Senior runners fly the flag

WITH the quickest North Norfolk Beach Riunners taking a break, some of the more senior members flew the flag for the Cromer club.Geoff Hayward had the rare distinction of being first Beach Runner across the line as he took third place in the 60 plus age group with an excellent 46th place in a time of 1-18:58.

WITH the quickest North Norfolk Beach Riunners taking a break, some of the more senior members flew the flag for the Cromer club.

Geoff Hayward had the rare distinction of being first Beach Runner across the line as he took third place in the 60 plus age group with an excellent 46th place in a time of 1-18:58.

Ian Jarvis, who probably races more than any other club member, had a steady run to finish 74th whilst Claire Faulkes narrowly missed out on a top 100 finish with a time of 1-32:14.

Andi Osborne showed that she is well on the way back from recent illness by finishing 106th to take third place in her age group whilst Mike Marshall made up the quintet of Beach Runners with a time of 1-44:14.


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Further afield Rob Emery travelled to the notoriously hilly Stoke Half Marathon and was rewarded with a personal best time 1-42:43.

Terry Quigley took in the Edinburgh five-mile race during his last trip north of the border finishing a highly satisfactory 34 minutes.

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