09:13AM, Wednesday 07 November 2018
James Fickling was first home for Maidenhead Atheltic Club (MAC) in the 30th running of the Marlow Half Marathon on Sunday, crossing the line min 1hrs 30mins 47secs.
A total of 19 MAC members completed the course.
In the adjacent seven-mile race Hannah Vosser was the first of the 12 MAC runners home in a time of 51.44. She was also the second woman finisher overall.
Pauline Siddons was first in her category and Dave Waterman second in his.
Half marathon MAC finishers: James Fickling 1.30.47; Anthony Hall 1.31.18; Jon Kew 1.36.04; Alejandro del Campo 1.39.07; Margarate Maton 1.43.56; Sayeed Islam 1.47.45; Anthony Hornby 1.48.07; Jeremy Lockett 1.48.49; Chris Ellis 1.48.45; Melanie Tudor 1.48.44; David Pearce 1.49.23; Chris Sutton 1.51.00; Matthew Shaw 1.51.52; Andrew Cook 1.53.38; Chris Lewington 1.54.48; Marc Dellasega 1.55.15; Matthew Seenu 2.03.00; St John Ford 2.13.03; Rajesh Patel 2.12.40.
Seven mile race MAC finishers: Hannah Vosser 51.44; Peter Oldham 1.03.57; Dave Waterman 1.07.05; Carolyn Lockett 1.07.05; Pauline Siddons 1.07.37; Annie Sutton 1.07.29; Julie Whitaker 1.12.15; Helen Pocock 1.12.59; Yash Maudgil 1.18.31; Mark Jacobs 1.18.36; Amanda Sutton 1.22.38.
Conditions were perfect for the four MAC runners who took part in the Burnham Beeches Rotary 10k on Saturday.
Jon Regan was first home for the club in 38:09, finishing third overall, overtaking three Burnham joggers in the last two miles to sneak a place on the podium.
Lesley Kernaghan was next across the line in 57.35 – her first finish in under one hour in four years – followed by Steve Overbury (65.30) and Marika Karavan (73.25).
MAC competed in their first junior cross country race of the season at Lightwater Country Park on Sunday.
In the new Newbury Border League, MAC entered eight teams including a girls under-9s for the first time.
The under-15 boys and girls teams excelled, finishing third and fourth respectively.
Josh Pope starred with a ninth place finish.
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