Race Report October to December 2019

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Cheddleton 10k Christmas Pudding Race

Saturday 30th November 2019

 

Position
Name
Time
Cat
PB
 
Robert Hoare
01:02:55
Male Vet 70
PB
 
Shirley Smith
01:03:26
Female Vet 55
 

 

Tuff-Un (suicide 6)

Sunday 24th November 2019

Position
Name
Time
Extra
PB
36
Matt Sargent
45:30
Main Men
 
50
Darren Mattocks
47:45
Men 40 – 49
 
56
Antonio Treglia
48:00
Main Men
 
58
Jake Oliver
48:02
Mens under20
 
64
Michael Dobson
48:20
Men 50 – 59
 
74
Dan Findlay-Robinson
49:27
Main Men
 
78
Spencer Holland
49:34
Men 50 – 59
 
90
Richard Crump
50:18
Main Men
 
325
Julie Nokes
01:13:38
Ladies 50 – 59
 
334
Tracy Burrows
01:14:31
Ladies 40 – 49
 
370
Sarah Gray
01:21:40
Ladies 60+
 

 

The Rotary Club of Cannock 10km Charity Race

Sunday 24th November 2019

Results not yet published.

CONWY HALF

Sunday 17th November 2019

Position
Name
Time
PB
253
Ian Hodkinson
01:36:49
 
597
Vanessa Welham
01:45:11
PB
968
Mark Oliver
01:52:41
 
1555
Jo Oliver
02:04:17
 
1556
Gill Hodkinson
02:04:17
 
1557
Lindsey Foster
02:04:17
 

Beckbury Trail Race

Sunday 17th November 2019

Race report by Sally Haycock

If you like Man V Horse, Race the Train or The Beast but don’t quite like the distances involved in running these races, then this is the race for you! At a reasonable 9k this race will almost certainly guarantee you a PB!

Unfortunately it wasn’t a PB for me as I have competed in this before. (When I weighed considerably less…) Usually it is blinkin freezing and wet underfoot, this year it was a bit chilly and a lot wet! Parking was a slight issue this year as it was too wet to park on the field so we were directed to a farm on some hard standing ¾ of a mile away and then very kindly mini bused to the race HQ. This was very well organized and everything went to plan.

Numbers were collected and we made our way to the start line. I was pleased to see more toilets at the start (where does it come from? I barely drank at all on the morning…..) A 10 minute warm up was then carried out whilst I tried to familarise myself with the course……oh yes I remember…….fields, wet fields, mud and er, oh yeah, hills……..

Assembling ourselves at the start line I spotted a drone. I did breath in for 40 seconds (that was as long as I could manage!) in case I was spotted on camera. Yes, fellow runners, I am carrying a little bit of weight at the moment. If I was a racehorse I would be officially ‘out of the handicap’ i.e. carrying far more weight than I am capable of carrying!!! My big (Size Large) Stafford Harriers top was hopefully hiding a multitude of sins (beer mainly if I am honest…) but nonetheless I was there to compete and do my best.

We set off on time, John very near the front, myself a lot nearer the back and after half a mile I remembered. We turned right onto a single track and that promptly resorted in us coming to a standstill. With nothing you could do, I got my breath back ( I had sprinted the first half mile like a woman possessed) and settled into a slow walk. We shuffled along and eventually started to jog through some woods and down a hill. It is on the down hills that I make my time up, yes this is something I can manage, flinging myself recklessly down the hills, the extra weight and gravity helping me get down more quickly. Unfortunately on a single track behind someone not as fat as I was this wasn’t possible…….boo a chance wasted.

Then the first hill, I like to call these elevations of pleasure, in so doing trying to convince myself that they are actually fun. I even said this to a fellow runner joking around, he treated this with the contempt it deserved and ignored me, cannot blame him to be fair. The race went on, as did the hills, the mud and the slippery tracks. I had actually forgotten how ‘lumpy’ this race was. I suppose this is why women have more than one child in their lifetime, your brain has an amazing ability to forget pain and completely eradicate it from your memory and just remember the good bits. Like the finish line and a nice cup of warm tea after it has all finished! (Never actually given birth myself ladies so my apologies if I got this wrong and you don’t enjoy a nice cup of tea afterwards…!)

Back to the race! The marshals were all particularly friendly and encouraging as were the fellow runners that overtook me on the hills. They said things like, “Well done, keep going”, “You’re doing really well” etc etc It wasn’t said in a patronizing way either, they were genuinely supportive. And I needed all the help I could get! The hills kept coming and I promised myself beforehand that I wouldn’t walk. So I didn’t, but then when someone overtakes you whilst walking and you’re ‘running’ I did start to doubt whether I should just abandon my objective on running and just succumb to the walk. (I didn’t, too damned stubborn!)

The paths and hills winded up, around and down through some lovely countryside and I can honestly say that this was the most enjoyable race since I completed Ironman Staffordshire earlier in the year. Yes, I had finally got my mojo for running back! Thank god!

I finished with a time of 57.52 ( 3 minutes slower than my last time!) but I didn’t care as I had thoroughly enjoyed myself and that is why we run, isn’t it?! Meanwhile John had finished, had had a cuppa, got changed, showered, read a book, wrote a novel and generally tried to kill time whilst waiting for me!!

He finished 18th overall and 2nd in his age group in a time of 42.04! How is that possible?!? The man is a machine….

Anyway get yourselves entered for next year, it is ACE!!

Sally Haycock

 

North Staffs Cross Country 

Race 3 – Park Hall

Saturday 16th November 2019

Pictures by Willow Heath,age 10

 

 

U13 Girls
R3
 
 
T3
 
28
Edie White
U13 Girls
13.21
 
 
 
 
 
U13 Boys
R3
 
 
T3
 
23
Caleb Allen-Hingerty
U13 Boys
12.09
 
 
 
 
 
U15 Boys
R3
 
 
T3
 
13
Jack Heath
U15 Boys
11.44
 
15
Morgan Allen-Hingerty
U15 Boys
11.58
 
16
Matthew Hilsdon
U15 Boys
12.05
 
18
Ben Green
U15 Boys
12.49
 
 
 
 
 
U17 Men
R3
 
 
T3
 
9
Benjamin Cook
U17 Men
21.35
 
 
 
 
 
Senior Women
R3
 
AG
T3
 
55
Stella Denniss
W40
27.12
 
57
Katie Peacock
SW
27.20
 
98
Ruth Umerah
W50
30.47
 
100
Christine Skellern
W55
30.52
 
102
Saffron Latham
JW
31.10
 
148
Mel Gorman
W45
37.26
 
150
Julie Nokes
W55
37.57
 
153
Tracy Burrows
W45
38.28
 
162
Sarah Gray
W60
41.23
 
 
 
 
 
Senior Men
R3
 
AG
T3
 
94
Phillip Hilsdon
M40
29.42
 
120
Justin Green
M45
30.48
 
144
Daniel Findlay-Robinson
SM
32.14
 
148
Darren Mattocks
M45
32.20
 
152
Michael Dobson
M50
32.28
 
176
Ian Heath
M45
33.46
 
187
Jason Littlewood
SM
34.21
 
209
Richard Booth
M45
36.33
 
230
Neil Eisenhauer
M45
39.29
 
235
Edwin Smith
M65
40.04
 
249
Mark Bentley
M55
43.42
 
255
Bryan Dale
M75
60.52

Harriers Challenge Park Run

9th November 2019

 

Position
Name
Time
Gender
Age Group
PB
2
Benjamin Cook
18:10
Male
JM15-17
 
4
Phil Hilsdon
18:44
Male
VM40-44
 
6
Liam Duggan
19:23
Male
VM35-39
 
9
Justin Green
19:56
Male
VM45-49
 
11
Spencer Holland
20:21
Male
VM50-54
 
16
Antonio Treglia
20:37
Male
VM35-39
 
20
James Bream
20:57
Male
VM35-39
 
22
Jason Littlewood
21:06
Male
SM25-29
 
23
Ian Hodkinson
21:07
Male
VM45-49
 
27
Michael Dobson
21:30
Male
VM50-54
 
28
Matthew Hilsdon
21:38
Male
JM11-14
 
33
Lucas Willson
22:03
Male
JM11-14
 
35
Katie Peacock
22:12
Female
SW30-34
 
41
Wayne Gallagher
22:34
Male
SM30-34
 
50
Ben Green
23:07
Male
JM11-14
 
65
Richard Booth
23:59
Male
VM45-49
 
82
Mark Burrows
25:04
Male
VM45-49
 
98
Mel Deakin
25:42
Female
VW50-54
 
105
Isabel McCloskey
26:01
Female
SW25-29
 
129
John Finney
27:33
Male
VM70-74
 
134
Peter McCloskey
27:47
Male
VM60-64
 
198
Tracy Burrows
31:20
Female
VW45-49
 
336
Michael Jones
57:47
Male
VM75-79
 

 

NSRRA 2019

Congratulations to Spencer Holland on completing all twenty races.

The final Harriers positions are:-

Michael Dobson 2nd Group C and 2nd M50
Ian Wood 2nd Group D and 2nd M 55
Darren Mattocks 2nd Group E
Graham Williams 3rd Group G
Chris Skellern 3rd Group M and 2nd F55
Karen Murray 3rd Group W

Harriers Team positions:-

The ladies team were third out of seven.
The mens team were fourth out of eight. They were one point behind Newcastle AC.

FlyingFOX 10 Mile

Sunday 3rd November 2019

Race Report  — these pages are better if people write race reports for races. Please share your experiences.

 

Position
Name
Time
Cat
Cat Pos
NSRRA
PB
10
Matt Woodman
01:00:10
M40
1
 
 
35
Liam Duggan
01:08:01
MSen
19
 
PB
57
Richard Crump
01:11:29
MSen
25
 
 
56
Antonio Treglia
01:11:32
MSen
24
 
PB
59
Ian Wood
01:11:48
M55
4
2nd Group D and 2nd M55
 
58
Michael Dobson
01:11:49
M50
5
2nd Group C and 3rd M50
 
64
Justin Green
01:12:42
M45
9
 
 
69
Spencer Holland
01:13:50
M50
9
 
 
78
Darren Mattocks
01:14:52
M45
11
2nd Group E
 
117
Katie Peacock
01:21:00
FSen
5
 
 
122
Vanessa Welham
01:21:36
FSen
6
 
 
123
Jason Littlewood
01:21:37
MSen
36
 
 
154
Steve Turner
01:26:02
M55
11
 
 
176
Eddie Smith
01:30:15
M65
3
 
 
179
Chris Skellern
01:30:41
F55
6
3rd Group M
 
191
Mark Bentley
01:32:09
M55
13
 
 
196
Karen Murray
01:33:11
F50
5
3rd Group W
 
203
Ruth Edwards
01:35:26
F55
7
 
PB
206
Graham Williams
01:37:42
M70
7
3rd Group G
 
222
Melanie Gorman
01:44:51
F45
13
 
 
229
Julie Nokes
01:47:14
F55
9
 
 
235
Tracy Burrows
01:49:22
F45
15
 
 

 

National Cross Country Relays – Mansfield

Saturday 2nd November

No Harriers found in the results

The Cannock Chase Half and 10K

Sunday 27th October 2019

Half Results

Position
Name
Time
PB
31
Richard Crump
01:46:27
 

10K Results

Position
Name
Time
PB
178
Shirley Smith
01:10:40
 
227
Robert Hoare
01:15:59
 

 

Stafford Common Cross Country

Saturday 26th October 2019

Great running by everyone at a very wet and muddy Cross Country at Stafford Common on Saturday!
Well done to everyone who braved the conditions, especially the marshals and people who set the course up.

U11 Girls
R2
 
 
T2
 
26
Victoria Shrehorn
U11 Girls
7.34
 
49
Asha Willson
U11 Girls
9.12
 
 
 
 
 
U13 Girls
R2
 
 
T2
 
32
Edie White
U13 Girls
8.40
 
 
 
 
 
U15 Girls
R2
 
 
T2
 
24
Rose White
U15 Girls
16.37
 
 
 
 
 
U13 Boys
R2
 
 
T2
 
22
Dylan Shrehorn
U13 Boys
12.53
 
24
Reuben Willson
U13 Boys
13.02
 
30
Caleb Allen-Hingerty
U13 Boys
14.10
 
 
 
 
 
U15 Boys
R2
 
 
T2
 
28
Matthew Hilsdon
U15 Boys
18.25
 
31
Lucas Willson
U15 Boys
19.25
 
33
Ben Green
U15 Boys
19.42
 
34
Kallum Hunter
U15 Boys
20.00
 
36
Morgan Allen-Hingerty
U15 Boys
21.12
 
38
Jack Heath
U15 Boys
22.28
 
 
 
 
 
U17 Men
R2
 
 
T2
 
10
Benjamin Cook
U17 Men
20.37
 
 
 
 
 
Senior Women
R2
 
AG
T2
 
56
Katie Peacock
SW
26.44
 
82
Vanessa Welham
SW
28.49
 
88
Christine Skellern
W55
29.14
 
90
Saffron Latham
JW
29.27
 
151
Mel Gorman
W45
35.11
 
168
Julie Nokes
W55
37.09
 
182
Sarah Gray
W60
40.37
 
 
 
 
 
Senior Men
R2
 
AG
T2
 
58
Tom Chell
SM
31.48
 
85
Phillip Hilsdon
M40
32.55
 
130
Daniel Findlay-Robinson
SM
35.36
 
138
Liam Duggan
SM
35.54
 
140
Spencer Holland
M50
36.00
 
141
Darren Mattocks
M45
36.00
 
155
Justin Green
M45
36.37
 
160
Alan Langford
SM
37.04
 
167
Jason Littlewood
SM
37.21
 
169
Antonio Treglia
SM
37.27
 
175
Michael Dobson
M50
37.50
 
182
Ian Heath
M45
38.27
 
231
Neil Eisenhauer
M45
44.42
 
254
Bryan Dale
M75
62.37

 

Manchester half

Sunday 13th October 2019

Pos
Name
Time
225
Phil Hilsdon
1:22:51

Birmingham Half

Sunday 13th October 2019

Due to a police incident the race was cut short.

Pos
Name
Time
636
Dan Findlay-Robinson
01:19:57
817
Richard Crump
01:21:58
1642
Alan Jones
01:28:27
2546
Steve O’Nions
01:34:15
7339
Sarah  Gray
02:19:56
7355
Liz Shillito
02:20:27

Werrington 10k

Sunday 13th October 2019

Position
Name
Time
Cat
Cat Pos
NSRRA
PB
37
Spencer Holland
43:08
M50
4
 
 
38
Ian Wood
43:18
M55
2
 
 
48
Darren Mattocks
43:58
M45
6
 
 
96
Richard Booth
47:48
M45
14
 
 
118
Chris Skellern
50:21
F55
4
 
 
145
Karen Murray
54:38
F50
6
 
 
179
Julie Nokes
01:00:36
F55
8
 
 

Aviemore Half Marathon (and 10K)

Sunday 13th October 2019

Results don’t contain club details and so I can’t identify Harriers. If you ran please email me info@staffordharriers.co.uk

Oxford Half

Sunday 13th October 2019

No Harriers were found in the results. If you ran please email me info@staffordharriers.co.uk

Chicago Marathon

Saturday 12th October

Race report by Simon Bromley

This year, my wife, Sarah and myself, headed over the pond to the great state of Illinois in the U.S.A to take part in the 42nd Bank of America Chicago Marathon (well one of us was anyway). We arrived several days before to get acclimatised and get over the jet lag, well that was my excuse, in reality I was looking forward to smashing down a few of those amazing deep-dish pizza’s which Chicago is famous for.

The city itself is a fantastic place to visit, unless you actually go, you cant imagine how tall the skyscrapers are and you can understand why the Garmin was just not going to work.

However, before the main event, both Sarah and myself took part in the Advocate Health international 5k on the Saturday morning. The temperature for the fist few days had been a lovely warm 18 degrees. Until the Saturday morning. The temperature fell to a lovely 2 degrees, also known as chuffing freezing… We had to be at the start line at 6am along with 6000 other runners who were crazy enough to run. The race itself didn’t start until 7:30. It was like a scene from an Attenborough documentary. Great groups of runners huddled together like penguins shuffling around to keep warm.

7am. We were headed into the start pens ready to begin. We located another family of Brits from Sussex who were also over for the Marathon and chatted away merrily. Anything to distract us from the cold.

7:25 am. The announcer asks us all to stand (like we were sitting down on the freezing concrete road) while a lovely young lady from the America running team did her best not to butcher the singing of the American national anthem (regrettably she failed in spectacular fashion).

7:30 comes around and finally we get to start running and get warm, WRONG… We are set of in waves every five minutes. So, our planned 7:30 start time became 7:50. However, we moved forward after each wave started in anticipation. Eventually not able to feel arms, fingers, toes or any other extremity, we were off. The route was a point to point weaving through the city streets to finish in Grant Park, where the Marathon was due to start the following day. All the way along the route, there were crowds of spectators all screaming and cheering us on as we moved through the flat city streets. The course was brilliantly marshalled and even had a water station at the halfway point. In the shade of the buildings, it was fairly cold still, but once we started to run parallel to Grant Park, the sun came out and it was glorious way to finish the run. On the run up towards the finish the crowds got even bigger. The support from the people of Chicago was amazing and really helped push everyone through to the finish line.

Across the finish line with Sarah in 35 minutes and marshalled all the way though from one side to the other, collecting a fantastic medal, water, fruit, cake bars and a woolly bobble hat as reward for finishing, definitely the best goody bag ever (even better than Market Drayton)

So, one race down and one to go. The rest of the morning was spent touring the city by boat to keep the legs fresh ready for the morning (and eating more deep-dish pizza)

Pasta and an early night beckoned.

Sunday – Marathon Day.

An early morning alarm signalled that it was time to get up and get ready for my first of the six major marathons. My start corral was fairly close to the hotel so that was an advantage being as the organisers recommended that I get there at 5:30am for a 7:30 am start. After walking to the entrance to Grant Park with Sarah and having to leave her as only people with a race number were allowed to enter, it was off to the bag drop and then the port a loo queue. A wander around the park to locate my start gate, after negotiating a barrage of photographers who want to take pictures to sell to you afterwards, saw me bump into a couple of runners from Milton Keynes. A nice chap called Martin and another lady from his club called Sophie. We stood talking in the start waiting for the off. The announcer read out the list of the elite athletes running. The 3 of us let out a big cheer when Sir Mo’s name was called out (being as he was the only one of them that I’d heard of). Again at 7:25 another young lady belted out the National Anthem to the cheers of every American in the race and around the start line.

At 7:30, we get the 10 second count down and off we go for the start of the 42nd Chicago Marathon.

The course, like the 5k was amazingly flat, only a couple of little ups throughout the whole course. Again, the support was unreal, every section of the route was lined with spectators all cheering everyone on. The water stations were every 2miles and offered gels, sports drinks and water with people announcing on approach which tables had which product. I did have to smile to see the people cleaning up the cups with garden rakes rather than a broom.

The first 7 miles flew by so quickly, even though the course was lot of long straight sections, there was so much to see that it helped the miles pass quicker than it felt.

At mile out, had a lovely surprise, a huge electronic billboard was flashing up pictures of runners with messages from loved ones and supporters. As I approached the board a picture of me flashed up from last years Thunder Run with the words “good luck Dad, we know you can do it”. It gave me a great boost seeing a message from my 2 children cheering me on.

Everything was going well, the training plan I’d been following was paying dividends and my pace was consistent. Until however about 19.5 miles in. Every runner has experienced the feeling at some point that a stop at the toilet is needed. A half mile of clenching buttocks to the next aid station and a heavenly sight of a row of port a loos.

A brief pit stop and back on it. Having passed the 20 mile marker, a little boost knowing that there’s only 10k to go helps take the mind of the legs that were starting to ache a little.

Mile 22 and it starts dawning on me that while i’m almost at the point where the whole run is just a parkrun with a 23-mile warm up, that there is a little niggle in the groin area. Keeping the pace at a steady 8-minute mile, the niggle starts getting warm and becomes more than a little annoying. Drop of the pace a little and it starts to go after a minute or two. Pick the pace back up to plan of 8-minute miles and the pain comes back, this time quicker and hurts a lot more.

Frustrating is an understatement, with only 3 miles to go, it becomes a run, walk, hobble to make it through to the finish line and the pace falls of a cliff, my aim of a 3:30 marathon is going out the window. Still the crowds still cheering away I plod on through China town watching the Chinese dragon dancers and the drummers to take my mind of the disappointment that’s starting to get to me. At this point you can see Trump Tower in the distance and know that the finish is so tantalisingly close. Another little boost was the Goose Island beer van giving out little samples of their ale. It would be rude not to have a taste.

24-Miles. Still hobbling along and another bar handing out slightly larger samples of a local beverage. American hospitality is fantastic.

25-miles. Only 1.2 to go. I keeping hobbling away knowing that i’m almost there and despite the Garmin being a little skittish due to the skyscrapers it looks like i’m still on for a new PB. With that little ray of sunshine, I push forward, after politely refusing a can of Budweiser that an old boy was trying to hand out to the runners passing by. Less than a mile to go and the grimace on my face becomes apparent to a Marshall. “Hey buddy, let’s get you some help” A brief exchange of words where I explained that with less than a mile to go, any attempt to stop me finishing would more than likely see me spending some time with the local constabulary and the marshal requiring more assistance than I do, I pushed on a little quicker to stop him even thinking of attempting to pull me out of the race.

2 corners to go. I round the penultimate corner and encounter the only real hill of the race. Even though it was nothing worse than running up Queensville bridge for about 50 metres, on tired legs it felt like Everest.

Round the final corner and less than 400 metres away, you can see the finish line. Spurred on, I start to run a little quicker. Even with the groin protesting, with the crowd cheering away you can’t help yourself. I cross the line in 3:46:01. Not the time I had been training for but a new PB non the less.

Again, we are herded through the finish, picking the coveted medal, thermal blanket, as much fruit as you want, protein bars, water and a can of beer, which was very welcome after 26.2 miles.

The whole experience from start to end was amazing. The Americans know how to organise a race. The support was the best I’ve ever seen, with over 20,000 people acting as marshal’s and covering aid stations it’s a race that I would love to do again, but there’s 5 more to tick of the list before I think about heading back

Position
Name
Time
PB
11587
Simon Bromley
03:46:01
PB

 

Katherine House 10K

Sunday 6th October 2019

Cancelled due to flooding.

Sheepwalks Shocker (Kinver 10K & 2K)

Sunday 6th October 2019

No Harriers were found in the results. If you ran please email me info@staffordharriers.co.uk

Chester Marathon

Sunday 6th October 2019

Position
Name
Time
PB
621
Michael Dobson
03:31:11
 

Brown Clee Burn Ludlow 10K

Sunday 6th October 2019

Results don’t contain club details and so I can’t identify Harriers. If you ran please email me info@staffordharriers.co.uk

Bells of Pattingham (10K & 5K)

Sunday 6th October 2019

Race report Leon Stringer

To Pattingham in South Staffordshire for the last ever Pattingham Bells 10K. From their Facebook page:

With the uncertainty surrounding the Crown Estate of Pattingham and Patshull, this year’s race will be the last! This does not mean we won’t be back in the future, but this will be the last year you can win a brass!

After last year’s heavy rain it was a relief to have a sunny and mild race day. However the rain in the week left the course muddy and it wasn’t long before you had wet feet. You mostly follow the edge of fields — with some woodland paths — so you have to switch to the muddier or overgrown patch along the path whilst watching your footing if you want to overtake. It’s also hilly with a couple of longish climbs and the one long flat bit was straight into a headwind. But after one final hill you can see St Chad’s spire and hear the bells to guide you to the finish line (with a bit more slipping and sliding!).

There’s also a 5K which starts after the 10K so you encounter runners ahead of you. It’s not the best organised event but it has a great friendly atmosphere and excellent support from the marshals. I’ll miss it.

10K Results
516 finished
1st M: Richard Carpenter (Tipton Harriers) 0:36:26
1st F: Tessa Clarke (Wolves & Bilston AC) 0:41:40

Harriers (chip times):

Position
Name
Time
PB
51
Antonio Treglia
47:26
 
102
Katie Peacock
51:14
 
150
Leon Stringer
53:44
 
192
Steve Turner
56:02
 

 

congleton half marathon

Sunday 6th October 2019

Position
Name
Time
Cat
Cat Pos
NSRRA
69
Spencer Holland
01:34:14
M50
6
 
75
Ian Wood
01:35:06
M55
5
2nd Group D 2nd M55
100
Darren Mattocks
01:37:50
M45
21
1st Group E
179
Richard Booth
01:47:52
M45
30
 
318
Graham Williams
02:07:27
M70
3
1st Group G 3rd M70

 

October 5K Time Trial

2nd October 2019

Thanks to those who helped out with the timing, recording of results and marshalling

First Name
Surname
J/S
3-Apr-19
22-May-19
3-Jul-19
11-Sep-19
2-Oct-19
Tom
Chell
S
18:49
19:05
Liam
Duggan
S
19:31
21:41
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Kian
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Spencer
Holland
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20:07
Lucas
Willson
J
20:19
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Ian
Heath
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20:33
Dan
Finley-Robinson
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20:39
Matthew
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21:46
21:05
Jason
Littlewood
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20:25
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Jack
Heath
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Leon
Stringer
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24:45
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Ben
Green
J
22:25
24:07
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Andrew
Robinson
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27:09
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Vasu
Krishnan
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Chris
Elsley
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25:59
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Mark
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24:58
Victoria
Shrehorn
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Kerry
Delaney
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25:22
Dylan
Shrehorn
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Steve
McHugh
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Amelia
Taunton
S
26:56
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Sandra
Smith
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28:05
Mel
Gorman
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29:36
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Reuben
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Sue
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