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Athletics: Another trophy for Dagenham’s Tuck

PUBLISHED: 14:00 28 February 2018

Dagenham 88 Runners Caroline Tuck was first F50 athlete to finish the Tarpley 10

Dagenham 88 Runners Caroline Tuck was first F50 athlete to finish the Tarpley 10

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Dagenham 88 Runners’ Caroline Tuck was able to celebrate once again at the Tarpley 10.

Tuck completed the route in 73 minutes 48 seconds to claim first prize in the F50 category.

Meanwhile, Dagenham clubmate Shaun Holder took on the Roding Valley half marathon, crossing the line in 1:53.21.

Tuck completed the Brandon parkrun in 22.11, while Pritesh Patel (23.44) and Kelly Drake-Tapscott (30.31) were at Barking.

Jamie Austin (22.01) led the way at Raphael parkrun, as Peter Salmon (23.13), Luke Summers (27.25), Rosina Salmon (28.24), Karen Joy (29.43), Jacqueline Frewin (32.49), Julie Cardnell (34.00), Debbie Joy (34.14) and Stephen Easley (37.53) also in action.

Sonya Veerasamy (30.35) ran at Pymmes, with Ryder Islam (31.50), Emma Dudman (32.59), Beverley Eagles (33.09) and Veninsa Chowdhury (33.36) at Valentines.

*Dagenham 88 Runners Joseph Grange was fourth at the latest Barking & Dagenham junior parkrun at Central Park on Sunday.

Grange clocked 8.27 for the 2k course, ahead of Amelia and Evie Beazeley in 14.06 and 23.21.

Others: Nathan Wright 7.41, Baran Oden 8.16, Ethan Brien 8.18, Emily Caton 9.39, Natasha Rockliffe 12.20, Jadon Thrift 13.18, Leyla Oden 13.55, Olamilekhan Oshinaike 15.16, Jiya Jindjahan Kaur Gill 17.54, Rebeeca Mih 18.05, Vincent Gee 19.50, Stefan Stark 22.50.


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