Cheverton victorious over new course

SAMUEL Cheverton, of Waveney Valley AC, made the most of home advantage to win the junior race at the second Suffolk Winter League meeting of the season, staged at Fritton Lake near Beccles.

By Carl Marston

SAMUEL Cheverton, of Waveney Valley AC, made the most of home advantage to win the junior race at the second Suffolk Winter League meeting of the season, staged at Fritton Lake near Beccles.

Cheverton finished 26 seconds clear of runner-up Andy Constable, who had triumphed at the previous race in Framlingham.

Last Sunday's event was over a new course designed by hosts Waveney Valley AC.


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Asa Burnett, of Stowmarket Striders, was third overall and first in the under-15 category, while Andrew Revell, of the Harriers, topped the under-13 age group.

Megan Burt completed a double victory for Waveney Valley AC by winning the girls' race, ahead of club-mate Alice Wicks and Harriers' Emma Burroughs (first under-15). Harriers' club-mate Claire Caiger won the under-13 section.

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Results

Top 10 boys: 1 S Cheverton (Waveney Valley, u-17) 10.45; 2 A Constable (Ipswich Harriers, u-17) 11.11; 3 A Burnett (Stowmarket, u-15) 11.44; 4 R Fawcett (IH, u-17) 11.50; 5 A Revell (IH, u-13) 12.38; 6 J Higgins (Thetford & Brandon Fern Hoppers, u-13) 12.45; 7 M Bartrum (Newmarket & Sudbury Joggers, u-13) 12.45; 8 C McKie (Diss, u-13) 12.51; 9 J Greenwood (TBH, u-15) 12.59; 10 K McMorran (WV, u-13) 13.02.

Top 10 girls: 1 M Burt (WV, u-17) 12.55; 2 A Wicks (WV, u-17) 13.11; 3 E Burroughs (IH, u-15) 13.14; 4 L Thomas (IH, u-15) 13.17; 5 C Caiger (IH, u-13) 13.19; 6 R Mumford (TBH, u-13) 13.47; 7 M Soanes (WV, u-13) 13.48; 8 S Read (TBH) 14.05; 9 S Driver (NSJ, u-15) 14.06; 10 L Fox (WV, u-17) 14.16.

Teams on the day, girls: 1 WV 149pts; 2 IH 147; 3 TBH 121; 4 Pacers 100; 5 NSJ 108. Boys: 1 IH 115; 2 WV 104; 3 TBH 99.

Team standings (after two of six races), girls: 1 WV 314pts; 2 IH 298; 3 TBH 261; 4 Pacers 245; 5 NSJ 218. Boys: 1 IH 237pts; 2 TBH 204; 3 WV 194.

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