It was a superb show for the 141st Lee-on-the-Solent parkrunThe Fareham Crusaders volunteer takeover helped to add to a super parkrun morning. Club members took on the various roles as they were helping, encouraging and supporting as many of those taking part donned their superhero costumes. It is always a very popular event at Lee with plenty of great community support for the event. Lee had 452 finishers for the 5k which is hosted at Marine Parade East, PO13 9LB every Saturday and starts at 9am.
Have your sayBoss Chris Powell made it two wins from two as Southend beat leaders Wigan 3-1 at Roots Hall. Centre-half Michael Turner scored his third goal in seven games to give the Shrimpers the lead after three minutes. Marc-Antoine Fortune doubled his side’s advantage with a second in the 36th minute of the League One clash. Substitute James Vaughan pulled a goal back for the leaders, but Southend restored their two-goal advantage when Michael Kightly scored.
Keeper Luke McGee showed his character as well as his quality with a starring role in Pompey’s win at MK Dons. After being dropped for the arrival of Stephen Henderson before his injury, the former Spurs man had a point to prove. With a brilliant attitude and determined approach he did just that, making some superb saves in the dramatic 2-1 success. It was a magnificent performance and Pompey fans are delighted with his work.
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