Newsdesk 2014

 RANELAGH HARRIERS E-NEWS # 438             21 November 2014
 Editor: Steve Rowland
 mailto: steverowland@ranelagh-harriers.com  

 *  Ranelagh finishes 7th in the second men’s Surrey League race and slips to
     7th overall. 
 *  Jon Pepper leads our team in 3rd place.   
 *  Megan de Silva finishes 16th in the London Championships, women's team
     places 10th
 *  Sacha Kennedy wins team silver at the London Youth Games
 *  parkrun placings for Michelle Davies, Rick Jenner, Duncan Mallison,
     Jackson Creegan, Kris Davidson, Marc Snaith, Becky Hall, Eirin McDaid,
     Trevor Maguire,  Wiebke Kortum and Julia Bailey  
 *  South of the Thames 5 miles (inc our women's championships) this Saturday
 *  Thursday track sessions at Osterley
 *  Last chance to book for our Christmas Party 

 SOUTH OF THE THAMES 5 miles CHAMPIONSHIP Saturday 22nd November on Wimbledon
 Men and women run together in this race, though there are separate awards.
 This year it also includes our club women's championship for the Hugh Jones
 Salver and our women's vets over 40 championship for Trish's Trophy. Start
 time is 2pm and entries are now closed.  

 Trevor Maguire writes:
 * Two Home Mob Matches Coming Up-– both of the upcoming Mob Matches are at
 home in Richmond Park against Thames Hare and Hounds (29th November) and South
 London Harriers (13th December)
 * Historic Cross Country Racing - This is originally how most cross
 country races were run!  If you have run a handicap or two and/or have run
 10 miles or half marathon road races then it is time to step up to run our
 Mob Matches
 * Big is good - It's the only type of race where we all run together
 as a club (just one club verses another) and we count a moral victory if we
 can vastly outnumber the opposition - this is a tangible benchmark of our
 success as a club AND it is important to run as a club so that everyone can
 wear their Ranelagh blue vest with pride (or failing that a blue vest of
 some kind so that we can tell the two Mobs apart). 
 * Club Chant - It is a good chance to join the club chant, which must
 be close to a hundred years old itself!!
 * Convenient - Not far to travel to Richmond Park, you just need
 register on the day between 13:30 and 14:00 by picking up a number from the
 club house before the walk up the hill to our usual start by Sidmouth Wood,
 opposite Pembroke Lodge in the park. If you're late, go straight to the
 * Everyone counts - well, very nearly all?  The scoring system is that
 the club who brings the least runners minus 3 is the official number of
 runners who count in each team i.e. if Ranelagh have 100 runners and Thames
 have 50 runners, then the number of scoring runners is 50-3=47, so the
 scoring position of the first 47 runners in each club is added up and the
 club with the lower points score wins.  
 so using the formula (smallest out of the two Mob teams minus 3)
 means that the designated number of scoring runners are the only people who
 score  BUT ........
 every Ranelagh runner who is ahead of one Thames scoring runner will
 mean that the Thames runner will score more points (low points is good in a
 mob match) e.g. out of the 150 runners in the example, all of the Ranelagh
 runners will have helped if they finish ahead of any of the (47 in the
 example) scoring runners from Thames.  So it matters if a Thames scoring
 runner finishes 80th, 100th or 140th as this is the number of points that
 runner will contribute to the final total. 
 * A known Course (Thomas Cup course x 2) - Running on our home course
 means that it should be easy enough to follow and for most of us we can
 follow other runners to learn the route on the first lap (unless you are in
 the lead!)
 * No specialist shoes needed - Our home course can get a bit splashy
 but it never gets very muddy so runners can use normal road shoes and run
 around the worst bits i.e. it doesn't ruin the enjoyment if you don't have
 trail shoes or spikes, which not everybody wants to purchase
 * Only one hill per lap - It is not that tough a course (all of the
 away Mob Matches are much hillier and far muddier)
 * Tea & cakes - in the clubhouse as normal after a home race, which
 are good social occasions to swap tales of the race"

 The Thames match incorporates our club veterans championships. Afterwards we
 host our visitors to a fish and chip supper in the clubhouse, price £10.
 Book for the supper with Andy Hayward andrewhayward@catalinare.com.
 The South London match incorporates our club championship for the Wynne Cup.

 The club will be subsidising track sessions on Thursday evenings at the
 Osterley track. There is a taster session on Thursday 4th December at
 7.30-8.30pm, coached by Karen Weir. All groups and all abilities are
 welcome! The sessions will then run for three months from 8th January 2015,
 every Thursday 7.30-8.30pm.  Link to the map is here:.

 A few places left - booking deadline this weekend! Our Christmas Party will
 take place at the Richmond Hill Hotel on Saturday 6th December starting at
 7pm. It will include a three-course meal plus wine, followed by a DJ and
 (optional!) dancing. The price is £50, To reserve your place contact Michele
 Gibson  micheleagibson@hotmail.com. Please include your food choices - see
 below. If you have already booked but have not let Michele know your choices
 please contact her without delay.
 Salmon Terrine complemented with a spring onion and celeriac remoulade,
 lemon and dill dressing
 Goat’s cheese and red onion tartlet with a crunchy fennel and caraway seed
 Fricassee of wild mushroom with garlic and cream served on toasted

 Roast turkey with cranberry, sage and onion stuffing, roast potatoes and
 glazed vegetables
 Braised lamb with creamed potatoes and winter vegetables
 Smoked haddock and cod fishcakes with a hollandaise sauce, crushed potatoes
 and seasonal vegetables
 Vegetable Wellington with creamed potatoes and winter vegetables

 Lemon tart with raspberry coulis
 Christmas pudding with brandy cream 
 Chocolate mousse  

 We have been allotted three guaranteed places for the 2015 London Marathon.
 The draw for these will take place at the Christmas Party on 6th December.
 To be eligible you need to have taken part in at least two mob matches in
 the past twelve months, or else to have run one mob match and also helped as a
 volunteer at two club events. If you qualify send your name in to Wyn
 Williams wynandlin@btinternet.com  before the Christmas Party.

 If you're a parkrunner, Sweatshop is offering a 20% discount on Saturday
 22nd November only. Just show your parkrun barcode to qualify.

 Last year Paul Gregory successfully re-launched the Franckeiss Cup rowing
 race for running clubs. The splendid trophy is our property, but sadly we
 were unable to raise a crew to contest it. The spoils went instead to
 Hercules Wimbledon, who defeated Thames Hare and Hounds in the final. This
 year's race is to take place on Sunday December 7th from the Skiff Club at
 Teddington. The boats used will be double skiffs, i.e. stable craft with two
 rowers and a cox. Training and coaching at the Skiff Club will be available
 on preceding Sundays. Do we have any rowers in our midst, or anyone who
 fancies having a go? Contact Sandra Prosser sandraprosser@blueyonder.co.uk . 
Would Vicky Edmonds, who contacted  Sandra re taking part, please get in touch again. 

 Louise Piears writes:
 " We have a small stand for the Good Run Guide (website and book)
 www.GoodRunGuide.co.uk at the Running and Endurance Show on 22nd and 23rd
 November at Sandown Park.  If you fancy popping by and saying hello and
 having a look around (plenty of exhibitors on all things running and free
 seminars as well)  then you can get free entry and free parking at
 runningshow.co.uk/ if you book in advance. "

 Michelle Davies writes: 
 " Just a call for interested parties. The team this year had a great time,
 and I am hoping we might be able to enter two or three teams if we get
 enough people" The race will be on 16th/17th May 2015. For more information
 about the race go to www.greenbeltrelay.org.uk/.  Contact Michelle
 michelle.davies@richmond.gov.uk  if you might be interested.

 MARATHON FOCUS WINTER WORKSHOPS at St Mary’s University Clinic.
 Wednesday 26th November 2014, 7 - 8:30pm   Training Programmes & Physiology
 Wednesday 28th January 2015, 7pm - TBC       Warm Ups, Injury Prevention, &
 Wednesday 25th March 2015, 7pm - TBC          Race Day Preparation
 £10 per workshop or £25 for all 3 workshops. All workshops are to be held at
 St Mary's University on campus. To book your place please call 0208 240 4070
 or email clinic@smuc.ac.uk. 

 A free workshop on Olympic Lifting will take place on Saturday 29th November
 from 10am to 2pm at the David Weir Leisure Centre, Carshalton SM5 1HP. The
 workshop will explore different methods of strength and power development
 with a focus on Olympic lifting and other strength related movement
 patterns. Planning along with the strength-power continuum will also be
 covered. Coaches are welcome to bring their strength programme to discuss
 with Rob Thickpenny the after the session. To book your free place on this
 workshop, email Julia Bailey at jbailey@englandathletics.org .

 The Royal Parks have announced that from February/March next year they will
 be charging 20p to use the toilets in the Royal Parks. Toilets in park cafes
 and in children's playgrounds and accessible toilets will be exempt. It
 apparently costs 1.5m a year - 10% of the grant The Royal Parks gets from
 the government - to operate the 27 toilet blocks in the Royal Parks (this
 excludes any refurbishment). The charges will still cover less than a half
 of the cost of maintaining them. While charging is regrettable the main
 alternative is closure, particularly for those toilets that are little used,
 such as some of those in Richmond Park.

 Local MP Zac Goldsmith has arranged a public meeting to discussing "Cycling
 - and in particular the rising tensions between cyclists, motorists and
 pedestrians in Richmond Park" (his words) for Wednesday 17th December at
 7.30pm at the Duke St Church in Quadrant Rd, Richmond (off the Green). He
 says that - It will be an open forum, and the purpose is simply to explore
 solutions to a problem that is raised with me by constituents on a near
 daily basis". There will be representatives from Richmond and Kingston
 Councils, the Royal Parks, and the police. ?

 Follow Ranelagh on Facebook. 

More details of the following from the men's Captains ( e-mail Phil, Duncan
or Trevor ) ranelagh.men@gmail.com
 or the women's Captain / Team Manager ( e-mail Becky or Phil ranelagh.women@gmail.com  )

 Saturday 22nd November     South of the Thames 5 miles championship on
 Wimbledon Common including club women's championships. 2pm start 

 Saturday 29th November     Mob Match v Thames H&H in Richmond Park
 including club veterans' championships  7.7 miles, 2.30pm start

 Saturday 6th December       Surrey Ladies League at Nonsuch Park. Seniors at
 12 noon, followed by junior races.

 Saturday 13th December     Stubbs Cup Mob Match v South London Harriers
 including Wynne Cup club championship.  7.7 miles, 2.30pm start

 parkruns every Saturday at 9am
 Bushy Park                            Diana Fountain car park
 Richmond Park                      Richmond Gate
 Wimbledon Common             Windmill car park
 Banstead Woods                  Car park off B2219 Park Lane, Chipstead
 Bedfont Lakes                       Bedfont Lakes Country Park, Ashford,
 Kingston                               The Hawker Centre
 Old Deer Park                        Pools in the Park on the A316
 Crane Park                             Near the Hospital Bridge Roundabout
 on the A316 in Twickenham
 Other venues, more details and registration at www.parkrun.com
 2km junior parkruns for under 14s take place on the first Sunday of each
 month from Bushy Park's Teddington Gate (11am start) and from Savill Garden
 car park, Windsor Great Park (9.30am start), and also every Sunday at 9.30am
 in Wimbledon Park. 

 2XU SURREY LEAGUE DIVISION 1  Saturday 8th November at Lloyd Park, Croydon
 Well, after the euphoria of a good performance in the first League race and
 a historic mob match win at Orion, there had to be a coming down to earth,
 and this was perhaps it. We had perforce only five of the ten scorers from
 the first race and this inevitably had a substantial impact on our team
 result. Fortunately one man we did have was Jon Pepper, clear winner of the
 previous race. He wasn't able to repeat that, but third will do nicely,
 thank you! Phil Killingley ran well for 31st and then in 60th place Eirin
 McDaid led in the rest of the team in an exceptionally high quality field.
 One observer commented: "The individual standard was incredible with a sub-4
 miler coming 10th, and many runners commenting: "I ran well, but my position
 was rubbish" That's because there was nowhere to hide in what was surely
 the finest field of the millennium. Call it the'Kent effect' who were
 awesome, and have all but sewn up a hat-trick of league wins "
 Phil K writes:
 " Very well done to those who ran today. Not our strongest team, but some
 superb personal best performances from runners involved, and strong team
 packing, a feature we also demonstrated at the Orion mob.  We were 7th of 9
 teams, increased our distance from the relegation zone, but dropped ground
 on Belgrave who had a good match, and were overtaken by Herne Hill, (who
 continue to be under strength compared with previous seasons). 

 Star of the show for Ranelagh was again Jon Pepper, who claimed a podium 3rd
 by again besting John Gilbert of Kent by a place. Unusually and satisfyingly
 (given the hard work put in at Tuesday night training), the rest of the team
 was made up of Richmond locals: 
 - I had a good race to get 30th but may need to put some more miles in over
 Christmas to improve on this for the 3rd fixture.  
 - Eirin McDaid secured 57th (scoring place, not race place). Lack of fitness
 meant this isn't up to his usual standard. He left his Ranelagh vest on a
 park bench in protest (fret not: since recovered by his captain)
 - George Howard did his best x-c run in Ranelagh colours with 61st and a
 78.7% age graded percentage. 
 - Trevor Maguire was slightly off colour after an illness but still got
 83.3% for 65th, followed closely by
 - Ted Mockett in 69th, who has seen a dramatic improvement in cross-country
 performance in the last two league matches, with 76.1% and 75.8%  almost 5%
 above where he was 12 months ago!
 - 71st for Mark Herbert with a characteristically grass-scorching sprint
 finish into the wind and up the hill (fortunately for the grass and other
 runners, it had been raining, preventing an almost certain fire from
 breaking out).
 - 73rd for James Whistler, a few seconds later, with a best-ever performance
 on the country for Ranelagh
 - 77th for Nick Twomey, self-diagnosed as 'in search of form' but finishing
 with an arm-pumpingly flamboyant sprint.
 - 80th for Alex Harrison, picking up the anchorman trophy
 (all places are scoring places, not race places, so exclude non-scoring

 Pick of the rest: 
 - Dave Lawley was 11th home, scoring remarkably consistently over the last 3
 matches with 70.7%, 70.9% and (here) 70.8%.  Peter Fordham achieved similar
 consistency with 63.1%, 63.0% and 63.1% over the same fixtures.  The
 - Richard Holme was an excellent 12th and is fast improving. (But hasn't yet
 accumulated enough x-c races for an age-graded % rating in Ken's
 statistics "

 Trevor Maguire adds:
 " Whilst this was not as good a result as the first race of the season, we
 certainly won the best team result in the wider sense of the word.  First of
 all we had Alan's booming voice spurring us on, the knowledge that Ken was
 monitoring our individual performance down to last decimal point, sterling
 support from Alistair and Euan Sinclair and our ladies team manager, Phil
 Aiken, made the journey to support the men's team as the ladies had a week
 off - all very welcome indeed.  Furthermore, whilst every other team sneaked
 off to get changed leaving a deserted finishing area with only runners
 gasping for breath as they crossed the line, the Ranelagh contingent stayed
 to cheer on the rest of our team - it was a great sight to see and speaks
 volumes for the racing spirit we currently have; or should I say nearly
 all ..... I do have to confess that we didn't wait for our most senior
 competitor, Peter Fordham, to finish.  Having said that, Peter has admitted
 he is in a different race from the rest of the team.  As he describes it,
 " You guys think you are under pressure at the start but have a thought for
 me. In the first few hundred metres there is a gaggle of us at the back
 eyeing each other up to see who might finish last.  The tension is only
 relieved when someone drops off the pace" I'm pleased to report that Peter
 had a few places and plenty of time in hand on his personal battle - another
 Ranelagh success "

 1   P Owor (Belgrave)      25.49      
 2   P Pollock (Kent)       25.53      
 3   Jon Pepper             26.17      
 31  Phil Killingley        28.21      
 60  Eirin McDaid           29.29      
 64  George Howard          29.37      
 71  Trevor Maguire         30.07    
 77  Ted Mockett            30.23      
 86  Mark Herbert           30.52      
 88  James Whistler         30.55      
 99  Nick Twomey            31.21      
 109 Alex Harrison          31.49      
 116 Dave Lawley            32.08      
 124 Richard Holme          32.42    
 127 Peter Faull            33.05      
 133 David Ready            33.32      
 142 Vaughan Ramsay         34.19    
 145 Stewart Anderson       34.39    
 153 Paul Rider             35.05    
 159 Bruce McLaren          35.37    
 188 Peter Fordham          44.46    

 Teams (10 to score)                                              Overall
 after two races
 1   Kent AC                190        1   Kent AC                 408
 2   Thames Hare & Hounds   307        2   Thames Hare & Hounds    606
 3   South London H         369        3   South London H          734
 4   Hercules Wimbledon AC  376        4   Hercules Wimbledon AC   776
 5   Belgrave H             399        5   Herne Hill H            846  
 6   Herne Hill H           408        6   Belgrave H             1004   
 7   Ranelagh H             586        7   Ranelagh H             1006  
 8   Croydon H              694        8   Croydon H              1306  
 9   Reigate Priory AC      766        9   Reigate Priory AC      1504

 Under 13s
 1   O Millard (HHH)        14.27
 38  Euan Sinclair          18.31
 LONDON CHAMPIONSHIPS  Saturday 15th November 
 Phil Aiken reports:
 " Taking advantage of a free Saturday in the fixture list, four intrepid
 Ranelagh ladies ventured over to Hampstead Heath to take part in the London
 Cross Country Championships. Starting level with the athletics track and
 with a few different wiggles at the furthest point, the course is
 essentially that which will be used for the English National Championships
 in February. This race would prove good practice.  

 Sadly the problems with runners going off course in Surrey League races
 reared its head again here. While waiting for the leaders to come round for
 the second lap, on the far side of the field runners were speeding straight
 on down the hill, before turning left to the finish. Were these finishers
 from the preceding U17 Boy'’ race? Alas, no. The distinctive orange and
 black vest signalled the arrival of last year's winner, Milton Keynes' Lara
 Bromilow, followed by Kingston & Poly's Phoebe Law and the rest of the

 Having run just the one lap, what was going to happen? The answer was to
 send the runners through the finish area and back to the start and continue
 from there. Those at the front were the ones who suffered most. Bromilow
 had, in fact, stopped on crossing the finish line and, by the time she
 realised there was another lap to run, had slipped down to eighth. Working
 hard up the hill, she rejoined the leading trio of Law, fellow 17 year old
 Hannah Viner of Highgate and Rebekah Gardiner of Shaftesbury Barnet.

 For the spectators the misdirection afforded the spectacle of watching the
 runners toil up the steepest section of the hill a second time. And everyone

 On the descent to the finishing straight, the marshals could be discussing
 where they went wrong the lap before. First to appear and correctly heading
 towards the finish was Phoebe Law with no-one in sight. Earlier this year,
 Law had finished 4th in the U127 races at both the National and
 Inter-Counties Championships and she announced her arrival at Senior level
 with an impressive second in the opening Surrey League fixture last month.

 Half a minute later came the other three, Gardiner ahead of Viner, with
 Bromilow at the rear. Had the effort in regaining contact with the leaders
 taken its toll on the Milton Keynes runner? Apparently not as, first, she
 caught Viner and then both passed a tiring Gardiner, who settled for fourth.
 Round the final bend it was like two boxers slugging it out as acceleration
 matched acceleration but, in the end, Bromilow had too much.

 It wasn't too long before Megan appeared, adding 16th place here to an
 impressive list of performances. Marie (41st), Captain Becky 'fresh' from
 the earlier Hampstead Heath parkrun, 55th) and Kate Brook (118th) closed out
 the scoring, Ranelagh finishing 10th  of 21.

 Sacha Kennedy (U13G), and Kabir Sait and Johnny Brook (U11B) represented
 Richmond in the preceding London Youth Games. Sacha was second finisher in
 the second-placed Richmond team.

 London Championships
 1   P Law (King & P)       24.07
 16  Megan de Silva         26.38
 41  Marie Synnott-Wells    28.38
 55  Becky Hall             29.19
 118 Kate Brook             32.58

 Teams (4 to score)
 1   Highgate          38
 10  Ranelagh         230      

 London Youth Games
 Under 13 Girls
 1   C Buckley (Houns)      7.55
 10  Sacha Kennedy          8.38

 Under 11 Boys
 1   J Kennedy (Lambeth)    5.08
 20  Kabir Sait             5.36
 39  Jonny Brook            5.54 

 ALGARVE RUNNING CHALLENGE  Wednesday 5th – Sunday 9th November
 Alan Davidson reports:
 " I went to Monte Gordo / Vila Real with the usual Vets AC and Dulwich
 Runners group and the excellent organisation by Steve Smythe of Athletics
 Weekly. The pine forest 5k was a dire run for me due to the hills, dust and
 sinusitis. I started early on handicap but trailed in an uncomfortable last
 in 27.43! There were good conditions for the track mile, sun and only a bit
 breezy. I had hoped for 6.50 but had to settle for 6.58 whereas Ros Tabor of
 Dulwich Runners sped round in a W65  record breaking 6.12. The 10k trail
 race was better for me than the 5k as earlier rain had killed the dust and a
 lot of the course was flat so my decent handicap and a good run for me saw
 me home first in 51.02. It was all very different for the Milhas Guadiana
 18k road race with the course from Ayamonte (Spain) including a long uphill
 slog out of the country (when run in the opposite direction from Portugal it
 follows the river avoiding the hilly section). I struggled round and it was
 a blessed relief to finally hit the last 4k into Vila Real (Portugal) on a
 flat run in with a tailwind too. It was a weary slog in 1.39. I'm off to
 Cyprus soon for 10 days but regrettably the trip now only has one race
 instead of the previous 4 or 5 so I will feel horribly like a tourist
 although warm sunshine will be welcome "
 KINGFIELD CANTER 2.85 miles handicap  Wednesday 5th November at Woking
 1   P Dry (Strag)          24.38  (actual time 20.23)
 2   Steve Rowland          25.20  (23.50)
 11  Louise Piears          26.35  (20.50)
 19  Sonia Rowland          27.27  (21.12)

 MARATHON DES ALPES MARITIMES  Sunday 9th November at Cannes, France
 1    H Shumi (Eth)         2:09.26  (chip time 2:09.26)
 13   R Chepchumba (Ken)    2:33.52  (2:33.52) 
 1501 Lara Werrett          3:32.45  (3:32.14)

 ROYAL PARKS 10k SERIES  Sunday 9th November at Greenwich Park
 John Pratt was the first over 60. 

 1   V McLean (Serp)        37.19
 7   S Kinsella (Strag)     38.59
 117 John Pratt             50.37  

 BROOKS BRIGHTON 10km  Sunday 16th November
 1    P Whittaker (Sthend)  30.41  (chip time 30.41)
 46   K Wooton (Cov G)      34.57  (34.56 – 1st woman)
 957  John Pratt            48.33  (47.39)
 1382 Kirsty Bangham        52.46  (51.29)
 1851 Kathryn Adamson       57.03  (54.21)
 1852 Heather Martingell    57.03  (54.21)
 2639 Julie Teal            65.50  (63.42)  

 REGENTS PARK 10km  Sunday 16th November
 1   C Elliott (Ful-on-Tri) 35.45  (chip time 35.44)
 43  D O’Brien (Kent)       41.19  (41.19)
 157 Phil Jackson           48.01  (47.30)    

 BUSHY PARK parkrun 5km  Saturday 8th November
 1   T Simmonds (unatt)     17.10
 22  J Rodriguez (Woking)   19.35  (1st woman)
 54  Paul Sinton-Hewitt     20.43
 396 Jo Sinton-Hewitt       25.15
 449 Clive Naish            25.57
 478 Neil Surtees           26.16
 686 Jackie Dunkley         28.48
 749 Egis Vincel            30.05
 961 Wally Garrod           37.23
 986 John Hanscomb          41.00

 RICHMOND PARK parkrun 5km  Saturday 8th November 
 1   C Avery (Morpeth)      16.34
 13  Craig Maclellan        19.40
 14  Peter Weir             19.41  
 23  H Aitken (unatt)       20.27  (1st woman)
 29  Richard Kennedy        20.43
 37  Sacha Kennedy          21.16  
 50  Steve Aikin            21.56
 66  Karl Garvey            22.29
 90  Leonie Kennedy         23.24 
 110 Alberto Esguevillas    23.47
 141 Ali Kennedy            24.45
 148 Carol Aikin            25.02  
 149 Maia Rushby            25.02
 150 Daniel Rushby          25.04
 153 Andrew Brown           25.12
 185 James Rushby           26.19
 194 Rob Kitchen            26.29
 248 Vanessa McConkey       28.11
 254 Sam Rushby             28.22
 255 Phil Rushby            28.29  
 276 Michael Sikora         29.18
 334 Pat Hewlett            43.52
 335 Bev Ali                43.53

 CRANE PARK parkrun 5km  Saturday 8th November
 Duncan Mallison was this week's winner.

 1   Duncan Mallison        18.37
 8   Nick Wright            20.41
 11  Tom Kearey             21.31
 32  J Wilson (Traf Sch)    23.34  (1st woman)
 79  Ann Kearey             27.24
 80  Josie Kearey           27.25
 103 Tamsin Burland         30.02
 105 Heather Martingell     30.04
 109 Mike White             30.09   
 105 Su Clark               32.43
 106 Tanya Allen            34.05
 107 Stacey Barber          34.49
 110 Sally Spaull           36.26
 112 Clare Hulacki          38.43
 114 Paul Wapshott          39.03
 122 Lexi Slaughter         35.29
 134 Waldron Slaughter      39.45 

 OLD DEER PARK parkrun 5km  Saturday 8th November
 Rick Jenner was the winner.

 1   Rick Jenner            18.45
 4   Mark Birch             20.27
 11  Phil Roberts           23.04
 13  S Hutton (unatt)       23.14  (1st woman)
 27  Luke Maguire           26.55
 28  Paula Maguire          27.11
 53  Katie Walton           33.07
 54  Deborah Blakemore      33.11
 55  Lorna Smith            33.12  

 OSTERLEY parkrun 5km  Saturday 8th November
 1   J Kavanagh (unatt)     20.09
 7   M Davison (unatt)      23.09  (1st woman)
 44  Lynne Barber           28.43
 63  Cindy Croucher         31.34
 75  Stacey Barber          33.42
 82  Deirdre Inman          35.02
 84  Tanya Allen            35.31  

 KINGSTON parkrun 5km  Saturday 8th November
 Wiebke Kortum was third woman home.

 1   M Finbow (Witham)      18.13
 16  S Black (Tri Europe)   20.33  (1st woman)
 20  Chris Camacho          20.54
 33  Wiebke Kortum          22.55
 60  Tom Reay               25.11
 72  Peter Wright           26.14

 WINCHESTER parkrun 5km  Saturday 8th November
 Becky Hall was second woman. 

 1   G Watts (unatt)        17.48
 7   N Martin (unatt)       20.00  (1st woman) 
 10  Becky Hall             20.40
 46  Rob Curtis             23.40

 BATH SKYLINE parkrun 5km  Saturday 8th November
 Julia Bailey was third woman to finish.

 1   E Malloch (Bath)       16.50
 18  S Wilson (Bath)        21.09  (1st woman)
 26  Julia Bailey           22.00

 WORSLEY WOODS parkrun 5km  Saturday 8th November
 Marc Snaith was the first finisher.    

 1   Marc Snaith            18.10
 19  C Fox (Darwen)         21.14  (1st woman)

 OTHER parkruns  (Saturday 8th November)...
 Leamington: 87 Paul Hodges 24.02
 Weymouth: 36 Phil Jackson 22.45 
 Harlow: 37 Peter Fordham 24.08
 Bognor Regis: 108 Sharon Rowe 36.36
 Ally Pally: 17 Andres Arana 23.20
 Bournemouth: 68 Eugenio Carmo 24.43
 Oxford: 94  Ian Bingham 24.52
 Reading: 257 Louise Atkinson 32.18

 BUSHY PARK parkrun 5km  Saturday 15th November
 1   T Telkovsky (Belgrave) 16.27 
 11  A Gummow (Bristol)     18.27  (1st woman)
 17  David Ready            18.47
 23  Nick Wright            19.12
 44  Bruce McLaren          19.50
 270 Ian Grange             23.20
 391 Clive Naish            24.44
 406 Neil Surtees           24.51
 522 Rob Kitchen            26.29
 670 Kirsty Bangham         28.20
 720 Jackie Dunkley         29.03
 965 Wally Garrod           38.07

 RICHMOND PARK parkrun 5km  Saturday 15th November 
 Jackson Creegan and Eirin McDaid were first and second and we had four of
 the top five. 

 1   Jackson Creegan        16.51
 2   Eirin McDaid           16.58
 4   Ted Mockett            17.53
 5   Nick Twomey            17.59
 14  Bill Neely             19.42
 17  Tom Bradley            19.58  
 28  L Broughton (Rich CC)  20.40  (1st woman)
 51  Steve Aikin            22.00
 74  Paul Noel              23.11
 78  Amrut Sharma           23.30 
 84  Tomas Sterner          23.43
 101 Carol Aikin            24.19  
 109 Daniel Rushby          24.31
 118 Sally Yau              24.58
 120 Maia Rushby            25.04
 127 Alberto Esguevillas    25.27
 134 Nick Fordham           25.39
 135 Ally Salisbury         25.44 
 156 James Rushby           26.27
 157 Phil Rushby            26.31
 181 Sue Camp               27.21
 207 Michael Sikora         28.13
 211 Vanessa McConkey       28.18
 227 Deepa Sharma           28.53
 259 Bronwen Northmore      30.37
 271 Katie Walton           31.55
 316 Bev Ali                40.42
 317 Pat Hewlett            40.44
 322 Andrew Brown           42.29

 CRANE PARK parkrun 5km  Saturday 15th November
 Michelle Davies was the leading woman.

 1   Unknown                18.03
 6   Eric Plue              20.28
 12  Michelle Davies        21.30  (1st woman)
 14  Paul Wapshott          21.53
 24  Kevin Kearey           22.40
 33  Mike White             23.15
 34  Lee Davies             23.16    
 75  Josie Kearey           27.00
 76  Ann Kearey             27.04
 88  Tamsin Burland         28.03
 94  Rachel Allen           28.36
 97  Mary Hickson           28.45
 101 Lynne Barber           29.09
 118 Tracey Small           32.46
 119 Christine David        33.34      
 120 Deirdre Inman          33.59
 121 Su Clark               33.59
 125 Stacey Barber          35.27
 127 Sally Spaull           35.36

 OLD DEER PARK parkrun 5km  Saturday 15th November
 A 1-2 for Kris Davidson and Trevor Maguire.

 1   Kris Davidson          18.08
 2   Trevor Maguire         18.19
 4   Stewart Anderson       20.31 
 17  Phil Roberts           22.55
 18  S Hutton (unatt)       22.56  (1st woman)
 44  Luke Maguire           29.34

 HAMPSTEAD HEATH parkrun 5km  Saturday 15th November
 1   L Reynolds (Herts Ph)  17.16
 19  Richard Kennedy        20.43
 23  C Wharton (Bella)      21.01  (1st woman)
 44  Leonie Kennedy         22.53
 46  Becky Hall             22.58
 92  Rob Curtis             25.54
 140 Phil Aiken             29.31 

 KINGSTON parkrun 5km  Saturday 15th November
 1   S Amory (Vice Tri)     18.47
 13  Chris Camacho          20.43
 33  I Deakin (unatt)       22.39  (1st woman)
 62  Simon Taylor           25.01
 69  Leeane Bryce           25.35
 104 Alison Dicks           30.41
 105 Jar O’Brien            30.42

 TRING parkrun 5km  Saturday 15th November
 1   P Middleton (Tring)    19.17
 4   Mark Herbert           20.21
 7   Peter Faull            20.36
 9   Vaughan Ramsay         21.14         
 18  C Shelley (unatt)      22.22  (1st woman) 

 OTHER parkruns  (Saturday 15th November)...
 Leamington: 83 Paul Hodges 23.15
 Gunnersbury: 61 Phil Jackson 23.14 
 Colwick: 12 Paul Sinton-Hewitt 19.59;  87 Jo Sinton-Hewitt 25.56
 Bognor Regis: 26 David Rowe 23.29;  99 Sharon Rowe 35.47
 Bournemouth: 92 Eugenio Carmo 24.13
 St Albans: 130 Peter Fordham 24.32
 Reading: 265 Louise Atkinson 39.32 

 Thanks to Carol Barnshaw for this...After the New York City Marathon: Video: