Helsby RC weekly round up 4th to 10th November

Lots of great reports this week, thanks for sending them in.  But first a quick mention that the Christmas Party will be on Saturday 7th December and will take in the festivities of Ho Ho Helsby!

Guess the Time – Wednesday 6th November
by Phil Gillard

Fifteen hardy souls braved a cold night for the first “guess your time competition” of the winter season. The competition is about being able to judge your pace without the help of technology, all the participants warm up by running to the top of the High School and then do one or two loops of the Matty’s lane / Godscroft lane route. Prior to starting they have to commit to an estimated time and the closest to their time is the winner.

Before going into the results; a big thank you to the marshals and time keepers; John Gallon, Mike Collins, Tim Palmer and Helen Gillard.

It was great to see some of our very new members showing up the experienced runners with some excellent pacing:

Third was Stacey Andrew who was 22 seconds off her predicted time, second was Ben Tumulity who was 16 seconds out, the winner being our very newest member Ste Currie who was came in within the 3 seconds of his estimated time – well done.

The next competition will be mid February.

Well done all, that’s some accurate guess work!

Heaton Park Half-Marathon and 10k – Sunday 10th November
by Susie Woodward-Moor

Flossy wanted to improve on her time for half marathon as the last one she did got her the under 23 club record but was done with me for charity and undersold her ability. So we found the Heaton Park half (we booked it before we knew the Borders dates sorry!) it said good course for a PB which I am not sure I agree with – it was pretty hilly! I was supposed to join her but chickened out and did the 10k instead.
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Flossy did four laps (and a bit) I did two. This suited us as we got to know the course and could pace ourselves.
The start timings were staggered so it was a happy coincidence that we met each other right where the course photographer was!
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I get the feeling this race is quite new as there were a few teething issues mainly to do with signage but it was otherwise a great event. Lots of people shouting ‘Come on Helsby!’ including the dude on the Leader bike. He must be one of our friends 🙂. I would definitely recommend it, and as as long as it doesn’t clash with next years Borders we will do it again. It was good value for a half marathon. Anyway Flossy smashed her time by 15 minutes so she was delighted. We need to wait and see if she retains the club record!

Lovely photo of you both and well done Flossy on smashing your PB.

Pen Llyn Winter Ultra – Saturday 9th November
by Ste Wiggins

When I entered this race it was a beautiful sunny day around 18 degrees, when it came to running the race it didn’t get above 5 degrees and rained all day but hey! The race starts from Pwllheli golf club and after registration we all braved the elements and stood on the start line, flippers at the ready. I looked at all of the chiselled athletes and then back at myself on the start line mars bar in hand (and yes I’d been to Mcdonalds that morning). We set off in direction of Abersoch and towards Llanbedrog headland a short climb up to the tin man and then back down to the Warren beach whilst running upstream/downstream through puddles and constant mud. Having only fallen over once it was a good start and a good flat section on the beach was ahead.
Sure enough no dramas on the beach and it was time for the cross country section of the course which is full of hills, mud and yes you guessed it rain. Heading away from Abersoch and over to Ty Coch via the Llyn Sailors path I got to practise my breakdancing on the various muddy fields. Ty Coch is the pub on the beach and the main cut off at 18 miles, fortunately we made this in good time and could allow ourselves some hot soup and snacks. Not wanting to get too cold we shot off fairly quickly with the next section being the longest between checkpoints.
A brief change to the rain situation! We where now running into it rather than with it. Heading towards Nant Gwrtheyrn we navigated the coastal paths and moving well with a few little climbs before the biggen itself. Once at the bottom of Nant we dug in as it was a long uphill slog to the top of the road and then to the BT tower off to the left. We made it to the top of the BT tower just about with the cold definitely setting in now. Honesty book page retrieved and sweets conned off the marshal we headed back down the hill to the next check point.
Now totally dark it was the long descent into the checkpoint at another pub, sadly no time for a pint but glad to get warm and get some food ready for the final push onwards to the finish via the roads. We had a time limit for this event of 10 hours and with the total distance ranging from 35 – 39 miles we couldn’t be sure if we would make it. Having run on the road which felt like forever we eventually came to some marshals pointing us up a hill having already done 36 miles and with roughly 20 minutes to the cut off.
A quick slip and slide up and down Pen y Garn hill and we came to a set of steps and then the main road, the race was on! 15 minutes to get back to the golf club. Cold, tired and a general dislike of golf, things where not on my side but running as fast I could down Pwllheli high street (we’ve all been there). Running past homebargains and lidl the signs for the golf club came into view. Another quick sprint and the finish line was in sight but sadly so was the 10 hours. I clocked the race as 37.6 miles with 4454ft of elevation in a time of 10:00:07, in dubious circumstances the text confirming my time said 9:59:59 but hey I’ll take that.

All in all a brilliant race was had at the Pen Llyn Winter Ultra even if it did rain ALL DAY and I didn’t get to sit on a single bench.

Great achievement Ste.  Well done in magically making the 10 hour time limit and on getting up and out the next day to enjoy the sun at Deeside Borders!

Borders League race 2, Deeside – Sunday 10th November
by our very own Borders League exponent, Fitzy
What a fantastic morning to be running a road race. A bright, crisp Remembrance Day morning saw Deeside AC Host a record breaking 446 finishers. This was a short demanding 4.3 mile course, with a big hill, but what goes up must come down. It was great to see 37 of you out with a lot of new and old faces but still a lot of borders league regulars missing, it would be great to see you back on 1st December pretty please.

A big shout out to Hannah Cowley getting the ladies win and course record I believe and Colin Bishop coming home 1st for the men after running in the Warrington Way relays the day before, along with a lot of others as well, amazing commitment, you know who you all are.

Thanks to Jane and Mario for the support and the cakes, apparently someone told me you only turn up for the cakes, I don’t believe that, I know you do it for me.

Full results below. It looks like the men have an uphill battle even this early on in the season to remain in the top flight, whilst i know the women can improve and claw it back to challenge for that top spot.

Next race is 1st December, I believe around Birkenhead park.

Cheers

Fitzy

http://www.bordersleague.org.uk/results/

And finally my own report for Borders League – Deeside
by Karen “what’s broken now?” Horsley

It was a beautiful morning for a run, autumn sun filtering through the trees and a slight chill in the air, some might say perfect.  The event was well managed and the marshals were so friendly and supportive.  The only downside was the hill… and what a beast of a hill it was.  However, what goes up, as they say, eventually we hit the downhill – alleluia!

I’d like to say I was pleased with my run, and I guess I was, but coming in third from last didn’t exactly give me reason to crack open the bubbly!  Although, thank heavens I wasn’t last!  Having been injured for longer in my running journey, than I’ve actually been not injured I know that I couldn’t have put any more into it, and at the end of the race my leg was extremely sore (to the point that I thought I’d be back on the sofa for the next few days, although thankfully this eased relatively quickly).  But pushing myself that hard and coming third from last, well… it was a litte disappointing.

However, for me, Borders is about more than finishing position, it’s being able to take part, doing my best and being part of a team, and that is actually what’s important.

Well done to the Green Army for a fantastic turnout and some great racing.  I look forward to seeing lots of green vests at race 3 on December 1st.


Parkrun

Please find the consolidated Helsby RC results for last week’s parkrunners, well done to all, as well as those who volunteered on Saturday.

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

That’s all folks, this blog comes alive through your contributions, so thanks and keep the reports coming.

Email to: helsby-race-reports@outlook.com

Happy running!
Karen 🙂

Helsby RC weekly round up 30th Sept to 6th Oct

First up, a quick mention that the Borders League starts on Sunday, 13th with the first race being held in Caernarfon.

“Shout out to anyone thinking about coming to Caernarfon on Sunday for the first borders league race, it would be great to see you there. Yes it’s a bit of a hike to get there, but don’t think “we’ll be ok plenty will turn up” we need absolutely everyone possible to turn up, I’m a little worried we are struggling for full teams right now, so the more the merrier

Post code is LL54 5RP, full details on the Borders league website, sure if anyone wants to car share post Facebook and people can meet at the club. If any of the Felsby crew want to help us out it would be really appreciated, perfect prep for the relays a week later.”

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Hopefully see you all there, Fitzy


Three fabulous race reports to share this week, from Geoff Collins, Trevor Lewis, and Ben Tumilty, thank you all.

First Geoff and the Race Report for Carlam Ceiriog Canter Fell Race, 5 October.

This was our last club fell counter race of the year, with just five of us from Helsby of around 40 runners.  A race where Helsby took away two age category prizes.  Glyn Ceiriog is a small village about 3.5 miles south west of Llangollen.  The race starting and finishing at the Canolfan Ceirog Centre.  This was a good facility with a café, sports hall, decent toilets and plenty of parking spaces.  Lots of lovely cake soup hot drinks too.

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It did mean there was a bit of tarmac either end of the race.  Once through the village the route takes a very rough eroded unmade ‘road’ steeply uphill into the Berwyn mountains.  This seemed more like a river bed in places, judging by the amount of water coming down it!

Clear of the unmade road, across a proper tarmac road, and then we continued uphill on what looked more like a moorland fell.  We were aiming for the 1834 feet high Vivod Mountain.  I’d been told the views would be good.  Unfortunately the weather front was moving in quickly no views today. There were stiles too, one near the mountain was a bit awkward which seemed massively high.  A short descent back down before the path before a left turn takes you out over the heather moor slowly descending.  Sue really enjoyed this bit!  It was really hard work forcing your way through/over the deep tufts of heather.  It got better though, some really fast bits over good ground through fields.  I think this is where the race gets its Canter name from.

A final descent down the steepish hill side under the trees back to the tarmac to finish.  I liked this 7km race a lot.

At the time of writing no race results yet, but the Helsby finishing order was;

Adam Gordon 4th (first male V40)

Kevin Smith

Geoff Collins

Sue Buck (first lady V50)

Nesta Hawker.

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Race report from Abersoch Half by Trevor.

“A friend who lives just outside Abersoch said she was planning to run this race this year as part of a ‘Triple Crown’ series of races.

The Triple Crown consists of a 10k & Olympic distance triathlon, which usually take place in Abersoch in May & June. The trio of races is topped-off with a Half Marathon that usually runs in September. You can enter all 3, 2 or individual events in the series. I often run Warrington HM in September but couldn’t last weekend so, over a few drinks (when a lot of rash decisions are made) I had my arm twisted by my friend. 

I’ve learnt my lesson well with Welsh Races. If a lilting voice from the valleys tells me ‘Its not so bad you know; it’s gently undulating’ I interpret that as ‘it’s full of massive hills and you’ll probably need oxygen at the end’. 

Therefore I put a lot of hills into my training & also entered Helsby’s hilly Half Marathon road counter in Conwy in early August to help prepare. 

I’m so very glad I did. 

If anyone knows Abersoch at all the route took in a start on Lon Pen Cai down the road from The Vaynol Pub & Zinc restaurant. The route then took in traffic-free B-roads down to Sarn Bach. After the first 3 miles there was a sharp turn to the right at which point a challenging sea breeze met you full on.  There followed some steep ‘ups and downs’ up into Llanengan. 

There were some turns towards ‘Hell’s Mouth’ – a popular spot for surfers. There was a gruelling rise at miles 6-7 towards Llangian after which the course performed a ‘figure of 8’ looping back to Rhydolion, back towards Llanengan through country roads that at mile 12 took you right past Abersoch Golf Club complete with Saturday morning golfers loudly cheering you on which was a bit surreal as golfers normally prefer a quiet atmosphere on the greens but it was great motivation nevertheless. 

Arguably the toughest part of the race came at the end. There was just under a mile of running on Abersoch beach, the sand was hard work but the worst aspect of it was having to run perpendicular to about 20 wooden beach walls/groynes. 

Depending on how much sand had drifted alongside them this meant having to hurdle a height of between a 1 to 2ft to get over them. 

Essentially the run to the finishing line was a ‘beach steeplechase’.

The run consisted of a small field of only 260 runners I managed to come in at number 38 in 1h 41” which I was delighted with in the conditions. 

It’s not a PB course by any stretch of the imagination, I’d suggest you add 5-10mins to your time for a flat HM. 

The standard was high with lots of local running clubs represented; the were some hardened, experienced ‘mountain goats’ competing and as an indicator, despite the hills, I didn’t observe a single runner slow down to walk at any point. 

I arrived in Abersoch on the Friday night & the race HQ was adjacent to the Vaynol Pub and registration was quick and easy. There were plenty of runners milling about Abersoch on the Friday night easily distinguishable by us carrying our race numbers and t-shirts and quite a few including myself having (non-alcoholic I hasten to add) pre-race drinks in The Vaynol Pub so there was a real buzz about the place and some really good chat. After driving straight to Abersoch from work on Friday afternoon combined with the sea air I slept like a log. 

The weather report predicted a sunny 23 degrees for race day and it wasn’t wrong, it was very hot. 

This was mitigated by a sea breeze which was noticeable at various points particularly near Hell’s Mouth and also along the beach. There was also a high hedge line along a great number of the roads so there was a good amount of shade throughout. 

The Half Marathon was preceded by a children’s 2k race on the beach and lots of families competed so there was a fabulous atmosphere. 

To summarise; Abersoch Half Marathon is hilly, it’s well-organised, the setting is stunning and the locals are really friendly. It’s a quiet, almost sleepy race, it’s well-marshalled with ample water stations. 

It’s a 2 and a half hour drive each way from Helsby/Frodsham so an overnight stay is probably required if you don’t want to be groggy & car-shaped on the start line. I would highly recommend this race and will definitely run it again in the future”

Our third race report comes from Ben and his first marathon – well done Ben, great achievement.

Chester Marathon, 6th October

I’d been umming and ahhing about my first marathon for well over half a year. About 10 weeks out, I had a look at Chester and I got lucky – someone looking to pull out transferred their place to me for the starting price.

10 weeks of quickly upping my mileage, a bruised foot, and a week’s holiday in Lanzagrotty later, race day arrives and I start to brick it. A longest training run of 20 miles – just another 10K to find at the end of that; no biggie, right?

After what felt like hours of waiting, we set off from the revised starting point. The first 6 miles were into a ridiculous headwind. Fabulous. I ran the first 9 miles with a friend a little slower than me who started to struggle at this point, so being a marathon novice I thought it a great idea to try and “make up time”. What followed was 4 miles at a decent pace, and then 9 miles of running in treacle, having to do that funny-looking power-walk thing because I was knackered, and miles I can’t begin to describe – most likely due to subconsciously blanking them out of my mind to pretend they didn’t happen!

It got to a little over 3 miles from the finish; heading back into Chester, “it’s just a parkrun now Ben!” I repeated to myself. Turns out, a parkrun is hard work after over 3 hours of running…

I got to just under 2 miles out and my legs started to convulse – swinging between stiffening up and turning to jelly. I had to ring Lauren to make her talk to me so I didn’t stop. They’re not wrong when they say the last few miles are hell – particularly when the organisers kindly stick what definitely felt like a massive hill at the end of it!

4:13:37 chip time. That in itself is something I’m massively pleased with; but more importantly I’m on the marathon board, and ready to take on the next one – but maybe not for a few months yeah?


Finally a request from Fitzy for those who took part in the DIRT relays: a short survey, and the possibility of winning £500 vouchers

I’ve been asked by Forestry England to circulate this survey to your team members please.

https://www.pages05.net/forestrycommission/activeforests/2019-20/PhysicalActivity19

Below is some information for your event participants to encourage people to complete the survey and also to go on your social media. Please see below.

“Thank you for taking part in our survey. The information you provide will really help us to develop and improve your forest experience. The information you provide will be analysed by the Forestry England research team to explore the types of activities people undertake, their motivations for being physical active and the benefits they gain from outdoor physical exercise in a woodland environment. If you have taken part in a group, please forward this survey to other members..

This survey usually takes 3 mins to complete. By completing the survey your email address will be entered into a draw to win a £200 Go Outdoors voucher, with 5 runners-up receiving annual membership to their local forest. Terms and conditions apply.

Your email address is required in order to submit the survey. It will not be used for marketing purposes but it will be used to contact you about the competition and follow up survey after which it will be deleted. We will not share your contact details with any third parties. By providing us with this information and submitting your email address you are consenting to us using it for the purposes described above.”

 

Parkrun

Please find the consolidated Helsby RC results for last week’s parkrunners, well done to all, as well as those who volunteered on Saturday.

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

That’s all folks, this blog comes alive through your contributions, so thanks and keep the reports coming.

Email to: helsby-race-reports@outlook.com

Happy running!
Karen 🙂

Helsby RC weekly round up 26th Aug to 1st Sept

Welcome to all readers and welcome to the start of autumn bringing with it lots of club events to get involved in.

Sunday 8th September is the North West Road Relays, this year being held at Edge Hill University, Ormskirk.  Men in teams of four with each runner completing 5km, and three runners in the women’s teams again running 5km each.

Then on Saturday 21st September, the second DIRT event is coming up, and as reigning champions in both the mens and ladies categories, we would love it if we can muster up 2-3 teams. Ideally a mens, ladies and possibly a mixed team. All details below. Please email me at fitzpatrick_chris@hotmail.com or drop me a message on Facebook to register your interest and I’ll sort the teams out. It was a brilliant event last year, and there are a few new clubs included this year so it looks like it’ll be good fun.

DIRT is the Delamere Interclub Relay Trail event, organised by Delamere Spartans. The event is a fun team event, and comprises four loops of between 4 and 8km within Delamere forest with roughly 500m of climb (1650 ft) using established paths and trails.
• Race 1: 5.1k (3.2 miles), 47m ascent: individual runner
• Race 2: 6k (4 miles), 260m ascent (850’): pairs
• Race 3: ~6-8k (4-5 miles) (note distance is approximate: runners will be given numbers of four location posts and asked to collect them in the fastest time: pairs
• Race 4: ‘Park run’: 5km (3.1 miles), 29m ascent: individual runners

The first race starts at 16.00 on Saturday 21 September 2019, with runners tagging their team mates as they finish their leg. Each race starts and finishes by the barrier at the bottom of the main path up Old Pale. Race HQ is the main car park on the left past the visitor centre.

The event is open to runners from Delamere Spartans, Helsby, Pensby Runners, Tattenhall Runners, Spectrum Striders and Wirral Vikings.

Teams can be between 3 and 6 runners, the ideal being 5 or 6. Smaller team mean that runners will have to complete more than one leg! Entry is £2.50 per runner which includes parking.

* Thank you Fitzy for the above info!

Also coming up:

  • the Wirral Multi-terrain series on Tuesday evenings through September
  • L&D cross-country league starting Saturday 12th October
  • Border League starting Sunday 13th October
  • North West cross-country league starting Sunday 20th October

Finally, Steve Riley has shared via facebook the great news that we’ve been nominated for the ‘Best Half Marathons North‘, you can vote for the 4VHM using the below link.

https://www.letsdothis.com/challengeawards/best-of-the-uk/half-marathons-north

Thank you.


Mid-Cheshire 5k (summer)

Eight Helsby runners took part in the summer 5k in Kingsley on Thursday 29th August, results as below.

Hannah Cowley  17:50
Daz Sankey  18:06
June Whitehead  19:06
Trevor Lewis  20:29
Rachael Holden  21:59
Neil Fergusson  23:35
Chris Morgan  26:31
Karen Horsley  31:59

Parkrun

Please find the consolidated Helsby RC results for last week’s parkrunners, well done to all, as well as those who volunteered on Saturday.

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

That’s all folks, this blog comes alive through your contributions, so thanks and keep the reports coming.

Email to: helsby-race-reports@outlook.com

Happy running!
Karen 🙂

Helsby RC weekly round up 15th – 21st July

Summer has well and truly arrived hitting us with temperatures in the 30s and thunderstorms, challenging weather makes for challenging running.

Wednesday 17th July was the Summer handicap, thank you Phil Gillard for the below report and for your organisation of this event.

Firstly a big shout out for all the marshals (Joe, Bill Mario, Louise, Jenny and Helen) on what was a damp Wednesday evening when 18 determined runners lined up on the quarry car park for this year’s summer handicap. Two laps up over and round the hill for the approximate 2.5 mile course.

Order of finishing below:

1
Ben Tumilty
2 Tom Atherton
3 Steve Riley
4 Peter Rodriguez
5 Ben Crossley
6 Dave Feakes
7    Tracey Woods
Mike Barnard
Vanessa Griffiths
10  Richard Hankins
11  Steve Wiggins
12  Ian Landucci
13  Leah Binns
14  Debbie Reed
15 Chris Igoe
16  Janet Robertson
17 Lesley Feakes
18 Chris Collins
Non handicapped times:
Name Minutes Seconds
Chris Collins 17 28
Ben Crossley 19 29
Peter Rodriguez 20 20
Richard Hankins 21 35
Ben Tumilty 22 10
Steve Riley 22 15
Dave Feakes 22 47
Ian Landucci 22 57
Tom Atherton 24 33
Vanessa Griffiths 25 41
Mike Barnard 25 48
Leah Binns 26 34
Steve Wiggins 26 43
Janet Robertson 26 57
Debbie Reed 27 22
Tracey Woods 27 23
Lesley Feakes 27 44
Chris Igoe 29 10

Parkrun

Please find the consolidated Helsby RC results for last week’s parkruns, well done to all members who took part.

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

That’s all folks, short and sweet this week – thanks for the great reports, keep them coming.
Emails to:
helsby-race-reports@outlook.com

Karen 🙂

Helsby RC weekly round up 3rd – 9th June

Hi everyone,

Firstly, thank you to the lads for eagerly welcoming myself and Susie to the blogging team.  For those who don’t know me (as I’ve only been in the club for a year) here I am soaked through to my very core in crazy committed runner style at the NW road relays at Delamere and on a pleasant summer evening at the Chester Spring 5.

So, now we’ve been introduced, on with the business…

Reminders:

  • Subs are due by 30th June.
    Those who haven’t paid by this date will be deemed to have resigned from the club (and from England Athletics).  Contact Tim Palmer if you need a payment link.
  • Friday 14th – Club Presentation Evening and BBQ, 6.30pm at the club
    email Louise HelsbyRCSocial@outlook.com with numbers incl. if any vegetarians, and please bring a salad or a dessert – hope to see you all there
  • Wednesday 19th – Robbie Webster’s Wobbler, 7.30pm at Forest Hills car park
    email Chris@baynham-hughes.com if you can help out with the event

Race Reports
First up we have two reports on “Up The Beast”!

Up The Beast
by Debbie Reead

11 Helsby vests turned up for Up The Beast, a fell race not far from Loggerheads.
It’s only just over 4 miles long but it’s a tough, challenging run with two steep ascents, some steep downhills and a lovely start and finish running through the woods. If you take the opportunity there are some stunning views to be had from the top.
Helsby ladies did well with Laura being 3rd lady home and Chris winning her age category.

Up The Beast
by Laura Baynham-Hughes

Up the Beast fell race last Wednesday saw a good green army turnout. Although alas no sack of potatoes this year for being club with biggest team (Buckley were triumphant this time).

This is a great local race with a bit of everything – starting on a track through the woods we were treated to rocky climbs, grassy descents, wooded trails and a finish line next to a pub. Froddy continued his track record of getting a bit lost in the woods -at least I wasn’t following him this time!!

Well done to Christine who picked up V60 prize and I was pleased with 3rd lady and obligatory bottle of vino. Full results not out yet.

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Deestriders Off Road Series: race 1
by Debbie Read

Just 2 Helsby vests, me and Ben, turned up for the 1st race in Deestriders Off Road Series on Thursday evening.
Starting and finishing at the recreational fields of the former TATA Sports and Social Club just past the ice rink at Deeside. CH5 1PY

The race is just over 4.5 miles long and has a XC feel about it so those of you that have never done cross country before this would be an excellent introduction for you. Being as it’s summer there’s very little mud, it’s flat (bar a couple of banks going into the embankment) and like most XC races there a couple of laps of the field to start (helps thin the runners out before the course narrows) then 2 laps of the course, along the River Dee towards Connahs Quay, across some fields, into the woods, back towards the start, along the embankment, do it all again then a lap of the field to the finish. Very well marshalled and great encouragement along the way.

The next race in the series is Thursday 7:30 4th July, entries available on the night.

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Double Sandstone Trail run

Special mention to Gaz O’Connor and Paul Cunningham for their amazing 68 mile double Sandstone Trail run which took them from Frodsham to Whitchurch and then back to Frodsham.  Starting at 5am, they reached Whitchurch at 2pm and were back in Frodsham at about 10.30pm just in time for last orders.  Tremendous effort guys!

Parkrun

Please find the consolidated Helsby RC results for last week’s parkruns, well done to all members who took part.

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

And finally, thank you to Jackie for representing the club at the Parish Council meeting on Monday at which they confirmed their commitment to fund £100,000 towards the new club.

That’s all folks – thanks for the great reports, keep them coming.
Emails to:
helsby-race-reports@outlook.com

Karen 🙂