Stubbington runners on form at Lee-on-the-Solent parkrun

Round-up of the parkrun scene from Saturday as Stubbington runners and Gosport's Nikki Moxham lead the way...

Wednesday, 14th December 2016, 6:00 am
Updated Wednesday, 14th December 2016, 1:57 pm
Andy Simpson. Picture: David Brawn


Stubbington Green Runners occupied the first three spots on Saturday.

Andy Simpson clocked 17min 01sec, then it was Rob Greenwood in 17.20 and Russ Coleman in 17.54.

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First lady Nikki Moxham, of Gosport Road Runners, achieved an excellent new personal best of 18.54.

In total, 251 runners completed the 77th Lee-on-the-Solent parkrun 5k at Marine Parade East.

Queen Elizabeth

Neil Cameron completed his 100th parkrun with a 12th place finish at QE on Saturday.

Mark Bicknell finished first with a time of 21.31.

Nicky McWilliam led the way for the ladies with a time of 23.02.


University of Portsmouth AC runner Paddy Haynes took first place in tough conditions with a time of 17.36.

Ian Hayward set an excellent new Southsea parkrun PB of 18.38 as he finished in third spot.

First lady was Emma Williams in 20.16, with her City of Portsmouth club-mate Sian Hawkes next lady to finish in 20.33.

Emma Denham set a new PB as she finished third lady with a time of 21.24.


James Baker returned to Staunton Country Park and set another quick time of 16.22 on his way to finishing first.

The Chichester athlete has now got 34 first places in the Havant parkrun and his top time is 15.56.

First lady was Andrea Kerage with a new personal best of 23.03.


The lead runner at Cams Hall Estate was Peter Abrahams, of Fareham Crusaders, who finished with a time of 17.41.

Winchester’s Jack Wergan took third place in 18.38. It was his first trip to Fareham and he is in the junior 15-to-17 age group.

Rebecca Seal finished first lady with a time of 21.31.