Thames won the 36th Mob Match against South London Harriers by 168 points to 340, scoring 15-a-side. It was our first victory in this fixture since 2013 and brought the overall series score to 16 wins to Thames and 20 to S.L.H.
James McMullan was first home in a very fast time of 39 minutes, 43 seconds. This result won James the 172nd Long Distance Challenge. In second place was S.L.H’s Ollie Garrod (42.46) and Andy Weir from Thames was third in 42.53. Anri Cohen was first lady home in 16th (51.39). This result won her the 28th Ladies’ long Distance Challenge. Full results can be found here.