parkrun round-up: Visiting runner makes it one to remember at Thetford

Gorleston Cliffs parkrun on Saturday 28th July 2018. Photo: Richard Knibb

Gorleston Cliffs parkrun on Saturday 28th July 2018. Photo: Richard Knibb - Credit: Richard Knibb

Visiting runner takes the first token at Thetford as Mark Armstrong rounds up the local parkrun scene

Gorleston Cliffs parkrun on Saturday 28th July 2018. Photo: Richard Knibb

Gorleston Cliffs parkrun on Saturday 28th July 2018. Photo: Richard Knibb - Credit: Richard Knibb

Thetford

Dylan Squires made his Thetford parkrun debut one to remember as he was first runner home in 18:39.

Kevin Vaughan (Thetford AC) was second in 18:42 with Charlie Read third in 19:00.

Sabine Schaefer (Thetford AC) was first female in 20:50 with Natalie King second in 21:23. Heidi Teixera was third in 22:10.

Gorleston Cliffs parkrun on Saturday 28th July 2018. Photo: Richard Knibb

Gorleston Cliffs parkrun on Saturday 28th July 2018. Photo: Richard Knibb - Credit: Richard Knibb


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Volunteers: Rebecca BAKER, David BRAMMER, Dave CUMBRIDGE, Debbie ELSEGOOD, Martin ELSEGOOD, Michael ENNIS, Neil HARRIES, Jane HIPPERSON, Nick MACKAY, Roger PARTRIDGE, Fabia POLLARD, Charlie PYATT, Charles THOMPSON, Catherine TIPLING, Gary WALKER, Trudy WALKER, Ian WIGGINS

Lowestoft

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Ipswich Harriers Sam Stevens was the first runner home out of the 313 that took part at Lowestoft on Saturday.

The youngster was first through the finishers' funnel in 18:14 with Tom Galley (Lowestoft Road Runners) in second place in 18:54. Tim Moore (Rock Estate) was third in 19:00 - a new personal best.

Gorleston Cliffs parkrun on Saturday 28th July 2018. Photo: Richard Knibb

Gorleston Cliffs parkrun on Saturday 28th July 2018. Photo: Richard Knibb - Credit: Richard Knibb

Grace Forster (City of Norwich AC) was first female in 20:50, in 16th place overall, with Harriet Lyman (Waveney Valley AC) second in 22:20. Zoe Chase was third in 23:02, setting a new PB in the process.

Volunteers: Jane COLLINS, Daren COULTER, Patrica CRITCHLOW, Lynette CULVERWELL, Stuart DEWELL, Rob FAWCETT, John FAWCETT, Janet HITCHAM, Adrian KING, Chris MATTHEWS, Jessica MILNER, Harrison PAGE

Gorleston Cliffs

Robert Chenery broke the 17-minute barrier on his way to winning at Gorleston in 16:56 on Saturday.

Gorleston Cliffs parkrun on Saturday 28th July 2018. Photo: Richard Knibb

Gorleston Cliffs parkrun on Saturday 28th July 2018. Photo: Richard Knibb - Credit: Richard Knibb

The Ipswich Jaffa member was first home ahead of Tyler Bilyard (Great Yarmouth & District AC) in 17:51 in second with Chris Oxley third in 17:54.

Junior runner Holly Bunn (Bungay Black Dog RC) was first female in 21:28 with Madeleine Tatham second in 23:06 during her first taste of the Gorleston event. Jasmin Honour set a new PB in third of 23:24.

Volunteers: Darren ADAMS, Roger ANDREWS, Pat ARNELL, Bob ARNELL, Peter BANNATYNE, Lorna BOWLES, Robin BROWN, Vikki BROWNSELL, Stuart COE, Robert COPEMAN-LAMOUREUX, Stephanie DEEKS, Karen GEDGE, Chris HARBORD, Timothy HIRST, Richard KNIBB, Phillip LAURIER, Deana MCGRATH, Jane MIDDLETON, Nick OVERY, Larli SMITH, Albert William James SPONG, Carole SPONG, Chuck WEIGAND, Brenda WILKINSON, Sarah WITHINGTON, Jean WITHINGTON

King's Lynn

King's Lynn parkrun on Saturday 28th July 2018. Photo: Gary Walker

King's Lynn parkrun on Saturday 28th July 2018. Photo: Gary Walker - Credit: Gary Walker

Callum Stanforth (Ryston Runners AC) equalled his personal best of 16:03 at King's Lynn as the first runner home.

Peter Holmes (Ely Runners) was second in 17:35 with Ryan Jones (Fenland Running Club) third in 17:53.

Debbie Schwarz (West Norfolk AC) was first female in 20:39 with Sally Lynn Hurst (Renegade Runners) second in 20:49. Lisa Pyatt (Renegade Runners) was third in 21:41.

Volunteers: Rebecca BAKER, David BRAMMER, Dave CUMBRIDGE, Debbie ELSEGOOD, Martin ELSEGOOD, Michael ENNIS, Neil HARRIES, Jane HIPPERSON, Nick MACKAY, Roger PARTRIDGE, Fabia POLLARD, Charlie PYATT, Charles THOMPSON, Catherine TIPLING, Gary WALKER, Trudy WALKER, Ian WIGGINS

King's Lynn parkrun on Saturday 28th July 2018. Photo: Gary Walker

King's Lynn parkrun on Saturday 28th July 2018. Photo: Gary Walker - Credit: Gary Walker

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King's Lynn parkrun on Saturday 28th July 2018. Photo: Gary Walker

King's Lynn parkrun on Saturday 28th July 2018. Photo: Gary Walker - Credit: Gary Walker

King's Lynn parkrun on Saturday 28th July 2018. Photo: Gary Walker

King's Lynn parkrun on Saturday 28th July 2018. Photo: Gary Walker - Credit: Gary Walker

Lowestoft parkrun on Saturday 29th July 2018. Photo: Carl Matthews

Lowestoft parkrun on Saturday 29th July 2018. Photo: Carl Matthews - Credit: Carl Matthews

Lowestoft parkrun on Saturday 29th July 2018. Photo: Carl Matthews

Lowestoft parkrun on Saturday 29th July 2018. Photo: Carl Matthews - Credit: Carl Matthews

Lowestoft parkrun on Saturday 29th July 2018. Photo: Carl Matthews

Lowestoft parkrun on Saturday 29th July 2018. Photo: Carl Matthews - Credit: Carl Matthews

Lowestoft parkrun on Saturday 29th July 2018. Photo: Carl Matthews

Lowestoft parkrun on Saturday 29th July 2018. Photo: Carl Matthews - Credit: Carl Matthews

Thetford parkrun on Saturday 28th July 2018. Photo: Geoffrey Herschell

Thetford parkrun on Saturday 28th July 2018. Photo: Geoffrey Herschell - Credit: Geoffrey Herschell

Thetford parkrun on Saturday 28th July 2018. Photo: Geoffrey Herschell

Thetford parkrun on Saturday 28th July 2018. Photo: Geoffrey Herschell - Credit: Geoffrey Herschell

Thetford parkrun on Saturday 28th July 2018. Photo: Geoffrey Herschell

Thetford parkrun on Saturday 28th July 2018. Photo: Geoffrey Herschell - Credit: Geoffrey Herschell

Thetford parkrun on Saturday 28th July 2018. Photo: Geoffrey Herschell

Thetford parkrun on Saturday 28th July 2018. Photo: Geoffrey Herschell - Credit: Geoffrey Herschell

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