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Athletics: Dagenham 88s support fundraising event

PUBLISHED: 09:00 28 November 2017

Dagenham 88 Runners at the Kayleigh 10k

Dagenham 88 Runners at the Kayleigh 10k

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Dagenham 88 Runners took on the challenging Kayleigh 10k event around South Woodford to help raise funds for a young girl suffering with a rare brain disorder.

Gary Cardnell was first club member home in 51 minutes 36 seconds, as Sonya Veerasamy (58.32) also beat the hour mark.

Louise Chappell (60.00), Beverley Eagles, Emma O’Shea (both 66.51), Lorraine Moor, Christine Larnder (both 70.59), Lynne Northcott, Timi and Sam Veerasamy, Ryder and Rahana Islam also took part.

Dagenham’s Trevor Robinson clocked 43.21 at the Essex Cross-Country League 8.5k at Hockley, while Lucy Edwards completed the Hatfield 5 in 44.16.

Mick Brown (21.33) and Joanne Kingston (39.22) ran the Basildon parkrun, as Caroline Tuck (23.07) took on the Hoblingwell course.

Julie Dalphinis (48.08) was in action at the Colwick parkrun in Nottingham, as Bill Metcalfe clocked 35.15 at Fountains Abbey, Yorkshire.

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