Athletics: Bosher leads way for GFDR

PUBLISHED: 09:00 05 April 2018

GFDR's James Bosher, Josh Sowman and Dan Reynolds at Felsted

GFDR's James Bosher, Josh Sowman and Dan Reynolds at Felsted


Grange Farm & Dunmow Runners took on four trail races over Easter.

James Bosher was second over 12 miles at Fordham on Good Friday in 1:31.

Gerard Geurts finished in 2:25, followed by Ian Lawson and Kath Birks, as Howard and Katia Jardine ran shorter routes.

Bosher was a joint winner of Saturday’s 11-mile race at Little Baddow, in 1:11, as Lawson clocked 2:12.

And Bosher was also joint first in the 6.5-mile race from Felsted on Sunday, in 44.22, as Dan Reynolds and Josh Sowman (45.22) were equal fourth.

Lee Prowse (61.00) was followed by Lawson, John Hardy, Birks, Colin and Glenda Jackson, Jackie Adams, Dan and Roz Wright and Richard Percy, as Matt Webster ran a short route.

Monday’s 6.2-mile race form Great Waltham was won by series winner Bosher (42.30), as Graham Freeman (49.26) took eighth and Prowse, Lawson, Birks, Adams and Jardine also ran.


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