Rugby Union: Vintage Form from a Winning Youngster; CROSS COUNTRY

Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England), February 15, 2008 | Go to article overview

Rugby Union: Vintage Form from a Winning Youngster; CROSS COUNTRY


Byline: By MIKE COTTON

THE sixth fixture of the North Yorkshire and South Durham Cross Country League took place in spring-like conditions at Blakeston School, in Stockton.

The senior men's race saw a first league win for Andrew Wiles, of Mandale, who is still an under-20 and one of the league's most talented young athletes.

Wiles held off the challenge of the experienced Paul Lowe (North Yorks Moors) to record an impressive win in 25mins 3secs, with John Hunter (Loftus/Whitby) in third place and the first veteran home.

Lewis Rodgers (Loftus/Whitby) finished an excellent fourth and he and Hunter led their club to another team win, guaranteeing them the league title for the season.

Carolyn Summersgill (Middlesbrough & Cleveland) led from the start in the senior women's race and took a third consecutive win, ensuring she retained the individual league title. Jessica Russon (New Marske) was again in top form and was the first under-17 runner to finish in fourth place.

Richmond and Zetland, led by second and third-placed Tamsin Clark and Kelly Haniver, led their club to team victory over second-placed Middlesbrough & Cleveland.

Adam Morrell (Mandale) won the under-17 men's event by a near two-minute margin.

Danny Collins (Scarborough) won the under-15 boys race and led his club to team victory over Middlesbrough & Cleveland, while Richmond and Zetland's Maddy Winzer triumphed from Loftus' Grace Rodgers in the under-15 girls event, with Mandale taking the team race.

At under-13 level, Dani Braithwaite (Loftus/Whitby) won the girls race and led her club to team victory over Richmond & Zetland, while James King of Richmond & Zetland won in the boys race.

The seventh and final fixture will be held on Sunday, March 16, at Richmond.

Results: U-13 boys: 1, J King (R&Z) 7.01; 2, M Rhodes (Mandale) 7.12; 3, D Overin (R&Z) 7.16; 4, B Scarborough (Scarborough) 7.26; 5, C Pascoe (New Marske) 7.26; 6, P McGill (Beverley) 7.28. Team: 1, R&Z 32; 2, Scarborough 34; 3, Sedgefield 54.

U-13 girls: 1, D Braithwaite (L&W) 7. …

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