Race Results 2001-02

The races for the 2001-2002 Grand Prix season are listed below. The event is scored by counting the best 8 from 11, from all categories. The reduction in events was due to the unfortunate cancellation of the Northumberland Coastal Run (formerly the "Phoenix"), which was a casualty of FMD.

1

Keswick 1/2m

06/05/01

 

7

Blyth Links 10k

28/08/01

2

Club Handicap 8m

03/06/01

 

8

Tynedale 10m

30/09/01

3

Blaydon Race

09/06/01

 

9

Brampton 10m

17/11/01

4

Tynedale 10k

04/07/01

 

10

Best 4 Winter Series

Dec-Feb

5

*Coastal Run

15/07/01

 

11

Brass Monkey 1/2m

27/01/02

6

Morpeth 10k

07/08/01

 

12

Redcar 1/2m

17/03/02

Race 1 - Keswick Half Marathon 6th May 2001

It doesn't seem 5 minutes since I wrote about last year's Keswick race, and how hot it was. This year the race was run in very similar conditions, and this was reflected in the slower times of most BRC runners. Looking at the times I can see one or two people who must have suffered more than most on this undulating course. I hear there was some local opposition to the race in evidence in the form of posters around the course, but this didn't prevent the number of finishers remaining almost the same as last year (488).  First home for BRC was Andy Brown, and Anne Potts was first BRC lady; I think Ian Richardson was second MV50, he'll be pleased they got his age right....

Pos.

Pos.

Name

Time

Pace

Div.

Points

 

Pos.

Pos.

Name

Time

Pace

Div.

Points

1

14

Andy Brown

1:19:02

6:02

1

13

 

17

145

Kevin Westwood

1:38:31

7:31

3

12

2

42

Ian Richardson

1:26:02

6:34

1

12

 

18

153

Steve Nendick

1:39:07

7:34

3

11

3

50

Dale Smith

1:27:10

6:39

1

11

 

19

164

Terry Hart

1:39:53

7:37

3

10

4

51

Gareth Hope

1:27:12

6:39

2

13

 

20

173

Dave Cox

1:40:43

7:41

2

6

5

72

John Mallon

1:29:25

6:50

2

12

 

21

184

Cath Young

1:41:21

7:44

-

-

6

77

Steve Gillespie

1:29:41

6:51

1

10

 

22

190

Rob Marshall

1:41:35

7:45

3

9

7

85

Steve Walker

1:31:20

6:58

2

11

 

23

214

Ron Ingram

1:43:01

7:52

3

8

8

89

Bill Smith

1:32:06

7:02

2

10

 

24

230

Mark Martin

1:44:14

7:57

4

9

9

91

Aynsley Herron

1:32:50

7:05

2

9

 

25

255

Sharon Percy

1:46:30

8:08

5

8

10

97

Brian Hedley

1:33:15

7:07

2

8

 

26

256

Kath Glynn

1:46:31

8:08

-

-

11

105

Robbie Barkley

1:34:15

7:12

1

9

 

27

259

Dave Kitching

1:46:47

8:09

3

7

12

120

Ralph Dickinson

1:36:05

7:20

3

15

 

28

346

Joe Potts

1:56:38

8:54

4

8

13

130

John Bryan

1:37:13

7:25

3

14

 

29

359

Rob Bradley

1:57:38

8:59

4

7

14

136

David Roe

1:37:41

7:27

3

13

 

30

360

Ray Sanderson

1:57:39

8:59

-

-

15

137

John Miller

1:37:42

7:27

2

7

 

31

377

Pauline Cunningham

2:00:08

9:10

5

7

16

144

Anne Potts

1:38:26

7:31

4

10

 

32

378

Angie Bosworth

2:00:30

9:12

5

6

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Race 2 - Club Handicap 3rd June 2001

Organised by Andy Brown and Dave Kitching, this year's race was contested along a slightly different route. Due to part of the new cycle and walkway being closed due to FMD, all of the path could not be incorporated, however the southern half was open, and this was included for the first time. First home, and quite a surprise package, was Adam Robinson's 12 year old son Ryan, making his debut at any organised event, so I think we'll see a lot more of him in the coming years. Since he is a Junior, and not eligible for the senior prize, the trophy was awarded to the fast improving Sharon Percy, who just seems to get faster and faster. Fastest net time was recorded by Andy Brown, and fastest lady was Helen Morris. Turnout was up from 43 last year, to 47.

Pos.

Pos.

Name

Time

Pace

Div.

Points

 

Pos.

Pos.

Name

Time

Pace

Div.

Points

1

19

Andy Brown

45:38

5:42

1

13

 

25

29

Rob Marshall

56:39

7:05

3

9

2

18

Dale Stafford

46:17

5:47

1

12

 

26

15

Helen Morris

56:45

7:06

4

10

3

35

Elliott Makin

47:30

5:56

1

11

 

27

33

Jacqui Brown

57:05

7:08

3

8

4

26

Ian Richardson

49:09

6:09

1

10

 

28

9

Ron Ingram

57:16

7:09

3

7

5

27

Adam Robinson

49:14

6:09

1

9

 

29

39

Dave Cox

57:20

7:10

2

6

6

24

Rob Hall

49:37

6:12

1

8

 

30

30

Ann Potts

57:21

7:10

4

9

7

20

Simon Robinson

49:51

6:14

1

7

 

31

17

Dave Kitching

57:36

7:12

3

6

8

13

Gareth Hope

50:40

6:20

2

13

 

32

8

Wayne Rice

58:53

7:22

3

5

9

11

Steve Walker

51:22

6:25

2

12

 

33

38

Cath Young

59:17

7:25

-

-

10

46

Rob Barkley

51:27

6:26

1

6

 

34

14

Mark Martin

59:22

7:25

4

8

11

10

Eddie Stott

51:40

6:28

2

11

 

35

2

Sharon Percy

59:27

7:26

5

8

12

36

Steve Gillespie

51:40

6:28

1

5

 

36

45

Eddie Woods

59:27

7:26

4

7

13

43

Kevin Freeman

52:27

6:33

1

4

 

37

1

Ryan Robinson

59:58

7:30

-

-

14

40

Dave Stewart

52:49

6:36

2

10

 

38

41

David Hendry

1:00:13

7:32

4

6

15

28

John Mallon

53:17

6:40

2

9

 

39

31

Ian Cansfield

1:00:45

7:36

-

-

16

3

John Miller

54:11

6:46

2

8

 

40

5

Clinton Young

1:01:06

7:38

5

7

17

25

Kevin Westwood

54:28

6:48

3

15

 

41

32

Richard Cole

1:03:28

7:56

4

5

18

44

Joe Frazer

54:30

6:49

1

3

 

42

42

Steve Bangs

1:03:46

7:58

-

-

19

34

Aynsley Herron

54:34

6:49

2

7

 

43

16

Michael Brown

1:06:10

8:16

5

6

20

12

Ralph Dickinson

54:36

6:49

3

14

 

44

37

Denis Moss

1:07:44

8:28

-

-

21

7

John Bryan

54:37

6:50

3

13

 

45

6

Jocelyn Smith

1:08:34

8:34

5

5

22

4

Steve Nendick

55:36

6:57

3

12

 

46

22

Angie Bosworth

1:08:44

8:35

5

4

23

23

Terry Hart

56:05

7:01

3

11

 

47

47

Christine Willshire

dnf

-

-

-

24

21

David Roe

56:34

7:04

3

10

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Race 3 - Blaydon Race 9th June 2001

Run in "monsoon" conditions, everybody was completely soaked before they had even crossed the start line. Fortunately there was hardly any wind, so it didn't feel cold, at least until the finish when everyone was queing for their "goodies". Once again it was Andy Brown who lead our runners in, with Helen Morris our first lady. With the size of the field, (3,100) it was always going to be difficult getting on the prizelist, but well done to Denis Moss (2nd V70), and Sheila Greener (1st LV50) for doing just that.

Pos.

Pos.

Name

Time

Pace

Div.

Points

 

Pos.

Pos.

Name

Time

Pace

Div.

Points

1

40

Andy Brown

30:37

5:22

1

13

 

36

643

David Kitching

39:52

7:00

3

6

2

51

Dale Stafford

31:06

5:27

1

12

 

37

653

Sharon Percy

40:02

7:01

5

8

3

61

Elliott Makin

31:36

5:33

1

11

 

38

659

Eddie Woods

40:08

7:02

4

8

4

92

Robert Barkley

32:33

5:43

1

10

 

39

680

David Hendry

40:20

7:05

4

7

5

125

Rob Hall

33:32

5:53

1

9

 

40

684

Ian Cansfield

40:22

7:05

-

-

6

130

Adam Robinson

33:37

5:54

1

8

 

41

697

Anne Potts

40:28

7:06

4

6

7

132

Ian Richardson

33:38

5:54

1

7

 

42

779

Brian Smith

41:11

7:14

-

-

8

144

Gareth Hope

34:02

5:58

2

13

 

43

836

David Linton

41:34

7:18

-

-

9

155

Simon Robinson

34:17

6:01

1

6

 

44

840

Kathryn Glynn

41:36

7:18

-

-

10

196

Edward Stott

35:00

6:08

2

12

 

45

854

Robert Bradley

41:46

7:20

4

5

11

207

Steven Walker

35:12

6:11

2

11

 

46

918

Ken Illingworth

42:12

7:24

-

-

12

226

Brian Hedley

35:22

6:12

2

10

 

47

929

Clinton Young

42:16

7:25

5

7

13

-

Michael Stott

35:24

6:13

2

9

 

48

945

Suzanne Humphrey

42:22

7:26

-

-

14

242

Steven Gillespie

35:28

6:13

1

5

 

49

988

John Bangs

42:46

7:30

-

-

15

282

Dave Stewart *

36:01

6:19

2

8

 

50

1049

Joe Potts

43:14

7:35

4

4

16

298

John Mallon

36:17

6:22

2

7

 

51

1128

Ray Sanderson

43:54

7:42

-

-

17

302

Bill Smith

36:20

6:22

2

6

 

52

1140

Richard Cole

43:59

7:43

4

3

18

315

Joe Frazer

36:31

6:24

1

4

 

53

1190

Kenneth Turnbull

44:18

7:46

4

2

19

320

Ralph Dickinson

36:34

6:25

3

15

 

54

1200

Angie Bosworth

44:26

7:48

5

6

20

322

Kevin Westwood

36:35

6:25

3

14

 

55

1215

Denis Moss

44:32

7:49

-

-

21

353

Aynsley Herron

36:53

6:28

2

5

 

56

1231

Martin Gaughan

44:43

7:51

-

-

22

396

John Miller

37:23

6:34

2

4

 

57

1233

Martin Barnfather

44:43

7:51

-

-

23

408

John Bryan

37:30

6:35

3

13

 

58

1286

Martin Chisholm

45:07

7:55

-

-

24

427

Stephen Nendick

37:43

6:37

3

12

 

59

1341

Pauline Cunningham

45:29

7:59

5

5

25

452

Terry Hart

37:59

6:40

3

11

 

60

1612

Jocelyn Smith

47:31

8:20

5

4

26

455

Stephen Minto

38:01

6:40

-

-

 

61

1656

Kathleen Hope

47:47

8:23

-

-

27

459

Helen Morris

38:05

6:41

4

10

 

62

1827

Tricia Goodwin

48:58

8:35

-

-

28

465

David Cox

38:08

6:41

2

3

 

63

1892

Christine Willshire

49:28

8:41

-

-

29

519

David Roe

38:39

6:47

3

10

 

64

2268

Eileen Cox

52:50

9:16

-

-

30

564

Robert Marshall

39:12

6:53

3

9

 

65

2692

Mary Frazer

57:45

10:08

-

-

31

568

Ron Ingram

39:15

6:53

3

8

 

66

2701

Robert Soulsby

57:53

10:09

-

-

32

572

Sheila Greener

39:18

6:54

-

-

 

67

2873

Margaret Dickinson

1:01:12

10:44

-

-

33

579

Catherine Young

39:23

6:55

-

-

 

68

2874

Susan Walker

1:01:12

10:44

-

-

34

616

Wayne Rice

39:40

6:58

3

7

 

69

3060

Laura Mallon

1:09:30

12:12

5

3

35

631

Mark Martin

39:45

6:58

4

9

 

 

n/k

Frank Aniolkowski

39-ish

 

 

 

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Race 4 - Tynedale 10k 4th July 2001

Very warm for this one, sunny until well after the race had finished, and hardly a breath of wind. Most people's times were affected by a minute or two from what they might have hoped for. I think everybody would agree though, we get all too little good weather and it's nice to feel the sun on your back sometimes - and the conditions apply to everybody else as well!  The organisers must have been very pleased with the turnout, up from 473 last year to 588 this, not many races can boast that sort of increase. Anyway onto the race itself, and Andy Brown continued his winning streak in the first division, coming in 10th overall, and 9th senior. The fifty strong BRC contingent also included Ian Richardson (2nd V50), Rob Hall (3rd V50), Michael Stott (2nd JM), Helen Morris (3rd L35), Cath Young (2nd L40), Trish Goodwin (3rd L50) and Bob Soulsby (2nd V70). Our Ladies also took the vets team prize from Heaton, with Helen, Cath and Suzanne Humphrey the counters. In the Grand Prix, both Gareth Hope (div. 2) and Sharon Percy (div. 5) continued their good form, keeping their 100% league records in the process, while Ralph Dickinson leads the way in division four, having dropped only one point so far. Mark Martin leads the 4th division, where there have been three different winners in the four events.

Pos.

Pos.

Name

Time

Pace

Div.

Points

 

Pos.

Pos.

Name

Time

Pace

Div.

Points

1

10

Andy Brown

33:45

5:27

1

13

 

26

200

Bob Marshall

43:09

6:58

3

10

2

16

Dale Stafford

34:58

5:38

1

12

 

27

202

Brian Smith

43:15

6:59

-

-

3

24

Elliott Makin

35:39

5:45

1

11

 

28

224

Eddie Woods

43:54

7:05

4

9

4

37

Ian Richardson

36:52

5:57

1

10

 

29

225

Helen Morris

43:56

7:05

4

8

5

43

Rob Hall

37:36

6:04

1

9

 

30

229

Mark Martin

44:08

7:07

4

7

6

49

Gareth Hope

37:55

6:07

2

13

 

31

236

Cath Young

44:18

7:09

-

-

7

52

Adam Robinson

38:08

6:09

1

8

 

32

238

Sharon Percy

44:20

7:09

5

8

8

88

Steve Gillespie

39:15

6:20

1

7

 

33

246

Ron Ingram

44:39

7:12

3

9

9

90

Eddie Stott

39:21

6:21

2

12

 

34

247

Wayne Rice

44:41

7:12

3

8

10

94

Steve Walker

39:25

6:21

2

11

 

35

272

Malcolm Darbyshire

45:27

7:20

-

-

11

109

Michael Stott

40:00

6:27

2

10

 

36

275

Keith Robson

45:30

7:20

3

7

12

112

Dave Stewart

40:02

6:27

2

9

 

37

282

Ken Illingworth

45:47

7:23

-

-

13

129

Michael Rainbow

40:46

6:35

-

-

 

38

289

Dave Kitching

45:59

7:25

3

6

14

130

Brian Hedley

40:48

6:35

2

8

 

39

335

Suzanne Humphrey

47:48

7:43

-

-

15

132

Ralph Dickinson

40:49

6:35

3

15

 

40

336

Steve Bangs

47:51

7:43

-

-

16

134

Kevin Freeman

40:50

6:35

1

6

 

41

356

Dickie Cole

48:49

7:52

4

6

17

140

Aynsley Herron

41:00

6:37

2

7

 

42

366

Rob Bradley

49:10

7:56

4

5

18

147

John Mallon

41:13

6:39

2

6

 

43

397

Angie Bosworth

50:33

8:09

5

7

19

153

Kevin Westwood

41:26

6:41

3

14

 

44

427

Michael Brown

51:54

8:22

5

6

20

159

Bill Smith

41:46

6:44

2

5

 

45

436

Brian Dudding

52:10

8:25

-

-

21

175

Terry Hart

42:16

6:49

3

13

 

46

437

Denis Moss

52:22

8:27

-

-

22

182

John Bryan

42:40

6:53

3

12

 

47

440

Pauline Cunningham

52:38

8:29

5

5

23

190

Clive Richardson

42:52

6:55

-

-

 

48

454

Jocelyn Smith

53:41

8:40

5

4

24

192

Steve Nendick

42:58

6:56

3

11

 

49

466

Trish Goodwin

54:57

8:52

-

-

25

198

Dave Hendry

43:07

6:57

4

10

 

50

579

Bob Soulsby

1:07:00

10:48

-

-

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Race 5 - Northumberland Coastal Run July 2001

Unfortunately this event was cancelled at quite an early stage due to foot and mouth disease.

Race 6 - Morpeth 10k 7th August 2001

Thirty four BRC runners were amongst the 200 plus runners who got absolutely soaked taking part in this year's Morpeth 10k road race, held on the 7th of August. The rain came down in sheets for the duration of the event, which consists of two laps around Tranwell Woods, near to the Pharmacia factory (formerly Searle). First home for BRC in 29th position was Gareth Hope, continuing his excellent recent form, and maintaining his 100% record in the five Grand Prix events to date. He was followed 10 seconds later by Robbie Barklay, and 7 seconds later, by Michael Stott in 40th place.

The sole Blyth prizewinner on the night was Helen Morris, who took the 3rd Lady v35 prize, she was also first Blyth lady home, 20 seconds in front of Cath Young.

Gareth is now the only competitor in this year's Grand Prix to have a 100% record, after Andy Brown and Sharon Percy missed this event.

Congratulations to the newly married Andy and Angie Brown, niether of whom made an appearance at the race. They must have been busy elsewhere...

Pos.

Pos.

Name

Time

Pace

Div.

Points

 

Pos.

Pos.

Name

Time

Pace

Div.

Points

1

29

Gareth Hope

37:41

6:05

2

13

 

18

106

Malcolm Darbyshire

43:18

6:59

-

-

2

31

Robert Barkley

37:52

6:06

1

13

 

19

109

Cath Young

43:27

7:00

-

-

3

32

Michael Stott

37:59

6:08

2

12

 

20

111

Dave Kitching

43:41

7:03

3

9

4

40

Eddie Stott

39:03

6:18

2

11

 

21

112

Ian Cansfield

43:42

7:03

-

-

5

55

Steve Walker

40:10

6:29

2

10

 

22

114

Ron Ingram

43:45

7:03

3

8

6

58

Steve Gillespie

40:21

6:30

1

12

 

23

123

Eddie Woods

44:15

7:08

4

8

7

61

Dave Stewart

40:34

6:33

2

9

 

24

125

Mark Martin

44:24

7:10

4

7

8

62

Brian Hedley

40:36

6:33

2

8

 

25

130

Anne Potts

44:39

7:12

4

6

9

63

Kevin Westwood

40:37

6:33

3

15

 

26

136

Wayne Rice

45:08

7:17

3

7

10

64

Aynsley Herron

40:39

6:33

2

7

 

27

137

Joe Potts

45:17

7:18

4

5

11

66

Ralph Dickinson

40:51

6:35

3

14

 

28

153

Clinton Young

46:40

7:32

5

8

12

67

John Bryan

41:02

6:37

3

13

 

29

173

Michael Brown

49:40

8:01

5

7

13

85

Terry Hart

42:00

6:46

3

12

 

30

175

Dickie Cole

49:53

8:03

4

4

14

94

Steve Nendick

42:31

6:51

3

11

 

31

179

Pauline Cunningham

50:39

8:10

5

6

15

95

Dave Hendry

42:37

6:52

4

10

 

32

187

Nina Reveley

51:50

8:22

-

-

16

101

Helen Morris

43:06

6:57

4

9

 

33

193

Jocelyn Smith

53:10

8:35

5

5

17

104

Rob Marshall

43:14

6:58

3

10

 

34

194

Brian Smith

53:11

8:35

-

-

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Race 7: Blyth Links 10k 28th August 2001.

Over 140 runners took part in this year's run with Blyth and North Shields providing over 40 runners each. Club Official Dave Kitching had marked out an accurate 10K course which used the new path through the sand dunes, up to Collywell Bay, along the cliff top path, past the Delaval Arms pub and then back down Collywell Bay Road onto the dunes path. The first three runners home were all from North Shields Poly, with Ian Tweddle winning from Tony Wallet by nine seconds with Terry Mellor in third place. The first Blyth runner home was Dale Stafford in eighth position, while Michael Stott was second Blyth home in fourteenth place, with Gareth Hope just one place behind him. In a successful night for the Stott family, Michael's father Eddie was the first Blyth vet home. Lesley Miller was the first lady home and she also runs for North Shields Poly. Lesley beat Blyth's Helen Morris into second position by six seconds, Jane Saul of Claremont was the third lady home.

Pos.

Pos.

Name

Time

Pace

Div.

Points

 

Pos.

Pos.

Name

Time

Pace

Div.

Points

1

6

Elliott Makin

35:05

5:40

1

13

 

23

68

Ron Ingram

42:57

6:56

3

11

2

8

Dale Stafford

35:13

5:41

1

12

 

24

74

Helen Morris

43:24

7:00

4

10

3

14

Michael Stott

37:05

5:59

2

13

 

25

78

Ian Cansfield

43:34

7:02

-

-

4

15

Gareth Hope

37:18

6:01

2

12

 

26

83

Dave Kitching

43:56

7:05

3

10

5

22

Eddie Stott

38:25

6:12

2

11

 

27

86

Tom Waiton

44:05

7:07

3

9

6

23

Kevin Freeman

38:28

6:12

1

11

 

28

90

Mark Martin

44:31

7:11

4

9

7

29

Ian Richardson

38:49

6:16

1

10

 

29

95

Keith Robson

44:55

7:15

3

8

8

32

Geoff McLane

38:58

6:17

-

-

 

30

96

Joe Potts

44:56

7:15

4

8

9

38

Simon Robinson

39:27

6:22

1

9

 

31

100

Keith Willshire

45:36

7:21

4

7

10

39

Mick Rainbow

39:33

6:23

-

-

 

32

101

Wayne Rice

45:39

7:22

3

7

11

42

Steve Walker

39:59

6:27

2

10

 

33

105

Sharon Percy

46:28

7:30

5

8

12

45

John Mallon

40:13

6:29

2

9

 

34

108

Suzanne Humphrey

46:45

7:32

-

-

13

48

Brian Hedley

40:27

6:31

2

8

 

35

110

Michael Brown

47:24

7:39

5

7

14

49

Ralph Dickinson

40:28

6:32

3

15

 

36

113

Dickie Cole

47:56

7:44

4

6

15

52

Kevin Westwood

40:50

6:35

3

14

 

37

115

Tony Garrity

48:15

7:47

-

-

16

53

Aynsley Herron

41:04

6:37

2

7

 

38

125

Nina Revely

49:01

7:54

-

-

17

54

Terry Hart

41:20

6:40

3

13

 

39

133

Pauline Cunningham

50:47

8:11

5

6

18

55

Phil Dickinson

41:24

6:41

-

-

 

40

137

Jocelyn Smith

52:32

8:28

5

5

19

57

Malcolm Darbyshire

41:37

6:43

-

-

 

41

139

Tricia Goodwin

54:21

8:46

-

-

20

61

George Young

42:10

6:48

-

-

 

42

141

Robert Barnes

56:18

9:05

-

-

21

63

Rob Marshall

42:15

6:49

3

12

 

43

142

Christine Willshire

56:23

9:06

-

-

22

65

Brian Smith

42:40

6:53

-

-

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Race 8: Tynedale 10 miles September 30th

There were just under 180 runners who ran this years Tynedale 10 Mile Road Race, with over 30 from BRC. On a tough hilly course from Hexham to Ovingham and running into a strong head-wind for most of the way it was to be expected that the times would be down compared to other 10 mile road races. None the less there were the usual excellent performances from Blyth runners. The race was won by Stewy Bell of Chester-le-street in a time of 53:20. The first runner back for Blyth was Andy Brown who finished in seventh place, this following his excellent position of 87th in this years Great North Run. Next back for Blyth was Dale Stafford who finished in just over the hour in 16th position, while Gareth Hope continued his good form to finish in 23rd position. These top 25 positions meant that those three won the second team prize for the Senior Men, behind the North Shields 'A' team. The NSP 'B' team included Elliott Makin in 14th place and Ian Richardson in 20th (BRC is their second claim club).

Despite struggling up the steep hill at nine miles, Cath Young was the first Blyth Lady home, recording a time of just over 72 minutes. Cath finished as seventh lady overall and third in her age group. The next Blyth lady was Sharon Percy, followed by Angie Brown, who with Nina Reveley combined to take the second team prize for Senior Ladies. Another popular winner was Club Treasurer Dave Kitching who was second vet in his age group. In Division 3, we had the unusual occurence of a tie  between Ralph Dickinson and John Bryan, who had agreed to finish together after fighting tooth and nail for 9.5 miles.

Club Pos.

Race Pos.

Name

Time

Pace

Div.

Points

 

Club Pos.

Race Pos.

Name

Time

Pace

Div.

Points

1

7

Andy Brown

58:33

5:51

1

13

 

17

75

Cath Young

1:12:58

7:18

-

-

2

14

Elliott Makin

1:00:48

6:05

1

12

 

18

81

Dave Kitching

1:13:47

7:23

3

10

3

16

Dale Stafford

1:01:08

6:07

1

11

 

19

83

John Mallon

1:14:26

7:27

2

10

4

20

Ian Richardson

1:02:04

6:12

1

10

 

20

86

B. Richardson

1:15:16

7:32

-

-

5

22

Gareth Hope

1:03:22

6:20

2

13

 

21

91

Keith Willshire

1:15:44

7:34

4

9

6

30

Adam Robinson

1:04:37

6:28

1

9

 

22

96

Kevin Westwood

1:16:49

7:41

3

9

7

36

Steve Walker

1:06:25

6:39

2

12

 

23

111

Ian Cansfield

1:17:56

7:48

-

-

8

39

Steve Gillespie

1:07:02

6:42

1

8

 

24

115

Sharon Percy

1:18:56

7:54

5

7

9

47

Eddie Stott

1:08:29

6:51

2

11

 

25

118

Tony Garrity

1:19:30

7:57

-

-

10

49

John Bryan

1:08:42

6:52

3

15

 

26

123

Paul Richardson

1:20:24

8:02

-

-

11

50

Ralph Dickinson

1:08:42

6:52

3

15

 

27

130

Michael Brown

1:21:20

8:08

5

6

12

62

Dave Hendry

1:10:55

7:05

4

10

 

28

137

Angie Brown

1:22:53

8:17

5

5

13

63

Terry Hart

1:11:03

7:06

3

13

 

29

145

Pauline Cunningham

1:24:37

8:28

5

4

14

66

Clinton Young

1:11:19

7:08

5

8

 

30

147

Nina Reveley

1:25:44

8:34

-

-

15

67

Steve Nendick

1:11:20

7:08

3

12

 

31

156

Jocylyn Smith

1:29:11

8:55

5

3

16

70

Ron Ingram

1:11:28

7:09

3

11

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Race 9: Brampton to Carlisle 10 Miles 17th of November

Club Pos.

Race Pos.

Name

Time

Pace

Div.

Points

 

Club Pos.

Race Pos.

Name

Time

Pace

Div.

Points

1

16

Andrew Brown

54:52

5:29

1

13

 

22

206

Mal Darbyshire

1:08:23

6:50

-

-

2

25

Elliott Makin

56:09

5:37

1

12

 

23

209

Ron Ingram

1:08:33

6:51

3

11

3

38

Dale Stafford

57:25

5:45

1

11

 

24

225

Bob Marshall

1:09:36

6:58

3

10

4

60

Gareth Hope

59:43

5:58

2

13

 

25

21

Catherine Young

1:09:52

6:59

-

-

5

65

Adam Robinson

1:00:04

6:00

1

10

 

26

23

Anne Potts

1:10:01

7:00

4

9

6

71

Ian Richardson

1:00:25

6:02

1

9

 

27

236

Terry Hart

1:10:13

7:01

3

9

7

83

Colin Priest

1:01:37

6:10

-

-

 

28

240

Keith Willshire

1:10:36

7:04

4

8

8

107

Steve Walker

1:03:09

6:19

2

12

 

29

244

Mark Martin

1:10:40

7:04

4

7

9

111

Eddie Stott

1:03:24

6:20

2

11

 

30

272

John Mallon

1:12:41

7:16

2

6

10

121

Michael Stott

1:03:51

6:23

2

10

 

31

283

Keith Robson

1:13:45

7:23

3

8

11

122

Brian Hedley

1:03:53

6:23

2

9

 

32

284

Ken Illingworth

1:13:47

7:23

-

-

12

142

Mick Rainbow

1:04:52

6:29

-

-

 

33

298

Steve Bangs

1:15:10

7:31

-

-

13

150

Steve Gillespie

1:05:37

6:34

1

8

 

34

55

Sharon Percy

1:16:52

7:41

5

7

14

167

Aynsley Herron

1:06:25

6:39

2

8

 

35

317

Wayne Rice

1:17:06

7:43

3

7

15

171

Dave Hendry

1:06:45

6:41

4

10

 

36

325

Gary Blanks

1:17:47

7:47

-

-

16

174

Kevin Westwood

1:06:50

6:41

3

15

 

37

330

Michael Brown

1:18:16

7:50

5

6

17

175

John Bryan

1:06:51

6:41

3

14

 

38

62

Angie Brown

1:18:49

7:53

5

5

18

189

Steve Nendick

1:07:45

6:46

3

13

 

39

332

Dave Kitching

1:18:52

7:53

3

6

19

194

Ralph Dickinson

1:07:55

6:48

3

12

 

40

68

Pauline Cunningham

1:20:21

8:02

5

4

20

196

Clinton Young

1:07:56