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Team effort earns QPH second place

PUBLISHED: 18:00 14 October 2009 | UPDATED: 14:43 24 August 2010

STRENGTH in depth proved vital as Queens Park Harriers took second place at Oxford in their first Chiltern League cross-country match of the season. Michael Dmitrzak was first home for QPH, taking 11th place in 34 mins 39 secs despite faltering on the hil

STRENGTH in depth proved vital as Queens Park Harriers took second place at Oxford in their first Chiltern League cross-country match of the season.

Michael Dmitrzak was first home for QPH, taking 11th place in 34 mins 39 secs despite faltering on the hill, while the ever-reliable Brendan Greene was next home in 21st (36:08).

Debutant Andrew Galligan worked his way through the field to finish 27th (37:57), followed by Wayne Roy in 36th (38:03) and another new face, Simon Brotherson (37th, 38:07).

Joe Sinclair (40th, 38:22), Frank Nolan (52nd, 39:36 - and fourth veteran), Joad Diege (57th, 40:07), Andy Angus (61st, 40:28) and Aaron Smith (85th, 44:11) completed the QPH scorers.

The club were also represented by two athletes in the women's race, with Christina Bycroft taking 22nd place (29:20) and debutant Phyllis Sannoh crossing the line in 38th (38:08).

New members of all standards are always welcome at QPH. For further information, visit queensparkharriers.org.uk

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