Another great performance from FRC runners in the Lockdown League. This week’s distance was 3 miles – a shot in the arm for those suffering from parkrun withdrawal.
The team of the first three ladies to score (Goodwin, Green and Windsor) finished third and moved up the table to be two points off second place.
Nikki Goodwin finished highest FRC lady in 13th, Green in 25th and Windsor 28th all scoring individual points in the process.
Kirtsy Wilson was the sole FRC representative in the category finishing 9th and scoring 2 points.
The six Folkestone ladies packed the top half of the table. Goodwin in 3rd, Green in 5th and Windsor in 7th. Parsons, Stoakes and Quinn all finished just outside the top 10. Green moved up to third in the individual table, Goodwin 7th and Windsor 10th.
Maria Felicetti finished a credible midtable in her first Lockdown League race.
The men’s team moved into joint first with Ashford AC with the lowest combined age grade time for the distance. The first three to score were Male, McGilloway and Tyler with a time of 45:20.
Phenomenal running by Steve Male on an undulating course gave him an age graded early birthday present time of 14:10 (16:43) and he led the field by over 20 seconds. The team fielded twelve runners and eight FRC men finished in scoring positions with many of the runners going at around 5K PB pace. Derek Matcham set himself a new Strava 5K PB along the way. Tim Warren was just one second and place off a scoring position. In the table McGilloway sits in third and Tyler in seventh, Gillett and Male both just outside the top 10 after two races.
Tyler, Voller and Steele all finished in the top 10 to score in the individual competition, and Erskine finished 20th. In the table Tyler moved up one place to second overall, Voller 10th and Steele 12th.
The V40 men went one better than last week with FRC taking the first three positions in McGilloway, Gillett and Matcham. Warren also finished in the top 10 to score for the second consecutive week. McGilloway leads the table, Gillett in second, Matcham in seventh and Warren in 10th.
Three scorers in the top 10 (Male, Crew and Wild) saw the men challenge Medway and Maidstone’s week 1 dominance. Male was first with Crew 6th, Wild 8th and Scott 22nd.
The mixed team of the first two men and women (Goodwin, Green, Male and McGilloway) moved up to second place.
Overall individual results