Ellie Wins English Schools Fell Running Championships

Saturday 27 September 2014

DSC_0857-002Ellie Crownshaw won the year 12/13W English School Fell Running championship covering the 8.7k course in 44:47 and winning by 30 seconds.

Tom Yarrow was 25th in the year 12/13M event in 44:37 and Jack Crownshaw was28th in the year 10/11M race in 40:45.

Eve Crownshaw was 13th in 29:52 in the year 8/9G race over 5.2k.

BUPA Great Yorkshire Run 10k

Sunday 28 September 2014

Gavin Keight was 7th in 33:55 with Adam Dyson just behind in 8th in 34:18. Zak Mellard ran a season’s best 34:37 for 11th. Dean Furniss was 3rd V45 (28th overall) in 36:35. Richard Tompkins ran a season’s best time of 41:53 for 139th. Adam Turner was 752nd with a new pb of 49:54.

Northern Road Relay Championships, Birchwood Park, Warrington

Saturday 20 September 2014

The Senior Men’s A team finished 10th and the B team 37th in the annual Northern Athletics 6 stage road relay championships.

Andy Heyes got the team off to a fine start coming in a close 2nd on the opening leg, covering the 6k course in 18:09, the second fastest time of the day. Tom Jenkins ran a strong leg to take 5th in 19:55. Dave Archer, making a welcome return to racing, maintained the position with 19:55. Ben Beattie continued his fine form for 8th in 20:13 with Andy Challenger, returning from injury, 10th in 20:54 and Tom Bains with a strong final leg 10th in 20:19.

Adam Dyson led off the B team in 21:09 for 62nd. Darren Newbould moved the team up to 47th with 20:37. Phil Cooper gained a further four places with 21:38 (43rd). Zak Mellard continued the momentum, moving up to 40th in 21:19, with Pete Hodges gaining a further two places in 21:57 (38th). Dean Furniss then brought the team home in 37th in 22:11.

Nicky Squires was our only representative in the Senior Women’s race, running very well to take 4th place on the opening leg in 22:18 (13th fastest overall).

Cameron Bell opened the race for the U17M in 14th in 10:56. Tom Slack covered the 3.5k course in 12:34 for 22nd and Joe Hutchesson brought the team home in 23rd in 12:09.

Mary McCarthy gave the U17W a good start with 10th place in 12:58. Caitlin Tevendale gained one place with 13:52 and Imani Wilson ran strongly to finish in 10th in 13:22. Ruby Knight was the only runner in the B team finishing 20th in 14:08.

Jack Wells was our only representative in the U15B race finishing 34th on the opening leg in 11:13.

Saskia Huxham ran a fine opening leg for the incomplete U15G team, finishing 6th (10th fastest time overall) in 11:26 over the 3k course. Aimee Hill ran well on the 2nd leg to take 14th in 13:21.

Charlie Goacher led off the U13B team finishing 17th in 11:55. Benjamin Shaw ran 12:52 for 22nd before Freddie Wilson brought the team home in 22nd in 13:09.

Tati Wilson came home 13th in 12:22 on the lead leg for the U13G team. Holly Booker covered the course in 14:18 for 21st. Jodie Hill moved the team through to 15th with a fine run in 11:56, the 12th fastest time of the day.

 

Dave Wins Chesterfield Half Marathon

Sunday 14 September 2014

Dave Archer tuned up for the Northern road relays by winning the Chesterfield half marathon in  1:13:28. Dave was running to raise money for Parkinson’s disease charities on behalf of Bud Baldaro, the outstanding coach at Birmingham, who has been diagnosed with the disease.

The report in the Derbyshire Times can be found here.

South Yorkshire XC League: Important Information on Entries

Monday 15 September 2014

There has been an important change to entries for this year’s South Yorkshire XC league. A number for all four races will cost £7 and will be available from Helena Brown shortly.

However, Helena has to email entries to the organisers in advance of the race. If you wish to compete, you must email your details (name, date of birth, age group, and England Athletics registration number) to Helena (phate123@sky.com) asap so that she can submit entries in advance. Once you have emailed Helena the details, you will then be able to purchase a number.

It means that if you wish to purchase a number on the day, you will need to email Helena a few days before with your details. If she does not have the information, she cannot enter you and you will not be able to run on the day.

It will make Helena’s job much easier if you can email her your details as soon as possible so that she can get entries organised well in advance of the first race. You have to be a member of HHS and paid your subscription in order to compete.

Details about the forthcoming SYCAA XC League can be found here.

The first race is on 12 October at Mount St Mary College, Spinkhill.

Tilly Wins U15G National 800m Title, Bedford

Saturday 30-Sunday 31 August

TS_EATilly Simpson capped a fine track season by winning the England Athletics U15G 800m championships at Bedford. Having qualified by winning her heat in 2:14.93, Tilly showed good  judgement by not going with the fast pace on the opening lap and coming through down the final straight to take the gold in 2:13.12.

 

 

 

Oscar Bryce and Sam Lawford also gained valuable experience competing at national level.  Oscar Bryce threw a new pb of 52.61 U17M hammer, was 12th in the shot putt with 13.07 and 13th in the discus with a throw of 37.30.

Sam Lawford was 6th in his heat of the U17M 100m in 11.61.