Sutton Harriers enjoy success in final race of Booths Summer League

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Sutton Harriers finished second in the fifth and final Booths Summer League race at Heanor this weekend.

The ladies team finished in first position in the race and first overall, while the men finished in second position overall.

The results for the 16 men, two junior males and 10 ladies are as follows with the positions in the race.

First home for Sutton was James Fearn in fourth place in 29min 15sec, next at over 50, was Paul Whittingham, who finished in seventh place, 29m 43s, in 13th place was Luke Wigman in 20m 34s, in 28th place was Tony Goodyear 31m 35s, Dean Cross was next in 32nd place 32m 02s, another over 50 was Nick Luke in 39th place 32m 40s,

First lady home for Sutton was Michelle Willcocks, who was second lady to finish in 32m 55s, Chris Holmes was next 50th in 33m54s.

Dan Cormican was next in 57th 34m 26s, next was Dan Crow in 63rd place 35m 06s, closely followed by the second Sutton lady Sarah Hutchinson in 64th place 35m 10s, next was third lady Mandy Cormican 79th 36m 03s, in 83rd place was Eddie Bacon 36m 11s, followed by the first Sutton Junior male , Callum Ball in 84th place 36m 12s, next lady was Rebecca Barson 87th in 36m 18s, James Bird was next in 93rd place 36m 42s, in 104th place was Dave Herbert 37m 11s,

The second Junior to finish was Samuel Moakes in 109th place 37m 24s, next lady was Claire Watson 111th place 37m 28s, next was over 55 David Ward 128th in 38m 20s, next lady was Alison Whittingham 149th in 39m 20s, followed by two ladies, Amanda Alletson 157th 39m 27s, and Yvette Robinson 187th 41m 24s,

9th lady and still improving all the time , Kerry Shooter who only started running last year at Sutton harriers, finished in 215th place in 42m 52s,

Still running at over 75 years old was Tony Staniland who finished in 229th place in 43m 50s, next was Andrew Ball 233rd in 44m 07s, followed by over 70 Ken Hensby 234th 44m 08s, and finally Donna Atkinson in 267th in 48m 27s.

Sutton Harriers are hoping to continue this fine form in the Winter Booths Cross Country League.