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Women (5km): 1 T Millmore (Birt) 21:07; 2 K Hewitson (NcleUni) 21:42; 3 M Groak (Sund) 21:59; 4 L Robertson (BhillB) 22:41; 5 S Scott (Tyne) 22:46; 6 L Robinson (NSP) 22:48; 7 M Thompson (NSP) 22:50; 8 B Mornigg (BhillB) 22:57; 9 F King (TyneBr) 22:58; 10 A Banner (Elsw) 23:01.
Chartered accountant and independent director of quoted venture capital trust The AIM VCT plc, Martin Groak (CORR SPELL) has also been appointed as a non-executive director.
ST AIDAN'S (from): Kieran Stoker, Nathan Gill, Nathan Browne, Arron Swainston, Michael Querry, Andrew Pears, Jay Redman, James Thomas, Jackson Wright, Nial Groak, Callum Watson, Dan Angus, Aidan Ward, Brad Wilson, Daniel Mitchell, Reece McKewan.
Nicholas Tod, Martin Groak and John Pither be appointed directors.
North Eastern champion Steven Horn (Elswick) contests the 1,500m together with Morpeth's Ivan Hollingsworth and Gosforth's Paul Hutton, while Sunderland's Peter Groak and Alan Buckley (Gateshead) contest the 5,000m.
The 41-year-old played a waiting game as he let Sunderland's Peter Groak cut the early pace in a race which attracted more than 400 competitors.
Groak, just back from spending a year in America on an exchange at South Dakota University, took an early lead with Orange content to settle in a group 20 metres behind.
Groak pushed on and reached the half-way point three seconds ahead of his rivals in 16min 34sec but it was not long after that Orange made up the deficit, eased to the front and eventually extended his advantage to 46 seconds at the finish.
Groak, despite tiring on the second of the two circuits, managed to hold off the fast-finishing Joseph McCready (Darlington) by seven seconds to take the runners-up spot.
Sunderland's Peter Groak, back after a spell at university in America, finished in fourth place.
SUNDERLAND: Brian Rushworth, Patrick Martin, Gavin Massingham, Mark Hood, Norman Younger jnr, Mark Donkin, Alan Lilliendale, Steve Coxon, Norman Younger snr, Tim Field, Peter Groak, Richard Kemp.