Blean KFL race report

Blean, Rough common, Canterbury KFL News.


The sixth cross country in the Kent fitness league saw our team of 16 competing at the Blean woods leg on Sunday. Conditions were perfect with a sunny morning. The wooded course started on the grass playing fields with some mole hills to negotiate, then into the woods for one loop. A few congested water jumps led us onto the steep gravely hills.


Our team included 1 new debutant in this season’s racing, Andy Jones, he will be a strong competitor for our team.


Britany Crombie was our first lady home in (18th) followed by Claire Greenaway in (38th). Jordan Gilbert was our first traccie home and led our men’s team in (36th) overall with our senior male Jamie Jordan in (38th) close behind. Our veteran athletes also dug deep to add to the important overall team scoring getting in amongst the 417 runners.


Overall, in the league, our joint team’s position within the 18 clubs stands at 9th, The ladies are now 7th in their individual league. We finished the morning with our usual hot drinks and a great selection of cakes and snacks sharing our stories of the great team Trac performance again.


Look forward to some great pics on social media.


The last round is at a new venue All Hallows holiday park ME3 9QD at 11 am. Let us end the season on a high and finish a fantastic season for TRAC.


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Chris Brenchley and Nikki Boyes team Captains.


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