Weekly blog 15-4-2019 to 21-4-2019

Firstly a message from Tim Palmer

Hopefully all members should have received an email about updating your emergency contact details. We would be grateful if you could update or add these to your profile on England Athletics on myAthletics Portal.

If you haven’t had this email, a copy is available at:

https://mailchi.mp/1687e8c9a36d/helsby-rc-emergency-contact-details

Thanks

Tim Palmer

 

Karen Horsley sent in this report from Bodelwyddan parkrun

One of mine and Kai’s running goals for the year is to run 10 different parkrun courses. Last week we’d planned to do Bodelwyddan Castle parkrun but as I was unwell we delayed it until this week.

Saturday morning: the sun was bright, the temperature was high – 20 degC at 9am in North Wales in April… what is going on with the weather?!

I’d read that Bodelwyddan parkrun was a mainly trail course including woodland, so I’d imagined jogging serenely through dappled shade etc. In reality there was a long uphill section in full sun before getting to the shady woodland, and as a two lap course we had to do it twice. It was so hot!

As I’m still on the comeback from injury (how long can I get away with saying that?) I’d set myself a reasonable target of 33 minutes, but with the hill times two, a photo stop and a shoelace that needed retying I was happy to finish at just over 34 minutes and six minutes behind my speedy son!

Bodelwyddan Castle is a new parkrun, yesterday was event 28 and coincidentally my 28th parkrun. It is a beautiful course, with great marshals and fabulous views. Definitely worth the drive out.

 

 

Helsby runners were in action throughout the area, full consolidated results are below

https://www.parkrun.com/results/consolidatedclub/?clubNum=1721

Cheers
Gaz

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Helsby RC weekly round-up from 8th to 14th April 2019

Hello Green Army

A little bit behind with the blog from last week, apologies, it’s still the weekend in theory so you can forgive me. Gaz will update you with another one in a few days i’m sure.

A few notices first of all, it’s Border League race 7 on Weds. It’s a 4 mile race so it’ll be a quick one and the presentation is afterwards with hopefully some coming home to Helsby. Would be great to finish off the season with another great turnout. Details below

Race 7 19:30 Wed 24 Apr 2019: staged by Prestatyn RC, Ffrith, post code LL19 7AR.

We are having our annual curry night this Friday 26th, after the Mid Cheshire 5k, let me know if you want to join in, plenty of time to get home, and get showered and changed and back out again. Booking the table for 9.30pm at India Garden. Contact me on social media or fitzpatrick_chris@hotmail.com

Thanks for Richard Hankins sending in a report. 

I love the Lakes and will generally take opportunities to get out there for a day. A friend of mine suggested we meet up for this race: we’ve done two other races in the series over the last couple of years and I liked them both. The weather was cold but clear so I took the opportunity to get the motorbike out and travelled the scenic route via the ferry to Hawkshead. There are a series of races on the day with the 10K trail race the best attended. A small event site was established on the recreational fields with a range of traders, food stall, loos etc. Inov8 were there selling their shoes and if you wanted to try them out you could wear a pair in the race and return them after.
The route is hilly, to say the least, rising from Hawkshead up to Claife Heights and then down onto the banks of Windermere. It was at times very rocky underfoot and only two weeks before London Marathon I was nervous of injury and really took it easy in some sections. There were a few fallers who were quickly picked up by Coniston MRT who were out on the course. The initial section was paths but later opened up to wide runnable forest trails. At 13km there is a long (approx 1m) very steep incline. The organisers call this the coffin trail and it was adorned with rather naff skeletons and images of coffins. After that the last 3K are fast, fun downhill.
This is one of the races I’ve most enjoyed. The views were glorious, the weather perfect an the atmosphere was good. I wasn’t particularly fast at 1:28:45 and 46th out of 150. But for once, the point wasn’t to be quick…it was to enjoy the run and come back in one piece. I reckon I might be back for this race next year.
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Would be good if a few of us could get back to this one, sounds great
Wed 10th April see a huge turnout for the Chester Spring 5 which was the 3rd road counter of the season. 
Colin Bishop ran a great race finishing 1st from the Helsby contingent, but is not on the results below, i think due to being 2nd claim, still a quality performance, i believe one of the fastest in the country in his age group this year. Hannah Cowley finishing 1st lady, another excellent performance on the night. Janet Robertson came 3rd FV50, Debbie Read came 2nd FV60, and Jackie Keasley came in 3rd FV60. Well done tyo call that ran greats races.
26 28:03 312 chris fitzpatrick Helsby Running Club 28:02 26 Male 26 Male Vet 40 8
27 28:12 300 Hannah Cowley Helsby Running Club 28:12 27 Female 1 Senior Female 1
87 32:29 305 Richard Hankins Helsby Running Club 32:19 87 Male 81 Male Vet 45 12
107 33:12 319 James O’Hara Helsby Running Club 33:08 110 Male 100 Senior Male 40
121 33:41 50 Davyd Michell Helsby Running Club 33:35 120 Male 113 Male Vet 40 25
132 34:19 332 June Whitehead Helsby Running Club 34:13 131 Female 11 Senior Female 5
150 35:05 267 Ian Landucci Helsby Running Club 34:55 147 Male 134 Male Vet 55 7
168 36:16 401 Benjamin Tumilty Helsby Running Club 35:51 163 Male 147 Senior Male 50
183 37:28 299 Helen Owens Helsby Running Club 37:04 181 Female 26 Female Vet 40 4
184 37:31 218 Rachael Holden Helsby Running Club 37:06 182 Female 27 Female Vet 35 5
198 38:02 301 Gary O’Connor Helsby Running Club 37:37 194 Male 167 Male Vet 50 22
203 38:12 77 Roy Gaskill Helsby Running Club 38:04 204 Male 172 Male Vet 50 23
219 38:40 395 Janet Robertson Helsby Running Club 38:30 219 Female 36 Female Vet 50 3
227 38:59 17 Mike Barnard Helsby Running Club 38:48 229 Male 187 Male Vet 45 26
234 39:18 91 Carol Shaw Helsby Running Club 39:09 238 Female 42 Female Vet 55 4
241 39:29 167 Geoff Collins Helsby Running Club 39:18 242 Male 196 Male Vet 60 14
242 39:29 47 Kai Horsley Helsby Running Club 39:00 234 Male 197 Under 20 Male 10
244 39:30 89 Debbie Read Helsby Running Club 39:21 245 Female 47 Female Vet 60 2
299 42:39 333 Stephen Wiggins Helsby Running Club 42:10 296 Male 228 Senior Male 68
307 43:14 412 Geoff Shaw Helsby Running Club 43:02 308 Male 230 Male Vet 65 13
316 43:45 334 Christopher Igoe Helsby Running Club 43:15 312 Male 236 Male Vet 55 18
347 46:26 221 Jackie Keasley Helsby Running Club 46:04 349 Female 95 Female Vet 60 3
363 47:36 160 David Wiggins Helsby Running Club 47:05 360 Male 259 Male Vet 60 21
406 51:07 413 Janet Shaw Helsby Running Club 50:55 408 Female 137 Female Vet 65 4
408 51:14 46 Karen Horsley Helsby Running Club 50:39 406 Female 138 Female Vet 45 20
John Whitehead and Geoff Collins are updating the club counters as well now so these will get sent out every month now with the blog.

For those of you that don’t know every year we run Club Championships with various disciplines to compete in from ROAD / FELL / MINI FELL / TRAIL/ CROSS COUNTRY AND BORDERS LEAGUE. Myself and Geoff Collins are stato and collate the results for every race. There are certain Races that count towards each championship all of which are on the Helsby page (LINK:https://helsbyrunningclub.wordpress.com/2019-road-and-fell-champs/) and prizes for overall winners and various Category prizes.

Everyone who takes part in one of these events gets points, 1st for Helsby gets 30 pts, 2nd 29 pts etc and points are allocated by Gender so the more events you enter the better chance you have in the championships. In the Fell and Road Championships where there are 10 race’s we’ll only take your best 7 results.

In the past we’ve never really shouted about the results until presentation night but to help increase a little competition and increase the Helsby presence at some of these events we thought we’d try and do a monthly update until we only have a few events left in each championships.

Road:

In the Road Championships so far we have had 3 events and the leaders for both the men and ladies are the only Helsby vests to compete in all 3 events, the on fire Chris Fitzpatrick lead the men while the unicorn that is Helen Owns leads the Ladies

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 Next Race is the Spring 5k in Kingsley on the 26th April with the dry weather continuing extra places are being made available!!

Fell:

As for the Fell’s we are only one race in so plenty of time to get involved and most races start and finish at a Pub too! Pipe Dream was the first Race with only 4 Helsby vests out, Rachel Arnold took the only Ladies Points on Offer while Tim Palmer claimed the victory for the Helsby men bagging himself 30 points.

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 Next Race is the Llangynhafal Loop on the 27/04/2019 this is 7.6KM in length and classified as an AS race (Basically short in distance with S**t loads of accent, but don’t let that put you off)

Best Regards
John

Well done all who took part in a park run Our consolidated club results can be seen HERE

That’s it for now, Remember to keep sending any reports or other stuff you want including to helsby-race-reports@outlook.com

 

Cheers

Fitzy

Helsby RC weekly round-up from 1st to 7th April 2019

Hello Green Army,

I’m a little late with the round-up for the week ending 7th April, but we do have a couple of cracking write-ups about the Manchester Marathon and the Lakes Mountain 42 from the week before last.

Manchester Marathon – Sunday 7th April 2019

So first, it’s over to Chris Fitzpatrick for his report on the Manchester Marathon:

“5 green vests turned up to Manchester on Sunday for what can only be described as perfect running conditions, 11c, cloudy, and no wind. I somehow still managed to get tan lines though…ginger skin eh!
As you all know very well, my sole purpose of this race last year was to get a championship entry time for London, which is sub 2.45, and i missed out by 2 seconds. I may joke about it but it seriously annoyed me that i got so close but missed out. So this year, instead of a 14 week training plan, i started on Dec 3rd, and an 18 week plan, and rather than giving up the Guinness, i decided not to abstain and continue to enjoy myself. I’m not going to lie, the last few months have been pretty difficult for me, but the one thing that’s kept me going is being focused on this marathon, and the training has really helped me get through it.
Last year i trained harder, this year it was about slowing my recovery runs down and training smarter, and it’s really helped. The plan for the day was to do the first 10k in around 6-6.10 min miles, then for the next 13-14 hit 6.10-6.15 mins miles. My target was 6.17, and the first half of the race went by and i hit 1.21 for 13 miles feeling really good. This is when the going starts to get tough, but not this year, i got to 17 miles and felt really good still, 18 came and went and 19 as well, so i was then preparing myself for the dreaded 20 mile point, where the wall normally hits you. I hit 20 miles, but nothing, i even went a little faster. The next 4 miles i was expecting my legs to go, but nothing, i was really enjoying this now, passing a lot of tired legs in the process.
The last 2 miles i started to feel it but i knew i was on the home straight, but knowing i had the sub 2.45 well within my grasp i really pushed on and came home in 2hr24m26s. I was over the moon, very emotional, but loved every minute of it, which is the first time i’ve ever said that on a marathon.
Great to hear everyone finished, and some good performances on the day from the rest of the green army, Ian, Rob, Matt and Wiggo.
Good luck to everyone doing London in a few weeks, i hope you all enjoy it as much as i enjoyed Manchester. It may be a very expensive race, but it’s very well organised now, and it’s got the big city marathon feel to it, and is getting more and more popular each year.
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Cheers
Fitzy”
So well done everyone who completed the Manchester Marathon and thanks for sending in the report Fitzy. With my preference being for off-road running I usually switch off when people start talking  about road training plans, but your hard work and success even captivated me this time. Well done mate!

Lakelands Mountain 42 – Saturday 30th March 2019

Now over to Jake Holmes and his epic run in the mountains:
image004“A 6am start meant I headed up the night before. Space to sleep on the floor of the village hall/Race HQ didn’t sound the best way to start any race but I figured it was better than a 2:45 get up at home and I’d have ticked off all the pre-race faff the night before. Best guess, I had three hours of broken sleep but the deal did include a tasty bowl of pre-race porridge.image001

There was a great atmosphere at the Race HQ the next morning… 5am or whatever so it was like everyone was in “it’s early so keep it down” mode, but with a real buzz about what was coming up. We headed outside to the start in the middle of Askham, and the surreal quietness of it all continued as Joe (race organiser) stood on a box and quietly said “go… shhh…”. 170 odd runners set off in silence.

Of course, everyone set off too quickly. Or I did anyway. It’s hard not to. How do you start a race with at whatever your ’hilly 42 mile run’ pace is? What even is that? Still, it was too quick.. I’m sure I’ll learn at some point.

The route split nicely into four sections…

Seriously, look at that view…

Leg one was Fantastic, lovely being out so early, perfect weather, gentle climb past the first check point at Load Pot Hill and not technical which let you look up and appreciate where you actually were. Heading up to High Street summit took us close to the edge dropping away down to Haweswater and the most jaw dropping view… it was like being in the Alps! Tourist mode took full hold and I had to stop and take a picture. Combo of the weather, winter sun, feeling good… whatever… I was loving it…

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High Street Summit gave the second stamp on the card and head off down to Patterdale and the first big tick. Wasn’t as smooth down as I’d have liked though. It was a long descent and I was trying to keep with the runners around me. The last stretch, a steep, broken rocky path, really beat up the legs and we were only 15 or so miles in. Mmmm…

I’d recced the next section, so it was good to know what was coming. Left the checkpoint with some chatty runners but another sign I might be a bit too high up the field came when a couple of them started talking about attempting the Bob Graham this summer. Right… maybe I drop back a bit? I didn’t have to think about it long before they’d made the decision for me and I had no problem watching them head off.

The grumpy bit…

This was my first stretch of the day on my own… Carry on up just above Grizdale Tarn and at the end, follow the steep rocky path down to Thirlmere and a checkpoint at the foot of Helvellyn. Easy enough… until the fog came in. A couple of minutes earlier, I’d seen a runner ahead take the lower of two paths. I was sure I’d done the higher one on my recce but for some reason followed like a sheep. It put me hitting the tarn square on… I was almost in it before I saw it the visibility had dropped that much! No biggy I thought, follow it to the right and you’re pretty much where you should be… just with wet feet. The thing with Grizdale Tarn, is it’s kind of round, so when you can’t see anything, you’re never quite sure if you’re at the end, or still on the side or what. Talking to one local runner a bit later, he’d managed to walk right round it twice before he found his way off! Anyway, just as I decided now was the moment, the mist cleared and I saw I was right, but in quite a bowl that I had to climb up out of. I could hear runners, that had been a long way behind, high up on the other path and obviously having more fun. Sigh. Climb up out of here then.

Pain behind my left knee made the descent a slow process. I moved my arms purposefully and made sure I frowned to make it look like I was descending quickly but it didn’t help. A couple more runners came past. As I got to the bottom I looked back to see a train of runners taking a route that cut a big corner… that I hadn’t! Wow, this was really a section to forget.

All good again…

I took my time to sort myself out at Thirlmere checkpoint. Reset things, restocked pockets with sweet things and started a fresh up Helvellyn for section three. I remembered on the recce easily passing day walkers on the way up but for some reason today’s walkers were more sprightly. With my new found positivity, I stopped singing ‘the greatest showman’ to myself and pointed out that my 23 miles and a few thousand feet so far, gave them an advantage. That recce knowledge of the path helped loads and I was actually enjoying the ups and caught a couple of the places I’d lost. The summit was a good moment! Highest point of the day. Only one more big climb to go. And that’s on the last leg. However you said it sounded good.  Steep decent initially (ouch) and then easy running into the Patterdale finish of section three. One to go.

The home straight…

The lump in the last leg comes straight away in the shape of Place Fell. Not as high as Helvellyn but by this point it doesn’t need to be! Trig point at the top won the award for ‘gnarliest checkpoint of the day’.image003

I’d been chopping and changing with three other runners over the last hour or so, so ended up sticking with them from here. Random conversations about cheese (we were pretty sick of sweet stuff) and National Lampoon’s Christmas vacation helped past the last few miles back over Askham Fell and into the village hall in 11hours 58mins to a free mug and very welcome bowl of Carrot and Coriander soup.

It’s funny how quickly after the race you start to forget the pain and long drags! I’m sure there was a stretch in the last 6 miles when I was asking myself “is this really how I want to spend my time?” …. “Don’t forget at the end, you might not want to do this stuff.”

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It was pretty though…

Last night I signed up to the 62 mile Fellsman in two weeks time.

 

Parkrun

Well done all who took part in a park run on Saturday. Great to see Bish in pole position at Phoenix again. Our consolidated club results can be seen HERE

That’s it for now, Remember to keep sending any reports or other stuff you want including to helsby-race-reports@outlook.com

Cheers,

Jim

 

 

 

 

 

 

Helsby RC Weekly Round-up 25th to 31st March 2019

Hi everyone

Two reports in the inbox this week, a big thank you to Geoff Collins and Hannah Cowley for their contributions this week. First up is Geoff…

The Joe Shellhorn Falesia 5k – Tuesday 19th March.  (Aka the big Algarve Adventure)

“This is a bit more than just a race report.  It’s more of a story about a big week long adventure to Falesia in the Algarve Portugal.  I think in my case, it was a step into the unknown too.  It certainly proved to be an experience like no other for me, but absolutely fantastic. Lots of eating nice food, as much drinking as you want, and being able to talk running, and do it for hours on end.    

This is an annual event which has been taking place for around 30 years.  It all started with a few people coming out on a training camp run by 2:09 Events, the company set up by the athlete Mike Gratton in the 80’s.  Mike won the London Marathon in 1983 with a time of 2hrs 09mins, he is also a Commonwealth Games medal holder.  This company with Mike Gratton, still runs the training camp here, happily taking lots of cash from aspiring young athletes. 

A few people got together after that to organise their own annual ‘training camp’ in Falesia, FB Tours was born.  This breakaway group had a more laid back interpretation of the words ‘training camp’, maybe less structured than the 2.09 Events one.  Your experience ranges between having a bit of a workout to I’m just having a laid back holiday pretty much covers it.  

So there was a training plan with two runs a day on it together with three races, and… um some social activities, the Neptuno Bar featuring as the meeting point, and the grand finale the presentation night, and fancy dress competition.  The training plan was a bit indicative of what might happen, it often did, but I soon learnt not to trust it implicitly!    

Debbie & Geoff Reid have been coming here for some time and extended the invitation to Helsby Running Club this year.  This year I came for the first time, and Sue Buck who has been before.  In total there were around 56 people whose ages ranged from 8 months to 70+ participating. 

Our event organiser/coordinator is Fred Aird from Deestriders Running club.  Spectrum Striders were quite well represented, and a few from various other clubs in the North West.  Many of the participants I knew, or recognised from races.  

There was a choice of places to stay, ranging from the incredibly luxurious Epic Sana, where Debbie & Geoff stayed with its private access to the beach and gated driveway to more modest apartments nearby.  They kindly allowed us in for a brief viewing of their private steps and a walk through the hotel and grounds!  

Sue & I independently both chose the Victoria Sport Hotel with very spacious apartments with kitchens and a balcony.  This still had a 4* rating I liked it because it had a running track guests could use.  The 2.09 training camp also stayed at the Victoria.  I had the breakfast option which was very good too. 

The weather was glorious all week, sunny around 20C, but a bit breezy at times.  Debbie did say the weather was the best ever, sometimes there isn’t so much sun, but it’s always warmer than the UK. 

There were plenty of other activities other than running to enjoy in this beautiful area, with its stunning beaches and crumbling cliff’s, eaten away by erosion and terrific views.  We got to run on the beach, over the cliffs, along tracks paths, through the nature reserve with Turtles and other wild life.  The morning runs were generally around 5-6miles but it was possible to do more.          

Cycling is a good way to explore the wider area.  Sue and I both hired bikes and went off on rides, to the nearby areas of Vilamoura, Quarteria, Loula and Paderne.  Navigation could be little challenging at times especially on the minor roads, but on the whole was a safe experience.  Just one moment we hesitated and avoided turning onto a motorway!  A sketch map given to us by another cyclist/runner was very useful.  I think if I’m honest the cycling was definitely a highlight for me, being able to explore quite a lot of interesting places, eat ice-cream and find cafes, one where they didn’t speak any English.  I had to ask Mike Gratton to move out of the way so we could pass him on our bikes!  That’s the first time I’ve overtaken a London Marathon winner!   

Mustn’t forget the Races; race 1 was the Falesia 5k on Tuesday at 10am.  I’ve never done a race on a Tuesday morning at 10am, but it beats working.  It cost 4 Euros to enter, was 3 laps on the road and went past the Victoria Hotel.  But the course wasn’t flat, and it was quite hot.  Debbie & I were the only Helsby runners, Sue was marshalling outside the Victoria.  I decided to run with Debbie trusting her judgement on how to pace this race in the heat, amazingly we stayed together for the whole race, and it made life easier for the photographers!  On the approach to the finish Debbie got slightly ahead, I closed the gap and just got past her to the finish by 1sec. This was an amazingly close race and to all intents a draw between us.  The results aren’t yet on Run Britain.   

Race 2 was the Cross Country Relay team race, on the course under the trees next to the Victoria Hotel.  There is plenty of loose sand tree roots and it goes uphill too.  3 Runners do two 1k laps and one 2k lap.  Debbie & I were chosen to be in the same team with one other runner.  Our team was not first or last but finished somewhere in the middle. 

Race 3 was the Cross Country Handicap. 3 laps of the course with staggered start times based on power of 10 best 5k times.  This gave Debbie a 15 sec start ahead of me, Sue getting a bit more time ahead of us both.  Running earlier in the day, cycling and the heat took its toll on me, I couldn’t close that 15 sec gap on Debbie, by the third lap the gap got even bigger.  The race was won by one of the slower runners who started well before most of us did.   

The dates for the 2020 adventure will be 14-22 March. Basically you book your own flights and accommodation between those dates.  Look for the FB Tours Facebook page, transfers between Faro airport and the resort can also be arranged.  Fred Aird from Deestriders RC is the point of contact.”

And now over to our newly crowned Borders League champion!

Borders League Race 6 – Hope

“It was a lovely cool morning in hope and the excitement of another boarders race was in the air. Despite it being Mother’s Day, I was over the moon with a strong number of the green army rolling up, especially for the ladies team! As always I had my lucky charm with me and the parents cheering the green army on!

With the start of the race being delayed, this wasn’t ideal especially for my pre race nerves! However I knew that by winning this race I would secure my women’s champion title so I couldn’t help but turn the nerves into excitement. I wanted to win the race but try and race my strongest to show I was deserving of the title.

As we queued up on the start like sardines, The race was finally underway.  A quick first mile, I began to panic that I may have gone off to fast. I steadied myself down and managed to keep a good pace. I knew that as o passed the mile 2 mark  there  was a long drag of a hill approaching, although being from helsby I knew this wouldn’t phase the green army!

As I approached the bottom of the hill the sun came out and I managed to start picking off the men one by one. I kept pushing through the rest of the hill and pushed myself back down and along the undulating course.

As we approached mile 4 I could see Fitzy in my sights, I pushed as much as I could to keep up with him and his 4%’s. As the finish line was in sight, a little ‘go on hannah’ came from Fitzy and I pushed as much as I could until I crossed the finish line. As I finished 2 green army vests came racing past me and just pipping me to the finish to make it a 24th, 25th and 26th place finish (how’s that for team work!).

Overall for me it was an amazing course, the most controlled, enjoyable borders race this season and possibly my favourite 5 mile race. All the hard work and training/ speed sessions especially at the park with June and John have definitely been paying off! What made the day even better was my ladies championship sealed with a race to spare and the helsby ladies team finishing 1st on the day and 2nd on the overall standings.

Let’s all give it one last big effort for the last race of the series! Come on green army!”

Amazing Hannah, the first Helsby Borders winner for a very long time and well deserved too! Be sure to congratulate Hannah on her achievement all!

We had some other fantastic running from the troops too. Congratulations to Danny Ryder on a superb run to power through the field to take the chequered flag for first Helsby runner home in 28:29 and a new PB, just pipping Neil Finegan and Hannah who were seconds behind and who also got big PBs. Brilliant running!

The vets were also flying with Colin Bishop (MV55), Paul Frodsham (MV60), Alison Halsall (FV45) and Debbie Read (FV60) all winning their respective age categorys. Great running all!

The full results can be found here:

http://www.bordersleague.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/results2018-19R6-2.html

And my pick of the best race picture:

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Let’s get a massive turn out for the last borders and end the season in style, the final one is on Weds 24th April in Prestatyn. Start time is 7.30pm, put it in your diary folks!

Parkrun

Please find the consolidated results from last Saturday’s parkruns, well done to everyone who took part.

http://www.parkrun.com/results/consolidatedclub/?clubNum=1721

That’s all this week folks, thanks again for the reports and please keep sending them in, it makes our job easier each week as well as giving the blog more variety. The Helsby RC inbox is helsby-race-reports@outlook.com.

Cheers
Col

 

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