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Wakefield Thornes 
Rother Valley 
Bognor Regis 
Burnham and Highbridge 
Dalby Dash10k 
Tatton Half Marathon 
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The first event of the 2016/17 season is on 27 November at Temple Newsam. This does however clash with the Barnsley 10k - a Grand Prix event. There is nothing we can do about this so its down to individual choice. Other dates are 18 December, 22 January, 19 February and 5th March.
Yorkshire 10k Champion:
Becky Winter was once again successful at the Yorkshire Coast 10k at Scarborough which incorporates the County Championships.
James Roberts 20:33
Richard Payne 24:52
William Hughes (JR) 25:46
Jenna Thompson 27:33
Dawn Sketchley 27:48
Nina Williams 26:36
Tracy Bridgett 33:05
Rother Valley parkrun
Aaron Gill 23:06
Evan Gill (JR)25:52
Joe Worthington 38:39
Chris Sharp 43:49
Lesley Needham 55:24
Year Best 5ks
Richard Smart 22:29 (Nostell)
John Burke-Tomlnson 27:59 (Nostell)
Course Best parkruns
Sarah Hunter 19:57 (Pontefract)
Elly Roberts 20:34 (Nostell)
Stephen Berry 30:55 (Nostell)
Could you please check THIS LIST of people booked on for a meal and coach transport. If you no longer want your place please let Lesley Needham or Vicky Wathey know asap as there is a waiting list. Check the meal options below.
Payments: - to Lesley or Vicky - cash in envelope together with a note of your meal choices or by bacs - use ref Edwin. If by bacs please message Lesley/Vicky to confirm and with your meal choices.
Anyone with food allergies / dietary requirements - let them know.
2 Course Meal £19, Coach £5
Turkey with usual trimmings, or
Homemade beef stew & dumplings, or
Sea bream fillet, roasted cauliflower puree, truffle, risotto & kale, or
Loin of pork, carrot puree, roasted shallot & baby carrots, pomme fondant, whole grain mustard & whisky source, or
Butternut squash textures, goats cheese mousse, honey roasted walnuts & watercress
Christmas pud & brandy source, or
Black Firest gateau, or
Winter Berry pudding, or
Date & Walnut sponge & custard, or
Stilton, brie & cheddar, homemade chutney, celery, grapes & biscuits
- sounds good!
A beautiful Autumn morning for our 73 members to run through the woods and along canal tow paths.
The Handicap Winner was Dawn Sketchley who left the others 'eating leaves'. Well done Dawn - a just reward for the hard work put in over recent weeks. The 1st Male trophy winner was Richard Payne who is another recent member - a great start and earns him a place in the XC team!.
Don't forget the ballot for our 3 marathon places takes place at the Quiz Night at the Electric Theatre on Wakefield Road after training - 8:00 - 10:00. Nibbles will be provided. We also have on offer through England Athletics 10 places for the Brighton Marathon (Entry fee £69.50). More details HERE If you are interested, please let Steve Berry know.
If you haven't forwarded your rejection letter for the London Ballot - get it in asap - you could miss out if your'e not in!
Well done to Liane Warren for her epic 40m run on a treadmilll in Wakefield City Centre. She is raising finds for her 10 marathons in 10 days challenge next year -another £200 added on Saturday.
Her Garmin map won't show much!
The series start on 26 November when we host the first race at Nostell Priory. If you wish to participate in race 1 of any others in the series you need to pre-register to obtain a race number. The cost is a mere £3 - please contact Ruth Walker asap -she will want your money also! See her at trtaining or respond to her post on the club facebook page.
We do of course require marshals for Race 1 at Nostell - please respond to our facebook post or email the club.
We had two male teams and 1 female team thoroughly enjoying participating in the national XC relay championships. No medals but loads of satisfaction. The XC season is just gathering steam - plenty of opportunities for mass participation.
Well done to our Mens A team who finished 159th - Rich Ritucci, Terry Sinar, John Walters, John Roberts; our B team of Kevin Guttridge, Carl Britton, Tom Camponi and Paul Gallagher and our ladies team who finished 98th - Gail Wrangles, Nina Williams and Elly Roberts.
Ultra distance running seems to be catching! Simon Bennett and Tim Ashby tackled the tough moorland 60 mile course. Simon is an experienced ultra running and finished in 13th place. Tim was tackling his first ultra and did really well to pass the half way point before having to retire - his body had apparantly become deleted of alcohol and he was missing Gemma. Well done Tim - we know you'll not let it lie there! Mock Wigglesworth took the more sensible choice of the 30m route and fonished well.