Race Report January to March 2019

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Lilleshall Monumental 10K

Sunday 31st March 2019

 

Position
Name
Time
Extra
Extra2
PB
24
George Hodkinson
42:36
M
U19
 
32
Michael Dobson
44:12
M
50-54
 
35
Liam Duggan
44:45
M
35-39
 
39
Daniel Findlay-Robinson
44:57
M
35-39
 
40
Spencer Holland
45:02
M
45-49
 
42
Ian Hodkinson
45:21
M
45-49
 
49
Jake Oliver
46:08
M
U19
 
52
Richard Crump
46:42
M
30-34
 
70
Darren Mattocks
48:12
M
45-49
 
85
Simon Bromley
49:18
M
40-44
 
106
Antonio Treglia
50:41
M
35-39
 
114
Jason Littlewood
51:36
M
25-29
 
119
Chris Skellern
51:50
F
55-59
 
121
Debbie McDermott
52:02
F
50-54
 
124
Ben Deakin
52:12
M
U19
 
130
Mark Oliver
52:33
M
45-49
 
148
Mel Deakin
54:50
F
45-49
 
167
Sally Haycock
57:01
F
40-44
PB
204
Karen Murray
01:00:39
F
50-54
 
207
Charlotte Ward
01:00:50
F
40-44
 
251
Tracy Burrows
01:11:43
F
45-49
 
272
Sarah Gray
01:18:47
F
60-64
 

Coniston 14

Saturday 30th March 2019

No Harriers ran.

Coventry Half

Sunday 24th March 2019

Position
Name
Time
PB
696
Alan Jones
01:42:54
PB
2324
Nathan Tierney
02:12:09
 

Ironbridge Half Marathon

Sunday 24th March 2019

Position
Name
Time
PB
188
Simon Bromley
01:44:20
 
416
Jason Littlewood
01:58:05
 
576
Sarah Whyte
02:07:12
 

Silver Trail Half Marathon 

Saturday 23rd March 2019

Race Report Julie Nokes

One evening Nia was telling me about a trail half marathon Stone Master Marathoners had done last year in Wales, it sounded great and the very mention of red kites being fed as the race was finishing sold it to me and I thought I must go and give it a try!  ‘It’d be a nice day out if nothing else!’
So I did some research and entered the race along with Nia, Nikki Towle and Rebecca Southall from SMM and Glyn Pattinson from Cheadle Running Club. So with Emma Phillips and Craig Edwards SMM also going as tail runners we had a good group of us to enjoy our day trip! 
Fast forward to March 2019, and having followed the Facebook updates from the event page we were all getting really excited, and a little nervous from not knowing exactly what to expect!  Once the hype of Stafford half marathon had died down it was time to hatch a plan of action (and of course check we had everything on the kit list)! 
It was an early start for us all, the weather was looking good and on arrival we were welcomed by friendly marshals and race signs in both Welsh and English. The scenery was stunning, overlooking the lake and once out the van for a better look, it was clear we were in for a treat. 
Over to the tent for registration and on the board were the names of the 150 entrants. I collected my number and saw Nia was not the only Nia on the start list, this was when I knew I had arrived in Wales! The drawstring goody bag had energy chews, reusable cup, an energy drink and the race t-shirt. We bumped into Emma eating a sausage bap who was so excited and got us all hyped up! It was back to the van to get kitted up and meet Glyn and Becky for a team photo! 
The race briefing followed and then it was a walk up the hill for the start. Surrounded by what looked like many seasoned trail runners we were off! The first few miles were easy to run and I could definitely feel my legs were still somewhat weary post Stafford Half but it wasn’t going to stop me enjoying the event.
My feet and legs were quickly muddy/wet but it was all part of the fun. 3/4 miles into the race and we took a steep climb through the forest then out onto an open field with the most spectacular views. 5 miles in I stopped for a quick drink, energy chew and a little chat with the marshals.
As the race continued the terrain became more varied, lumpy grassland, boggy fields, shale paths, cattle grids, stiles, gates and woodland were all featured. Oh and a man running barefoot! The marshals were just wonderful, so encouraging and upbeat. The course was clearly marked so any worries we had about getting lost were quickly forgotten! 
One of my favourite sections was running down through a stream and some quite technical trails then at 10.5 miles we entered a steep grassy field. I walked up the hill and couldn’t summon up any energy to run past the photographer. The field flattened out and I got going again knowing I didn’t have far to go! 
The final push through what seemed almost pitch black woodland and steep climb for the last half a mile or so was tough going but wonderful, the views once again were incredible and hearing the noise from the finish area pushed me on! I managed to overtake a few runners here. A steep descent and into the finish! What time did I do?! It didn’t matter, it was great! 
The sun was out and Glynn was there cheering me in to the finish. The atmosphere at the finish was just lovely. I had been poorly prior to the race and wasn’t sure if I would even run, so I was so delighted for getting though it! Emma was a tail runner and she was equally as happy as the rest of us as she finished. We didn’t see Craig as he was still out on course assisting a visually impaired runner. 
The presentations took place and we were in awe of the winning times! Next we saw the red kites being fed over the lake so we all assumed our positions. (Ours was by Nikki’s van with a brew and a Jaffa cake). It was an amazing sight and Emma had been lucky enough to feed them herself the day before, a thank you gesture from the organisers. 
We said thank you to the race organisers Karen and Ian before heading back with a full heart. This race was simply stunning, well organised and made us all remember why we run. We all have goals and PBs to beat but sometimes appreciating your surroundings and friendships through this wonderful sport is all that really matters. 
To quote Emma Phillips ‘This race was not about times, pressure or conventional racing, it was simply about running for the soul’. 

See you next year Silver Trail!

Wolverhampton Trail Half & 10K

Saturday 23rd March 2019

No Harriers reported

Stafford Half

17th March 2019

No Race report yet

Results

 

Position
Name
Time
Bib
Cat
Cat Pos
PB
20
Phil Hilsdon
01:18:59
1979
M40
5
 
102
Justin Green
01:27:00
925
M45
13
PB
141
Christopher Harding
01:28:58
1487
M
85
 
150
Paul Higginson
01:29:25
2752
M45
26
 
156
Spencer Holland
01:29:33
1539
M45
25
PB
185
John Scott
01:31:17
2265
M50
9
PB
188
Matt Sargent
01:31:21
2447
M
102
 
193
Liam Duggan
01:31:37
2500
M
105
PB
249
Nick Beckett
01:34:07
2314
M
0
PB
269
Ian Hodkinson
01:34:49
1982
M45
44
 
363
Ian Heath
01:37:26
1737
M
0
 
458
Darren Mattocks
01:39:49
1424
M45
81
 
763
Alan Jones
01:45:50
2756
M50
61
 
775
Claire Jackson
01:46:01
1580
F
55
PB
817
Dave Marsden
01:46:51
2263
M65
4
 
842
Chris Skellern
01:47:19
2044
F55
4
 
878
Philip Oakley
01:47:59
2266
M45
150
 
937
Dean Hibbitt
01:49:04
1400
M40
125
 
978
Mel Deakin
01:49:45
2863
F45
24
 
992
Antonio Treglia
01:49:57
2296
M
413
 
1177
Simon Bromley
01:53:07
1554
M40
161
 
1181
Steve McHugh
01:53:07
2007
M45
205
 
1184
Ian Williams
01:53:08
2334
M50
104
 
1223
Jason Littlewood
01:53:41
2998
M
484
 
1227
Simon Groom
01:53:43
2844
M45
207
 
1235
Scott Palmer
01:53:49
2074
M45
220
 
1280
Nathan Tierney
01:54:33
2313
M
475
 
1421
Emily Murray
01:56:29
2503
F
130
 
1423
Scott Kelsall
01:56:30
1544
M40
187
PB
1468
Caroline Nichol
01:57:07
2018
F40
54
PB
1640
Mark Bentley
01:59:55
1575
M55
62
 
1734
Sally Haycock
02:01:45
1642
F40
82
 
1752
Jackie Allen
02:02:09
1626
F40
76
 
1790
Sarah Ann Johnson
02:03:00
2084
F50
29
PB
1791
Kerry Robertson
02:03:00
2035
F
205
 
1807
Karen Murray
02:03:29
2014
F50
33
 
1867
Lisa Sanzeri
02:04:56
2135
F
225
 
1990
Kay Denston
02:07:31
1694
F40
101
 
1999
Karen Gretton
02:07:38
2874
F60
9
 
2084
Suzanne Brotherhood
02:09:38
2340
F45
83
 
2174
Julie Nokes
02:12:30
2181
F55
20
 
2187
Melanie Gorman
02:12:41
2805
F45
93
 
2261
Shirley Smith
02:14:40
1676
F55
23
PB
2328
Charlotte Ward
02:16:35
2846
F40
141
 
2397
Sarah Bromley
02:19:02
1555
F45
123
 
2527
Louise Jones
02:24:55
1413
F
409
 
2681
John Hateley
02:34:01
928
M70
8
 
2750
Sarah Gray
02:42:54
1396
F60
16
 
2827
Frank Evans
03:28:40
1821
M70
10
 

 

Pictures by Colin Mitchell

Fradley 10K

10th March 2019

No Race report

Results

Position
Name
Time
Cat
PB
155th
Simon Bromley
45:50
MV 40
 
783rd
Sarah Bromley
01:04:28
FV45
PB

knighton 20

10th March 2019

Race report by Chris Elsley

Cold wintery weather greeted the 270 athletes who completed the Knighton 20 road race last Sunday.
The testing 20 mile course consists of three testing laps starting out from the Sports and Social Club with a grueling climb at the end of each lap.
11 Stafford Harriers runners were among the field and Phil Hilsdon was the first of them to complete the course, finishing in an excellent 6th place overall in a time of 2:07:46
Richard Crump followed in 71st in 2:33:08 with Ian Hodkinson a further four places back in 2:35:29. Spencer Holland also made the top 100 in 2:40:34 to take 93rd place.
Debbie McDermott was the first of the ladies contingent, finishing in 134th in 2:54:20 with Melonie Deakin next home in 107th in a time of 3:07:51.
Ed Smith finished 201st in 3:14:46 ahead of the trio of Joanne Oliver, Lindsey Foster and Gill Hodkinson who took 208-210th in 3:19:39.
Last but not least for the town club was Julie Nokes with another creditable performance, finishing 239th in 3:38:52.
The race was won by Nicholas Barry (Sale Harriers) in 1:53:39 more than two minutes ahead of his nearest rival while Lawley RCs Tracie Truman was the first lady home in 2:22:29.
 

 

Position
Name
Time
Gender
Gender Pos
NSRRA
PB
6
Phil Hilsdon
02:07:46
M
6
165
 
71
Richard Crump
02:33:08
M
64
 
 
77
Ian Hodkinson
02:35:29
M
69
 
 
93
Spencer Holland
02:40:34
M
82
778
 
134
Debbie McDermott
02:54:20
F
22
858
PB
177
Mel Deakin
03:07:51
F
34
84
 
201
Eddie Smith
03:14:46
M
152
 
 
208
Jo Oliver
03:19:38
F
53
 
PB
209
Lindsey Foster
03:19:39
F
54
 
PB
210
Gill Hodkinson
03:19:39
F
55
 
 
239
Julie Nokes
03:38:52
F
73
47
 

Action Heart 5 Miles (Dudley)

Sunday 3rd March 2019

 

position
time
name
age cat
95
0:40:29
Chris Skellern
Ladies 50-59

 

Cloud 9

Sunday 3rd March 2019

Only 2 Harriers took part this year.

Position
Time
Name
Category
Category Posn
58
73.06
Dan Findlay-Robinson
M SEN
27 / 48
62
74.26
Spencer Holland
M 45
11 / 34

 

Cambridge Half Marathon

Sunday 3rd March 2019

Race report by Mel Deakin

This is my favourite half, and I was very fortunate to get a place in the event this year. It is very popular and is the only event I know that gives priority to runners with a local postcode. Even with 9000 places there are very few left over for runners from outside the area. The event is very well run and seems to get better year on year. Great medal and packed goodie bag. You don’t get a t-shirt but there is plenty of apparel to buy. The course is flat and fast. It starts in the city and loops around the shops and sights before going out to Grantchester which is a bit more rural. Then back into the city, to the finish at Mid-Summer Common. This year it drizzled on and off all morning, but there was still plenty of support along much of the course. I would recommend this event to anyone, particularly if you are looking for a PB. I much prefer shorter distances, but it is the third time I have run at this event and I always love it and have got a PB every time. Fingers crossed I will be back next year.

Results:

1st Michael Kallenbugh Cardiff AAC 1:06:40

1st female Victoria Knight Cambridge & Coleridge AC 1:17:20

Position
Name
Time
Extra
PB
2579th
Mel Deakin
01:48:07
(36/478 F45-49)
PB

8357 finished

 

Belvoir Challenge 16 or 26 miles.

Saturday 2nd March 2019

No Harriers reported

 

Knype Pool 5 mile Race

Sunday 24th February 2019

Race Report by David Marsden

I’ve done this race several times and I’ve endured snow, ice,wind,rain and cold but I haven’t previously experienced it in bright sunshine and temperatures up to 14 degrees C. So today’s race which is an off-road, undulating event mainly around Knypersley Reservoir was really quite pleasant. After a couple of miles along the side of the reservoir, which is also described as the Head of the River Trent, there’s a reasonable climb through woodland to a narrow country lane. After a short distance on this lane we turned onto open fields and descended into woods and back to the track around the water. Another woodland climb was included before we returned to the waterside path and back to the finish.
I clocked the course as being just 4.6 miles in total, but it was enjoyable and challenging.
175 finishers
First male Simon Bailey Mercia Fell Runners 28:15
First Lady Leah Whiston Newcastle AC 33:11
Dave Marsden 88th 44:13

stafford half –

Practise run

Sunday 24th February 2019

Report Colin Mitchell

On a cold foggy morning, 34 of us meet at the Hockey and Cricket club for our annual Stafford Half practise run. The format was the same as previous years with two groups setting off. Strangly more in the faster group this year, so much so at one point we considered a single group. Water stations at 3.3mile and 6.6 miles. The sun started breaking through after Beaconside.

Thanks to the coaches for their work.

Photo’s at the water stations.

 

Carsington Half & 10K

Saturday 23rd February 2019

No Harriers in this event

Rugeley 10 mile race

Sunday 17th February 2019

Race Report by Mel Deakin

I deliberately entered the Harriers Challenge and North Staffs Road Runners this year as I knew it would make me run some races that would take me out of my comfort zone and this is one of those. It is the most challenging 10 miler I know of, endless hills the most demanding being around mile 8 when runners are tired. It was great to see so many Harriers, and chatting before the start it was interesting as some clearly love this kind of race and devour the distance whereas it fills me with a sense of dread. Anyway, I had got myself to the start, despite joking I was off to the pub I was determined to run it and try to better my time from when I ran here in 2017.

We were soon on our way, the race starts on the dual carriageway in Brereton, and quickly turns off down lanes towards Longdon. Of course it wasn’t long before we hit a hill, I just dug in, gritted my teeth and thought this is the first of many, get on with it. Conditions were pretty good though, a bit windy in places, but perfect temperature. The lanes were dry and good for running. I got to half way and felt surprisingly okay, made better for keeping both Chris and Debs in sight in front of me. Sometimes looking at your watch can be demoralising and doing math in your head whilst running isn’t always accurate, but I thought I had a good chance of getting a PB although the worst hill was to come. It surely did come, I saw lots of people walking up the last, and some very enthusiastic marshals trying to keep us going. Antonio passed me here and as much as I tried to keep up with him I could not. The last mile or so is a welcome downhill stretch back to the school. Alas, I finished behind Chris and Debs who are also in NSRRA group M, but so pleased to beat my time from 2017 by a massive 7 minutes 55 seconds – don’t ask me how I did that as I just don’t know. Well done to all Harriers who raced here, some great results and performances across the board.

Next up in the Challenge is Cloud 9.

 

 

Position
Name
Time
Bib
Cat
NSRRA
PB
19
Justin Green
01:07:41
48
M45-49
897
 
38
John Scott
01:11:26
127
M45-49
 
 
40
Spencer Holland
01:11:42
167
M45-49
778
 
52
Ian Hodkinson
01:14:20
278
M45-49
 
 
56
Michael Dobson
01:15:12
206
M50-54
999
 
63
Ian Wood
01:17:00
156
M55-59
356
 
81
Darren Mattocks
01:19:15
223
M45-49
610
 
111
Antonio Treglia
01:23:52
4
M18-39
 
 
115
Chris Skellern
01:24:17
306
F55-59
549
 
118
Debbie McDermott
01:24:28
335
F50-54
858
 
126
Mel Deakin
01:25:26
155
F45-49
84
PB
147
Dave Marsden
01:27:53
289
M65-69
 
 
159
Eddie Smith
01:29:29
336
M65-69
 
 
160
Steve McHugh
01:29:36
160
M45-49
 
 
210
Karen Murray
01:39:25
333
F50-54
224
 
216
Sally Haycock
01:40:16
236
F40-44
 
 
222
Julie Nokes
01:42:01
122
F55-59
 
 
281
Sarah Gray
02:03:17
199
F60-64
 
 

Walton Wobble

Sunday 10th February

Report by Chris Elsley

There was a strong contingent of Stafford Harriers taking part in Sunday’s Walton Wobble.

The 10k race, now in its 3rd year, begins in the village of Walton on the Hill and takes runners up the gruelling climb on Chase Road up to Brocton Heights.

Liam Duggan put on a sterling performance to finish 13th overall in a time of 43:30, just ahead of team mate Spencer Holland  (14th – 43:56) while Jake Oliver came 1st in the U15 category to also be 3rd Harrier in 44:11.

Three Harriettes collected Age Group wins with the trio of  Chris Skellern (F55-59) in 51:07 (59th overall), Sarah Johnson (F50-54 – 56:19 – 103rd) and Val Stuart (F70-74 – 79:06 – 254th) putting in strong performances.

Results

Position
Age Group
Bib
Name
Time
13
5 (M35-39)
227
Liam Duggan
0:43:30
14
2 (M45-49)
201
Spencer Holland
0:43:56
17
1 (M14-15)
222
Jake Oliver
0:44:11
42
5 (M50-54)
218
Alan Jones
0:48:26
59
1 (F55-59)
204
Chris Skellern
0:51:07
99
13 (M35-39)
199
Nathan Tierney
0:56:00
103
1 (F50-54)
235
Sarah Johnson
0:56:19
155
2 (F60-64)
142
Karen Gretton
1:02:04
185
6 (F55-59)
57
Shirley Smith
1:04:18
208
11 (F30-34)
236
Louise Jones
1:07:37
252
29 (F45-49)
66
Lorraine Flory
1:18:00
254
1 (F70-74)
224
Valerie Stuart
1:19:06

Overall race winner was Jack Pickett of Wolverhampton & Bilston in a time of 34:07 with Kelly Butler the leading lady in 41:49 (10th overall).

The Cannock Chase 10 & 5 Mile

Sunday 10th February

No Race report

Results 10 Mile

 

 

Position
Name
Time
Gender
Cat
PB
19
Nick Beckett
01:14:20
M
Male Vet 40
 
52
Jenny Beckett
01:23:26
F
Female Vet 35
 
69
Simon Bromley
01:25:44
M
Male Vet 40
 
208
Samantha Bream
01:47:14
F
Female Vet 40
 

 
Results 5 Mile

pos
time
name
gender
cat
11
00:38:26
Alex Langford
M
Senior Male
74
00:54:24
Russell Horsley
M
Male Vet 50

 

Stourbridge Stagger

Sunday 3rd February 2019

No Harriers this year

Alsager 5

Sunday 3rd February 2019

No Race Report

Results

 

Position
Name
Time
Bib
Cat
PB
 
Phil Hilsdon
28:22
896
M40
PB
 
Justin Green
30:55
662
M45
PB
 
Spencer Holland
32:22
657
M45
PB
 
Daniel Findlay-Robinson
32:47
782
MSEN
 
 
John Scott
32:54
853
M45
PB
 
Jake Oliver
33:50
777
MSEN
PB
 
Darren Mattocks
34:50
588
M45
 
 
Michael Dobson
35:09
591
M50
 
 
Ian Wood
35:47
618
M55
 
 
Alan Jones
36:36
457
M50
 
 
Chris Skellern
37:35
1099
FSEN
 
 
Mark Oliver
37:47
776
M45
 
 
Antonio Treglia
38:36
1044
MSEN
 
 
Mel Deakin
38:44
550
F45
PB
 
Richard Booth
38:49
255
M40
PB
 
Emily Murray
39:59
1076
FSEN
 
 
Eddie Smith
41:42
319
 
 
Steve Turner
42:02
983
MSEN
 
 
Peter Williams
44:40
324
M65
 
 
Claire Williams
44:51
835
F35
 
 
Karen Murray
44:54
828
F50
 
 
Julie Nokes
48:03
848
F55
 
 
Sarah Gray
56:29
272
F60
 

 

Thirty five years with the Harriers

By Graham Williams

I joined the Harriers 35 years ago this month. Whilst on holiday in Cornwall the previous July, a friend said he was going to run the London Marathon in 1984 and would I do it with him, I agreed and we both entered and got in. It was very different to today, there were only 15,000 runners.

When I joined the Harriers we met at St Leonards and had only two lady members. The Staffs Knot started and finished at St Leonards. The Shugborough Relays were originally organised by the County Officers Running Club, we took over from them when the club folded. My first race was the inaugural Stafford Half which started and finished at the County Showground. Because it was downhill, the first mile took about six minutes and the last a lot more! I finished in 1.35 and still have the photograph of me crossing the finish line wearing a long-sleeved striped rugby top, brief shorts and long Nike socks, which my mother bought me.

My friend Roy and I travelled to London for the marathon by train and stopped in a tatty B&B. We started on the red start behind the gates and took nearly fifteen minutes to reach the start line. This was before chip timing. The London Marathon first time is an amazing experience with the noise and support. My family drove up to support me, standing along the Mall. Unfortunately these days, because it has become so money-oriented few people will get the chance to run. The finish was on Westminster Bridge and the meeting place was Jubilee Gardens by County Hall. I finished in 4.24 but managed to get this down to 3.23 in Dublin in 1993. As my birthday is on April 26th I have run London three times on my birthday. The first time, Vernon Olivant, who unfortunately no longer with us, provided a cake on the train when we were coming home. The second time we had a Harriers party in the Victoria Hesperia hotel where we were stopping. The third time was on my seventieth birthday which was very emotional as most of my family came to watch.

As we did not get any sponsorship, unlike today, we organised long sponsored runs. These were the Staffordshire Way, the Shropshire Way and the Canal Ring. They were all 90-100 miles long. A minivan was used to ferry the runners. There was a morning and afternoon session. People would run in small groups for 4-7 miles before joining the minivan, swapping with the next group, having a rest then running again later. I vividly remember leaving Mow Cop at 5.30 for the Stafford Way run and a similar time from Ironbridge when we did the Shropshire Way.

I have had some wonderful holidays with the Harriers doing marathons in Dublin, Paris the Two Oceans in Cape Town (35 miles0, Vancouver and Sri Lanka. Nearly all our party including our wives ran in various races in Sri Lanka. I walked in Vancouver due to injury and just broke seven hours! I could not run in Cuba unfortunately, but some runners did the half and full marathon. Due to a change of date we missed the marathon in Vietnam and so did a 4K race along with thousands of local people starting and finishing at the local Botanical Gardens next to the zoo at 6.00am.

These days I don’t do marathons but have done many halves .in European cities including Prague, Luxembourg, Amsterdam, Berlin, Madrid, Lisbon and Majorca. Several Harriers went to Barcelona for the half marathon; unfortunately I was injured so just spectated. I also missed going to Florence, however we are going to Athens this year.

I have run with many accomplished runners including people who have won the Stafford 20 and the Stafford Half and others who have run 100 and 150 marathons and some have completed marathons in less than 2.40.

During my time with Stafford Harriers as Treasurer, I have worked with seven chairmen and some wonderful people and regard myself as lucky to still be running albeit slowly!

Midland Cross Country Championships

26th January 2019

No Race Report

Results

Women

 

Position
Name
Guntime
Bib
156
Christine Skellern
00:43:17
1280
210
Sarah Johnson
00:49:09
1278
247
Mel Gorman
00:56:29
1276
256
Sarah Gray
01:02:39
1277

Men

Position
Name
Guntime
Bib
241
Spencer Holland
00:54:58
1854
251
Daniel Findley-Robinson
00:55:28
1851
337
Michael Dobson
01:01:36
1850
355
Mark Oliver
01:02:51
1855

 

Trig Race

Sunday 13th January 2019

 

No Race Report

Results

Pos
Number
Forename
Surname
Category
Result
26th
5250
Spencer
Holland
M45
02:13:58
52nd
5306
Darren
Mattocks
M45
02:25:48
53rd
5281
Ian
Hodkinson
M45
02:25:59
55th
5203
Nick
Becket
M40
02:28:03
61st
5302
Ian
Wood
M55
02:30:37
95th
5337
Stella
Denniss
W40
02:40:42
109th
5317
Richard
Crump
M21
02:46:02
124th
5236
Sarah
Johnson
W50
03:04:06
133rd
5222
Karen
Murray
W50
03:17:57

 

Nsrra Awards night

11th January 2019

 A number of Harrier were presented with their awards :-

Phil Hilsdon 1st Male V40 category
Peter Williams 2nd Male Group F category and 3rd Male 65-69 category
Karen Murray 3rd Lady V50-54 category
Chris Skellern 3rd Lady V55-59 category
Justin Green 2nd Male V45-49 category
Also special mention for Mick Jones who picked up a Lifetime Achievement Award 🏆

A massive congratulations to you all.

Limp Wrist

1st January 2019

110 runners took part, and we made £478 for Katherine House.

Photo’s from the event are on Bryan Dales site Race Photos

Pos
First name
Surname
Club
Pre time
Act Time
Diff
1
Colin
Earp
South Cheshire Harriers
0:49:57
0:49:56
00:01
2
Tim
Hulse
Stone Master Marathoners
0:32:30
0:32:32
00:02
3
Linda
Dale
Unattached
0:45:05
0:45:08
00:03
3
Mac
McCoig
Stone Master Marathoners
0:53:05
0:53:02
00:03
5
Bill
Stephenson
Michelin
0:43:50
0:43:55
00:05
6
Spencer
Holland
Stafford Harriers
0:32:53
0:32:47
00:06
6
Eddie
Smith
Stafford Harriers
0:45:10
0:45:16
00:06
8
Steve
Parker
Stone Master Marathoners
0:43:00
0:43:16
00:16
9
Matt
Woodman
Stafford Harriers
0:29:45
0:29:23
00:22
10
Ian
Hodkinson
Stafford Harriers
0:35:45
0:36:08
00:23
11
Alan
Caldicott
UK Run Chat
0:40:25
0:39:58
00:27
12
Val
Stuart
Stafford Harriers
1:00:10
1:00:45
00:35
13
Martin
Cross
Stone Master Marathoners
0:31:40
0:31:04
00:36
13
Rubin
Barnett
Unattached
0:37:00
0:36:24
00:36
15
Neil
Banks
Unattached
0:45:00
0:44:17
00:43
16
John
Scott
Stafford Harriers
0:33:59
0:33:15
00:44
16
Mark
Taylor
Unattached
0:44:00
0:43:16
00:44
16
Toby
Hart
South Cheshire Harriers
0:31:00
0:30:16
00:44
19
Stuart
Turner
Stafford Tri
0:40:00
00:40:45
00:45
20
Sam
Hodgkinson
Stone Master Marathoners
0:41:00
0:40:14
00:46
21
Julie
Nokes
Stafford Harriers
0:50:50
0:50:02
00:48
21
Craig
Baxter
Stafford Tri
0:46:27
0:47:15
00:48
23
Chris
Skellern
Stafford Harriers
0:39:56
0:40:47
00:51
24
George
Hodkinson
Stafford Harriers
0:35:28
0:34:36
00:52
25
Joanne
Oliver
Stafford Harriers
0:45:12
0:44:19
00:53
25
Ian
Wood
Stafford Harriers
0:34:30
0:35:23
00:53
27
Alan
Jeavans
Unattached
0:37:23
0:36:28
00:55
27
Scott
Palmer
Stafford Harriers
0:41:20
0:42:15
00:55
29
Liz
Cook
Unattached
0:44:21
0:43:25
00:56
29
Liz
Shillito
Stafford Harriers
0:52:30
0:53:26
00:56
31
Sally
Kenny
Cheadle A C
0:42:40
0:41:43
00:57
32
Richard
Shaw
Stone Master Marathoners
0:41:40
0:40:42
00:58
32
Heather
Higgs
Rising Brook Runners
1:01:11
1:00:13
00:58
34
Mark
Bentley
Stafford Harriers
0:45:00
0:44:01
00:59
35
Thomas
Peters
Penkridge Runners
0:36:00
0:34:56
01:04
36
Sid
Green
North Antrim Harriers
0:31:15
0:32:22
01:07
37
Tom
Mellor
Stafford Harriers
0:45:00
0:43:52
01:08
38
Darren
Mattocks
Stafford Harriers
0:37:30
0:36:20
01:10
39
Alan
Jones
Stafford Harriers
0:41:40
0:40:29
01:11
40
Gael
Earp
Stafford Harriers
0:52:30
0:51:18
01:12
41
Peter
Williams
Stafford Harriers
0:44:37
0:43:24
01:13
42
Adrian
Reeves-Jones
Cheadle A C
0:37:35
0:36:18
01:17
43
Jenni
Beckett
Stafford Harriers
0:39:36
0:38:15
01:21
44
Hilary
Peters
Penkridge Runners
0:41:30
0:42:55
01:25
45
Steph
Holbeck
Rising Brook Runners
0:59:12
0:57:42
01:30
46
Kevin
Uzzell
Stone Master Marathoners
0:38:10
00:39:43
01:33
46
Kirsty
Stephenson
Stone Master Marathoners
0:38:35
0:37:02
01:33
48
Michelle
Fox
Stone Master Marathoners
0:38:18
0:36:43
01:35
48
Anthony
Peters
Penkridge Runners
0:41:20
0:42:55
01:35
50
Liz
Stephenson
Potters Trotters
0:54:49
0:56:25
01:36
51
Andrew
Clode
Rising Brook Runners
0:55:00
0:56:37
01:37
52
Claire
McHugh
Unattached
0:51:23
0:53:02
01:39
53
Richard
Taylor
Stone Master Marathoners
0:39:52
0:38:10
01:42
54
Graham
Williams
Stafford Harriers
0:51:10
0:49:27
01:43
55
Tim
Slater
NSSRA
0:54:49
0:53:05
01:44
56
Justin
Clarkson
Unattached
0:38:57
0:37:11
01:46
57
Mark
Oliver
Stafford Harriers
0:39:50
0:41:39
01:49
58
Amy
Gamble
Stone Master Marathoners
0:36:36
0:34:46
01:50
59
Cameron
Palmer
Unattached
0:40:30
0:42:22
01:52
60
Susan
Taylor
Unattached
0:39:58
0:38:03
01:55
61
Simon
Bromley
Stafford Harriers
0:40:15
0:38:15
02:00
62
Samantha
Bream
Stafford Tri
0:48:32
0:46:28
02:04
63
Ben
Gamble
Tipton Harriers
0:30:00
0:27:54
02:06
64
Mark
Churton
Stone Master Marathoners
0:40:00
0:37:53
02:07
65
Nick
Beckett
Stafford Harriers
0:37:10
0:34:59
02:11
65
Georgia
Slater
Rising Brook Runners
0:55:43
0:53:32
02:11
67
Jaymie
Hill
Stafford Tri
0:57:55
0:55:42
02:13
68
Srephen
Weaver
Unattached
0:41:59
0:39:43
02:16
69
Paul
Turner
Rising Brook Runners
0:55:50
0:53:32
02:18
70
Gaz
Leyland
Unattached
0:39:12
0:36:52
02:20
71
Katy
Leyland
Unattached
0:39:02
0:36:39
02:23
72
Andy
Cowden
Bere Alston Trekers
0:39:20
0:41:44
02:24
73
Lee
Edginton
Rising Brook Runners
0:40:31
0:38:03
02:28
74
Sally
Haycock
Stafford Harriers
0:48:50
0:46:11
02:39
75
Leonora
Wilson Weaver
Unattached
0:47:05
0:49:45
02:40
76
Sarah
Johnson
Stafford Harriers
0:45:00
0:42:06
02:54
76
Jonathan
Dunn
Rising Brook Runners
0:45:00
0:42:06
02:54
78
Jenny
Gibbs
South Cheshire Harriers
0:45:00
0:42:02
02:58
79
Ron
Joynson
Unattached
0:50:00
0:46:53
03:07
80
Jason
Lready
Rising Brook Runners
0:56:40
0:53:32
03:08
81
Tom
Heath
Stafford Harriers
0:38:30
0:35:20
03:10
82
Claire
Williams
Stafford Harriers
0:46:35
0:43:24
03:11
83
Alfred
Slater
NSSRA
0:56:22
0:53:10
03:12
84
Richard
Booth
Stafford Harriers
0:43:10
0:39:37
03:33
85
Jo
McDermott
Unattached
0:49:58
0:46:12
03:46
86
Rachel
Marsden
Stafford Harriers
0:53:42
0:49:49
03:53
87
Charlotte
Ward
Stafford Harriers
0:55:02
0:51:05
03:57
88
Ian
Williams
Stafford Harriers
0:38:15
0:42:33
04:18
89
Colin
Pheasant
Chase Harriers
1:12:08
1:07:42
04:26
90
Pam
Davies
Stone Master Marathoners
0:49:50
0:45:19
04:31
91
Hilary
Wood
Unattached
0:40:16
0:45:08
04:52
92
Andrew
Langley
Stafford Tri
0:45:30
0:50:26
04:56
93
Joss
Clode
Rising Brook Runners
1:03:00
0:57:42
05:18
94
Jo
Waldron
Unattached
0:56:30
0:51:05
05:25
95
Suzanne
Brotherhood
Stafford Harriers
0:52:00
0:46:26
05:34
96
Jim
Smith
Stafford Harriers
0:41:30
0:35:46
05:44
97
Robert
Wilson
Unattached
0:45:00
0:39:15
05:45
98
Chris
Barlow
Stone Master Marathoners
1:00:00
0:53:59
06:01
99
Dean
Gethin
Unattached
0:37:20
0:43:38
06:18
100
Mel
Gorman
Stafford Harriers
0:55:00
0:48:08
06:52
101
Roy
Gibbs
Unattached
0:49:49
0:41:51
07:58
102
Helen
Hutchinson
Unattached
0:49:50
0:41:51
07:59
103
Mark
Withington
Stafford Tri
0:50:00
0:42:00
08:00
104
Lynda
Abell
Stafford Harriers
0:55:00
0:46:10
08:50
105
Louise
Wisdom
Unattached
0:55:42
0:46:36
09:06
106
Karen
Gretton
Stafford Harriers
0:55:50
0:46:42
09:08
107
Simon
Warwick
Unattached
0:55:13
0:45:12
10:01
108
Erin
Clode
Rising Brook Runners
1:07:00
0:56:36
10:24
109
Jonathan
Evans
Stafford Tri
1:01:01
0:47:18
13:43
110
Rita
Banks
Stone Master Marathoners
1:09:58
0:56:05
13:53