Joggers well represented at Grunty Fen

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Newmarket joggers were once again well represented at the Grunty Fen Half Marathon, with Joe Sadler leading them home in one hour, 28 minutes and 38 seconds.

Craig Sargent ran well in 1.29.54, while Jason Beeton continues to progress after finishing in a time of 1.30.06.

Andy Scott was solid in 1.34.27, while Neville Clarke (1.38.03) taking second place in his V60 age group.

Helen Wass (1.56.53) acquitted herself well in her half marathon debut, with Janice Boisvert (1.56.56) also among those to complete the race.

Elsewhere, the famous Great North Run was embraced again by the Joggers.

On a warm day, Alex Cairns led the Joggers home with a superb personal best of 1.24.45.

Paul Francis was close up after a fast start in 1.30.49, while Paul Dockerill was next to finish in 1.40.29.

Jeremy Reader came home in 1.48.02, with Kathryn Lawrence (2.04.52) completing her fifth Great North Run and was rewarded by a high five from Commonwealth champion Jo Pavey at the finish line.

Sara Clark (2.05.49), Lynda McCormack (2.07.41), Mary Marsh (2.15.01) and Lisa Winnington (2.40.38) were also in action for the Joggers.

Newmarket duo Grainne Brennan and Nicky Chapman are fast establishing themselves among the elite ranks of the ladies club runners, following their impressive performances at the Ipswich Half Marathon on Sunday.

Brennan (1.33.59) and Chapman (1.34.39) achieved fourth and fifth place finishes among the ladies while both gaining personal best times.