Blake win Herts County 10K silver

PUBLISHED: 18:36 14 October 2009 | UPDATED: 14:33 06 May 2010

St Albans Striders were slightly under-strength last Sunday at the Standalone 10k in Letchworth. However, Ed Blake won the Herts County 10k silver medal and was third in the race overall in a personal best time of 34:01. Lizzie Barber was first in the lad

St Albans Striders were slightly under-strength last Sunday at the Standalone 10k in Letchworth. However, Ed Blake won the Herts County 10k silver medal and was third in the race overall in a personal best time of 34:01.

Lizzie Barber was first in the ladies veteran 55+ category by about a kilometre. The Striders finishers were as follows:

3rd 0:34:01 Ed Blake

30th 0:37:28 Gary Warren

38th 0:37:47 Colin Braybrook

59th 0:39:04 Anthony Brooke

83rd 0:40:14 Sally Onn

174th 0:43:41 Chris Onn

238th 0:45:16 Lizzie Barber

The club also had a number of runners at this weekend's Herts 10k in Harpenden with Blake Vivian coming home fourth in a time of 34:15.

Other striders in the top ten were Thomas Crouch (36:07) and Andrew Auld (36:10) in ninth and tenth respectively.

Other Striders finishers were:

16 John Jones 00:37:24

26 Paul Siddle 00:38:41

29 Colin Braybrook 00:38:58

110 Richard Derrick 00:42:57

120 Gwynfor Tyley 00:43:08

191 Oliver Kirkman 00:44:12

222 Nicola Carter 00:45:33

244 Louise Bentham 00:45:58

274 Leigh Ecclestone 00:45:57

356 Christine Ferguson 00:47:36

703 Sheryl Norman 00:52:04

891 Elise Clements 00:54:41

892 Trevor Clements 00:54:42

1096 Eileen Sindole 00:55:46

1141 Petra Grosse 00:56:14

1270 Jonathan Hammond 00:57:07

1800 Barrowman Michael 01:06:47

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