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Athletics: Queens Park Harriers reign supreme at Middlesex Cross-Country Masters

PUBLISHED: 13:00 29 March 2018

Queens Park Harriers celebrate their success at the Middlesex Cross-Country Masters at Royston

Queens Park Harriers celebrate their success at the Middlesex Cross-Country Masters at Royston

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Queens Park Harriers celebrate their success at the Middlesex Cross-Country Masters at RoystonQueens Park Harriers celebrate their success at the Middlesex Cross-Country Masters at Royston

Queens Park Harriers members enjoyed plenty of success at the Middlesex Cross-Country Masters.

Queens Parl Harriers athlete Jennifer Armson won the women’s race and also finished first in the F35 category.

Armson also won the F35 team race, along with Queens Park Harriers colleagues Laura Fairbanks and Amanda Logan.

Fellow Queens Park Harriers runner Sophie Barnard was second overall, which was enough to come first in the F45 category.

Queens Park Harriers celebrate their success at the Middlesex Cross-Country Masters at RoystonQueens Park Harriers celebrate their success at the Middlesex Cross-Country Masters at Royston

Barnard was also part of the Queens Park Harriers team that triumphed in the F45 team race, along with Michelle Forde and Louise Hinshelwood.

In the men’s race, Nathan Pask, a Queens Park Harriers member, finished fastest in the M40 category.

Pask, Michael Dmitrzak, Gildas Braine and Richard Byrne were victorious for Queens Park Harriers in the M40 team race.

In the V70, Queens Park Harriers athlete Bill O’Connor finished second to cap an excellent sequence of results for the club at the Middlesex Cross-County Masters.

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