Club record and victory for birthday boy Bosher

PUBLISHED: 16:41 11 April 2017 | UPDATED: 16:41 11 April 2017

James Bosher

James Bosher

Archant

Grange Farm and Dunmow Runners’ James Bosher won the Little Bromley 10km road race on Sunday breaking a club record in the process.

The event was organised by Harwich Runners and attracted more than 400 competitors.

Bosher, celebrating his 27th birthday, led the field to finish in a personal best time of 33 minutes 48 seconds, breaking the Grange Farm and Dunmow Runners’ club record set by Paul Holman in 1985.

There was also a pb for Claudine Davie (42:01).

Josh Sowman finished in 41:37, followed by Tara Corbett (55:10) and her daughter Laetitia (56:52).

Meanwhile, GFDR’s Jason Bepey completed the Brighton Marathon in 3:45:16.

GFDR will be holding a trail race at High Roding on Sunday, June 11 and a 10km road race at Felsted on Sunday, July 9.

Visit www.grangefarmtrotters.co.uk for further information about the club.

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