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Mabie Trail Race

12/06/2011

On Sunday 12th June there were 21 Dumfries Running Club members who took part in the Mabie Trail race. The well chosen technical route is a stiff test with a number of sharp climbs, steep descents with rocky outcrops and tree routes ready to trip up tired or careless runners.

With five club runners in the top six, Mickey Breen in 38.02 headed off the two time champion Steven Smith by 39 seconds with David Parrish in 3rd place a further 40 seconds behind. Alan Baxter, 5th in 40.33 held off first woman Mhairi Duff by just under a minute with Chris Woods a further sixty seconds adrift. Ian Brown running for Tynedale Harriers was first supervet in 43.17 and was 80 seconds in front of second supervet Sandy Shankland. John Green in a rare excursion in Mabie ran strongly in 46.39 and stayed ahead of second woman Allie Wilson. Mike Jardine was delighted with his run in 49.41 and the ageless Maureen Dickson continued her recent impressive race performances with a well deserved run a few seconds over the 50 minute mark. Stephen Mohan had a poor run in 52.37 and was only just ahead of Rachael McDougal with Kerry Walker a couple of minutes behind. Sandie Donald in 59 minutes lead home the quartet of Gemma Leadbetter, Alison Crooks and Liz Smart who ran most of the route together and Margaret Gray and Susan Callander admitted they found the going really tough in 64 minutes but used the event as a staging post in their training for an autumn marathon.

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