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PANVAC athletes came away from the Cambridgeshire & Lincolnshire Cross Country Championships on Sunday with four individual gold medals and two team golds.

A golden weekend at County Championships for PANVAC stars

In addition we won enough silver and bronze to sink a small ship!

Louie Hemmings comfortably won the Lincolnshire under 13 boys title while Lewis Legge took a hard fought gold in the same age group in Cambridgeshire.

In addition to Hemmings' win in Lincolnshire, there were individual golds in both under 20's races with Harry Hewitt winning the mens by a margin of over three minutes, and Hannah Knight taking the ladies title. PANVAC filled the top three spots in the ladies race with Ellie Rainbow 2nd and Lottie Hemmings 3rd. Needless to say the ladies won team gold.

Team gold medals went to the under 15 boys team of Rhys Buswell, Will Harris and Noah Fell with Buswell taking individual bronze.

One of the top performances of the day in Cambridgeshire came from Erin Walker who enjoyed a fine run when winning under 13's silver.

In the Cambridgeshire men's race Dan Lewis took individual veterans silver, and Simon Fell did the same in the Lincolnshire.

Isaac Fell won the mens under 17's silver with Hannah Taylor winning the ladies silver in the under 17 age group. Gemma Holloway was also amongst the medals at Biscathorpe finishing 2nd in the senior ladies race.

Luke Brown in 7th, and 9th placed Nathan Bunting led the PANVAC senior men to Cambridgeshire team bronze, with veteran Dan Lewis, Steve Wilkinson, Toby Hall and Alex Curtis also in the scoring team. The masters team of Dan Lewis, Steve Hall and Sean Beard also finished 3rd.

Evie Hemmings won under 15's bronze at Biscathorpe with the masters team of Simon Fell, Ben Hewitt and Paul Parkin taking team bronze.

In Cambridgeshire the girls under 13's won team silver thanks to good runs from Izzy Hurn, Sarah Clough and Avril Bloodsworth. The under 15 girls won bronze with 2nd placed Erin Walker joined by Charlotte Smith and Rebekah Clough. Elisabeth Sennit-Clough captured the ladies over 45's silver.

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