Joggers tackle Tarpley test

RUNNING - Tarpley 10 and 20 mile road race

Pictured: Aaron Noble, Sudbury Joggers (10 miles)


Picture: Mecha Morton
RUNNING - Tarpley 10 and 20 mile road race Pictured: Aaron Noble, Sudbury Joggers (10 miles) Picture: Mecha Morton
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A massive 36 runners represented Sudbury Joggers at the Tarpley 10 and 20 mile race hosted by Saint Edmunds Pacers on Sunday.

Kieran Hayles led the men home in the 20 mile race, which started in Beyton, near Bury St Edmunds, with a time of two hours five minutes and 35 seconds.

RUNNING - Tarpley 10 and 20 mile road race

Pictured: Darren Barfield, Sudbury joggers (10 miles)


Picture: Mecha Morton

RUNNING - Tarpley 10 and 20 mile road race Pictured: Darren Barfield, Sudbury joggers (10 miles) Picture: Mecha Morton

He was followed in by Richard Smith, Adam Mumford, Mark Salisbury, Steve

Clark and Steve Stearns.

The ladies were led home by Emma Barrowclough in a time of 2.41.17, followed by Rebecca Evans, Dee St Ledger, Julie Marsh, Michelle Holland and Claire Fradley.

In the 10 mile run, which also started in the same village, the men were led home by Charles Hann in 1.07.27 followed by Darren Barfield, Aaron Noble, Anthony Harris, Chris Howard,

A large contingent of Sudbury Joggers turned out at Beyton for the Tarpley 10 and 20 mile races on Sunday

A large contingent of Sudbury Joggers turned out at Beyton for the Tarpley 10 and 20 mile races on Sunday

Dave Chapman and Ian St Ledger.

For the ladies, first home was Jackie Hann in 1.18.27 followed by Tina

Gore, Sam, Cooper, Ruth Cowlin, Sian Guyton, Sam Couldridge, Jules

Willis, Jenny Merry, Sally Sandford, Bianca Burman, Zoey Battell, Sarah

Chamberlin, Natalie Jones, Hayley Gunn Bruce, Hannah St Ledger, Sharon

Breward and Sue Moye.

n Five runners from Sudbury Joggers travelled over the border to Essex

on the same day to take part in the St Peters Way Ultra Marathon, a distance

of 42 miles from Ongar to St Peters Chapel, Bradwell on Sea.

First home were Clive Davey, Jim Comber and Gary Godfrey with a time of

8hrs 26 mins.

Coming home in a time of 9hrs 28mins were Steve Rulton and the

Joggers Ladies’ club captain, Sarah Pennock, completing her very first

race over 30 miles.