Cummins cruises off-road

18:05 10 July 2012

Dagenham 88s at Forest Fives

Dagenham 88s at Forest Fives

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Ian Cummins was on top form for Dagenham 88s at the Orion Harriers Forrest Five Series

Ian Cummins led home a five-strong contingent of Dagenham 88s Runners in the second leg of the Orion Harriers Forrest Five series on Sunday.

The V40 runner was first over the line for the team in a time of 36 minutes 19 seconds to claim 28th place overall.

Next to successfully conquer the five-mile off-road course was Kevin Brown (97th) in 46.52.

Caroline Cummins finished 103rd clocking a time of 48.29, while Jackie Frewin was just one place behind her when she recorded a time of 49.05.

Timi Veerasamy (109th) completed the quintet’s participation when she finished in 50.22.

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