Helsby weekend round-up 25th-26th January 2014

Hi all

It is a mixed yet quality bag of racing this weekend including three different Park Runs, some cross country and an overnight mountain marathon!

Saturday was the 47th Delamere Park Run and always the most popular of the local races. A top ten finish for Chris Baynham-Hughes saw him first home for Helsby followed by Jim Jones and Tim Palmer with a new PB. Louise McEveley was first lady home and well done also to Louise Spruce with a new PB.

8 Chris BAYNHAM-HUGHES 19:46 SM35-39 67.54 % M 8 Helsby RC PB stays at 00:18:54 2  
31 Jim JONES 23:02 VM45-49 63.02 % M 27 Helsby RC PB stays at 00:22:50 4  
46 Tim PALMER 23:49 VM45-49 61.44 % M 41 Helsby RC New PB! 9  
62 Louise MCEVELEY 24:41 VW45-49 66.31 % F 8 Helsby RC PB stays at 00:23:49 24  
105 Ian HILDITCH 27:36 VM70-74 65.52 % M 83 Helsby RC PB stays at 00:25:21 19  
127 Paul BULMER 28:54 VM55-59 53.17 % M 96 Helsby RC PB stays at 00:28:33 7  
186 Donna GEER 33:33 VW40-44 46.90 % F 71 Helsby RC PB stays at 00:28:31 5  
214 Louise SPRUCE 38:34 SW30-34 38.38 % F 92 Helsby RC New PB! 2  
215 Jo FARWELL 38:36 VW40-44 40.46 % F 93 Helsby RC PB stays at 00:25:22 12  

For full results see here:

http://www.parkrun.org.uk/delamere/results/latestresults/

Saturday morning also saw the inaugural Warringon Park Run with a guest appearance from Helsby’s very own Roy Gaskill.

21 Roy GASKILL 20:18 VM45-49 71.51 % M 20 Helsby RC First Timer! 11

For full Warrington results see below:

http://www.parkrun.org.uk/warrington/results/latestresults/

And there were also two Helsby out in the first of their two runs of the day at the 150th Princess Park Run. Colin and Tom deciding on a faster warm-up than most headed to this venue with Colin even securing a new PB for the course as well as a sub 18 minute effort.

6 Colin THOMPSON 17:40 SM30-34 74.25 % M 6 Helsby RC New PB! 30  
49 Tom DE JONG 20:50 SM20-24 62.56 % M 49 Helsby RC First Timer! 4  

For full results see here

http://www.parkrun.org.uk/princes/results/latestresults/

It was a big event in the XC calendar on Saturday afternoon at Knowsley Safari Park where the Northerns Cross Country were being held. No better words than Jackie’s in describing the day so please see Jackie’s report as below:

“The XC on sat was gruelling! You may have had other reports. The mud was worse than the Cheshire’s if you can believe that! Rachel & I turned up early with Patrick who was running in the juniors so he could watch the u15’s finish. Vale Royal did very well but at a cost of honking up for some!

After 1/2 hour of sun, a storm set in with hail & strong freezing winds. Mario & Jo found us the only non-muddy spot in the massive start area that was also sheltered, behind the tea marquee. It was a challenge standing on the ladies start line; the race actually got easier as circulation to limbs gradually came back. Two laps of a large & small loop with hills, strong winds in 1 direction, easier on the downward bits with wind assisted running. It was strong running by all ladies on a challenging day. On finishing, I returned to our sheltered spot to quickly put on warm clothes to go & watch the men start. Then all hell let loose as the large tea marquee took off. It was amazing it did not injure anyone as it has large metal posts. There were flying gas cylinders & tea urns. By the time we made it safe, mainly ladies, as all the men had already started, we were frozen, particularly Patrick who had been standing around a very long time. So we headed for home before the men finished. Sorry about that. Well done to all who braved the conditions, particularly to Mario & Joe who must have been wet & frozen throughout the whole ordeal!”

Some youtube videos of the day here

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KFjX4r3LxIE

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U1JrZtoKezI

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-zBBg7F4MEM

Helsby positions and places as below.

Ladies Race 8km

156th                 Janet Robertson                        42.28
164th                 Rachel Arnold                            43.01
170th                 Clare Louise Miller                     43.20
185th                 Jackie Keasley                           44.55
219th                 Nesta Hawker                            48.08

Mens Race 12km

301st                 Colin Thompson                        54.32
372nd                 Derek Morris                             58.00
387th                 Tom DeJong                             58.52
445th                 Gareth Boyd                             1.01.51
449th                 Steve Riley                               1.02.06
501st                 Stephen Wiggins                       1.05.08
523rd                 Andy Smith                               1.06.50

For full results  of the Northerns Cross Country please see here

http://www.noeaa-athletics.org.uk/Pages/Article.aspx?id=269

Chris Baynham-Hughes not content with just a park run for the weekend headed to the Marmot Dark Mountains overnight marathon. He’ll write a more substantial report for his own blog soon but in his words regarding this weekend…

“I’ll be writing this up later as it was an experience and a half, but it’ll have to wait a little as I’m horrendously sleep deprived having spent the weekend out on the Marmot Dark Mountains race.

This is an overnight mountain marathon which was in the peak district this year. I can’t really think of a more extreme event that I have taken part in. For those out there that don’t know what a mountain marathon is, I will attempt to explain: essentially it is akin to orienteering over a huge distance, it has an overnight and self-sufficient element to it with competitors carrying tent, sleeping bag, cooker and various items for safety in case things go wrong – in our case a bothy bag had been added to the kit list (despite us having a tent too!). My running partner (Braddan) and I were out for 15.5 hours and for a good 8 of those I couldn’t feel my feet. It had started well with us nailing the navigation for the first 4 check points despite there being some pretty tricky nav requirements.

Anybody who has been up Kinder Scout in the daylight will know how treacherous it can be with all the groughs, but at night with only head torches to guide it becomes extremely difficult without mist, but with mist it is almost impossible…we had mist reflecting the beams from our head torches and it slowed us right down. We had every type of weather apart from sun and I ended up on Bleaklow in a full on blizzard running compass bearings in white out conditions. We experienced everything from freezing cold to rain, sleet, snow, mist, and wind ranging up to 70+++ Easily one of the toughest events I’ve ever done… It was utterly bonkers. All self-inflicted of course.

How did we do? Well we failed the course! Yep, the final box was placed within 100 ft of another box and it was the only box we didn’t check the CP Letters on as we were facing 70+ mph winds and got complacent about being home and dry.. well, home at least. I have to say though, I thoroughly enjoyed myself (believe it or not!).”

Good effort Chris!

As always please let me know what events (not just running either) you have been upto as I will always try to put them on the blog and I can miss events if you haven’t let me know.

Jackie has asked to remind you all that it’s the 4 villages wash-up meeting in the clubhouse after weds run, 8.15pm start if possible. The plan is for the committee to break off at 9 for a meeting for 30 mins (promise), then if there is still time we can talk about summer road & fell counter ideas. (Maybe someone can do a fish & chip run for us with our orders to give us sustenance!)

Also, some information from Gareth Boyd below

a) Calling all HRC members – don’t forget that we are having a post Helsby Half review meeting (discussing what worked well and things we can improve on etc) this Wednesday after the club run – everyone and any constructive feedback is welcome

b) I have 5 free places for the Liverpool Half Marathon (23rd March 2014) and 1 x free place available for the Liverpool Rock and Roll Marathon (25th May 2014). Anyone whom supported the Helsby Half event (ie helped out beforehand/in the build up, on the day etc) and would like to get either one of the 5 half marathon places or the 1 marathon place, please could they email me at garethboyd@financialrecruitment.biz and I will put interested names into a ballot and draw this Wednesday pm after the post Half review meeting

Think that’s it for the week…

Keep on running

Adair

Helsby weekend round-up 18th-19th January 2014

Hi all

Saturday’s Delamere Park run saw only two out for Helsby (I guess due to our Sunday Four Villages Race) with Paul and Stephen separated by only one second.

88 Paul BULMER 28:33 VM55-59 53.82 % M 73 Helsby RC PB stays at 00:28:33 6  
89 Stephen WIGGINS 28:34 SM20-24 45.62 % M 74 Helsby RC PB stays at 00:21:58 17  

http://www.parkrun.org.uk/delamere/results/latestresults/

Saturday also saw Andy Robinson compete in ‘The Hebden’, his report with full positions below. Great result for Andy with 30th place overall. As Andy states “21 miles & nearly 5000 feet of climbing in the Calder Valley, mainly in mud! I did OK as well: 30th out of 179 finishers in 4:05. I couldn’t quite keep up with Gavin Mulholland & Ben Mounsey though.

30th       Andy Robinson                         4hours 5minutes

Full Results are here.

http://www.alangreenwood.biz/th2014/Results%202014.pdf

Sunday was our very own race, the Four Villages or Helsby Half. Thanks have already been given to everyone involved by Gareth (so many of you!) but it should be reiterated here and (once again) it was a fabulous day. I’ve not looked at the amount of Helsby runners compared to previous years but there were more green vests out than at any time I can remember. At a quick count 29!

There were also rumours that Dave Feakes had done so much brushing up on Saturday and before the race Sunday that he’d ran the whole race with his brush before realising he still had it in his hand.

Having Helsby runners in the race brings so much more atmosphere for people cheering the local runners and for other runners to see what a growing and vibrant club Helsby is. I’ve taken a snaphot of the Helsby results below and I don’t need to talk of the performances individually as they really do stand out for themselves, very very impressive all of you, and the great PB’s obtained are the icing on the cake for a superb event ran in perfect conditions. I for one can’t wait till next year. Gun times below, bear in mind people’s chip times will have been a few seconds quicker!

Colin Bishop was first local male and Jayne Joy first local lady.

Gun Position Gun Time Age Cat Position

30th

Colin

Bishop

01:17:35

1st

M50

34th

Colin

Thompson

01:17:50

24

MSEN

128th

Chris

Fitzpatrick

01:24:09

69

MSEN

133rd

Chris

Baynham-Hughes

01:24:14

71

MSEN

137th

Jayne

Joy

01:24:33

2nd

FSEN

214th

Derek

Morris

01:28:19

96

MSEN

275th

Ivan

Davies

01:31:10

116

MSEN

335th

Ian

Landucci

01:33:26

33

M50

363rd

Roy

Gaskill

01:34:26

62

M45

443rd

Tom

Dejong

01:36:43

3rd

MU20

470th

David

Feakes

01:37:17

47

M50

530th

Stephen

Wiggins

01:38:43

193

MSEN

551st

Lacking

Joanne

01:39:12

20

FSEN

636th

Andy

Smith

01:41:29

62

M50

655th

Leslee

Martin Scott

01:42:16

16

F40

686th

Laura

Baynham-Hughes

01:43:00

20

F35

800th

Lesley

Feakes

01:45:43

16

F45

804th

Clare

Miller

01:45:54

18

F45

830th

Geoff

Shaw

01:46:32

18

M60

856th

Carol

Shaw

01:47:12

10

F50

920th

Louise

McEveley

01:49:07

29

F45

1050th

Adrian

Jackson

01:52:21

180

M40

1118th

Lizzie

Thomas

01:54:14

54

FSEN

1137th

Michelle

Hardwick

01:54:43

43

F35

1159th

John

Thompson

01:55:27

194

M40

1191st

Kevin

Smallwood

01:56:33

198

M40

1357th

Emily

Smith

02:01:32

72

FSEN

1359th

Helen

Owens

02:01:32

67

F35

1746th

Tanya

Downes

02:29:23

99

F35

Official Results available from our main website here

http://helsbyrunningclub.org.uk/

Helsby Half Runner’s World comments

http://www.runnersworld.co.uk/events/ratingsall.asp?sp=&v=2&ugn=8819&en=79670

Helsby Half RunHelsby Flickr Photos

Helsby duo work together

Helsby duo work together

Pre-race Smiles

Pre-race Smiles

http://www.flickr.com/photos/runhelsby/

Helsby Half Mick Hall Official Photographs

http://www.mickhall-photos.com

Mick Charman Photographs

https://skydrive.live.com/?cid=183b84a4c9237fd4&id=183B84A4C9237FD4%211705&Bsrc=Photomail&Bpub=SDX.Photos&sff=1&authkey=!AH02zEEposoa7H0#cid=183B84A4C9237FD4&id=183B84A4C9237FD4%211705&authkey=%21AH02zEEposoa7H0

and our ongoing twitter feed here

http://www.twitter.com/runhelsby

and in other news…………

This weekend (Saturday 25th) is the Northerns Cross Country to be held at Knowsley Safari Park with details here

http://www.noeaa-athletics.org.uk/Pages/Event.aspx?id=160&EventID=385

We have a good proposed turn-out for Helsby and we will have runners in three different events so it will be good to have some people at the course early to support Tom DeJong (3rd Junior at the Helsby Half!) who is in the junior race, so why not have an earlier warm-up running round the course cheering on Tom.

Saturday 25th January afternoon race times for Northerns XC

13.40 Junior Men
14.15 Senior Women
15.05 Senior Men

A couple of other notices from Andy Robinson 1. Entries for the Sandstone Trail Challenge are coming in fast, & there aren’t many runners’ places left. If any more club members want to run, you need to get your entries in asap. 2. I’ll be having a significant birthday on 6th March, & will be celebrating it on Wednesday 5th March in the club after the run. I’d rather not do that on my own, so please all come along if you can. (The campaign for V60 glory starts the following Saturday in the Stan Bradshaw Pendle Round, although there are a lot of fast old men up Pendle way, so I don’t fancy my chances to be honest.)

As always, keep on running

Adair

Essar four villages half marathon

Well, that was great wasn’t it? Full results over at http://helsbyrunningclub.org.uk Loads of pics at http://www.flickr.com/photos/runhelsby/ Let us know how it went for you on twitter with the hashtag #4vhm

Thanks all for racing, running, jogging, supporting, organising and generally sharing the day with us. See you in 2015!

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Helsby weekly round-up 11th – 12th January 2014

Hi all


Saturday 11th Janaury saw the 45th Delamere Park Run with ten out in the green vest led home by first man Ivan Davies and first lady Joanne Lacking. Well done also to Lesley Feakes for the weekend double.

11 Ivan DAVIES 19:48 SM35-39 67.93 % M 11 Helsby RC PB   stays at 00:19:47 11  
36 David MADDERS 22:57 VM40-44 59.48 % M 36 Helsby RC PB   stays at 00:21:29 10  
63 Joanne LACKING 24:16 SW30-34 61.40 % F 3 Helsby RC PB   stays at 00:22:45 4  
69 Helen OWENS 24:56 VW35-39 60.70 % F 5 Helsby RC PB   stays at 00:23:24 5  
73 Lesley FEAKES 25:06 VW45-49 66.00 % F 6 Helsby RC PB   stays at 00:24:15 18  
88 Kevin SMALLWOOD 26:00 VM40-44 53.27 % M 80 Helsby RC PB   stays at 00:23:39 8  
155 Ivor JOHNSTONE 31:29 VM45-49 45.74 % M 110 Helsby RC PB   stays at 00:28:04 7  
159 Paul BULMER 32:09 VM55-59 47.80 % M 111 Helsby RC PB   stays at 00:28:33 5  
160 Claire MORTON 32:10 VW50-54 54.82 % F 49 Helsby RC PB   stays at 00:27:52 3  
161 Louise MCEVELEY 32:10 VW45-49 50.36 % F 50 Helsby RC PB   stays at 00:23:49 23  

For full results see here

http://www.parkrun.org.uk/delamere/results/latestresults/

Warrington Road Runners, our team compatriots alongside Lymm in the Northwest Cross Country League hosted the Runcorn Town Park XC this Sunday 12th January. This was the penultimate race in what has been a bigger league this year with many new teams involved. The 4.8m course on the day was also slightly altered from previous years to have a little more climb at the start of the race. Conditions were good in parts, to very muddy at the back end of the course. The cold morning with frost on the ground made for a picturesque backdrop for the many photographers out on the course. Links below if you fancy a look at the photos.

A fabulous turnout for Helsby with some sensible people retiring from the race and excellent support from Joe, Mario and Jane, with added refreshments from Jane post race meant we had 19 finishers enabling both Helsby male and female teams to secure 4th on the day. Helsby ladies are currently in 2nd and Helsby men 4th.

We also had a good run from Jamie Dowdall but due to 2nd claim member rules unfortunately he never appeared in the results, fabulous to see in the Helsby vest though and a great runner to have in the team.

2nd Jayne Joy
11th Jenny Illidge
19th Jane Ashbrook
30th Rachel Arnold
39th Claire-Louise Miller
43rd Lesley Feakes

10th Colin Bishop
17th Colin Thompson
34th Chris Fitzpatrick
37th Derek Morris
40th Chris Baynham-Hughes
63rd Roy Gaskill
75th Gareth Boyd
84th Tom DeJong
86th Steve Riley
93rd David Feakes
113th Andy Smith
119th Adrian Jackson

For full results and further team statistics please

visitwww.stevesaunders.co.uk and follow the cross country links.

Photos from Helsby Flickr’s account taken by Adair here www.flickr.com/runhelsby

Steve

Put em Up, Put em Up!

Put em Up, Put em Up!

Photos from Dave Pinnington below

http://www.flickr.com/photos/davepinno/sets/72157639705674383/

Missing from last week’s round-up was another tough one by the ever intrepid Chris Baynham-Hughes over Christmas (or maybe it’s a short one by his standards?) Account of ‘Tour de Helvellyn’ by Chris below.

“I did the Tour de Helvellyn. The course is roughly 38 miles from Askham, around Helvellyn (over sticks pass and down then back over passed Grisedale tarn) and is impossible to fully prepare for due to random weather possibilities for a race in the lakes on the Saturday before Christmas. With the weather forecasted for 90mph winds and persistent rain combining to bring a perceived temperature of -14 I headed out to the start line expecting a tough day. I wasn’t race focused, just looking to have a good day out – the event has a rolling start so it’s tactical to race it, making sure you start out at the right time can play a big part in overall performance and position. I started out early so I could get back to a family do and timed it just right to go through the 2nd checkpoint which doesn’t open until a set time; i.e., no point in starting too early! The wind was pretty strong, but more like 50 gusting to 70mph I’d have said and I was comfortable heading around in shorts and a paramo jacket. I also managed to miss the rain mostly with about 20 minutes worth of downpour, but the real foot soaker was running 100+m through 1.5ft deep water on the way into Patterdale due to flooding. No doubt it looked like a scene from Baywatch as I skipped through the ice cold water… ahem… moving on. Due to the rolling start I ran on my own at a comfortable pace all the way around thus was very pleasantly surprised to knock ~50 mins off my previous time despite the conditions. I managed 20th place against a pretty stiff field so was pretty chuffed all in all. Made a bit of room for the turkey at least.”

Well done to Chris for that one.

In other news, our Cheshire Champion Jayne Joy made a guest appearance in Athletics Weekly , see the attached link and thanks to Mario for the copy. The results section also references our Helsby runners on the day.

Athletics weekly XC Results

Many thanks also from Gareth for those who helped out at the weekend with the half-marathon preparations and let’s all make it one to remember this weekend. Still lots to do this weekend pre and post race and good luck to all who are running.

Chris Fitzpatrick has asked me to include the following in the round-up.

After the success of the xmas night out, we thought what better way to celebrate another successful half marathon than to organise a night out before the serious marathon training kicks in

So Friday 7th Feb 7.30pm Helter Skelter, a few of us are meeting up, would be great to see as many out as last time.

As always, keep on running

Adair

Essar 4 Villages Half Marathon Support

Please find the following information from Gareth Boyd

Essar 4 Villages Half Marathon Preparation/Support

Happy New year all! Only 2 weeks to go to the Big Day………….

To ensure its continual success, Jackie and I would really appreciate club members support in the build up and during the race weekend – we wouldn’t be able to achieve things without it! Could you therefore review the dates below and email me (garethboyd@financialrecruitment.biz) back asap confirming when you are available to support us. Thanks in advance . (Apologies to those who have recently confirmed availability to help out).

Please note that the Running Club certainly expects support on sat 18th Jan from Helsby RC members participating in the race .

Sat 11th Jan 2014 9am to early afternoon (approx.) old clothes and ideally shovels required – tidy up of HCSC building exterior

Sat 18th Jan 2014 9am start – Essar 4 Villages preparation – be prepared to do anything

Sunday 19th Jan 2014 post race close down (afternoon)

Helsby weekend round-up Sat 4th January 2014

Hi all

An important and celebratory weekend for Helsby running club this weekend, an absolute honour to send out the results this week!

But first….

Delamere Park run number 44 was on Saturday 4th January with 7 runners out for Helsby and first home for Helsby with a great run was Dave Feakes in 14th position. Well done also to Laura Baynham-Hughes who was first lady home and congratulations to Claire Morton for her course PB. A nice warm-up for Jane too before the afternoons Championship race.

14 David FEAKES 22:12 VM50-54 66.97 % M 14 Helsby RC PB stays at 00:21:37 15  
15 Stephen WIGGINS 22:14 SM20-24 58.62 % M 15 Helsby RC PB stays at 00:21:58 16  
23 Laura BAYNHAM-HUGHES 23:19 VW35-39 64.55 % F 2 Helsby RC PB stays at 00:22:53 11  
48 Louise MCEVELEY 24:46 VW45-49 65.41 % F 6 Helsby RC PB stays at 00:23:49 22  
61 Lesley FEAKES 25:42 VW45-49 64.46 % F 10 Helsby RC PB stays at 00:24:15 17  
84 Claire MORTON 27:52 VW50-54 63.28 % F 19 Helsby RC New PB! 2  
125 Jane ASHBROOK 32:52 VW35-39 46.04 % F 40 Helsby RC PB stays at 00:21:53 19  

Latest and full results here http://www.parkrun.org.uk/delamere/results/latestresults/

Saturday afternoon saw the Cheshire Championship Cross Country at Birchwood Park. This was a showcase of Cheshire’s Cross Country talent and a fantastic race for the spectator due to the ease of access to visit numerous places on the course during the races.

Joe and Mario had ringside seats as they were marshalling on the corner of the first incline and were able to offer great support for all our runners. Also out on the course in support were Carol Shaw, Louise and Jane.

It was a great day for the club with five Helsby members taking home medals, 4 of those from Helsby ladies who fielded a very strong team.

Mens Race was roughly 10.5km incorporating 1 small lap and 4 Large

18th                  Colin Bishop                44.46 (2nd in age cat and haned Inter-counties form)
29th                  Colin Thompson          47.07
83rd                  Chris Fitzpatrick          52.29
92
nd
                 Steve Riley                 54.29
113
th
                Andy Smith                 57.43
125
th                Tom DeJong               60.36

Helsby men were 10th team on the day. Special congratulations go to Colin Bishop who was not only the first man home for Helsby but also secured a Cheshire Championship silver medal for his age category.

Ladies race was roughly 9k incorporating 1 small lap and 3 Large

1st                    Jayne Joy                   35.24 (Qualified for Inter-counties in March)
14
th
                  Jenny Illidge                42.16 (Handed Inter-counties form)
20
th                  Jane Ashbrook            43.36 (Vets Medal winner)
27th                  Alison Halsall               44.52 (Vets Medal winner and 2nd in age cat)
28
th                  Vanessa Griffiths        44.56 (Vets Medal winner and 2nd in age cat)
29th                  Rachel Arnold             45.10 (3rd in age cat)
31
st
                  Joanne Lacking          46.27
38
th
                  Claire Miller                 48.04
46
th                  Jackie Keasley           49.20 (2nd
in age cat)
52
nd
                 Elizabeth Thomas       50.56
55
th                  Nesta Hawker             52.49

Joe and his team

A Big Thumbs Up

https://plus.google.com/photos/110332431896561552480/albums/5968876806233230065?authkey=CPzClajxj8zKPw#photos/110332431896561552480/albums/5968876806233230065/5968877774940786930?authkey=CPzClajxj8zKPw&pid=5968877774940786930&oid=110332431896561552480

Helsby ladies were 4th team overall and were 3rd vets team, brilliant stuff. It was also a fascinating and exciting race to watch as Jayne was in a great battle at the front of the race but her strength paid off by going into the lead on the penultimate lap to continue pushing hard to have a significant lead in the end. It also shows we now have good strength in depth with a medal winning vets team consisting of Jane, Alison and Vanessa.

Champ!

Cheshire Championships 2014 Overall winner

The inter-counties race will be held in Birmingham on Saturday 8th March 2014

For full results please visit the Cheshire AA website as below

http://www.cheshireaa.com/

or a direct link to the pdf file here

http://www.cheshireaa.com/Results/XCC/2014/XCC2014Results.pdf

I also managed to take a few shots of the day which are now on our RunHelsby Flickr account, link below

http://www.flickr.com/photos/runhelsby/

Be sure to congratulate all our Helsby medal winners when you see them!

Had no other results through but please send me any omissions and I’ll update the blog accordingly

I’ve also received an update from Ian Landucci that he has now put the updated club counter tables on our blog for cross country and the Border league.

Keep on running

Adair