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Darren Easter leads the way for running club with fifth place finish


By KentOnline reporter


Renegade Runners had several personal best times to shout about at the Marham Flyers 10k New Year's Eve race.

Leading the way home for the club was Darren Easter who was fifth overall in a PB of 37.18, closely followed by Paul Keeney, in sixth place, with a time of 37.37.

Irena Marcinek was the first Renegade lady home in 45.57 in 76th place also a pb.

Of the 287 finishers, other Renegade times were: 15th Steve Franklin 39.30 (PB), 42nd Martyn Benstead 43.33, 57th Richard Dickson 44.47, 65th Andy Doyle 45.17 (PB), 67th Thomas Brown 45.21 (PB), 68th Joseph Pembery 45.28 (PB), 72nd Steve Eke 45.42 (PB), 94th Nick Mackay 47.09, 95th Geraldine Jordan 47.14, 108th Louise Franklin 48.52 PB, 121st Dan Price 50.15, 138th Dan Moore 51.38, 139th George Munson 51.51, 142nd Tiegan Moore 52.15 (PB), 143rd Cheryl Brown 52.15 (PB), 154th Leo Munson 53.25 (PB) 159th Jean Streeter 53.46, 161st Shelley Yeaman 53.53, 169th Alan Dix 54.35, 183rd Tony Lamb 55.44, 195th Sarah Melton-Whitelam 56.47, 205th Dave Dimech 57.27, 214th Suzanne Pembery 58.07 (PB), 215th Mike Pembery 58.07, 238th Sarah Lamb 62.24, 239th Steve Whitelam 62.40 (PB), 241st Martin Elsegood 63.20, 247th Claire Gayton 64.46, 252nd Helen Driver 66.37.

At Ely on the same day, two hard-working club members competed and came back with personal best times in a field of 615 competitors.

In 98th place, Tim Clough ran 42.20 and in 119th, and second F40, Liz Sennitt-Clough clocked 43.43.

At Peterborough, three ladies enjoyed a good run in a field of 641, especially Kerrie Page who ran a big personal best of 57.12.

Claire Anderson, returning from injury, ran 68.05 and Jennie Shingfield was delighted to finish the year with another 10k under her belt, finishing in 1.38.54.

Also starting the new year in fine fashion was Matt Pyatt at Wymondham.

After finishing fourth in the race for two successive years, Pyatt was determined to go at least one place better.

Pyatt left his challenger for a podium place at the big hill to storm for third spot in 34.15.

This was Pyatt's best 10k time since July 2017.

Matt's father Charlie also tackled the hills well to finish in 1.19.54 and 648th place. He enjoyed his run with his running friend Wendy Farquhar.



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