Ross Peers Half Marathon

PUBLISHED: 15:58 21 May 2008 | UPDATED: 10:23 04 May 2010

Stephen Pettit

Stephen Pettit

THE Ross Peers Half Marathon was held in and around Soham on Sunday, with 167 runners from local clubs and non-affiliated athletes from around the region and even as far afield as Derbyshire. The winner, Alan Turnball who represented the RAF, came in wit

THE Ross Peers Half Marathon was held in and around Soham on Sunday, with 167 runners from local clubs and non-affiliated athletes from around the region and even as far afield as Derbyshire.

The winner, Alan Turnball who represented the RAF, came in with a time of 1.15.29.

Several members of Ely Runners Club participated in the event, and the highest placed of these was Stephen Pettit who finished fourth in a time of 1.21.19.

Other Ely Runners in the top 100:

12th: Stephen Barker 01.27.59

13th: Graham Chapman 01.28.07

15th: Stephen Howard 01.28.58

16th: Paul Needham 01.28.59

33rd: Darren Murfitt 01.33.09

50th: Nicola Bramley 01.38.19

53rd: Ian Blatchford 01.39.23

59th: Dean Sheppard 01.40.38

68th: Paul Salmon 01.42.31

70th: Steve Collett 01.42.37

83rd Jonathon Sykes 01.45.12

87th: Tony Robinson 01.46.34

92nd: Fran Crawford 01.47.15

97th: John Turner 01.50.54

Stephen Pettit of Ely Runners was the top finisher for the club, in fourth place.

Alan Turnball, running for the RAF, on his way to winning the Ross Peers Half Marathon on Sunday in a time of 01.15.29.


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