|Matt celebrates another PB|
Round 11 of the club championship saw Grantham Running Club's Matt Williamson celebrated another PB as he slashed almost seven minutes off his 2016 time for the Heckington 10. Returning to where he ran his first ever race in the green and black exactly 12 months earlier he was able to use his experience to pace his run to perfection. Just behind him was Rob Howbrook who paid the price for a very ambitious start and found himself tightening up in the second half to finish a minute astray of where he would like to be. The final member of the GRC trio was Nev Chamberlain running in memory of his father, now back to something like full fitness Nev was able to get within 30 seconds of his fastest ever 10 miler. Speaking after the race Matt said "This is a great race, no wonder it sells out so quickly every year"
In terms of points Matt replaced one of his lower scoring early season performances with his highest score to date whilst Rob moved to the top of the leader board after amassing in excess of 400 points in just five races - an average of over 80%