Athletics: Dagenham 88 Runners take on Thames Chase

PUBLISHED: 16:00 11 June 2018

Dagenham 88 Runners at the Thames Chase

Dagenham 88 Runners at the Thames Chase


Dagenham 88 Runners were out in force at the Thames Chase in Upminster.

The Dagenham 88s women at the Thames ChaseThe Dagenham 88s women at the Thames Chase

Paul Suett finished second in a time of 38.37, with the race doubling up as the fourth leg of the club’s Summer Grand Priz, as Nigel Swinburne (39.26) took third.

Paul Prior (41.23) won the veterans prize ahead of Peter Salmon (41.46), with Rahana Islam the first woman home in 52.51, ahead of Emma Dudman (54.30) and Louise Chappell (56.41).

Also beating the hour mark were Joel Denning (44.15), Andrew MacLaren (44.53), Mo Tiki (48.28), Nils Hollmann (49.35), Danny Allen (51.42), Mick Brown (51.48), Michael Pegnall (52.00), Danny White (54.42), Gary Cardnell (57.31), Timi Veerasamy (57.38), Rosina Salmon (58.32), Emma O’Shea (58.34).

Finley MacLaren won a children’s race ahead of clubmate Ryder Islam.

Dagenham 88 Runners Paul Prior at the Thames ChaseDagenham 88 Runners Paul Prior at the Thames Chase

Others: Cassie Bryant 60.46, Leigh Moring 63.29, Lorraine Moor 65.07, Sara Prior 65.27, Anne Duggan 66.18, Kay Sandford 69.24, Carol Moring 71.13, Christine Lardner 71.14, Debbie Joy 74.05, Irene Campen 74.05, Julie Cardnell 77.54.

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