Harrison looks sharp in Wymondham run

PUBLISHED: 09:36 06 March 2008 | UPDATED: 15:41 11 May 2010

Royston Runners competed in the Wymondham 10/20 miler, with Richard Harrison completing the 10-mile course in an impressive 1:04.11 to finish 13th. Richard Lowden, Toby Staines and Graham Hill all completed the 20 mile option, with Lowden first home for

Royston Runners competed in the Wymondham 10/20 miler, with Richard Harrison completing the 10-mile course in an impressive 1:04.11 to finish 13th.

Richard Lowden, Toby Staines and Graham Hill all completed the 20 mile option, with Lowden first home for Royston in eighth place in 2:14.53.

Staines was 10th in 2:16.05, and Graham Hill 12th in 2:16.53, to seal the senior men's team trophy.

Libby Watson in the 20 mile race ran a personal 2:42.33, in ninth place.

Royston Runners were also out in force at the Cambridge boundary run.

Vip Petal, Dianne Glynn, Catherine Probart, Felicity Shaw and Paul Haynes, all entered the half marathon that took place on and off road.

Marc Saunders was first home for Royston in the Milton Keynes half-marathon, recording a personal best 1:24.30, ahead of Geoff Russell, 1:38.26, Marc Jones, 2:16.31, and Andrew Sanderson, 2:16.59.

In the ladies section Vicky Berry recorded an impressive 1:58.50.

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