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Brendan's best of the bunch for QPH

PUBLISHED: 15:28 11 November 2009 | UPDATED: 14:46 24 August 2010

BRENDAN Greene led Queen s Park Harriers home again as they secured a top-half finish in their Chiltern League Division Two match at Luton. A storming run from Greene took him across the finish line in 14th place and a time of 33 minutes eight seconds as

BRENDAN Greene led Queen's Park Harriers home again as they secured a top-half finish in their Chiltern League Division Two match at Luton.

A storming run from Greene took him across the finish line in 14th place and a time of 33 minutes eight seconds as QPH finished sixth out of 13 teams.

The improving Andrew Galligan was next home for QPH in 34:42, with a trio of his team-mates closely bunched together - Wayne Roye followed by Joao Diogo and veteran Frank Nolan.

Andy Angus was the sixth finisher for QPH, followed by Damian Bastick (37:34), Richard Davis (39:05) and James Walerych (40:28).

Aaran Smith (41:23), Bill O'Connor (47:12), John Walerych (52:50) and Doddridge Benjamin (60:29) also completed the course.

The club had just a single representative in the women's race and Phyllis Sannoh finished a respectable 53rd in 36:01.

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