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Athletics: Queens Park Harriers out in force

PUBLISHED: 16:00 22 November 2017

Queens Park Harriers women face the camera.

Queens Park Harriers women face the camera.

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Queens Park Harriers were out in force at the annual London Cross-Country Championships at a cold and wet Parliament Hill.

Queens Park Harriers men face the camera.Queens Park Harriers men face the camera.

Sophie Barnard led the women home over 6k in 25 minutes 13 seconds to finish in 68th place.

And Harriet Knight (26.22) was next to finish on her cross-country but, with Natalie Hall (30.12), Emma Jones (32.53), Susan Kennedy (33.13), Nicola Englishby (33.14), Louise Hinshelwood (33.41) and Amanda Logan (39.52) also in a field of 275 finishers.

The men covered 10k, with Matt Kitching the first Queens Park Harrier home in 89th place in 39.15.

Michael Dmitrzak (41.34) was next member to finish, while Sam Sutherland (43.29) sprinted to the line after taking a tumble.

Tim Muir (43.59), Nicholas Stallman (44.42), Richard Byrne (47.46), Joe Booth (51.50), Patrick Brennan (52.33) and Adrian Boylan (52.46) were also in action in a field of 494.

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