Thursday, 20 July 2017
Saturday, 15 July 2017
Thursday, 13 July 2017
Monday, 10 July 2017
Saturday, 8 July 2017
Bull Hill fell race report
In my opinion this is one of the best local fell races, since in one small race it manages to combine most of the key elements of fell running, including its own mini-fell, bottomless bogs, rocky & uneven surfaces, some good descents and plenty of great views. So if you’re not sure whether fell running is for you, you’ll have a pretty good idea after doing this one!
7 A&T runners made the 1 mile trek to the start line, to set off up an initially deceptively flat road, which soon banked upwards and around a couple of bends, onto the moors. At this point it levelled off and we followed a narrow trod across the moorland. Though with Dave’s (evil) Monday track session still in my legs I was blowing by this point and was glad that I had no opportunity for overtaking. Luckily there was then some brief relief with an easy downhill down a path, before we got to the waterfall and the mini-fell, which is a shock to the system and proper hand-on-knees stuff.
Plenty of undulations then followed, until we passed the monument to the Pilgrim’s Cross at the top of the hill. You’d expect it to be all downhill from there, but no, they continue to knock the stuffing out of you with false promises of downhills, each followed by another rise, interspersed with boggy ground. Eventually you end up on a tricky narrow path which contours the final descent, eventually ending in a stream to ford and marshalls telling you that you’re nearly there (liars!). A sign showing “400m to go” is for some reason placed what seems like about a mile away, and this is followed by a “200m to go” which somehow feels even further from the finish than the 400m. However, this is all explained by Einstein’s slightly less well known Special Theory of Fellativity, which explains how the inclusion of mud and a hill in the last 200m of a fell race distorts space-time, causing time to slow and distances to increase. At least it must be something like that. One women summed it all up nicely, as she finally spotted the finish and decided to walk the last 50 yards, “F*ck it!” she stated emphatically. I couldn’t agree more.
Anyway, we were all safely home and performance of the day must surely go to Kerry, who knocked an amazing 11 minutes off her time from last year. Well done Kerry and everyone else who took part.
The race results can be found on John Schofield and the fell champs have been updated on the A&T website. The Run the Moors chaps have also been very efficient and have updated their champs too.
Tuesday, 4 July 2017
I now have a full list of volunteers and pacers for this Saturday at Pennington Flash.
Please could I ask that you all arrive for 08:30 for a quick briefing and photo. Please could you wear some form of A&T kit, as the whole idea of this process is to promote the club and to attract new members.
Friday, 30 June 2017
Thursday, 29 June 2017
Eddie's Revenge Fell Race report - Phil Riley
Who the F!@K is Eddie??
Apparently, Eddie Miln formerly of Middleton Harriers, setup the race and then promptly moved a safe distance away to the sanctuary of Blackpool! Thanks Eddie, hope you're enjoying the beach while we all tackle your Big One!!
This revenge of a race was organised by Middleton Harriers and was £5 entry or free with a homemade cake! Registration took place in the warm, dry and peaceful St Saviours C of E Church, near Shaw. Not that could be said for the weather, course and conditions awaiting us. Due to the weather, waterproof jackets were mandatory to be worn or carried...and so began the obligatory panicking among the team to make sure all had jackets (or bum bags stuffed with socks Phil Spencer!) and due faffing on whether to wear them under/over A&T vests or carried or tied around the waist etc etc etc! The start was 200m away at Shore Edge Methodist Church. Again, a religious tone that would only get more colourful at the finish line!!
132 brave lambs including 11 A&Ters (9 men and 2 ladies) listened to a short course briefing before being set off by the woof of the Mountain Rescue dog! This was my first Club Fell race and Tim had kindly given me a 'Tim Top Tip' which was to try and start near the front and get in a good position leading into a bit of a bottle neck 1/4mile from the start. Heeding the mountain goats wise words, I set off a little too 'briskly' for my own lungs and was already blowing badly before the first real climb upto the fells! At least I was on the podium at this point!
Tim, Rob and Carl had already disappeared up the hill and as I started turning purple, another of our mountain goats Simon soon passed me. The fell master dealt a disapproving shake of the head as he bounded up the rocky path. Phil Spencer then caught me as we nearly reached the top of the first lung busting climb. Even though the rain had stopped, conditions were still damp and the paths were rocky, slippy and muddy in places. I am quite a good descender but I didn't fancy any face planting this evening! As I re-passed Phil, the first descent was scuppered by Sloan's pre-race nobbling trick of telling me to tie my jacket around the waist, half zipped and tucked in! It started to come down and for the next few hundred metres looked like I was running in a kilt while trying to retrieve something from my sporran! Sloan duly flew past with all arms flailing as I grappled with my bits as we headed back Up!
The slippery Sloan wasn't too far in front as the race saw us summit Crompton Moor where we were then hit with head winds as we picked our way back across the fell and onto a very steep and narrow descent. This was pretty treacherous trying to come down at speed. With the added obstacle at the bottom of three posts strategically positioned in the middle of the narrow path (probably left there by our friend Eddie), just to finish anyone off who's legs hadn't already been felled!! (did you see what I did there!?)
No one else had caught me so I was looking good even if I wasn't feeling it. One more 'lump' followed as I checked around for any blue vests hunting me down, before another short sharp rocky descent close to the finish. A quick hurdle over some wooden path traps and across the finish line! 1000ft of climb in 3.7miles and some scars to show for it! Notably a pulled Tricep! Of all things to pull...a tricep in a fell race! Maybe I should try using the legs!
In the finish area, Tiger Tim was looking pretty pleased with himself after bagging 3rd place overall and Rob with a fantastic top ten. As we waited for all the A&T athletes to finish, the air turned more and more blue with everyone's descriptions of the 'undulating' course! We had a good chuckle at Anthony who was pipped on the final corner by Kieran. Anthony apparently wasn't aware of where the finish was! 'Strategically' holding something back for a fast finish!! Good work. Better luck next time...
We headed down and back to the Church to warm up with a brew and a cake before the award presentation. And as I told Dave's supporting mother about her son...Tim, despite earlier insisting on wanting a quick getaway, waited patiently for his box of maltesers! We hope Kay enjoyed eating them!
Well done to all and great effort. It was a good honest race and I personally loved my first Club Fell race and will be back for more....next time with more legs and less wardrobe malfunction!
Tim Campbell 26.55
Rob Johnson 28.47
Simon Ford 31.16
Carl Murray 31.23
Dave Sloan 32.14
Phil Riley 33.10
Kieran Lomas 35.02
Anthony Hart 35.07
Phil Spencer-Gray 35.23
Clare Matchwick 39.12
Kerry Lomas 47.30
If you're on Strava check out the Flyby:
Official results here:
Next Fell race is next week: 6th July 7.30pm, Bull Hill, Bury (BS) 5.5miles, 1099ft
Monday, 26 June 2017
Our water station is on "The Lane"
From Atherton go up Newbrook Road to the lighs, over the lights to the next step of lights. Turn left onto Hulton Lane A6145. At the bottom turn left and next right up Beaumont Road to the top. We are on Chorley New Road (A673).
The station will open at 11am to set up. We need 25 volunteers at any one time during the day. It is going to be very busy.
Please let me know if you are able to help. Some of us are staying all day but you are free to come and go as you please. It would be helping to get an idea of what times people are expecting to attend
1) all day
4) late afternoon
Friday, 23 June 2017
There will be extra bonus points on offer at this race so its certainly not to be missed. There will be a £2 fee to cover the costs of prizes payable to me on the night.
This race is open to any A&T member only and club vests or T-shirts to be worn.
If you have not been entering any of the Road Races this year you are still more than welcome to attend and enter this event, it will be a fun exclusive club night just like the Track mile was.
Clue 1. The race will be a distance between 1 mile and 6.5 miles
Thursday, 22 June 2017
All of us managed to complete the race and that in itself was a great achievement.
My personal highlight of the evening was the support given to everyone member at the finish line and we all stayed until the last runner came home which was more than could be said for the other clubs - fantastic team spirit. thank you.
Tim and Josie were the first A&T members home :- congratulations to you both.
Full results to be found here :-https://www.race-results.co.uk/results/2017/jub172.htm
Next race will be the captains mystery race on the 12-7-2017. Don't ask questions just turn up and all will be revealed. There will be a £2 charge for the race to cover costs of prizes.
Tuesday, 20 June 2017
Results as follows:
David Sloan 10:51
Jonathan Hyde 11:06(.9)
Mark Collins 11:09
Brendan Loughrey - Not time given
Mark Riches 11:44
Simon Ford - No time given
Phil S-G - No time given
Neil Hodgson 13:09
Claire Matchwick 13:10
'Blisters' Paul Roberts 14:05
Rachel Haslam 14:08
Matt Perry 14:10
Dave Bennett - No time given
Friday, 16 June 2017
After great success at the last event we have decided to take over the volunteering roles at Parkrun on the 8th July. I'm looking at making this event a pacing event as well due to the positive feedback we received last time. I'm now looking for volunteers for this event, below is a list of roles that need filling. If you able to help out on Saturday 8th July and fill one of the roles then please let me know. Either by email. Christopher_bennett_9@hotmail.com or leave a message on the Facebook thread.
Roles required :-
Run Director - Chris Bennett
Time Keeper -
Backup Time keeper-
Finish Tokens -
Marshall x5 -
Barcode Scanner x 4 -
Tail Runner - Catherine Brides
Report Writer -
Pacing Team, lead by Jon hall
Thanks for your continued support
Thursday, 15 June 2017
Either of the Lions Bridge events count towards the A&T's Ultra section championship.
Louise Simpson Aesthetics
Thomas Smith Fasteners
N Digital Design
There are a number of roles that need filling, some of which you are free to race.
If anyone can help please email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact a committee member via email or facebook.
10 course marshals - Chris Scholes,
3 x Car Park (can race) - Tim Campbell (team leader), Barry Allman, Phil Griffiths
2 x Course set and clean up (can race) - Brendan Loughrey,
3 x Registration (can race) - Gary Stevens (team leader), Louise Simpson, Dave Sloan
3 x Time Keepers - Mark Riches (team leader), Gary Stevens
1x Water Station - Jon Hall & Cath Worsley
1 x presentation - Chris Bennett
1 x race starter - Chris Bennett
3 or 4 x handing out t-shirts -Emma Stevens, Annabel Stevens,
Monday, 12 June 2017
How Now Brown Cow?
Race HQ for the Knowl Hill fell race was at the Brown Cow pub in Norden near Rochdale. Another great turnout of 11 A&T runners met there to register, including Kieran and Kerry, who were taking part in Knowl Hill fell race as the final part of Rochdale Harriers’ 3 day event, excitingly entitled “Rochdale Harriers’ 3 Day Event”. Not a very imaginative name, but it was a tough set of races, so well done to them both for completing all three races so strongly. The fell race itself was well supported, easily beating last year’s 137 runners with 205 entrants. I suspect that this was partly down to it being included in the Run the Moors champs, with several clubs well–represented. As conditions were good and the course was well-marked and marshalled, there were no kit requirements.
Before the race there were handshakes and good lucks all round for the A&T crew, and after the usual safety talk, we were started by a local councillor blowing a whistle, immediately going into the first climb. Following the recent experience of the Foe Edge start this felt pretty mild, as we followed a gentle slope up a road for about a mile, before going left onto the moors, to follow a trail around a reservoir. However, it soon got harder as we hit the first bump, which slowed even the toughest, knarliest old fellrunner to a hands-on-knees shuffle. Usually these local fell races only have one hill like that one, but after conquering the first we soon hit another, even bigger one which had a slightly sharper gradient and so was more like a scramble for most people. I was struggling by this point and a few people overtook me, which meant that they all had targets on their backs for the downhill, which I was praying was going to come soon.
“Been around the World and I I I, I can’t find my baby”. Huh? Interspersed with concentrating on not falling off the edge of a mountain, I always find that strangest things jump into my head on fell races. Okay, so Lisa Stansfield was the only person that I could think of from Rochdale, but why start an annoying ear-worm halfway up a scramble, when I should be ensuring that I don’t put my hand in a pile of sheep poo? … Anyway, back to the race and another sharp, but runnable climb took us to the top of Knowl Hill itself. Every racer had a tag on a string that they had to hand in at the top of the hill to prove that you’d made it that far, not made easy by the strong wind across the top blowing the token all over the place. But bliss, we now had some downhill and flat bits. And better still for me, some “technical” bits that I’m usually good on, meaning that I was able to overhaul the chaps that had overtaken me on the earlier hills. I was still jiggered, but moving well, soon catching another small group and made my move to pass them down a hill. As I drew level I tripped at full pelt and dived spectacularly head first into a bog, making a huge splash and getting absolutely covered in mud from head to toe. Fell races are ace!
I don’t really know how much further it was to the end as my watch was covered in mud, but after several more ups and mostly downs, we finally reached the end down a cobbled and slippery road.
All in all, it was a good, fun and testing fell race. Plus as always, spectacular views were guaranteed, with good support this time from Dave and Frank the fell running dog. Apparently there was also a dead sheep.
Well done to everyone from A&T, results can be found through the link below and the fell champs have been updated on the website.
Sunday, 11 June 2017
Sunday, 4 June 2017
Knowl Hill fell race
The next race in the fell champs is on Sunday 11th July at 11:00 at Knowl Hill, Norden, Rochdale. Registration is at the Brown Cow pub (OL12 7RB). It’s 6 miles with 1299ft of climb, so slightly longer, but less steep than Foe Edge. As usual, stunning scenery is guaranteed! Entry is £5 on the day, or you can enter online in advance. Normal FRA kit rules apply which, at this time of year and assuming decent weather, will likely mean nothing needed, but come prepared. Just to let you know as well that the race is actually the last part of a 3 day event being held by Rochdale Harriers, so if you’re feeling fit and up for a challenge, then check it out.
Just a mention also that there’s a good local fell race being held by Horwich on Thursday, Walsh 2 Lads, which some of you will have done before. I’m going to try to go, kids allowing!
If you have any questions on any of this, or need me to bring some spare kit, then just give me a shout.
Friday, 26 May 2017
Monday, 22 May 2017
Today was always going to be a tough day, the weather had been looking unkind in the build up with torrential downpours on Saturday when we were all making our way down the M6 through the sea of rubber-neckers admiring a fatal accident on the other side of the carriageway (i won't give my opinion on that as there are children present, but safe to say it disgusts me). Anyway, we all got to the venue nice and early to sit through the 45min race brief, which, to be honest, is not the death by slideshow you would expect, these boys can hold a crowd.
With everybody appeased that they knew what was happening in the morning we all headed back to our respective hotels, grabbed some food and a couple of pints (to help with sleep) and set our alarms for 3:45 (yes, am!)
One thing about the Outlaw Half that isn't ideal is that bike racking is on the morning of the event, which is the same for most half distance events, but because of the traffic on the local roads they also have an early start which means that bike racking is between 5-6am with wave 1 setting off at 6:15. It is here that I would like to thank all of those who came early to help/spectate and remained there for the whole day, you were amazing and much needed and appreciated!!
So to the race, 9 A&T members lined up for the start, Myself, John Lee, Chris Scholes, Phil Riley, Ian Joslin, Michelle Fairclough, Jane Ecclestone, Tracy Waterfall-Chadwick & Emma Higgins. All raring to go with the exception of Emma, who was having jitters before her first ever open water triathlon after a bad experience in the cold water of Salford Quays the week before, but after a few pep talks we were all ready to go and do ourselves proud.
What can i say about the swim start! Well, they break it down into 4 waves at 15minute intervals, and for good reason too. For me it was daunting, I generally have a panic in the water in my first couple of races and this delivered, 2 stops in the first 250m to catch my breath and get a bit of space, then I was off. It seems that I got off a bit lightly though, as Scholesy had a similar issue, but in the middle of the front pack and ended up clinging onto a canoe, luckily they let him continue and everyone got out of the water safe and in good time.
T1 was where Emma and Phil had their breakfast and a brew.
The he start of the bike loop is quite nice for the social triathlete as it gives you 3miles to go around the lake and sort your kit/food/drinks out for the day, get a photo from your loved ones and hopefully not ride into a duck, Phil!
There were some cracking times posted for the bike leg and it was a great course to do it on too. The first 8-10 miles were flat with the rest being undulating with one decent hill to speak of which even for us slow cyclist
The final 2miles of the course does let the ride down a bit as it is down gravelly tracks/bumpy private roads, but it is picturesque and an honour to be able to cycle through the stately grounds (rather than the hectic A52).
As i came into T2, i saw John heading out and after a couple of minutes sorting my stuff and visiting the facilities I was out on the course to chase everyone down (I knew Scholesy was out there somewhere too!) I also saw Phil docking his bike on my way out, so the race was on (even though all of these boys had started 15-30 mins after me).
It is safe to say that the run was tough for everyone, some pushed too hard on the bike, some were just not as fit as they'd have liked to be (me), some suffered with the nutrition and others had over-indulged on honeymoon. We had all joked the day before when they gave us sunscreen at registration, but the sun came out and it got very warm, as Emma's new tattoos are testament to:
The run course is pan-flat with 2-laps of a narrow out-and-back section followed by a lap of the lake. The out and back section was quite good for gauging how far ahead or behind someone you were, as me and Phil noticed as both times we saw each other it was a quick check of the watch and a high5. It was here i caught my first glimpse of Jane and Michelle. I would like to say it was with them running strong, but they both seemed to be loitering around the aid stations, after speaking to Jane afterwards apparently it was the story of her run, lesson for the day - nothing new on race day!
The finishing straight for Outlaw is a one-off, with friends and family around it is amazing and the only event that still allows people to finish with their loved ones, it was a heartwarming site to see Emma come down there with her son Daniel after a long hard day and after such an achievement to be able to share that moment is awesome, thank you OSB events.
Everybody finished safe and we all had our individual stories of how the day went, but the most important thing was that we all enjoyed ourselves, the event was well organised and we had some great support on the course, especially the guys on the hill for the run, you know who you are!
I must say also, the food was fantastic, a crack team of chefs absolutely smashed it!
Would i do this race again (for a third time)? Absolutely! I'm not sure that every body else shares my enthusiasm, but i loved it!!!
Wednesday, 17 May 2017
Thursday, 11 May 2017
This race was not in the club championships but I was offering a bonus point to all those that attended in keeping with our obligation to the CLGP.
Thanks to Kerry Lomas and Jo Richies for your support on the course.
Here is a link to the result - however i think there is an error with Mark Richies result as he was a lot further up the field than what is shown - but not sure whereabouts he was apart from infant of me !
The next road race will be the Horwich 5 on the new date of 21st June. See you all there.
Wednesday, 10 May 2017
Astley & Tyldesley RR
Monday, 8 May 2017
Who would have ever thought between Hindley, Ince and Platt Bridge a former open cast-mining site would have ever provided such a wonderful setting for the 6th road fixture of 2017.
251 runners were greeted by glorious sunshine and smiles from marshals and supporters. With 28 blue vests initial impressions were one of world domination from A&T runners but a quick reccie of the results showed that Wesham Road Runners also fielded 28 runners but A&T certainly made the biggest noise with 5 out of the top 20 places. Today was the best-attended event to date in the 2017 road champs apart from the mile track challenge.
1st up for the ladies Josie Maley-Jones followed by Susan Fletcher aka Louise Simpson and thirdly Rachel Haslam.
1st up for the men Tim Campbell followed by Mark Collins and Brendan Loughrey. Tim was 2016 winner, however looking at last year’s results no one else from last years top 10 attempted this race today, well done Tim.
With all runners home and dry, pie and peas and the odd pint were enjoyed by all out on the grass in yet more glorious sunshine with prizes aplenty.
Elsewhere a couple of A&T members were playing away in Chorley at the Yarrow River Bluebell 10k trail. Whilst we were enjoying even more fabulous sweet treats from Kay they were ‘allegedly’ sloshing in the river, not sure if any of this is true or just some wet t-shirt fantasy of Bacon Mons!
Results can found here: http://www.ukresults.net/2017/wigan10k.html
Date for the next road race, Wednesday 21st June, Horwich 5, details can be found here: http://www.horwichrmiharriers.co.uk/road_section/welcome.php
Wednesday, 3 May 2017
This race will be on Wednesday 21st June and not the 14th - as this race forms part of our road championships its important we let as many people as we know about this change.
Saturday, 29 April 2017
Here is the link For timings etc.
Monday, 24 April 2017
Sunday, 23 April 2017
The Cake Race
The next club race is on the fells next Saturday 29th April and is The Cake Race at Diggle. I did this last year, it’s a lovely run and I would recommend it, but would class it more as a tough trail race than a fell race, the biggest descent/ascent being 2 (long, long) flights of steps. At 9.9 miles don’t take it lightly, but if you are confident of a half marathon, then you’ll be okay.
The race starts at 11am and entry is either £5 on the day, or free with a homemade cake (which brings the added excitement of a cake judging competition and prizes after the race!). ALL my brownies had gone last year, with a stack of the winning entry still left over . . . but I’m not bitter about that (...fix!)
Parking is tight near the start/finish, so allow time for parking a short trot away, but there’s a village hall type place that you can leave stuff in (at your risk) if you wanted to take a bag or a jumper. Note that if the weather is poor then they may expect you to have full body cover, i.e. waterproof top and trousers, although last year rain/hail was forecast and they only wanted the top. They do also state a requirement to carry map (print off website), compass, whistle and emergency food (e.g. a gel), so make sure that you have these, plus something to carry them in. I have a couple of spare whistles and a spare compass if anyone needs one, plus some other spare kit. In fact, I have at least 1 spare of everything, so IM me if you need anything, but it’ll be in the boot of the car anyway. There’s a good description of the course and a copy of the route map that you can print off on the race website, which is at the URL below. However the race was well-attended and well-marked last year, so navigation wasn’t a problem.
Give me a shout if you have any questions, hope you enjoy the race!
Wednesday, 19 April 2017
The club have decided to take the busy water station at 'The Lane', just off Beaumont Road near Chorley New Road, which is one of the busiest points on the course. We need to have 25 people manning the station at all times during the day. The marathon is from early afternoon to late evening. We appreciate most people are working the Monday but we will be needing people to stay as late as possible. If you can only do a few hours you might be better doing the late shift as the afternoon shift will be easier to fill.
Family and friends are more than welcome to help but MUST be registered.
The IRONMAN UK race season is fast approaching, and with the introduction of another new race in Edinburgh, it promises to be our busiest yet. Now more than ever, we need our enthusiastic and dedicated volunteers to perform crucial roles and to help make 2017 our most successful year to date. As someone who has previously volunteered at an IRONMAN event, or expressed an interest, we'd love to have you on the team!
The registration forms for all events can all be found at www.ironman.com/ukvolunteers. Alternatively, you can follow the links below:
IRONMAN UK Bolton on Sunday 16 July 2017
You will need to sign-up as a volunteer for each race individually (so if you would like to join us at more than one race - please remember to fill out the relevant registration form for each one).
If you have any questions, please contact email@example.com
We very much hope to see you in the summer!
The IRONMAN UK Volunteer Team 2017
Sunday, 16 April 2017
Race Report – Rivingon Pike Fell Race
The thronging crowds peered anxiously down the hill, as the ominous rumbling sound gradually grew louder and louder,until it was so thunderous that the ground began to shake. Such a sound has not been heard since the dreaded hordes of Visgoths sacked Rome in 476 AD and is unlikely to be heard again until the Martian War Machine comes from hiding and decimates the World. Actually, on second thoughts though the noise wasn’t ominous . . . it was the sound of . . . fun!?
Suddenly the crowds beheld the awe-inspiring sight of 371 athletes sweeping majestically across the slopes towards the summit of Rivington Pike. One of them smiled, one of them shouted “Don’t film this shit”, all of them couldn’t believe that they’d given up a bank holiday afternoon for this. That’s right, it was the 125th running of the country’s oldest fell race, and by jingo it was a good one.
16 well-toned A&T athletes nervously toed the start line opposite Lever Park gates for a road-based sprint start towards Rivington school, before veering off to the right and the start of the climb proper. From here it’s only 1 mile to the pike, but the route gradually becomes steeper and steeper up runnable paths, until you reach the last 100 yards, where most runners are reduced to hands-on-knees walking. Then, rounding the pike tower there’s momentary bliss as the ground levels out, and then BANG! it’s a hectic downhill sprint, back the way you came, to the finish. You need to be careful not to land on your arse (Bacon Mon), but it was all worth it for a pint in the pub and one of Kay’s brownies.
Thanks also to the A&T support on the route, some great photos from Terry online, plus I saw Jo & Mark, Gary, Barry, Stacey and Cath B, apologies if I missed anyone, I was mostly concentrating on not falling over!
Individual results are below, with some amazing performances, and the A&T champs are updated on the website, but it’s also worth mentioning the great results from a team perspective:
Men 6th team from 16
Men (Vets) 5th team from 17
Women 8th team from 13
Women (Vets) 7th team from 8
27 Tim Campbell V40 3 20:44
76 Carl Murray 23:14
97 David Sloan 23:40
113 Brendan Loughrey V50 17 24:22
177 Anthony Hart V45 20 26:39
192 Claire Matchwick L 26 27:17
210 Paul Basnett V45 23 28:05
248 Paul Daniel V40 31 29:43
257 Derek Coop V55 24 30:03
288 Ian Hamilton V65 8 31:26
298 Rachel Haslam L 53 32:07
319 Clare Unsworth L40 11 33:57
328 Tracy Loughrey L45 11 34:19
330 Kay Campbell L40 12 34:35
341 Robert Foster V50 39 35:56
350 Tracy Waterfall L40 16 36:40
Next on the calendar is the Cake Race in Diggle, Saddleworthon Sat 29th Apr. Free entry if you bring a cake! More on that in the next couple of weeks.