RACE RESULTS 1999-2000

The 1999-2000 Grand Prix season is now complete; 53 people entered, and competed in 12 races throughout 1999 and the first part of this year.  Results and short write-ups appear below from throughout the season as the races took place.

1999:    Blaydon Race   Newburn River Run    Coastal Run   Morpeth 10k

Links 10k   Derwentside 10m   Tynedale 10m   Club Handicap   Eyemouth Half Marathon

Brampton to Carlisle 10m   Blyth Sands Race (not in GP) 

2000:    Morpeth to Newcastle 14m   Redcar Half Marathon

Blaydon Race - 9th June 1999

The Blaydon Race was the first event in the Grand Prix, on the 9th of June as ever. This year's event attracted a record number of entrants, and the good weather conditions helped to see both the men's and women's course records broken. First lad home for Blyth from the 75 who took part, was Andy Brown in 20th place, and Jacqui Lumsden led our lasses home in a time of 38:57. Dave Kitching was fourth V55, and Denis Moss won the V70 category. In the "Me and wor lass" category George and Cath Young placed fifth. Gareth Hope just missed getting his name in the paper by finishing fifth U19 out of 50. Well done to you all.

Club Pos.

Race Pos.

Name

Time

Pace

Div.

Points

 

Club Pos.

Race Pos.

Name

Time

Pace

Div.

Points

1

20

Andy Brown

29:52

5:14

1

12

 

39

627

Robin Fentum

40:25

7:05

-

-

2

73

Rob Hall

32:33

5:43

1

11

 

40

636

Anne Best

40:30

7:06

4

12

3

89

Ian Richardson

32:58

5:47

1

10

 

41

645

Martin Barnfather

40:37

7:08

-

-

4

98

Steve Gair

33:08

5:49

1

9

 

42

687

Michael Cole

41:03

7:12

-

-

5

124

Robert Barkley

33:46

5:55

1

8

 

43

704

Kath Glynn

41:09

7:13

3

2

6

135

Neal Hedley

34:06

5:59

1

7

 

44

799

Peter Clark

41:56

7:21

-

-

7

143

Dave Morris

34:19

6:01

1

6

 

45

780

Martin Chisolm

41:56

7:21

4

11

8

150

Richard Dodds

34:28

6:03

1

5

 

46

785

Dickie Cole

41:59

7:22

4

10

9

152

George Young

34:29

6:03

2

14

 

47

806

Helen Morris

42:14

7:25

4

9

10

159

Steve Gillespie

34:34

6:04

2

13

 

48

857

Ken Illingworth

42:36

7:28

-

-

11

177

Joe Frazer

34:47

6:06

1

4

 

49

859

Denis Moss

42:37

7:29

-

-

12

192

Kevin Freeman

34:59

6:08

-

-

 

50

1025

Rob Marshall

44:01

7:43

-

-

13

210

Eddie Stott

35:20

6:12

2

12

 

51

1140

Robert Bradley

45:14

7:56

4

8

14

216

Kenn Reay

35:27

6:13

2

11

 

52

1194

Pauline Cunningham

45:38

8:00

-

-

15

232

Steve Walker

35:38

6:15

2

10

 

53

1200

Tricia Goodwin

45:41

8:01

-

-

16

278

John Miller

36:32

6:25

3

12

 

54

1258

Eddie Woods

46:08

8:06

4

7

17

307

Paul Marshall

36:54

6:28

2

9

 

55

1339

Jeff Brown

46:50

8:13

4

6

18

310

Allan Kenny

36:55

6:29

-

-

 

56

1516

Brian Southern

48:16

8:28

-

-

19

324

Aynsley Herron

37:02

6:30

3

11

 

57

1522

Angie Bosworth

48:18

8:28

4

5

20

334

Ian Cansfield

37:07

6:31

2

8

 

58

1564

Sharon Percy

48:48

8:34

4

4

21

346

Tony Garrity

37:23

6:34

2

7

 

59

1579

Christine Willshire

48:57

8:35

-

-

22

350

Frank Aniolkowski

37:25

6:34

-

-

 

60

1580

Keith Willshire

48:58

8:35

-

-

23

355

Ralph Dickinson

37:27

6:34

3

10

 

61

1732

Linda Kenny

50:35

8:52

-

-

24

370

Gareth Hope

37:38

6:36

4

15

 

62

1809

Jimmy Tiplady

51:18

9:00

-

-

25

407

Steve Nendick

38:09

6:42

2

6

 

63

1870

Stefan Krzyiak

52:02

9:08

-

-

26

413

Ken Turnbull

38:13

6:42

3

9

 

64

1946

Karen McCullock

52:56

9:17

4

3

27

432

Dave Kitching

38:27

6:45

3

8

 

65

2022

Eileen Cox

53:48

9:26

-

-

28

438

Terry Hart

38:30

6:45

3

7

 

66

2023

Sheila Reay

53:49

9:26

-

-

29

445

Terry Foster

38:32

6:46

-

-

 

67

2181

Lawrence Hepples

55:51

9:48

-

-

30

478

Jacqui Lumsden

38:57

6:50

3

6

 

68

2184

Bob Soulsby

55:52

9:48

-

-

31

519

Cath Young

39:22

6:54

-

-

 

69

2285

Diane Robson

57:59

10:10

-

-

32

532

Ron Ingram

39:29

6:56

3

5

 

70

2345

Henry Vick

59:17

10:24

-

-

33

543

Gary Blanks

39:35

6:57

-

-

 

71

2400

Katie Seccombe

1:00:40

10:39

-

-

34

558

David Roe

39:43

6:58

3

4

 

72

2401

Mary Frazer

1:00:41

10:39

-

-

35

565

Chris Hedley

39:50

6:59

-

-

 

73

2435

Susan Walker

1:01:59

10:52

-

-

36

582

Kevin Westwood

40:00

7:01

4

14

 

74

2527

Sylvia Hart

1:07:46

11:53

4

2

37

592

Steve Bangs

40:05

7:02

4

13

 

75

2528

Margaret Dickinson

1:07:55

11:55

-

-

38

594

Joe Potts

40:08

7:02

3

3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Newburn River Run - 16th June 1999

Another Wednesday, another very pleasant evening, and another category 'A' race for the second event of the season, the Newburn River Run.  This race is on a bit smaller scale to last week's Blaydon Race, and is run over a much different type of course, along the river between Newburn and Wylam, and very enjoyable it is too (apart from the steps up to the bridge at the end!).  Once again it was Andy Brown who led home the 43 strong Blyth contingent in 6th place, and Jacqui Lumsden who was first Blyth lady home. Jacqui was 7th Lady, Anne Best was 1st L45, Helen Morris was 3rd L35. Perhaps best of all, Denis Moss won the M70 category wearing ordinary walking shoes after his wife had "tidied up" his running shoes from the boot of his car where he kept them!

Club Pos.

Race Pos.

Name

Time

Pace

Div.

Points

 

Club Pos.

Race Pos.

Name

Time

Pace

Div.

Points

1

6

Andy Brown

34:56

5:20

1

12

 

23

115

Ken Turnbull

45:03

6:53

3

8

2

26

Rob Hall

37:36

5:45

1

11

 

24

119

Terry Foster

45:18

6:56

-

-

3

36

Neal Hedley

39:16

6:00

1

10

 

25

122

Jacqui Lumsden

45:27

6:57

3

7

4

38

Steve Gair

39:36

6:03

1

9

 

26

130

Kevin Westwood

46:04

7:03

4

14

5

39

Robert Barkley

39:57

6:07

1

8

 

27

134

Clive Richardson

46:35

7:07

-

-

6

44

George Young

40:07

6:08

2

14

 

28

135

Ron Ingram

46:47

7:09

3

6

7

47

Joe Frazer

40:18

6:10

1

7

 

29

140

Anne Best

47:12

7:13

4

13

8

48

Steve Gillespie

40:24

6:11

2

13

 

30

143

Martin Barnfather

47:44

7:18

-

-

9

50

Richard Dodds

40:26

6:11

1

6

 

31

145

Joe Potts

47:48

7:19

3

5

10

65

Eddie Stott

41:39

6:22

2

12

 

32

148

Dickie Cole

48:06

7:21

4

12

11

66

Kenn Reay

41:39

6:22

2

11

 

33

173

Helen Morris

50:41

7:45

4

11

12

67

Steve Walker

41:42

6:23

2

10

 

34

175

Martin Chisolm

50:42

7:45

4

10

13

70

Dave Morris

41:58

6:25

1

5

 

35

180

Eddie Woods

50:58

7:48

4

9

14

76

Ian Richardson

42:15

6:28

1

4

 

36

194

Rob Marshall

52:24

8:01

-

-

15

101

John Miller

43:45

6:41

3

12

 

37

201

Denis Moss

53:23

8:10

-

-

16

102

Ralph Dickinson

43:47

6:42

3

11

 

38

213

Jeff Brown

55:11

8:26

4

8

17

103

Gareth Hope

43:49

6:42

4

15

 

39

215

Angie Bosworth

55:16

8:27

4

7

18

104

D. Bennett

43:51

6:42

-

-

 

40

218

Sharon Percy

56:42

8:40

4

6

19

105

Ian Cansfield

44:00

6:44

2

9

 

41

230

Sheila Reay

1:00:29

9:15

-

-

20

108

Aynsley Herron

44:12

6:46

3

10

 

42

231

Eileen Cox

1:00:30

9:15

-

-

21

110

Terry Hart

44:17

6:46

3

9

 

43

238

Karen McCullock

1:03:11

9:40

4

5

22

114

Steve Nendick

44:54

6:52

2

8

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Northumberland Coastal Run - 18th July 1999

For the first time anybody could remember it wasn't a sunny day for the Northumberland Coastal Run, the first category 'C' race, however it didn't spoil the event as the combination of the damp conditions, lack of any real wind, and the tide being two hours down the beach all helped to make conditions ideal for running.  First home for Blyth was Rob Hall out of the 42 who took part, with Jacqui Lumsden first back for the ladies.  I don't know who the category prizewinners were as the result sheet shows only two categories each for ladies and men; however Rob was shown as 4th M1 and Jacqui was in the first ten ladies.  The entry was marginally down (819)on last year (835).  On a personal note I'd like to thank Stephen Inglis from Alnwick for his support as we ran the course together, and to wish him all the best for his Marathon debut this winter in the "Big Apple".   I didn't get the feeling back in my legs until Wednesday morning but I still enjoyed every step!

Club Pos.

Race Pos.

Name

Time

Pace

Div.

Points

 

Club Pos.

Race Pos.

Name

Time

Pace

Div.

Points

1

15

Rob Hall

1:22:17

5:50

1

12

 

23

278

Terry Foster

1:44:15

7:24

-

-

2

33

Steve Gair

1:26:56

6:10

1

11

 

24

286

Ron Ingram

1:44:46

7:26

3

8

3

48

Ian Richardson

1:28:41

6:17

1

10

 

25

345

Joe Potts

1:46:09

7:32

3

7

4

70

Joe Frazer

1:29:51

6:22

1

9

 

26

321

Aynsley Herron

1:46:23

7:33

3

6

5

81

Richard Dodds

1:30:49

6:26

1

8

 

27

330

Terry Hart

1:46:40

7:34

3

5

6

98

Robbie Barklay

1:31:45

6:30

1

7

 

28

359

Anne Best

1:48:05

7:40

4

14

7

111

Neal Hedley

1:32:46

6:35

1

6

 

29

360

Brian Smith

1:48:06

7:40

-

-

8

115

Neil Crooks

1:33:06

6:36

-

-

 

30

370

Chris Hedley

1:48:27

7:41

-

-

9

120

Dave Morris

1:34:06

6:40

1

5

 

31

386

Kevin Westwood

1:49:41

7:47

4

13

10

159

Eddie Stott

1:36:25

6:50

2

14

 

32

453

Eddie Woods

1:53:47

8:04

4

12

11

160

Martin Gaughan

1:36:26

6:50

2

13

 

33

460

Robin Fentum

1:54:11

8:06

-

-

12

161

Steve Walker

1:36:28

6:50

2

12

 

34

470

Cath Young

1:54:37

8:08

-

-

13

214

John Miller

1:40:34

7:08

3

12

 

35

511

David Roe

1:57:07

8:18

3

4

14

219

Steve Nendick

1:41:05

7:10

2

11

 

36

532

Dickie Cole

1:58:25

8:24

4

11

15

226

Kenn Reay

1:41:54

7:14

2

10

 

37

628

Keith Robson

2:06:17

8:57

4

10

16

238

Frank Aniolkowski

1:42:25

7:16

-

-

 

38

630

Trish Goodwin

2:06:27

8:58

-

-

17

241

Dave Cox

1:42:30

7:16

2

9

 

39

663

Sharon Percy

2:09:06

9:09

4

9

18

243

Ken Turnbull

1:42:33

7:16

3

11

 

40

677

Jeff Brown

2:10:24

9:15

4

8

19

245

Ralph Dickinson

1:42:40

7:17

3

10

 

41

704

Jocelyn Smith

2:13:53

9:30

-

-

20

248

Jacqui Lumsden

1:42:45

7:17

3

9

 

42

719

Mel Crooks

2:15:14

9:35

-

-

21

253

Gareth Hope

1:43:01

7:18

4

15

 

43

n/k

Sylvia Hart

2:45:00

11:42

4

7

22

275

Gary Blanks

1:44:05

7:23

-

-

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Morpeth 10k - 3rd August 1999

This was my first time for this event, the Morpeth 10k, the third in category 'A', and everybody had warned me about the hill near the start of each lap; I should have taken more notice, as I really struggled around for the first of the two laps. The weather conditions were very humid with hardly a breeze blowing; most people I spoke to afterwards felt this had cost them some time as it felt quite hot for running - perfect conditions don't exist, as we all know! First home for Blyth was Andy Brown out of the 44 who took part, with Jacqui Lumsden again first back for the ladies. John Miller and Gareth Hope both kept their perfect Grand Prix records going, although Andy and George have both won all of their races, they have each missed one event. The BRC category prizewinners were Andy Brown (7th), Rob Hall (3rd M45), Joe Frazer (2nd M50), and Cath Young (2nd F35).  The entry was up to 259 from 212 last year.

Pos.

Race Pos.

Name

Time

Pace

Div.

Points

 

Pos.

Race Pos.

Name

Time

Pace

Div.

Points

1

7

Andy Brown

32:38

5:16

1

12

 

21

128

Ken Turnbull

42:56

6:55

3

7

2

20

Rob Hall

35:01

5:39

1

11

 

22

129

David Roe

43:03

6:57

3

6

3

36

Robbie Barklay

36:56

5:57

1

10

 

23

132

Joe Potts

43:21

7:00

3

5

4

42

Joe Frazer

37:39

6:04

1

9

 

24

136

Terry Hart

43:35

7:02

3

4

5

43

Steve Gair

37:45

6:05

1

8

 

25

138

Ron Ingram

43:44

7:03

3

3

6

46

Kevin Freeman

38:02

6:08

-

-

 

26

141

Keith Robson

44:10

7:07

4

14

7

47

Adam Robinson

38:07

6:09

1

7

 

27

144

Cath Young

44:16

7:08

-

-

8

58

George Young

38:58

6:17

2

14

 

28

146

Kevin Westwood

44:25

7:10

4

13

9

78

Dave Morris

40:01

6:27

1

6

 

29

160

Anne Best

45:36

7:21

4

12

10

81

Michael Nolan

40:12

6:29

2

13

 

30

171

Eddie Woods

46:55

7:34

4

11

11

84

Gareth Hope

40:19

6:30

4

15

 

31

176

Dickie Cole

47:47

7:42

4

10

12

91

Steve Walker

40:42

6:34

2

12

 

32

182

Helen Morris

48:26

7:49

4

9

13

101

John Miller

41:05

6:38

3

12

 

33

192

Denis Moss

49:26

7:58

-

-

14

107

Dave Cox

41:22

6:40

2

11

 

34

202

Jeff Brown

50:35

8:10

4

8

15

110

Steve Nendick

41:40

6:43

2

10

 

35

210

Angie Bosworth

52:14

8:25

4

7

16

112

Dave Kitching

41:45

6:44

3

11

 

36

212

Sharon Percy

52:55

8:32

4

6

17

115

Aynsley Herron

41:59

6:46

3

10

 

37

213

Sylvia Hart

53:15

8:35

4

5

18

118

Tony Garrity

42:07

6:48

2

9

 

38

228

Bob Soulsby

1:03:15

10:12

-

-

19

122

Jacqui Lumsden

42:32

6:52

3

9

 

39

232

Henry Vick

1:06:41

10:45

-

-

20

124

Ralph Dickinson

42:43

6:53

3

8

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Links 10k - 31st August

I was away for the last category 'A' event, the Links 10k, so I don't know many details, but first home for Blyth out of the 39 BRC runners who took part, was Andy Brown, with Jacqui Lumsden again first back for the ladies. John Miller, Gareth Hope and Andy Brown all kept their perfect Grand Prix records going, although Andy has missed one event. The entry was up to 150 from 128 last year. The race was won for the second year running by Mark Brown of Morpeth, son of our own Tony.

Club Pos.

Race Pos.

Name

Time

Pace

Div.

Points

Club Pos.

Race Pos.

Name

Time

Pace

Div.

Points

1

2

Andy Brown

33:12

5:21

1

12

 

23

64

Aynsley Herron

41:33

6:42

3

10

2

6

Rob Hall

34:39

5:35

1

11

 

24

69

Rob Irvine

41:49

6:45

-

-

3

14

Neal Hedley

36:27

5:53

1

10

 

25

74

Steve Nendick

42:12

6:48

2

6

4

15

Robbie Barkley

36:29

5:53

1

9

 

26

75

Ralph Dickinson

42:17

6:49

3

9

5

19

Joe Frazer

36:58

5:58

1

8

 

27

76

David Roe

42:20

6:50

3

8

6

20

Geoff McLane

37:06

5:59

2

14

 

28

77

Jacqui Lumsden

42:25

6:50

3

7

7

22

Richard Dodds

37:24

6:02

1

7

 

29

81

Terry Hart

42:52

6:55

3

6

8

24

Mark Walbank

37:37

6:04

1

6

 

30

84

Ron Ingram

43:07

6:57

3

5

9

25

Kevin Freeman

37:48

6:06

-

-

 

31

88

Joe Potts

43:33

7:01

3

4

10

28

Colin Priest

38:08

6:09

-

-

 

32

91

Cath Young

43:38

7:02

-

-

11

29

Steve Gillespie

38:13

6:10

2

13

 

33

92

Michael Cole

43:40

7:03

-

-

12

33

George Young

38:52

6:16

2

12

 

34

94

Keith Robson

43:50

7:04

4

14

13

34

Kenn Reay

39:04

6:18

2

11

 

35

96

Anne Best

43:57

7:05

4

13

14

36

Michael Nolan

39:16

6:20

2

10

 

36

104

Brian Smith

44:42

7:13

-

-

15

42

Dave Morris

40:01

6:27

1

5

 

37

127

Helen Morris

48:12

7:46

4

12

16

44

John Miller

40:06

6:28

3

12

 

38

133

Jonathon Dickinson

49:20

7:57

-

-

17

45

Steve Walker

40:08

6:28

2

9

 

39

135

Pauline Cunningham

50:04

8:05

-

-

18

54

Eddie Stott

41:04

6:37

2

8

 

40

137

Angie Bosworth

50:42

8:11

4

11

19

57

Dave Cox

41:13

6:39

2

7

 

41

139

Jeff Brown

51:47

8:21

4

10

20

60

Ken Turnbull

41:18

6:40

3

11

 

42

142

Christine Willshire

55:43

8:59

-

-

21

61

Gareth Hope

41:21

6:40

4

15

 

43

146

Liz Freeman

1:00:44

9:48

-

-

22

62

Ian Richardson

41:25

6:41

1

4

 

44

147

Bob Soulsby

1:02:26

10:04

-

-

Derwentside 10 miles - 12th September

After five events, it was time for the first of the category 'B' races, the Derwentside 10 miles. I didn't run this event, so once again I don't know many details, except for the memory of running it last year, which left quite an impression on me. This is far and away the hardest course I have ever done, and this is once again reflected in everybody's times. I am told that even Andy, (who finished in second place) had considered dropping out at one stage. I wish I could "struggle round" in under an hour... Anyway first home for Blyth was Andy Brown out of the 24 who took part, with Jacqui Lumsden again first back for the ladies. The three perfect scoring records continued with John Miller, Gareth Hope and Andy Brown all leading their divisions home. The entry was up to 150 from 128 last year - maybe people aren't put off by the course, or are their memories short?

Club Pos.

Race Pos.

Name

Time

Pace

Div.

Points

Club Pos.

Race Pos.

Name

Time

Pace

Div.

Points

1

2

Andy Brown

56:44

5:40

1

12

 

14

40

Jacqui Lumsden

1:12:19

7:14

3

10

2

5

Rob Hall

59:15

5:55

1

11

 

15

44

Terry Hart

1:13:46

7:23

3

9

3

9

Neal Hedley

1:02:36

6:16

1

10

 

16

45

Ron Ingram

1:14:05

7:24

3

8

4

12

Robbie Barkley

1:03:00

6:18

1

9

 

17

46

Kevin Westwood

1:15:39

7:34

4

14

5

13

Joe Frazer

1:03:17

6:20

1

8

 

18

59

Keith Robson

1:19:17

7:56

4

13

6

22

Kenn Reay

1:07:15

6:43

2

14

 

19

61

Aynsley Herron

1:19:45

7:58

3

7

7

25

Eddie Stott

1:08:37

6:52

2

13

 

20

63

Dickie Cole

1:19:52

7:59

4

12

8

26

John Miller

1:08:39

6:52

3

12

 

21

75

R. Beadle

1:24:40

8:28

-

-

9

27

Steve Nendick

1:08:53

6:53

2

12

 

22

80

Denis Moss

1:28:10

8:49

-

-

10

30

Dave Cox

1:09:23

6:56

2

11

 

23

82

Jeff Brown

1:34:02

9:24

4

11

11

36

Ken Turnbull

1:11:17

7:08

3

11

 

24

83

Angie Bosworth

1:37:23

9:44

4

10

12

37

George Young

1:11:57

7:12

3

11

 

25

n/k

Sylvia Hart

2:06:45

12:40

4

9

13

39

Gareth Hope

1:12:09

7:13

4

15

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tynedale 10 miles - 19th September

The seventh event, and second category 'B' race, was the Tynedale 'Jelly Tea' 10 miles. The weather for this event was not ideal, with quite a strong easterly wind in our faces right from the start - this was reflected in the finishing times. It rained after about 45 minutes too, so I've had better days. First home for Blyth in 6th place  was Andy Brown out of the 34 who took part, with Jacqui Lumsden again first back for the ladies, in 5th place. Rob Hall took 1st V45; Joe Frazer was 2nd V50; Denis Moss was 1st V70; Shiela Greener was 1st LV45; Kath Glynn 2nd LV45;  the Club also picked up prizes in both of the team sections. Gareth Hope's perfect scoring record continued and with John Miller away on holiday, Gareth is now the only person to have been first in each race to date. Division 2 has had 5 different winners from the 7 races. The entry was down to 290  from 362 last year - maybe everybody else was at St. James' Park?

Club Pos.

Race Pos.

Name

Time

Pace

Div.

Points

Club Pos.

Race Pos.

Name

Time

Pace

Div.

Points

1

6

Andy Brown

56:00

5:36

1

12

 

18

119

Terry Hart

1:12:30

7:15

3

9

2

14

Rob Hall

58:10

5:49

1

11

 

19

121

David Roe

1:12:41

7:16

3

8

3

26

Neal Hedley

1:02:10

6:13

1

10

 

20

127

Ralph Dickinson

1:13:07

7:19

3

7

4

29

Joe Frazer

1:02:33

6:15

1

9

 

21

128

Sheila Greener

1:13:09

7:19

-

-

5

41

Michael Nolan

1:04:16

6:26

2

14

 

22

147

Anne Best

1:14:59

7:30

4

14

6

42

Robbie Barkley

1:04:47

6:29

1

8

 

23

152

Joe Potts

1:16:03

7:36

3

6

7

52

Richard Dodds

1:05:43

6:34

1

7

 

24

154

Kath Glynn

1:16:21

7:38

3

5

8

56

Eddie Stott

1:06:37

6:40

2

13

 

25

157

Kevin Westwood

1:16:47

7:41

4

13

9

71

George Young

1:07:58

6:48

2

12

 

26

165

Eddie Woods

1:17:47

7:47

4

12

10

74

Kenn Reay

1:08:04

6:48

2

11

 

27

173

Dickie Cole

1:18:38

7:52

4

11

11

82

Steve Nendick

1:08:48

6:53

2

10

 

28

195

Keith Robson

1:21:50

8:11

4

10

12

84

Steve Walker

1:09:05

6:55

2

9

 

29

211

Denis Moss

1:24:18

8:26

-

-

13

87

Gareth Hope

1:09:27

6:57

4

15

 

30

212

Pauline Cunningham

1:24:20

8:26

-

-

14

90

Jacqui Lumsden

1:09:42

6:58

3

12

 

31

222

Jeff Brown

1:26:23

8:38

4

9

15

92

Dave Cox

1:09:52

6:59

2

8

 

32

245

Angie Bosworth

1:30:05

9:01

4

8

16

94

Ken Turnbull

1:09:58

7:00

3

11

 

33

265

Christine Willshire

1:37:45

9:46

-

-

17

114

Ron Ingram

1:12:13

7:13

3

10

 

34

n/k

Sylvia Hart

2:08:43

12:52

4

7

Club Handicap 3rd October

The eighth event, and third category 'B' race, was the Club Handicap 8 miles. The weather for this event was excellent, considering the weather forecast,  with a north-easterly wind in our faces for the return leg up the Links. The threatened rain never came either, so I think we got off quite lightly. First home was Kevin Westwood out of the 39 who took part, with Eddie Woods second and Christine Willshire third. Fastest man on the day was none other than Andy Brown, in 43:30, and fastest Lady was Jacqui Lumsden in 54:45. Rob Hall was fastest Vet. Kevin Westwood rounded off an excellent result by taking away Gareth Hope's perfect scoring record and dropping Gareth to second place for the first time this season. Division 2 continued to spread the winning runners around - there have now been 6 different winners from the 8 races. The entry was up from last year's 33 to 39 this year. Well done to Ron for his handicapping once again.

Club Pos.

Race Pos.

Name

Time

Pace

Div.

Points

 

Club Pos.

Race Pos.

Name

Time

Pace

Div.

Points

1

11

Andy Brown

43:30

5:26

1

12

 

21

34

Gareth Hope

56:16

7:02

4

14

2

21

Rob Hall

46:52

5:51

1

11

 

22

10

B. Cunningham

56:26

7:03

-

-

3

6

Rob Barkley

48:35

6:04

1

10

 

23

26

Terry Hart

57:22

7:10

3

7

4

7

Mark Wallbank

49:17

6:10

1

9

 

24

27

David Roe

57:53

7:14

3

6

5

13

Joe Frazer

49:47

6:13

1

8

 

25

33

Ralph Dickinson

58:15

7:17

3

5

6

18

Steve Gillespie

51:07

6:23

2

14

 

26

14

Cath Young

58:21

7:18

-

-

7

8

Eddie Stott

51:24

6:26

2

13

 

27

37

Ian Richardson

58:35

7:19

1

6

8

20

Dave Morris

51:47

6:28

1

7

 

28

2

Eddie Woods

58:40

7:20

4

13

9

23

George Young

52:05

6:31

2

12

 

29

30

Anne Best

58:57

7:22

4

12

10

17

Steve Walker

52:33

6:34

2

11

 

30

35

Shiela Greener

59:26

7:26

-

-

11

19

John Miller

52:47

6:36

3

12

 

31

16

Keith Robson

1:00:02

7:30

4

11

12

12

Dave Cox

53:04

6:38

2

10

 

32

28

Dickie Cole

1:01:32

7:41

4

10