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and stayed there until the      Kent League – Somerhill Park, Tonbridge
end. The seven other BB
boys all had great runs led     strongly in 14th picking up      followed by Mary Guy in
home by Keir Lundy in 4th       loads of places in the second    13th and Jenny Sheasby in
having his best run of the      half of the race and Amy         16th.
season to date, Ben Gardiner    Leach had her best Kent
in 10th, Robert Suckling 15th   league run of the season         Eight U17 men stood on the
and Cameron Swatton 20th        finishing in 16th. Jessica       line for the start of their race,
both also having their best     Sellar crossed the line in 19th  the best turn out BBHAC
runs of the season to date.     and Stephanie Taylor was just    have had in that age group for
Making his Blackheath and       outside the top 20 in 21st.      a good few years. Joss Barber
Bromley and Kent League                                          continued his great start to
debut was primary school        In the U15 boys’ race the        the season and went with the
boy Sam Reardon and he          consistent, ever present,        front pack and held on for a
finished in a fine 24th place,  Scrivener twins Frankie          good 7th place. Also in form
very impressive having only     18th and Charlie 35th,           Charlie Davis was just behind
just turned 11. Billy Keene,    George Pope 19th and Lewis       in 9th and Alek Wiltshire was
still sporting his BMX bike     stickings 25th were joined by    a great 12th. Alex Leggatt was
injuries and dashing straight   Callum Myatt, first home for     23d, and James Crawley was
to Sparrows Den from            BB in 14th. The team were        27th. Will Pope 28th crossed
football training was 25th and  fourth on the day and are        the line looking like he had
Jake Leng crossed the line in   currently in 3rd place.          just played rugby with blood
28th. This was the U13 boys                                      dripping down his leg, having
third straight team victory     The U17 women again              taken two tumbles. Bertie
and sees them firmly at the     dominated their age group        Harrington, running his first
top of the table.               and are still firmly at the top  Kent League twisted his ankle
Next up were the U15 girls      of the league. Kelsey Fuss       on the first lap and did well to
and their third straight team   had a very convincing win,       complete the course finishing
victory to see them heading     backed up by a great 3rd         in 29th and it was great to have
the league table. Tonbridge’s   place finish for Charlotte       Scott Bulmer running again
Kathleen Faes won the race, a   Rhule and a fine 5th place       (30th). The team finished in
very impressive performance     for Shannon Riskey. Great        second place and are current
considering she had just        to see Georgina Taylor           second in the league.
won the SE region English       running well again finishing
schools cup race at Knoll       6th, Joanna Clowes looking       This week’s girls’ team
Park, some two hours earlier!   strong in the run in was 10th    manger’s award goes to
Naomi Kingston continued
her great season finishing
4th with Yasmin Austridge
5th and Millie Smith 6th.
Kelsi Cornish had a great run
finishing in 9th with Grace
Scopes just behind in 10th.
Carlotta Weitzel finished
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