Robbie's super run

PUBLISHED: 08:09 04 December 2006 | UPDATED: 10:17 24 May 2010

Robbie Mackay who recently represented Churchill Community School in the North Somerset cross-country championships held at Blaise Castle, won the event with a late burst

Robbie Mackay who recently represented Churchill Community School in the North Somerset cross-country championships held at Blaise Castle, won the event with a late burst.In the Under-12s minor boys event, over 60 would-be athletes competed in a fine race which.Nailsea's Conor Jones led for most of the race was tailed closely by two runners before Robbie unleashed a terrific sprint finish to take the lead in the final 50 metres to win.* WESTON Athletic Club, Brent Knoll race: 7, Malcolm Gammon 42.42; 9, Simon Moth 43.20; 13,Gerry King 45.10; 20, Dave Stock 47.45; 24, Chris Pinchbeck 48.47; 25, Teresa King 48.48 (first lady); 26, Bryan Morley 48.56; 28, Jim Wooton 49.40; 33, Chris Datchler 50.59; 34, Pete Jones 51.22; 35, Rob Skeen 51.52; 41, Liz Green 54.42 (first lady vet 55); 56, Leslie Cowell 63.45; 57, Dave Cowell 63.46.There were 77 finishers.

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