*************************************************** RANELAGH HARRIERS E-NEWS # 445 6 March 2015 Editor: Steve Rowland mailto: email@example.com *************************************************** HEADLINE NEWS ************* * In the National Championships Ranelagh's women finish 23rd and the men 35th * Megan de Silva and Ralph Street win the Aotearoa Trophy and the Roffey Salver as the leading Ranelagh finishers * Izzy Atkins finishes 13th in the Under 13s race * Duncan Mallison and Nick Wright finish 2nd and 3rd in the Ditton Dash 10km * Sacha Kennedy wins the Independent Schools Association National Under 14s championship * parkrun placings for Lydia Louw, Estelle Damant, Megan de Silva, Nick Twomey, Carl Assmundson, Kris Davidson, Eirin McDaid, Nick Wright, Wiebke Kortum, Izzy Atkins, Wiebke Kortum, Ted Mockett and Trevor Maguire * Book now for the Baker Cup Supper and Prize Presentations on March 28th * Trophy holders - please return your trophies now * 25% discount on club kit during March * Ranelagh Richmond Half Marathon is nearing its entry limit - enter now if you want to run * Inter Club race this Saturday includes Dysart and Ellis Cups, Hec Petersen Trophy and club junior championships * Clutton Cup 10 miles handicap on 14th March in the Park ATTENTION PLEASE **************** CLUB TROPHY HOLDERS If you are the current holder of one of our trophies, please return it to Alan Hedger as soon as possible so that it can be engraved with this year's winner in time for our Presentations evening on March 28th. You can arrange to pass it over to Alan, or else leave it in the safe at the clubhouse - either way, please let Alan know what you're going to do. You can get him on 01372 740626 or by e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org . BAKER CUP SUPPER and PRIZEGIVING You are invited to our annual presentations supper. All are welcome, especially if you have a trophy or medal to collect. Date - Saturday 28th March @ 7.00pm. Location - The Roebuck Pub (upstairs), 130 Richmond Hill, TW10 6RN Tel 0208 948 2329 Dress - Smart Casual Price will be £25 per person to include welcome drink, free beer (while stocks last) and buffet dinner. Places are limited to 60 people, so please reserve your place early!!! Your glass of sparkly awaits you!! R.S.V.P. Please Contact:- Michele Gibson:-Email:- , mobile:- 07703 518956 Cheques payable to :- Ranelagh Harriers and posted / handed to Ms Michele Gibson, c/o Baker Cup Supper, 79 Thames Side, Staines upon Thames TW18 2HF or leave in the club safe with the name Michele Gibson on the envelope. Cash:- payable to Michele Gibson @ the Club - Tuesday & Wednesday nights. 25% DISCOUNT ON RANELAGH KIT DURING MARCH. All our club kit is now available direct from Alley Catz at: www.alley-catz.co.uk. The range includes vests, t-shirts, hooded tops, coats etc, Personalisation is available on most items. For the month of March only, there is a special offer of 25% off fleeces, vests and long sleeved and short sleeved t-shirts. INTER-CLUB RACE including CLUB JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS Saturday 7th March in Richmond Park Saturday's race incorporates not only our club junior championships but also the inter-club races for the Dysart Cup (women), the Ellis Cup (men) and the Hec Petersen Trophy (a match between ourselves and Ealing, Southall & Middlesex AC). All are welcome - it's 3.8 miles, one lap of our mob match course, starting at 3pm. Details:. CLUTTON CUP 10 miles handicap Saturday 14th March in Richmond Park Our longest handicap, for one of the club's oldest and most attractive trophies, takes place on Saturday 14th March in the Park, starting at 2pm. All members are welcome. BANK OF ENGLAND RACE Saturday 21st March Our annual visit to the Bank's HQ near Roehampton Gate was cancelled back in January and has now been rescheduled for Saturday 21st March. It will be over a new 6 miles course starting at 2.30pm just inside Roehampton Gate. All welcome. THAMES TOWPATH 10 miles Sunday 19th April at Chiswick This is the first event in our 2015 Road Grand Prix. Details and entries are here: 2015 ROAD GRAND PRIX ...The Grand Prix continues with any Spring Marathon up to May 3rd. GP points will be awarded in chip time finishing order. Then on May 3rd is our Richmond Half Marathon... RANELAGH RICHMOND HALF MARATHON Sunday 3rd May ...Entries are coming in for our Half Marathon on May 3rd. Over one thousand have already been received, and the race will reach its limit of 1,200 well before the closing date. So if you're planning to run, don't delay in submitting your entry. If you're not running, note the date anyway - we need large numbers of marshals on the day. Details:. THURSDAY NIGHT TRACK TRAINING AT OSTERLEY The club is subsidising for an experimental period track sessions on Thursday evenings at the Osterley track. All groups and all abilities are welcome! The sessions are under way and will run for three months, every Thursday 7.30-8.30pm. Link to the map is here:. RICHMOND 10km Entries are also open for our Richmond 10km on Sunday 21st June. Entry limit is 700, so, as for the Half Marathon, get your entry in early! Details:. CABBAGE PATCH 10 miles Wyn Williams writes: "Very unfortunately the organisers of the Cabbage Patch 10 have decided not to hold the race this year. This is because of the rugby world cup in Twickenham." DARRYL McDONALD... ...has changed his name by Deed Poll to Seiko Angelo. Seiko is pronounced like this video: . He'd like to be addressed in any of these ways: Seiko, Angelo, S'Angelo, FKA DMc or Dude. MARATHON FOCUS WINTER WORKSHOPS at St Mary's University Clinic. Wednesday 25th February 2015, 7pm - TBC Warm-ups, injury prevention and recovery Wednesday 25th March 2015, 7pm - TBC Race Day Preparation £10 per workshop. Both are to be held at St Mary's University on campus. To book your place please call 0208 240 4070 or email email@example.com. FACEBOOK Follow Ranelagh on Facebook. WHAT'S COMING ************* More details of the following from the men's Captains ( e-mail Phil, Duncan or Trevor ) firstname.lastname@example.org or the women's Captain / Team Manager ( e-mail Becky or Phil email@example.com ) Saturday 7th March Inter-club race for the Ellis Cup (men) and the Dysart Cup (women) in Richmond Park. Also including club junior championships (boys and girls). 3.8 miles starting at 3pm. Saturday 14th March Clutton Cup 10 miles handicap in Richmond Park. 2pm start, all members welcome. Saturday 21st March v Bank of England etc in Richmond Park (Roehampton Gate). See above. Saturday 28th March Baker Cup 3 miles road handicap in Richmond Park (White Lodge). 3pm start, all members welcome. Sunday 12th April MABAC League 5 miles at Winterfold Forest, nr Cranleigh Sunday 19th April Thames Towpath 10 miles. See above. 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, Middlesex 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. WHAT'S HAPPENED *************** NATIONAL CROSS-COUNTRY CHAMPOINSHIPS Saturday 21st February at Parliament Hill. Women's team manager Phil Aiken reports: "Parliament Hill. On returning to Chesterfield a number of years ago, to take part in a race organised by my old club, I was speaking to a former clubmate, lamenting the absence of hills. 'I'll tell you where there are some hills', he countered, 'Parliament Hill.' Aye, it's tough is Parliament Hill. Derbyshire tough. On Saturday it was also a riot of colour and bodies, even colourful bodies once the facepaint was applied. Tents and flags adorned the hillside. This was part festival, part medieval tournament. As the London Overground train pulled into Gospel Oak station, whetting the appetites of those inside the carriages with its views of the start and finish, the gun sounded and a record-breaking Under 17 Women's field sprinted across the football pitches to tackle that iconic first hill. By the time they'd run all the way to Kenwood and back, the field had stretched out somewhat, Over the line first was Harriet Knowles-Jones, followed by exotic sounding names - Morven, Yoyo, Niamh - then Sabrina Sinha. If names sounded familiar, this was repeated in the Junior (U20) Women's race. Rebecca Murray led home Phoebe Law from Kingston. In fourth was Grace Baker, sixth Amy Griffiths. In early January, Edinburgh hosted an international cross country race between Great Britain, Europe and the United States. Selected for the British Senior Women's team that day was Rebecca Murray. The other five made the British Junior Women's team. Lest anyone was in any doubt, these are the National Cross Country Championships, when the big guns from all over England come out to play. Surrey is not without some big guns of its own. Last year, Lily Partridge triumphed in the Surrey Championships ahead of Gill Sanders and Emily Wicks. This year, it was the turn of Georgie Bruinvels to take the spoils ahead of the same pair. A week later, the two Surrey champions were racing together in Edinburgh alongside Rebecca Murray in the aforementioned international. I met Jake, my South London counterpart, at the spot where I'd chosen to support the race, possibly the only spot with decent conditions underfoot. Possibly having read Andy Vernon's Twitter account, he informed me that the race was going to be Lily Partridge winning on her own against inferior opposition. So who should be the first to appear, leading the pack? I haven't got a clue. She was wearing a burgundy shirt with yellow side panels if that's any help. It's a feature of the nationals that you come across teams you've never heard of and kits you've never seen. It's also where you realise that, though Ranelagh's royal blue shirt is distinctive within the county of Surrey, there really are a lot of clubs out there who also have blue shirts. And the gold/amber/yellow logo is no help when it's obscured by large numbers. I'm sure the Hastings runner appreciated my encouragement. All eight Ranelagh runners were safely through just in time for me to catch the leaders as they returned . Normal service had resumed with three Aldershot, Farnham & District runners in the top four, which is how it would end. The mysterious burgundy lady, having had her moment in the spotlight, was sliding back through the field. Also sliding back was our leading runner, Megan, eventually finishing just outside the top 100, but that was an improvement on last year's 145th and good enough to retain the Aotearoa Trophy as first Ranelagh finisher. Also going backwards, by virtue of maintaining her 100% record of falling over at Parliament Hill (0% elsewhere) was Captain Becky, but she finished comfortably in the top 200 - considerably improving last year's 327th place. Considerably improving is an apt way to describe Julia's performances over the winter and she was third home, up 80 or so places on last year. Closing out the scoring team was Marie thirteen places further back and feeling the effects of the Bramley 20 just six days before. Another thirteen places behind Marie, providing good backup, came Bonnie, another who has made significant progress with regular racing. A points tally of 741 placed Ranelagh in 23rd place overall, but, amongst our fellow Surrey clubs, we were bettered only by Herne Hill, Belgrave and Guildford & Godalming. Ranelagh weren't yet done, however. In 433rd, Victoria was another to better her position from Nottingham. It may have been only couple of places but that was good enough for Lily Partridge. A hundred or so places later came our seventh scorer, Lara. But we still had one more. When she finished Kirsty apologised for taking so long but, it can be argued, hers was the most important, for it meant we had eight home. In all the records I've been able to track down online (they go back to 1998), we have never had more than the seven who finished in the previous three times the Nationals were held on Parliament Hill (2006, 2009 and 2012). History makers all. The massive growth in women's cross country running is perfectly illustrated by the size of the field in each of these years. In 2006 (when Ranelagh actually finished 7th!) there were but 444 finishers. Three years later this had grown by 100. Another three years and another 100 more finishers, a record 650. Bettered in Nottingham last year, it was smashed this, with 865, almost as many again as ran in 2006. In the Under 13 Girls' race, expectations were high for Izzy Atkins. Having placed 2nd in the Middlesex Championships at Alexandra Palace in January, she then came 4th and 5th in the two Surrey League races which followed. In another record field of over 400 (five of the ten races on the day recorded record numbers) she didn't disappoint, coming home in 13th place and trailing only one other Surrey League rival. We have to go back further than the online records, to 1994, to find a better performance by a Ranelagh Junior. Well done Izzy and good luck at the Inter Counties in Birmingham in early March. After all of Ranelagh's men had finished, some of the 2000 strong field still were struggling round, it was time to retire to the Garden Gate and reflect on what had just transpired. And to look forward to the South of England Championships in 11 months' time when we do this all over again. It can't be any worse. Can it?" Phil Killingley writes: "The mud-fest that is the National took place on Saturday. The men's team was a superb 35th out of 145 teams in the 6-to-score competition, and 23rd out of 50 teams in the 9-to-score. Fascinatingly, in the men's competition 9-to-score, 9 of the top 24 teams were from the Surrey League! Looking more closely, newly promoted Clapham Chasers were 24th, a place behind us, and Guildford (the other promotees) 21st. Next year is going to be very interesting in the league!" Trevor Maguire takes up the story: "It was the muddiest course I have ever run but was not ridiculous. Whilst it was muddy and gloopy at shin height nearly all the way the mud was never up to our knees at any point and so we could run. Even the run down the hill to the finish was very muddy and so we were sprinting in slow motion! The other feature this year was how busy the course was. It took nearly the first lap to get a clearish run but with experienced runners in tricky conditions there were surprisingly few issues - the old faller here and there and Al's shoe came off (I know the feeling well). In terms of the men's race Ralph Street's bug clearly was still in his system from a few days earlier and he struggled round the second lap having lost all energy. Al Morgan ran well and would have had a good finish apart from the inadvertent break whilst Mark Herbert and Rob Curtis struggled at the end of a long season. Dave Lawley kept a strong pace all the way. The rest of us had a ding dong battle on the second lap. Ted Mockett and Ian Kenton set off hard with Peter Haarer, Carl Selya-Hammer, George Howard and myself swapping places. In the end we all finished in sight of each other. Eventually Carl finished ahead, with Ted out-sprinting George, then me with Ian and Peter slightly fading due to lack of training. We enjoyed Marie's champagne after that and retired to a nearby pub!" Guildford and Godalming's Richard Ollington ran the senior men's race wearing a headcam, finishing 279th. If you have 50 minutes to spare, here's the footage:. One or two Ranelaghs are in sight at the start. Here's an interesting article from The Telegraph:. Women 1 L Partridge (AF&D) 30.07 2 L Small (AF&D) 30.55 3 S Astin (Manx H) 31.14 103 Megan de Silva 35.42 189 Becky Hall 38.02 218 Julia Bailey 38.58 231 Marie Synnott-Wells 39.16 244 Bonnie Morgan 39.31 433 Victoria Elbourne 43.04 540 Lara Werrett 45.34 826 Kirsty Bangham 57.52 TEAMS (Scoring 4 a side) 1 Aldershot F&D AC 38 2 Bristol & West AC 53 3 Rotherham Harriers 189 23 Ranelagh Harriers 741 93 closed in Under 13 Girls 1 O Mason (Border H) 12.32 13 Isobel Atkins 13.16 Men 1 C Hulson (Sale) 39.12 2 A Heyes (Hallam) 39.31 3 N Swinburn (Morpeth) 39.39 202 Ralph Street 45.14 382 Carl Selya-Hammer 47.55 390 Ted Mockett 48.02 396 George Howard 48.08 407 Trevor Maguire 48.17 432 Ian Kenton 48.32 465 Peter Haarer 48.50 697 Dave Lawley 51.36 699 Al Morgan 51.37 761 Mark Herbert 52.10 1838 Rob Curtis 68.39 TEAMS (Scoring 6 a side) 1 Notts AC 213 2 Bedford & County AC 245 3 Leeds City AC 355 35 Ranelagh Harriers 2209 145 closed in TEAMS (Scoring 9 a side) 1 Notts AC 534 2 Bedford & County AC 723 3 Leeds City AC 839 23 Ranelagh Harriers 4070 50 closed in Under 13 Boys 1 T Dawson (Leeds C) 11.49 217 Euan Sinclair 14.33 G3 10km Saturday 21st February at Newlands Corner, Guildford Gemma Cory writes on Facebook: "Was well and truly beaten by the G3 10k this morning but worth it for the absolutely beautiful scenery." 1 R Atkins (Optima) 42.57 24 T Hardcastle (unatt) 54.19 (1st woman) 104 Gemma Cory 64.27 HAMPTON COURT HALF MARATHON Sunday 22nd February There are curiously large discrepancies between gun and chip times even for the leaders.. 1 M Jones (TH&H) 1:11.21 (chip time 1:10.33) 15 N Seymour (unatt) 1:22.29 (1:21.41 - 1st woman) 185 Simon Beal 1:34.11 (1:31.59) 307 Bill Neely 1:38.31 (1:31.27) 487 Wiebke Kortum 1:44.02 (1:42.19) 1303 Leeanne Bryce 1:59.41 (1:56.29) 1408 Sally Bamford 2:01.26 (1:57.38) 1661 Colette Doran 2:06.23 (2:03.02) 2462 Annemarie Goodridge 2:33.22 (2:26.44) DITTON DASH 10km Sunday 22nd February Duncan Mallison writes on Facebook: "Never had to hang around for post race prize giving....until today. 2nd overall at Ditton Dash 10k and a new PB 36:57 despite a mile of muddy trails and a course that was 200 meters too long! My prize......a pair of socks!!!!!!!!" 1 D McNeely (Elm) 36.29 2 Duncan Mallison 36.57 3 Nick Wright 37.19 13 G Pawley (unatt) 40.55 (1st woman) MABAC LEAGUE 5 miles Sunday 22nd February in Richmond Park 1 S Kennedy (BVR) 27.40 8 R Wallace (WW) 31.03 (1st woman) 70 Colin Lloyd 39.31 96 Tom Reay 42.34 BRIGHTON HALF MARATHON Sunday 22nd February 1 p Martelletti (VP&TH) 1:05.48 (chip time 1:05.480 47 J Davis (Morn Ch) 1:18.26 (1:18.23) 6149 Cindy Croucher 2:25.19 (2:20.43) 6515 Julie Teal 2:31.04 (2:19.48) 7070 Deirdre Inman 2:43.03 (2:38.27) OLD DEER PARK RICHMOND HALF MARATHON Sunday 22nd February 1 T Lambert (Winch) 1:07.54 (chip time 1:07.51) 21 A Chalk (B&W) 1:21.27 (1:21.13 - 1st woman) 583 Chris Cato 1:55.28 (1:54.24) LAST FRIDAY OF THE MONTH 5km Friday 27th February in Hyde Park 1 C Olley (Ton) 15.29 22 S Johnson (Imp C) 17.42 210 Alan Davidson 24.17 221 Carol Aikin 25.04 INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS ASSOCIATION NATIONAL CROSS-COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS Saturday 28th February at Rugby Ali Kennedy writes: "Sacha won the U14 girls ISA national XC championships in Warwickshire today. Léonie came 13th in a tightly packed finish. Their London West team came first. A good end to the XC season for them." 1 Sacha Kennedy 10.18 13 Léonie Kennedy 10.41 SELF TRANSCENDENCE 10 miles Saturday 28th February in Battersea Park 1 M Dematteis (unatt) 51.49 49 I Everest (Bigg) 67.21 151 Tamsin Burland 99.10 EASTBOURNE HALF MARATHON Sunday 1st March 1 D Hards (Worthing) 1:16.56 (chip time 1:16.56) 27 S Crombie-Hicks (Bour) 1:26.10 (1:26.09 - 1st woman) 515 Rachel Revett 1:54.00 (1:52.54) RICHMOND PARK parkrun 5km Saturday 21st February The youthful Lydia Louw was the leading female again. 1 M Price (RG Active) 18.01 20 Tom Bradley 20.03 25 Bill Neely 20.30 35 Lydia Louw 21.12 (1st woman) 40 Steve Aikin 21.42 73 Nick Fordham 23.49 74 Amrut Sharma 23.51 77 Kirsty Steel 23.55 91 Arthur Louw 24.35 99 Carol Aikin 24.48 111 Andrew Brown 25.11 148 Colin Rogal 26.41 164 Sam Rushby 27.28 167 Tamsin Burland 27.43 206 Val Lowman 29.21 222 Daniel Rushby 29.53 235 Deepa Sharma 30.44 239 Claire-Louise French 30.57 241 Bronwen Northmore 31.13 242 James Rushby 31.15 243 Phil Rushby 31.15 264 Peter Lowman 33.27 269 Martin Clark 33.41 274 Su Clark 33.59 291 Pat Hewlett 39.40 299 Penny Merrett 40.33 300 Bev Ali 40.57 CRANE PARK parkrun 5km Thursday 21st February Nine consecutive Ranelagh winners now, thanks to Nick Twomey. 1 Nick Twomey 17.28 10 Kevin Kearey 20.57 11 Duncan Mallison 21.00 15 Daniel Chiechi 21.47 19 Kabir Sait 22.47 29 H Vickery (Ealing E) 23.37 (1st woman) 30 Tom Kearey 23.37 40 Ian Grange 24.01 44 Lee Davies 24.21 105 Stacey Barber 30.36 108 David Meaden 30.57 110 Tanya Allen 31.04 112 Tracey Small 31.04 114 Paul Wapshott 31.10 BUSHY PARK parkrun 5km Saturday 21st February 1 C Hyde (Herc Wimb) 16.42 4 Nick Wright 17.39 30 J Reynolds (B&B) 20.00 (1st woman) 79 James Whistler 21.30 395 Clive Naish 26.20 580 Ashleigh Ferris 28.39 588 Louise Beal 28.46 614 Mel Davison 29.02 867 Wally Garrod 38.13 868 Nic Evans 39.39 890 John Hanscomb 42.18 KINGSTON parkrun 5km Saturday 21st February 1 P Edwards (unatt) 18.53 12 F Clarke (Herc Wimb) 21.14 (1st woman) 15 Chris Camacho 21.44 16 Andy Bickerstaff 21.50 28 Cathy Jones 23.52 48 Tom Reay 25.31 69 Fiona Pugh 27.31 OLD DEER PARK parkrun 5km Saturday 21st February 1 P Moorshead (unatt) 20.30 9 Phil Roberts 23.53 17 J Coates (unatt) 26.10 (1st woman) 25 Julian Holden 27.08 32 Luke Maguire 27.59 33 Paula Maguire 28.06 46 Jessica Maguire 33.01 49 Katie Walton 33.51 BRAUNSTONE parkrun 5km Saturday 21st February Estelle Damant won the women's section. 1 B Tesfay (unatt) 16.33 6 Estelle Damant 18.28 (1st woman) HIGHBURY FIELDS parkrun 5km Saturday 21st February Carl Assmundson was this week's winner. 1 Carl Assmundson 17.24 33 F Russell (Morn Ch) 21.16 (1st woman) OTHER parkruns (Saturday 21st February)... Medina, IOW: 12 Paul Sinton-Hewitt 19.28, 90 Jo Sinton-Hewitt 25.19, 198 Juliette Chan 34.37 Umhlanga: 8 Peter Fordham 23.39 Burgess: 105 Mike White 27.55 Bromley: 85 Simon Hedger 24.35 Bournemouth: 122 Eugenio Carmo 25.27 Falkirk: 69 Chris Spink 24.33 Pollok, Glasgow: 19 Peter Weir 20.40 Osterley: 65 Phil Jackson 22.38, 279 Lexi Slaughter 37.43, 288 Waldron Slaughter 39.02 Bognor Regis: 4 David Rowe 20.08, 115 Sharon Rowe 34.45 Princes, Liverpool: 73 Simon Taylor 23.59 WIMBLEDON PARK JUNIOR parkrun 2km Sunday 22nd February 1 A Bull (unatt) 8.45 2 P Jensen (unatt) 8.47 (1st girl) 13 Matthew Beal 10.23 19 Oliver Beal 11.32 RICHMOND PARK parkrun 5km Saturday 28th February Kris Davidson was the overall winner. 1 Kris Davidson 17.34 17 Bill Neely 20.10 33 F Clarke (Herc W) 21.23 (1st woman) 39 Steve Aikin 21.47 47 Kevin Knowles 22.08 64 Daniel Rushby 22.54 65 Colin Brett 22.54 67 Amrut Sharma 23.06 79 Simon Taylor 24.05 92 Colin Lloyd 24.52 93 Phil Rushby 24.55 100 Andrew Brown 25.12 104 Carol Aikin 25.23 108 Sam Rushby 25.38 126 Maia Rushby 26.14 136 Peter Faull 26.37 137 Ally Salisbury 26.38 150 John Herriott 27.04 176 Tony Clark 28.31 202 Deepa Sharma 29.38 242 Bronwen Northmore 31.27 261 Philippa Kitchen 32.46 262 Rob Kitchen 32.47 289 Martin Clark 36.01 309 Bev Ali 41.51 310 Pat Hewlett 41.59 CRANE PARK parkrun 5km Thursday 28th February With the first eight home - led by Eirin McDaid, Ted Mockett and Nick Twomey - we decisively extended the Ranelagh win sequence to ten! 1 Eirin McDaid 16.49 2 Ted Mockett 17.11 3 Nick Twomey 17.26 4 Mark Herbert 17.54 5 Marc Snaith 18.06 6 Dave Lawley 18.18 7 Duncan Mallison 18.26 8 Rick Jenner 18.44 13 L Killip (Strag) 20.37 (1st woman) 16 Kevin Kearey 21.08 19 Tom Kearey 21.24 35 Chris Read 23.21 60 Josie Kearey 26.02 61 Ann Kearey 26.03 62 Rachel Allen 26.09 74 Cathy Holman 27.04 98 Ellen Van Keulen 29.42 102 Stacey Barber 29.50 109 Mary Hickson 30.16 119 Sally Spaull 36.06 BUSHY PARK parkrun 5km Saturday 28th February Izzy Atkins was second in the women's section. 1 T Telkovsky (Belg) 16.19 17 J O'Hanlon (unatt) 18.25 (1st woman) 44 Izzy Atkins 19.31 124 Bruce Mclaren 21.38 192 Cathy Jones 22.46 284 Chris Spink 23.49 417 Kirsty Bangham 25.22 493 Ashleigh Ferris 26.36 798 Jackie Dunkley 30.57 827 Colette Doran 31.40 950 Wally Garrod 37.59 972 John Hanscomb 40.13 OLD DEER PARK parkrun 5km Saturday 28th February 1 M Stewart (SoC) 18.22 3 Craig Maclellan 19.56 5 J Higgins (London H) 20.51 (1st woman) 12 Phil Roberts 23.02 42 Jane Craigie-Payne 27.02 43 Mel Davison 27.04 48 Julian Holden 28.43 51 Louise Beal 29.09 52 Lorna Smith 29.34 DULWICH parkrun 5km Saturday 28th February Megan de Silva was the leading woman, and Becky Hall chased her home inside 20 minutes. 1 Unknown 16.40 11 Megan de Silva 18.51 (1st woman) 20 Becky Hall 19.33 40 Rob Curtis 21.09 KINGSTON parkrun 5km Saturday 28th February Trevor Maguire was third overall while Wiebke Kortum was second woman. 1 W Russell (Bris & W) 17.33 3 Trevor Maguire 18.30 18 Chris Camacho 21.22 26 E Haley (unatt) 22.25 (1st woman) 28 Wiebke Kortum 22.52 ROOT 44 parkrun 5km Saturday 28th February Nick Wright finished first. 1 Nick Wright 18.15 37 Y Swart (unatt) 23.32 (1st woman) OTHER parkruns (Saturday 28th February)... Pollok, Glasgow: 29 Peter Weir 20.22 Mile End: 13 Alex Fordham 19.27, 69 Peter Fordham 24.06 Black Park: 111 Michelle Davies 24.54, 112 Lee Davies 24.56 Osterley: 6 Niall O'Connor 21.27 Bournemouth: 122 Eugenio Carmo 25.27 Wimple Estate: 9 Paul Sinton-Hewitt 20.47, 128 Jo Sinton-Hewitt 31.04 Gunnersbury: 91 Phil Jackson 24.01, 286 Lexi Slaughter 39.06, 287 Waldron Slaughter 39.23 Bognor Regis: 19 David Rowe 23.10 Yeovil Montacute: 127 Christine David 32.35 Reigate Priory: 10 Alberto Esguevillas 21.14 BUSHY PARK JUNIOR parkrun 2km Sunday 1st March 1 J Poncia (SMR) 7.16 4 S Moore (unatt) 7.51 (1st girl) 70 Eilidh Sinclair 10.38 SAVILL GARDENS JUNIOR parkrun 2km Sunday 1st March 1 L Boyt (Slough J) 7.40 4 H Landon (unatt) 9.00 (1st girl) 56 Ciara McLaren 11.42 57 Campbell McLaren 11.45 127 Connor Scally 16.39 138 Thomas Lane 18.10 FINALLY... Here's the Pathé news coverage of the Surrey County Cross-Country Championships on Epsom Downs, 14th January 1933. Ranelagh placed second team to Belgrave Harriers. Ranelagh were led by Godfrey 3rd, Stansbury 6th, Trapnell 7th and Lane 11th. Video:.