Newsletter – December 2001

 

NEWSLETTER 

DECEMBER 2001 ISSUE 293

 

EVENTS DIARY: 

 

JAN 5th

HANTS.X COUNTRY Championship at DIBDEN INCLOSURE
12th

HANTS. XC League at OVERTON
13th

STUBBINGTON 10km
24th

VILLAGE handicap
26th

SOUTHERN X-COUTRY CHAMPS. at PARLIAMENT HILL
27th

ROMSEY 5 miles Road Race EPSOM ODDBALLS 2000 (Mr. SIMCOX’S FISHY RACE)
FEB 2nd

HANTS. X C League at BOURNEMOUTH
3rd

CHICHESTER PRIORY 10 km
8th

TRAINING WEEKEND STARTS
9th

TILFORD X-COUNTRY RACES ( Inc. JUNIORS)
11th

TRAINING WEEKEND ENDS
17th

GOODWOOD GALLOP 10 miles
21st

FOXDOWN HANDICAP
24th

BRAMLEY 20 mile Road Race (& 10 mile race) WINCHESTER 10 km

PLEASE CHECK NOTICE BOARD OR RUNNING MAGAZINES FOR FURTHER INFO.

FRANNYS BITS.

By the time you read this, the festive season will be over though some of us may be feeling the after effects of all the excess food and drink. The club has had a good year on the cross-country and the track but it is noticeable that the numbers competing in open road races seems to be falling. A bright point is the number of new members we have attracted in the last 12 months and also the large fields in both the summer and winter handicaps. The club committee hopes you had a great Christmas and wishes you a happy New Year.

The major event for this month is our home fixture in the Hampshire x-country league at Ashe Meadows on January 12th. ANY OFFERS OF HELP, whether with the course marking/marshalling, car parking, catering or anything else will be gratefully received. Please contact Paul or Geoff if you feel you can help. It is hoped to reduce the car-parking problem of last year by using the car park on Station Hill to relieve the pressure on the farm.

Many apologies to those of you who waited so long for your standard certificates for the year 2000. Most of these were presented at the Christmas party along with the majority of this years certificates. Outstanding certificates will be presented to individuals in the New Year.

I have been told that the Christmas dinner held after the cyclist race was a great success and many thanks to Cath for organising it. Also thanks to Geoff and Liz for organising the food for the party held after the December handicap.

 

STATTO’S REVIEW OF THE YEAR.

JANUARY.

The muddiest county x-country championship in decades saw a poor turnout from the club though both Cath and Ian being 2nd in the Vets. Once again our home x-country fixture was a great success with everyone mucking in with the running of the fixture. Senior men’s’ team were 2nd, with the vets virtually sewing up another league title. Cath took a superb 2nd overall and helped Jill and Liz to take first spot for the Vets. In the ladies race. The monthly handicap was won by Tom Duncan. Illness affected Geoff’s squad of juniors at the County schools and Mike MacMahon reported in from Kosovo.

FEBRUARY.

Another fantastic training weekend in Cornwall was followed closely by the foot and mouth outbreak. The final x-country fixture at Bournemouth saw the men finishing third in the league with the Vets. Winning theirs again. Ian took the Vets. Title as did Cath with the lady Vets finishing 3rd. Young Aaron rounded off a good season with a fine 13th place as the U13 boys finished

8th in the table. Gareth Plumb won the handicap whilst Mark Simcox had a fishy result at Epsom and Keith Clark runs a blinder in the Wokingham half.

MARCH.

The foot and mouth meant that the only open race in the area was the Eastleigh 10k. Nick did enough to win the consistency league with Liz winning the ladies title. Dave “the moaning bandit” won the final winter handicap on a very cold night. Keith Clark took the handicap title with Mark Simcox winning the time league. Jamie gets bitten by a dog that fortunately makes a full recovery.

APRIL.

A good marathon debut from Jamie at London was the highlight of the month with other good marathon efforts coming with a PB from Jill and my fastest time since 1982. Blissy was first Vet. At the Totton 10k where Cath was third lady as once again races were few and far between.

MAY.

Second in the opening fixture gives the track boys a good start to the season. A good turnout for the first mob match saw a good victory over the new Nutley Bottom course with the club filling the first eight places. Ian reported an impressive set of running and Duathlon results as he prepared for the European Championships. Chris Jones used his 1500m speed to snatch the club pentathlon title from Darren Cuff.

JUNE.

VICTORY for the track boys at Battersea leaves them third in the league and some start talking about promotion. Another victory comes in the away mob match where we got out 26 runners. Scott won the summer handicap and the countryside opened up with races at Netley, Ropley and Braishfield.

JULY.

Two thirds and a second keep the track team flying close to the top of the table in the closest league battle for many years. High placings from Blissy, Keith and Paul at the Tadley 10k and Liz wins the handicap.

AUGUST.

Third in their final fixture gave the track & field squad their best league placing for many years. Jamie picked up a bronze medal at the Southern 10,000 metre championship and took 5th place in a classy field at the Newark half-marathon. Ian Vosser romped home to win the final summer handicap with Liz taking the title and Blissy winning the time league. Ian Ford was second Vet. in the popular evening race at Bushy Park.

SEPTEMBER.

A busy month saw prizes aplenty on the roads. The Overton 5 was a great success with numerous individual prizes, both men’s and ladies team prizes and Matty won the one lap event. Another team title went to the men at the Newbury 10 where Jamie finished second in his other vest while Mike and Chris were 5th and 8th respectively. Ian Ford finished 26th in the World Duathlon in Italy despite a heavy fall during a race the previous week. Jamie won the Nottingham marathon in fine style.

OCTOBER.

Cath was 7th in her age group at the British Vets. X-country at Swansea then led the women’s team to 4th spot at Farley Mount. Blissy led home the men with Aaron running best of the juniors (following another good effort over the same course the previous week). Dave Bright won the opening handicap of the winter while both the ladies and veterans’ teams were convincing winners as we hosted the annual relays against Andover and Newbury.

NOVEMBER.

Another good performance from Aaron at Reading with an improved run by Scott in the junior race, Cath took fourth in the ladies again being first Vet. An injury-affected men’s team finish 6th and the Vets. Crown looks under threat. The ladies Vets. finish second. Cath captains the Welsh team in the Vets x-country championship in Scotland but misses a medal by only four seconds. Aaron runs for Hampshire schools in France finishing a superb 10th. Audra wins the second handicap by over a minute whilst Gwynneth becomes the only woman to score consistency points on the road this season.

DECEMBER.

End of term report in the Hampshire league: men’s team 4th, B team 3rd, Vets in 2nd behind Portsmouth with Ian Ford currently third o/all in the Vets…. Not sure on the senior ladies team position but the Vets are TOP but only on match points with Reading Road Runners second. Cath leads the Veterans and is currently third o/all. Elsewhere Dave Henery clocks a PB at the Christchurch 10k and holds a big lead in the consistency league. Martin Crawshaw, Franny and Liz win the team prize at the Tadley x-country and we gain revenge in the cyclist’s race.

 

CLUB CONSISTENCY LEAGUE.

The Consistency league has three and a half months to go but Dave Henery seems to be deservedly romping away with it. The same few runners: Dave,ET,JT, Steve seem to be the only seniors running on the roads with any regularity. Whilst only one woman has deigned to tread the tarmac in a consistency event this season. The numbers in x-country races and the club handicap leagues are as high…if not higher…than ever before but the numbers in the old popular road races seems to be falling. Does the consistency league need a revamp? How about a league running January thru December thereby incorporating races such as Netley, Braishfield and Bushy. This leaves the winter months clear for the cross-country fixtures and stops the double header weekends. I really do need your suggestions so, can you have a serious think and let me know your ideas prior to the AGM in April when hopefully we can discuss this subject more fully. Remember that the main objective of this league was to achieve large turnouts at certain selected races and thereby boost the clubs standing.

HANTS. X-COUNTRY League at BASINGSTOKE.

The rain managed to hold off until the racing was over on a day that saw a good turnout from the club. Young Alex Bright made a very promising debut in the under 13 race but was sadly our only runner. Aaron continued his good form with another 16th place and with Matty giving fine support the team lies in seventh place in the league.

1st DECEMBER.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  U13 BOYS  
37th

A.BRIGHT

15m 08 secs.
  45 RAN

 
  U15 BOYS  
16th

A.HARRIS

14m 23 secs.
31st

M.BRIGHT

15m 30 secs.
  44 RAN

 

Another strong run from Cath led home a larger than usual ladies squad. Audra and Liz gave good support to bring the senior team home in sixth place and the same three runners were third in the vets. They are only top of the vets league on scoring points as they tie with Reading Road Runners on 6 match points each. They are certainly capable of winning this league if they can get their best runners out for the last two fixtures.

Nicky had a good run ahead of one of our most improved runners of the last few months, Moira continued her fine run of form and looks like rewriting some of her road times come the spring. New members Helen and Kate made very promising debuts and will definitely improve after getting use to the joys of x-country. Helen is lacking some of the speed from several years ago but put in a solid effort on a course that got muddier as the day wore on as did Belinda who is slowly but surely moving up the field with each race.

4th

C.WHEELER

16m 32sec

80th

M.WEST

20m 51sec

32nd

A.DENNISON

18m 05sec

89th

H.KERR

21m 18sec

50th

E.SANDALL-BALL

19m 00sec

93rd

K.MAXWELL

22m 30sec

71st

N.CLARK

20m 20sec

99th

H.MacMAHON

23m 32sec

  108 RAN

  102nd

B.LADE

24m 17sec

Prior to this race the seniors were lying 6th in the league but the fine performances on the day, helped by some of the teams above us having off days meant that all was about to change.

Mark Simcox finally clicked when it mattered and his storming run finally meant he led the squad home. It was a close run thing as Mike Bowering was only four seconds down at the line with Ian Ford looking slightly below par when finishing 5th Veteran. Andy Hoiles made a very welcome outing for the team to finish next with Chris finally making his x-country debut with a cautious run following his injury problem to close the A team. With Reading (5th) City of Portsmouth (7th) and Southampton R.C. (10th) having off days our fine third place on the day lifted the A team to third overall…though it is tight.

Martin put in another sterling effort to score good points and Voss put in a good run to close the Vets team in fourth place. The squad now has a hard fight to retain their title as Portsmouth now has a 3-point lead. All hands to the pump for the next two races. Keith continued his rather quiet season but still had a minute in hand over the ever-reliable Gavin. Dave Henery is smoking at the moment and scored the first part of his weekend double over Eric who ran well in his first league race of the season. Dave Bright was a little bit below his recent form unlike Steve who always seems to raise his game when there’s a handicap medal on offer. I had my best race of the season despite having to concede to Steve in the last half-mile. The course didn’t appeal to Geoff who was below par while JT ran well for third in his agegroup with fellow Vet60 John Goulding completing the squad.

30th M.SIMCOX

28m 32sec

144th D.HENERY

33m 02sec

31st M.BOWERING

28m 36sec

149th E.TILBURY

33m 14sec

39th I.FORD

28m 53sec

175th D.BRIGHT

34m 24sec

50th A.HOILES

29m 33sec

191st S.McNAIR

35m 00sec

55th C.JONES

29m 44sec

197th R.FRANCIS

35m 18sec

75th M.CRAWSHAW

30m31sec

209th G.CLOKE

36m 01sec

85th D.VOSSER

30m 52sec

232nd J.THOMAS

41m 12sec

97th K.CLARK

31m 25sec

234th J.GOULDING

43m 25sec

128th G.DUNCAN

32m 31sec

  237 Finished  

 

PUBLICITY.

In the last few weeks neighbours and workmates have started mentioning seeing the race reports appearing with more regularity in the local press (admittedly mostly asking why I wasn’t running). These reports are being co-ordinated by Geoff so, if you do plan to race and cannot send an E-mail to him can you please see him and work out a way (phone etc.) to pass results and perhaps a brief report to him as early as possible. Remember good publicity attracts new members.

FOXDOWN HANDICAP.

A bitterly cold night for the third handicap of the season saw an easy win for Dave Vosser who was making a rare outing over the course. He was followed by the three PB’s of the night with the fast improving Moira,who took 53 seconds from her best time, taking second spot ahead of young Aaron’s 36 second improvement. Dave Titcomb was 23 seconds faster than his debut run to take fourth. Jamie was fastest once again but it was that man Vosser who took the maximum points in the time league. Runner up was Keith Clark with Cath third (following her second spot the previos month). Five more runners to add to the alltime list with the most outstanding debuts coming from the junior section. Scott ran well for 12th fastest on the night while the younger Alex Bright may have found the race a bit too long but shows great promise for the future.

20th DECEMBER.

 

POS.

RUNNER

FIN.TIME

HANDICAP

ACTUAL TIME

POS. ON TIME

1

D.VOSSER

28.39

6.51

21.48

1

2

M.WEST

29.07

1.45

27.22

17

3

A.HARRIS

29.24

6.08

23.16

5

4

D.TITCOMB

29.37

3.35

26.02

15

5

D.BRIGHT

30.16

7.02

23.14

4

6

S.GRAHAM

30.26

5.01

25.25

12

7

E.TILBURY

30.27

5.53

24.34

7

8

A.DENNISON

30.38

6.14

24.24

6

9

G.CLOKE

30.39

5.34

25.05

11

10

C.WHEELER

30.40

7.42

22.58

3

J.JONES

30.40

11.47

18.53

11

J.THOMAS

30.45

3.10

27.35

19

12

S.McNAIR

30.57

5.09

25.48

14

13

E.WICKE

31.03

5.24

25.39

13

14

R.FRANCIS

31.26

6.25

25.01

10

15

D.WICKE

31.32

1.47

29.45

22

16

M.VOSSER

31.34

1.47

29.47

13

17

K.BURTON

31.49

GO

31.49

25

18

K.CLARK

31.54

9.51

22.03

2

19

E.SANDALL-BALL

32.10

4.42

27.28

18

20

G.DUNCAN

32.26

7.44

24.42

8

21

N.DALTON

32.26

7.43

24.43

9

22

C.BOYLE

33.11

GO

33.11

26

23

A.BRIGHT

33.41

3.35

30.06

24

24

N.CLARK

33.43

5.54

27.49

20

25

H.KERR

34.05

5.54

28.11

21

26

D.HENERY

34.06

6.51

27.15

16

 

CONSISTENCY TABLES FOLLOWING CHRISTCHURCH 10km.

 

 

MEN

PTS.

WOMEN

PTS

D.HENERY

132

C.WHEELER

80

E.TILBURY

110

A.DENNISON

76

J.THOMAS

101

E.SANDALL-BALL

71

G.DUNCAN

96

N.CLARK

67

M.SIMCOX

95

M.WEST

63

D.BRIGHT

92

B.LADE

58

 

FULL TABLE IS ON THE NOTICE BOARD.

CURRENT HANDICAP LEAGUE TABLES

HANDICAP LEAGUE.

 

 

NAME

OCT

NOV

DEC

JAN

FEB

MAR

TOTAL

D. BRIGHT

1

3

5

      4

M.WEST

14

2

2

      4

A.HARRIS

3

7

3

      6

D.TITCOMB

2

18

4

      6

A.DENNISON

16

1

8

      9

G.CLOKE

15

4

9

      13

A.HARTLEY

7

6

      13

J.THOMAS

4

17

11

      15

E.TILBURY

10

9

7

      16

C.WHEELER

9

8

10

      17

G.DUNCAN

5

13

20

      18

E.WICKE

5

13

      18

S.McNAIR

19

10

12

      22

D.WICKE

11

15

      26

M.SIMCOX

12

14

      26

K.BURTON

11

17

      28

N.DALTON

13

16

21

      29

D.HENERY

6

24

26

      30

R.FRANCIS

19

14

      33

E.SANDALL-BALL

17

19

      36

K.CLARK

22

18

      40

B.LADE

21

21

      42

C.BOYLE

20

20

22

      62

TIME LEAGUE.

NAME

OCT

NOV

DEC

JAN

FEB

MAR

TOTAL

M.SIMCOX

1

1

      2

C.WHEELER

5

2

3

      5

A.HARTLEY

2

3

      5

G.DUNCAN

2

4

8

      6

D. BRIGHT

6

5

4

      9

K.CLARK

7

2

      9

A.HARRIS

8

6

5

      11

N.DALTON

7

8

9

      15

A.DENNISON

10

10

6

      16

E.TILBURY

11

12

7

      18

K.MAXWELL

50

21

50

      21

G.CLOKE

12

11

11

      22

D.HENERY

9

19

16

      25

R.FRANCIS

16

10

      26

S.McNAIR

16

13

14

      27

E.WICKE

14

13

      27

D.TITCOMB

14

15

15

      29

J.THOMAS

15

17

19

      32

M.WEST

19

17

17

      34

E.SANDALL-BALL

17

18

      35

D.WICKE

18

22

      40

C.BOYLE

20

22

26

      42

B.LADE

21

23

      44

K.BURTON

20

25

      45

FULL TABLES ARE ON THE NOTICE BOARD.

 

 

 Tadley Runners Xmas Cross Country

Sunday 9th December 2001 from Liz

 On a cold bright but still day, a small group from the Club made the short trip to compete in the annual Tadley Runners Christmas XC. I was particularly looking forward to the race as this XC course was my first ever competitive race, running then for the M.O.D team. This was a very testing course of 5.3 miles, which included good fast stretches, forest trails, rough parkland,

mud pools and a jump over a four-foot ditch, designed to take out the unwary.

Cross-country specialist Martin Crawshaw continued his recent good form with a satisfying 5th place to win the coveted over 40s category. Richard was 19th and Geoff 25th, newcomer Dave Titcomb had a good run coming home 43rd. I was pleased with my run to get second lady home, In addition Martin, Richard and myself won the mixed team event. The event was well organized, finishers all received a glass memento and were treated to delicious home made soup.

Pos.

5 Martin Crawshall 34.27 1st v40

19 Richard Francis 38.52 6th v40

25 Geoff Cloke 39.48 3rd v50

35 Liz Sandall-Ball 41.11 1st v45

43 Dave Titcomb 42.40 13th v40

 

CHRISTCHURCH 10K

HENERY 20 POINTS!

Sunday 9th December 2001

Weather Sunny but cold.

A very disappointing turn out for a consistency event, only 3 legal runners and a “ghost”.

So Dave Henery, Eric Tilbury and JT, the legal runners arrived at the start. A dubious and under weight Richard Francis appeared, also known as Steve X bellies. X is lower than before, but the author is not convinced it is X- 4 bellies( perhaps X-2?).

We all travelled in the same car, so much discussion about tactics etc. ET was confident of reversing last weekends humiliating defeats by Henery. Steve X belies was only there to stop JT getting consistency points.

It was freezing, T shirts were contemplated by the girls, but eventually Steve stripped down to his Harriers vest! Not a vast field, but well over 200. We lined up near the front. The flag went down and we were away.

Little did ET know, but Henery had changed his tactics. He would not be waiting on ET’s shoulder for the last mile and a sprint to victory. This time Henery, the demented idiot went from the gun. The first 1K marker, seemed a long run, as did the second, it was at the 3rd,that the time was checked with another runner 18.30, whoops miles, not K. A quick chat as to the PB of the adjacent runner, 36 minutes, what is Henery doing this far up the field? At 5 miles the same runner proffers encouragement, that a PB is in sight, at this pace. We push on and Henery duly smashes his PB, by 46 seconds. My first PB for 2 years, at my age. Cath. you are right, with training I could be a good runner? Just need to do some training! Well let’s not get carried away.

ET trotted in with a time of 39.53, a little disappointing compared to the Victory 5. Richard X bellies McN. was happy with his time, as was JT. He had to wait around for 6 hours to check if he had won the 4th prize in the very old persons (that bothered to turn up ) event. We still do not know the outcome, other than for Sabrina, JT had given Steve a perfectly valid excuse, for being late for Sunday lunch. Pints of Porter at the Inn on the Furlong, pucker. The traditional Christmas Pudding was the prize for all finishers, eat you heart out those that did not bother. JT still has half left from 2 years ago!

Results

1st Dave Henery 38.01 53rd 20 Pts PB by 46 secs.

2nd Eric Tilbury 39.53 77th 19 Pts

3rd Steve McNaire 41.31 110th 17 Pts

4th John Tomas 45.42 205th 18 Pts

Now to the excuses, men only.

Keith Injured?(Nicky this is suspicious)

Mike B Injured (Mike you are taking my threats too far)

P Wheeler Not allowed out, no note from Cath.

Geoff Too far

Paddy Where is Christchurch?

Jamie Intimidated

Gavin Well bunged

Nick London Marathon training with his lovely wife Laura, god the expense.

Mark Mystery Virus?

Jamsie Forgot to enter.

Martin Too far from home.

Everyone else well sorted.

 

  

Committee Meeting 10/12/01Present G.Cloke, M.Dennison, P.Wheeler, C.Wheeler, R,Francis, G.Mclaughlin.

Matters Arising

  1. Consistency: Discussion over turn out to races by members. Not enough people doing the road races. Do we need to change the format. Perhaps do a summer consistency or do we include cross country. Need to discuss this and report back to the committee.
  2. London Marathon: No rejection slips have been handed in. Therefore the entries are open to anyone willing to do the race.
  3. Christmas lunch in hand.
  4. Still waiting to hear from Basingstoke about the lighting at Down Grange.
  5. Christmas 100 club extra prizes this week.
  6. New trophy ordered after receiving donation from Barker Son & Isherwood.
  7. Cross country race in January. Discussions about parking, toilets and insurance Also payment to St Johns Ambulance £117.50

Treasurer’s Report

Income £2412.00

Expenditure £259.00

Current £451.00

Reserve £4169.31

A.O.B

1)Need new gas cylinder for starter hooter, Paul to buy.

2)Need new stop watch for John.

3)Cyclists race starting at 10.30 am

4)Coombe Gibbet need permit for insurance. Also info to hand out about the Overton”5″

5)Overton “5” have not heard back from the police yet.6)Groundsman getting card and gift for Christmas £25. Also decided to give the same to the cleaner.

6) Boxing day run, perhaps to be run over the handicap course, need to discuss this with the members.7

7)Handicap John not happy with members changing their starting times.

8)New member, Karen Burton

9)e-mail from Kevin Laing re: Road race in Basingstoke asked for help from Overton. Have decided to say no.

Meeting closed at 9.40p.m.

Date of next meeting 14/1/02

Cyclists Race Sunday 23rd December from Geoff

On a very cold, bright and windless day, 21 Harriers and 12 members of Cycle Club Basingstoke (without their bikes) assembled at the Recreation Centre to take part in the annual 3½ miles race on the Harroway course. The race is a team event, has been held for the past 25 plus years, and is competitive despite the festive timing. Not surprisingly the Harrier’s have been declared the winners on almost every occasion. But last year the Cyclists put out a strong team against an injury depleted Overton side, and were awarded the trophy, for the first time.

Not so this year, we were determined to avenge last year’s humiliation and claimed the first two places through Jamie Jones and Ian Ford. Cyclists Paul Miles and Tim Richardson were next in, with Dave Vosser and Keith Clark close behind for the Harriers. Prolific Veteran Cycle Racer Bernie Charlick and club mate Martin Harris were next to finish, followed by Cath Wheeler and Mike Bliss, who was taking it easy following a long absence through injury. Ben Wheeler and Mark Godley were the next Cyclists to finish, separated by Dave Henery, and from there we captured the next six places through, Gavin Duncan, Aaron Harris, Andy Hartley, David Bright, Eric Tilbury and Geoff Cloke to put the result beyond doubt.

Not to be totally out gunned, the Cyclists took six of the next seven places through Andy Bethel, Damien McKeaveney, Simon Lunsky, Michael McKeaveney and Richard Lewis with the Steve McNair evenly splitting the group. Adam Roud, Martine Reynolds, and Matt Galley completed the Cyclists team, and Alastair Paul, Audra Dennison, Liz Sandal-Ball, John Thomas, Madeleine Vosser and Karen Burton did likewise for the Harriers.

After the presentations both teams went their separate ways to indulge in a spot of festive cheer at local establishments, vowing to return next year.

Cyclists Race Sunday 23rd December – Results

 

 

POSITION

NAME

TEAM

TIME

MINS

SECS

1

J. JONES

HARRIERS

18

22

2

I. FORD

HARRIERS

19

54

3

P. MILES

CYCLISTS

20

08

4

T. RICHARDSON

CYCLISTS

20

24

5

D. VOSSER

HARRIERS

20

33

6

K. CLARK

HARRIERS

20

37

7

B. CHARLICK

CYCLISTS

20

43

8

M. HARRIS

CYCLISTS

21

04

9

C. WHEELER

HARRIERS

21

06

10

M. BLISS

HARRIERS

21

18

11

B. WHEELER

CYCLISTS

21

21

12

D. HENERY

HARRIERS

21

30

13

M.GODLEY

CYCLISTS

21

35

14

G. DUNCAN

HARRIERS

21

40

15

A. HARRIS

HARRIERS

21

49

16

A. HARTLEY

HARRIERS

22

04

17

D. BRIGHT

HARRIERS

22

25

18

E. TILBURY

HARRIERS

23

05

19

G. CLOKE

HARRIERS

23

19

20

A. BETHELL

CYCLISTS

23

23

21

D. McKEAVENEY

CYCLISTS

23

25

22

S. LUNSKEY

CYCLISTS

23

30

23

S. McNAIR

HARRIERS

23

45

24

M. McKEAVENEY

CYCLISTS

24

14

25

J. CARTER

CYCLISTS

24

22

26

R. LEWIS

CYCLISTS

25

12

27

A. PAUL

HARRIERS

25

32

28

A. ROUD

CYCLISTS

25

49

29

A. DENNISON

HARRIERS

25

54

30

E. SANDALL-BALL

HARRIERS

26

07

31

M. REYNOLDS

CYCLISTS

26

14

32

M. GALLEY

CYCLISTS

26

41

33

JT

HARRIERS

27

18

34

M. VOSSER

HARRIERS

29

07

35

K. BURTON

HARRIERS

29

47

Thanks to John Hoare for organising such a great event

Bionic of the Month

Is there anyone within shouting range who hasn’t heard of the great strides that our winner this month has recently made in his long and undulating running career, in pursuit of that much coveted Consistency League Title. PBs during December at the Christchurch 10K, and the Victory 5, and most likely in the Cyclists Race to place him way out in front. Congratulations to

Dave Henery who is proving that age is no barrier to improved performance.

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