Honiton RC juniors rewarded

PUBLISHED: 10:00 31 July 2008 | UPDATED: 22:08 15 June 2010

Honiton RC juniors with club president Alan Rowe

Honiton RC juniors with club president Alan Rowe

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The Junior Section of Honiton Running Club have held their first awards evening when parents and runners had a highly competitive game of rounders and a barbecue before the presentation by Honiton Running Club President, Alan Rowe.

The Junior Section of Honiton Running Club have held their first awards evening when parents and runners had a highly competitive game of rounders and a barbecue before the presentation by Honiton Running Club President, Alan Rowe. The first section of awards were for those youngsters who had made a big contribution to the club. A club doesn't exist unless people turn up, and those who attend week by week are the heart and soul of a club. Attendance Awards went to Tom Dunn and Rosie Lyus. The Fun Runner award is given to those who have fun and help other people to enjoy themselves - very important people to have in the club. This year they went to Sam Urquart and Robyn Moyse.The Tough Runner Awards are for the people who keep going and don't give up. They always put in a great effort and make the rest of us think that we can try harder. William Donovan and Natasha Browning were the winners.The best improvements in the club Time-Trial trophies went to Michael Rae and Ashleigh Logan. The best race performance awards were won by Jake Harvey and Lily Helston. Special achievement Awards were won by James Proctor and Steven Trenchard while the junior Runners of the Year awards were presented to Reuben Heeler-Frood and Katie Davey.The award winners are pictured with Honiton Running Club President Alan Rowe. Pic: contributed.


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