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THURLBY 10K ROAD RACE AND 3K FUN RUN: Bourne Town Harriers take team honours




The start of the 10k race. Photos by Tim Wilson
The start of the 10k race. Photos by Tim Wilson

More than 200 runners made up the largest entry in 20 years for Sunday’s Thurlby 10k road race.

They were led home by Jonathan Palmer of Bourne Town Harriers in a time of 35:10.

Thurlby family Lissa, Louis, Evie and Montey Bage. Photo: SG030716-100TW
Thurlby family Lissa, Louis, Evie and Montey Bage. Photo: SG030716-100TW

Third-placed Cameron Everist (38:19) and Steven Sheppard (38:33) in fourth secured the team prize for Harriers.

Runner-up was Jeff Lucas of Werrington Joggers in 37:29.

First lady was Ann Wood of Werrington Joggers (44:52) ahead of Bourne’s Gemma Hempstead-Alcoran (46:07) and Janine Barrowcliffe (47:24).

First male veteran was Scott Lloyd of Werrington in 38:35.

Thurlby Tigers fun runners Jake Wise, Mitchell and Ellie Maby, Jared Knight and Megan Wade. Photo: SG030716-102TW
Thurlby Tigers fun runners Jake Wise, Mitchell and Ellie Maby, Jared Knight and Megan Wade. Photo: SG030716-102TW

First lady veteran was Jo Patrick (Sleaford Striders) in 49:57.

The 10k course records remain with Steven Body (32:44) in 2009 and Claire Steels who set a new best of 38:25 last year.

The 3k fun run was won by Alex Devine (9:40) ahead of Max James (9:40) and Mollie Peel (9:50).

Prizes for the first Thurlby School pupils went to Mitchell Cooper (10:49) and Sophia Bull (12:09).

Fun runners ready for the 3k event
Fun runners ready for the 3k event
Fun runners Graham, Lisa, Meryl and Maddy Ward of Bourne. SG030716-101
Fun runners Graham, Lisa, Meryl and Maddy Ward of Bourne. SG030716-101
Bourne Town Harriers
Bourne Town Harriers


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