This Sunday the PCCCT conducts the AJL Lifestyle/AJJL Yamaha half-marathon – a much sought after race. The 21.1 is a classic distance and this version is run from River Park, Ulverstone to Turners Beach and return. The course is a flat one but requires contenders to have done solid training and be very fit.
A runner who fits the bill perfectly is Evan Brett. Brett was noticed finishing hard two weeks ago for a close-up second and rested from last week’s event.
His main danger is sure to be Matthew Rolls who has returned to the club this year, after a long break, in great form. He was fifth in a 12km event two weeks ago and has other recent placings. He won’t have to improve much to breast the tape first.
Aaron Robertson and Brad Taylor will also look potential winners at some stage, while Kim Reader will fly the flag for the female runners. She is another who will love this longer distance but will need to be at her best to catch Anna Murton and Ann Horton.
Entries have closed with the race starting at 9:30
Nominated time events will be held at 8:45