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Strong showing from Horsham Joggers as Sussex Grand Prix nears climax

Horsham runner Neil Boniface.  S12170140a - photo by Steve Cobb

Horsham runner Neil Boniface. S12170140a - photo by Steve Cobb

Neil Boniface led a large Horsham Joggers contingent home in the penultimate race of this year’s Sussex Grand Prix, the Brooks Brighton 10k, with a fine run of 32m 58s.

Among a high quality field, Joggers impressed as the series reaches its climax. Tony Johnson made a strong return from a recent injury to finish in 40m47s. Ali Gormley led the club’s ladies home in an excellent 43m00s. Further back in the field, Karen Brazier just missed the 50 minute barrier by just one second.

Meanwhile, in Horsham Park, club members gave their support to the St. Catherines Hospice Santa Run in Horsham Park, all suitably attired for the occasion. The club’s current “Learn to Run” Group were amonst those who turned out for this event in aid of one of the club’s favourite local charities.

Brooks Brighton 10k Road Race, Horsham Joggers’ results:

Neil Boniface 32m58s; Gareth Leighton 35-29; Tony Johnson 40-47; Alan Greig 42-25, Ali Gormley 43-00; Val Purnell 43-34; Pete O’Connell 43-40;

Vic Dooley 43-46; Mark McPate 43-49; Alan Pettitt 44-04; Raff Vitale 45-15; Guy Gilder 45-33; Gordon Reay 47-40; Edward Smith 49-11; Stephen Osborne 48-54; Karen Brazier 50-01; Duncan Partridge 50-29; Emma Catlow 51-35; Rebecca Walsh 54-32; Nicki Degnan 58-25.

 

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