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Harriers on track for charity

PUBLISHED: 13:48 17 June 2009 | UPDATED: 13:35 24 August 2010

Top 10: Queen's Park Harriers' 10 runners, who raised £18,000 for cerebral palsy

Top 10: Queen's Park Harriers' 10 runners, who raised £18,000 for cerebral palsy

QUEEN'S Park Harriers athletes produced fantastic displays to raise £18,000 for charity by each running six-minute miles on Saturday. The 10 competitors raised the money for runner Cody Burridge's daughter for the Cerebral Palsy charity...

QUEEN'S Park Harriers' athletes produced fantastic displays to raise £18,000 for charity by each running six-minute miles on Saturday.

The 10 competitors raised the money for runner Cody Burridge's daughter for the Cerebral Palsy charity, and all smashed their personal best times at Willesden Stadium.

First runner home was the event's oldest competitor Bertie Miller with a time of 5 minutes 53 seconds, followed by Phil Way in 5:13.

Burridge, who organised the event, recorded a time of 5:49, taking 30 seconds off his previous personal best, and the fourth runner to was Matt Comboy in 5:34.

Ross Woods had 5:30, sixth runner Mark Slade was 5:45, and seventh runner Roo Kendal came in at 5.37.

James McDowell was eighth runner in 5.43. The day's second fastest time went to Mark Price, ninth to run in 5:21, and tenth home was Simon Brotherson in 5:31.


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