Weekend Review: East Cheshire Harriers

East Cheshire Harriers had a massive turnout for the first of the South East Lancs Cross Country League race at a very heavy Heaton Park.

Over thirty of the under 11 boys and girls took part.

Under 11 boys:
1st Alfie Manser.

3rd Finley Partington.

7th Edward Figgins-Barrett. ( first team).

8th Marshall Fleet.

9th Paul Knight.

10th Elliott Singleton.

13th Flynn Slattery.

14th Drew Cyprus.

17th Lucas Rhodes.

20th Eashan Mistry.

23rd Ryan O’Boye.

25th Max Ormston.

26th Sam Partington.

27th Alfie Millington.

29th Harrison Simpson.

30th Zachary Sumner.

Under 11 girls.
4th Isla Herring.

8th Anna Rooke.

9th Amelia Jones. (2nd team)

12th Meadow Wright.

17th Ava Royle.

20th Harriet Byrnes.

21st Olivia Jones.

23rd Cecilia Smyile.

25th Delilah Gregory.

26th Imogen McBurnie.

28th Sophia Gush.

30th Olivia Kelly.

32nd Thea Stansfield.

34th Erin Royle.

35th Emily Vance.

38th Jessica Ryan.

Under 13 boys.
24th Harrison Stansfield.

Under 13 girls.
8th Kayla Corbett.

10th Erin Lord.

12th Ava McKenna. ( 2nd team )

18th Harri-Ann Fleet. 

Under 15 girls.
7th Aliesha Smith.

11th Ellen Lees-Hill.

15th Macy Singleton. ( first team )
16th Leigha Manser.

18th C.  Shaw- Humphries.

19th Abi Hirst.

Ladies under 17.

2nd Megan Lewis.

Ladies under 20.   

3rd Abbie O’Neil.

Men under 20. 

2nd Jacob Taylor.

Ladies over 20. 

3rd Hayley Simpson.

13th Beth McManus.

19th Rachel Fawcett.

27th Sally Teague.

Ladies over 40. 14th Catherine Daley.
Ladies over 45.  1st. Karen Fleming.
Ladies over 50.   3rd Emma McQueen.

Men over 20.

2nd David Barrett.

3rd Joe Hudak.

6th Gavin Browne.

8th Scott Matthews.

66th James Harstshorne.

83rd David Figgins-Barrett.

Men over 40. 

3rd Robin Horner.

6th Darren Smith.

7th Michael Stansfield. (2nd team )

Men over 45.

2nd Tim Greenald.

8th Dave Rankin.

26th Tom Clarke.

Men over 50.  15th Steve Roberts
Men over 55.   5th Derek Hughes.
Men over 60.   14th Gary Coxen.
Men over 70.   3rd Chris Johnson.


By Francis Day

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