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Final Kent Fitness League Match

At the Canterbury Harriers’ home cross country run, Peter Hogben made a hat-trick of wins in 29:53, closely followed by fellow Harriers Tom Purnell in seventh and Tom Millard in ninth. This resulted in the Harriers finishing third in the combined league tables for the season with Peter Hogben finishing fourth overall in the season, followed by Tom Purnell in fifth position. Barbara Wenman retained her Vet 55 Female title and Yiannis Christodoulou won Most Improved male in the league.

Also, at the Deal Half Marathon, David Waite came in the top 20 with a PB of 1:31:25.

 

Kent Fitness League Canterbury 2014

Peter Hogben on his way to victory

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Headcorn Half and the Tenterden 5

At the Headcorn Half Marathon, David Bowden gained 18th position as the first Harrier home in 1:27:17, closely followed by Mark Cooper in 1:29:37. Faye Roberts made the third lady home in 1:29:55 and Penny Birchall was the first Vet Lady 55 in 1:45:59. The Canterbury Harriers achieved theteam prize due to these excellent results.

At the Tenterden 5, Andy Philips came an impressive 26th position for his debut in 33:54. Also making their first debut was Anna Fisk (42:53), Karen Hoult (46:12) and Philip Hadler (51:45).