Honiton’s Rowan Westall second in Farway fun run

12:39 25 June 2014

Honiton youngsters took part in the Over the Hill and Farway event fun runs with considerable success, writes Judy Davey.

The oldest junior race of approximately 3k saw Rowan Westall coming second in 16:46, Oliver Grimshaw was fourth in 17:05 and Thomas Lilley finished sixth in 17:13.

Jasmine Stone was first under-10 girl back in her race of approximately 2k finishing ninth overall in 9:05 with her brother Harrison not too far behind finishing 14th in 10:14.

Lara Oak was next back coming 25th in 12:02. Max and Ella Spiller took part in the race for the youngest children coming fifth and 12th respectively.


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