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National honours for club

PUBLISHED: 08:15 07 March 2008 | UPDATED: 10:34 03 July 2010

Great Yarmouth & District Athletic Club members who are competing in national events.

Great Yarmouth & District Athletic Club members who are competing in national events.

MEMBERS of the Great Yarmouth and District Athletic Club are to compete in national competitions in the next few weeks.

Rianna Ash is in the Norfolk County Sportshall Athletics U13 team, which is representing the eastern region against 12 other regions in the national finals at the National Exhibition Centre in Birmingham.

MEMBERS of the Great Yarmouth and District Athletic Club are to compete in national competitions in the next few weeks.

Rianna Ash is in the Norfolk County Sportshall Athletics U13 team, which is representing the eastern region against 12 other regions in the national finals at the National Exhibition Centre in Birmingham.

Catherine Lee will represent Norfolk County AAA in the U13 girls' event at the inter-county cross country championships at Nottingham, with all races televised on Sky Sports, on Saturday, March 15.

Charlotte Eastwood (U15) represents the Norfolk Schools Athletic Association at Sefton Park, Liverpool, tomorrow in the English Schools Cross Country Championships.

Holly Andrews, representing the east of England region, will be competing at Loughborough in the National Sixth Form Colleges Cross Country Championships.

The club also has two other athletes representing competing at Liverpool in the English Schools Cross Country Championships - Mitchell Reed and Chris Dawes.


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