dark PeakM60 
18Penny Collier00:43:09Dark PeakW501st WV50
19Jonathan Rogers00:43:36   
20Tim Mackey00:43:50Dark PeakM60