Harriers receive grand prix medals

Mick and Beth Howells of Bourne Town Harriers
Mick and Beth Howells of Bourne Town Harriers
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The holiday season took its toll with only four runners available for the penultimate event in the Bourne Town Harriers summer series, the Barney Memorial 5k held at Ferry Meadows.

Joe Howells was the first Harrier to finish, with Mick Howells close behind.

Richard Houghton was next home, breaking the 22 minute barrier for a personal best time of 21m54s, with Melissa Woodcock running as the final member of the team.

The event also served as the presentation ceremony for the recently completed Peterborough GP Series, with three club runners receiving awards.

Martin Clark picked up the award for third place in the U17 category with similar placings achieved in the ladies U17 category by Beth Howells, and in the male vet 50 category by Mick Howells.

The final event in the Harriers summer series is the Grimsthorpe 10k on Monday.

Nene Valley Harriers

Young Bourne members of Nene Valley Harriers also 
enjoyed success on the road in the Barney Memorial 5K at Ferry Meadows.

Billy Mugnier finished 12th and 1st U17 with a personal best time of 17m 4s while Cameron Marshall was 23rd in his first 5K, clocking 17.38 for 3rd in the U17 category.

Georgia Gibbs and Emily Brand ran 21.14 and 21.46 respectively.

After the race, Billy Mugnier collected first prize for the U17 GP series with Michael Cawood second in the U17.

Georgia Gibbs won second prize in the U17 girls, while the U15 boys second place prize went to Austin Herbert.