Start Fitness Harrier League 2011/12 Race 3 Blaydon

 

[26-Nov-2011] Saturday the 26th of November saw the third Start Fitness Harrier League meeting of the 2011/2012 season take place at Blaydon. In dry but breezy conditions there was yet again a record turnout of runners, with 420 finishers in the senior men's race alone.

 

A stronger than normal men's team was led home by Graeme Stewart, finishing 5th team on the day and are still in 3rd place in division 3. It was good to see Peter and Martin having a go at cross country for the first time, hopefully both will be back for more.

137th

Graeme Stewart

204th

Robbie Barkley

219th

Iain Singer

230th

Peter Holmback

234th

Steve Cairns

293rd

Dave Bradley

303rd

Ricky Davidson

212th

Steve Walker

218th

Kevin Freeman

366th

John Mallon

391st

Martin Scott

 

In the U17 boys race Jake Jansen was first back for Blyth in 13th place, leading the team to 3rd place on the day. The U17's are now 3rd team overall after the 3 races on 14 points just 1 point behind second placed Sunderland Harriers.

13th

Jake Jansen

14th

Kalvin Hurst

15th

Scott Povey

20th

Calum Storey

 

The U15 boys had 4 finishers, with James Young and Joseph Woods finishing in second and third - well done lads, but it's the fast pack from now on. Finishing 2nd team on the day, the U15's are now 5th team after the 3 events so far with 14pts. The leading team, Morpeth, have 9pts, with second, third and fourth all having 12pts.

2nd

James Young

3rd

Joseph Woods

21st

Joseph Dungworth

40th

Chris Sheffer

 

The U13 boys were led home by first timer Harry McCabe in 12th place.

12th

Harry McCabe

32nd

Eliot Taylor

43rd

Adam Swalwell

51st

Adam Tweddle

 

Susanne was first home for the senior women, leading the team to 5th place on the day and 4th place in division 2 with 16pts, 6pts behind first placed Gateshead Harriers.

20th

Susanne Hunter

43rd

Phillippa Baxter

53rd

Hayley Masterman

83rd

Helen Morris

158th

Alison Lowes

 

The U15 girls were represented by Charlotte and Charlie, finishing 16th and 22nd respectively. Unfortunately, in the U13 girls race Erin had to drop out due to illness, hopefully this will not put her off and she will be back for the next cross country.

 

In the combined boys/girls U11 race Connor Marshall was 15th.

 

Full results as always at race-results.co.uk.