Athletics: Grange Farm & Dunmow Runners tackle Runway Trail

PUBLISHED: 15:00 14 June 2018

Grange Farm & Dunmow Runners Naomi Moss, Karen Pickering and Ian Lawson at the Runway Race

Grange Farm & Dunmow Runners Naomi Moss, Karen Pickering and Ian Lawson at the Runway Race

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Grange Farm & Dunmow Runners saw a field of 73 take part in their eight-mile Runway Trail race from The Stag, Little Easton.

Grange Farm & Dunmow Runners Glenda Jackson and Angela Thorpe at the Runway RaceGrange Farm & Dunmow Runners Glenda Jackson and Angela Thorpe at the Runway Race

The race took runners along footpaths across the old airfield and was won by GFDR’s James Bosher, with Joshua Sowman fourth and Dan Reynolds in 10th place, after all three competed in the Hatfield Forest 10k earlier.

GFDR’s Charlotte and Simon King finished along with Emily and Luca Predebon, with Ian Lawson, Naomi Moss and Karen Pickering just ahead of Colin Jackson.

Glenda Jackson ran with Angela Thorpe and were followed by Roz and Dan Wright, as Hannah and Luke McIlvenna and Alan Fullerton finished together ahead of Henrietta Butcher, Hayley Morley and Abi Rayner.

GFDR also assisted at the Great Dunmow parkrun, with 10 members taking part, as Bosher beat Reynolds to first place and Charlotte King was first woman to finish.

The club will holding a 10k road race from Felsted on July 8.

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