Athletics: Dagenham 88s enjoy ELVIS outing

PUBLISHED: 12:00 05 September 2018

Dagenham 88 Runners at the latest ELVIS event at Barking

Dagenham 88 Runners at the latest ELVIS event at Barking


Dagenham 88 Runners were out in force at the latest East London Five Interclub Series event in Barking.

Dagenham 88s Hannah and Zayna Sheikh at the Barking 5kDagenham 88s Hannah and Zayna Sheikh at the Barking 5k

A group of 25 took part, with Peter Salmon leading the men home in 19mins 41secs.

Jeff Webster (21.00), Jamie Austin (21.31), Mick Brown (21.38), Jamie Smith (22.26) and Nils Hollmann (22.55) completed the scoring team.

Hannah Sheikh’s personal best of 23.31 led the women, with Louise Chappell (25.48), Rosina Salmon (27.26), Timi Veerasamy (28.17) also scoring, as the latter took the F65 prize.

Gary Cardnell (23.44), Danny White (25.21), Michael Pegnall (25.47), Luke Summers (27.08), Leigh Moring (28.07), Alan Horne (31.35), Lee Davis (36.00) and Sam Veerasamy (40.30) also represented for the men.

Dagenham 88s Peter and Rosina Salmon at the Kent Coastal half marathonDagenham 88s Peter and Rosina Salmon at the Kent Coastal half marathon

Emma O’Shea (28.34), Lynne Northcott (30.09), Sarah Horne (31.43), Carol Moring (32.03), Julie Cardnell (36.34) and Veronica Waller (37.38) ran for the women.

Zayna Sheikh finished 10th in the children’s race, with the next event at Valentines on September 30.

Peter Salmon (1:34.44) and Rosina Salmon completed the hilly Kent Coastal half marathon last weekend, while Mick Brown clocked 49.01 at the Brixton 10k.

Rahana Islam (25.30), Manji Gami (26.46), Emma Dudman (27.18) and Juile Dalphinis (50.00) ran the Valentines parkrun, as Louise Chappell (29.36) took on Barking and Billy Walkington (21.45) ran at Beckton. And Ryder Islam was second in the latest Barking & Dagenham junior parkrun at Central Park, clocking 8.13.

Others, Raphael: Jamie Austin 21.29, David O’Brien 26.01, Luke Summers 27.33, Simon Childs 28.56, Kelly Drake-Tapscott 35.47.

Victoria Dock: Timi Veerasamy 28.23, Sonya Veerasamy 31.41, Sam Veerasamy 38.08.

Harrow Lodge: Andrew McLaren 22.04, Danny White 25.54, Emma O’Shea 30.10, Abigail O’Shea 37.38.

Basildon: Mick Brown 23.18.

Peterborough: Nils Hollmann 23.28.

Brandon County Park: Bill Metcalfe 46.17.

Junior: Vincent Young 8.10, Emily Millward 8.17, Aaron Mbwese 8.30, Dane Young 10.02, Olamilekan Oshinaike 10.56, Zac Du Toit 12.01, Nero Cornibert-Green 12.05, Chloe Waterhouse 12.19, Archie Ryden 13.44, A Koomson 13.52, Kyle Varsani 14.36, Ravennet Hundal 15.42, Jia Ladhar 15.43, Gurshaan Bath 15.45, Muhammad-hadi Raja 16.49, Jalien Stainsbury 16.56, Anureet Kamboj 16.57, Saarah Koomson 17.12, Manav Hundal 17.18, Dhyani Patel 17.52, Karina Ladhar 18.27, Samuel Killick 18.49, Gabrielle Talabi 20.23, Amaani Koomson 22.18, Chris Ryden 23.14.

August 25, Barking: Sonya Veerasamy 33.59.

Eden Project: Timi Veerasamy 29.22, Sam Veerasamy 55.25.

Hockley Woods: Bill Metcalfe 47.01.

Raphael: Robert Newton 22.12, Gary Cardnell 23.10, Jamie Austin 23.14, Mick Brown 23.22, Andrew McLaren 27.42, Rosina Salmon 28.05, Peter Salmon 28.05, Simon Childs 28.58, Luke Suummers 32.34, Karen Joy 32.58, Mark West 33.05.

Valentines: Nils Hollmann 23.35, Hannah Sheikh 26.10, Ronnie Waller 39.18, Julie Dalphinis 47.11.

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