Keep on running!

PUBLISHED: 12:55 27 April 2006 | UPDATED: 14:40 12 May 2010

TWENTY-ONE members of Royston Runners, above, took part in the marathon – and between them raised more than £12,000 for charity. The charities included the Addenbrooke s oncology department, Macmillan Nurses, Childline, and Visually Impaired Children Taki

TWENTY-ONE members of Royston Runners, above, took part in the marathon - and between them raised more than £12,000 for charity.

The charities included the Addenbrooke's oncology department, Macmillan Nurses, Childline, and Visually Impaired Children Taking Action.

Club captain Richard Lowden led the Royston Runners home in an impressive 2hr 57min - finishing in the leading 1,000 runners and cutting 19 minutes from last year's time.

The first woman member home was Nicola Tyrell, who completed the course in 3hr 19min.

Royston Runners (Position and time): 968 Richard Lowden (2:57:26), 2987 Gordon Baxter (3:18:07), 3155 Nicola Tyrell (3:19:25), 6444 Leesa Duff (3:39:15), 11,803 Matthew Darby (4:00:20), 18,345 Paul Reid (4:26:56), 18,926 Keith Parsision (4:29:11), 18,930 Julie Kirwan (4:29:11), 20,479 Joanne Charles (4:35:41), 21,295 Joanna Hurd (4:39:06), 22,169 Carol Ford (4:43:05), 22,831 Jackie Garland (4:46:01), 23,187 Karen Raeside (4:47:44), 23,307 Eileen Rose (4:48:17), 23,666 Mandy Keeble (4:50:03), 23,738 Mandy Jinkerson (4:50:23), 24,637 Kim Monti (4:54:44), 24,642 Valerie Davidson (4:54:45), 25,399 Sean Comerford (4:58:25), 28,383 Tina Hooper (5:20:42).

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