*************************************************** RANELAGH HARRIERS E-NEWS # 461 30 October 2015 Editor: Steve Rowland mailto: email@example.com *************************************************** HEADLINE NEWS ************* * A record 117 Ranelagh Harriers turn out for the Orion mob match * Led by Jon Pepper and Becky Hall we win by 1715 to 2909 * Club vets championships won by Peter Haarer, Trevor Maguire and Chris Owens, and sealed handicap by Bert Grieco * Ranelagh women finish 7th in the SEAA Cross-Country Relay champs * Surrey Masters Championship team medals go to our M50s and W45s, and individual medals to Marie Synnott-Wells, Sonia Rowland, Chris Owens, Trevor Maguire and Allan Lang * Good Marathon and Half Marathon performances * Wiebke Kortum is the leading W45 in the Clarendon Marathon * Martin Halvey is the leading M55 in the Dublin Marathon * parkrun placings for Megan de Silva, Nick Twomey, Clare Fowler, Jon Smith and Becky Northmore * ECCA relays this Saturday, Surrey Leagues next week * Book now for the Christmas Party on December 5th ATTENTION PLEASE **************** ECCA XC RELAY CHAMPIONSHIPS Saturday 31st October at Mansfield Good luck to our women's team who are making the trip up to Nottinghamshire. SURREY LEAGUES The next League races are on Saturday 7th November. The men are back on Wimbledon Common but hosted by Belgrave Harriers this time. Start times are 2.30pm for juniors and 3pm for seniors. Location and course map:. The women's races are at West End Common, Esher. Seniors run at 12 noon, followed by juniors at 1pm and 1.30pm. Location and course map:. For both events all are welcome and you can register on the day. NEXT JOB FOR THE MOB Following our stunning success in this season's first mob match last Saturday, it's time to look ahead to the next. We are facing the might of Thames Hare & Hounds on Saturday 28th November on their Wimbledon Common course. Start time is 2.30pm. Technically this is an away fixture, but the Thames HQ is no more than a couple of hundred metres from Richmond Park's Robin Hood Gate, so it hardly counts as away really. We can expect Thames to be stronger at the front of the field than Orion were, so that massive blue wave of Ranelagh vests will be all the more important. Don't forget, everyone needed, everyone counts. Join the Blue Wave! VIRGIN LONDON MARATHON BALLOT London Marathon organisers have substantially reduced the number of guaranteed places on offer to clubs - citing the increase in "good for your age" qualifiers, most of whom are club athletes. Our allocation has accordingly been reduced to just two. If you have been rejected in the public ballot and meet the club's qualifying criteria of having run in two mob matches during the past twelve months (or run one and marshalled club events twice), please contact our Hon Sec Wyn Williams firstname.lastname@example.org before the Christmas Party on 5th December. KEN POWLEY... ...was knocked off his bike the day before the mob match and was very sorry to miss such a momentous occasion. Fortunately the damage seems to be confined to severe bruising, but he can't get out and about for the moment. We all wish him a speedy recovery. In the meantime we had to resort to old fashioned paper and pencil methods to produce the result on Saturday! SUBSCRIPTIONS... ...for 2015-16 are well overdue but there are still quite a few active members who have not yet paid. The club is unable to register you with England Athletics unless your subs are paid up. Despite the increase in the EA registration fee to £12, we are keeping our subscription rates unchanged for at least another year. That's £40 for seniors, £20 for second-claim members and those who are retired and over 60, £10 for under 20s and students and non-running members. There is also a £70 family membership. Post your cheque to Membership Secretary, Ranelagh Harriers, 135a Petersham Road, Richmond, Surrey TW10 7AA or leave it in an envelope at the clubhouse. A Standing Order form is available from our website here: . For Bank Transfers, our account is at HSBC, sort code 40-23-29, account number 81109847; please add a message, for example SubscriptionJSmith. For any queries, e-mail the Membership Secretary email@example.com. CHRISTMAS PARTY Saturday 5th December at 7pm It's a new venue this year for our Christmas Party on December 5th: the Lass O'Richmond Hill at the top of Queen's Road. Book your places now! The cost is £40 to include a three-course dinner, wine, a disc jockey and dancing. There is a limit of 80 people, so get your booking in early. E-mail Michele Gibson firstname.lastname@example.org or add your name to the list in the clubhouse, where you will also find a menu. THURSDAY NIGHT TRACK TRAINING AT OSTERLEY The club is continuing to subsidise track sessions on Thursday evenings at the Osterley track. All groups and all abilities are welcome. The sessions are every Thursday 7.30-8.30pm. Link to the map is here:. FACEBOOK Follow Ranelagh on Facebook. RANELAGH JUNIORS Check out what's happening in our junior section at ranelagh-harriers-juniors.com/. WHAT'S COMING ************* More details of the following from the men's Captains ( e-mail Phil or Trevor ) email@example.com or the women's Captain / Team Manager ( e-mail Becky or Phil firstname.lastname@example.org ) Saturday 31st October ECCA National XC Relays at Berry Hill Park, Mansfield. 2.05pm start. Saturday 7th November Surrey League race 2 - women at West End Common, Esher (12 noon start), men on Wimbledon Common (3pm start). See above. Saturday 14th November London XC Championships at Parliament Hill. Saturday 21st November South of the Thames 5 miles championship at Polesden Lacey. Note that this does NOT incorporate our club women's champs this year (it will be with the final League race on Feb 13th). Saturday 28th November Mob Match v Thames Hare & Hounds on Wimbledon Common. See above. Saturday 12th December Stubbs Cup mob match v South London Harriers at Coulsdon. Reserve the date! parkruns every Saturday at 9am Bushy Park Diana Fountain car park Richmond Park Richmond Gate Wimbledon Common Windmill car park 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 and at 9am at Moormead Rec, Twickenham. WHAT'S HAPPENED *************** HAROLD LEE CUP MOB MATCH v ORION HARRIERS Saturday 24th October 7.67 miles in Richmond Park Phil Killingley reports: "We start the 2015-16 season with a record 7-match winning run in mobs, having won all four for the first time ever in 2014-15, and having broken our 30-year bogey run in Epping Forest. What more is there to achieve, you might ask? Satisfied we are not (as Yoda from Star Wars might say). This year we set out to retain our winning run as long as possible, and see if we could get 100 people out at the first fixture, vs Orion at home. Otherwise known as 'Operation Centurion'. If we did that, we might also sneak over our record mob turnout - 106 people vs Blackheath in 1988. There was no room for complacency. Orion had beaten us in Richmond Park two years ago. They had sworn vengeance for Operation Betelgeuse last year, and were posting videos of Orion members chanting traditional songs on YouTube to motivate their faithful, promising double points for this away fixture, and bringing a coach-load. Nor did the omens look good - Ranelagh statistician and general legend Ken Powley was knocked off his bike the day before, preventing him from supporting the fixture. But down at the clubhouse on Petersham Road at 2pm, things were looking up. Although Orion had arrived, bringing a very decent away turnout of 50 people, Ranelagh had logged more than that already on the scoresheets - Alan Hedger scribbling furiously to record them all. By the time we had to get up to the start, we were still some way short of 100, with 89. Would there be others waiting to register up the hill? Alan strode over the road in the park with his clipboard towards the great oak tree surrounded by runners preparing themselves to mob. A huge crowd of Ranelites swarmed towards his blue-capped figure and your captain knew immediately that we had done it! In total we turned out 117 starters - beating the club record by 11. Cindy Croucher's video on Facebook records the superb mob chant for posterity. Christopher Camacho replied to that post: 'It was so loud I could just about hear some sound without wearing my implant processor and that says a lot!'. Then off we ran down a dry-underfoot Queen's Ride towards the ballet school in pursuit of glory. The first time the new course was run in October 2013, Boniface Kongin, a guest runner, ran it in 41:37. That was beaten last November by Ralph Street's 41:30. Jon Pepper decided to do the minimum needed to pinch Ralph's crown, winning yesterday's race in 41:29. Having dumped his car in Balham, and sprinted to the clubhouse from Richmond to beat the traffic, it was his second race of the day. Waves of blue followed thereafter. 7 in 10. 13 in 20. 19 in 30. 25 in 40. 30 in 50. 36 in 60. 43 in 70. And so it went on. And on. Ranelagh's dominance showed in the final scoreline of 1715 to 2909, bemusing our Orion competitors. The women's race was won by Orion's Mestawet, with Becky Hall second and Gwen McCormack not far behind in third. Ranelagh's women's contingent was 31 strong (another record?), versus 9 from Orion. There are far too many to name, but I should record the Ranelagh Veteran Champions: Peter Haarer won the V40s with a numerically pleasing time of 44:44; Trevor Maguire wasn't very far behind to take the V50s, and Chris Owens, our bronze world triathlon champ, the V60s. The force of the mob was strong in Simon Burrell, who ran with what he described to me before the race as a "mild stress fracture" in his foot - wishing him a speedy recovery and a better choice of adjective. It was also strong in the many people running the challenging 7.5 miles for the first time, and in those who came out despite injury or illness to marshal or support - your efforts are much appreciated. But the force of the mob was strongest in our numbers across men and women, young and old, fast and slow. This is an event that brings us together as a club and you should all be proud of your place in Ranelagh history. Finishing with a message from the Orion captain. 'Orion had a thoroughly enjoyable day and although we didn't get the result we wanted the spirit and the fun of the mob matches was there for all to see'." The race incorporated a sealed handicap within the vets championship. For reasons of space we'll hold over the full result until the next e-news (though you can see it on our website here: ). Winner was Bert Grieco, with Chris Read and Peter Fordham filling the minor places. A few historical notes: that former record turn-out of 106 was on the 16th January 1988 when we hosted Blackheath Harriers. They turned up with a remarkable 92 runners. As we were housed in temporary accommodation at the time, we borrowed the Richmond Canoe Club's changing rooms for the afternoon. 1982 London Marathon winner Hugh Jones led Ranelagh's team but was beaten into second place by the heathens' Tim Nash. 89-a-side scored, and from a total count of 14,554 points we lost by a margin of 114. Six of the 1988 team were in action again today: Gordon Whitson, who finished 13th back in '88, Peter Haarer 24th, Bill Harvey 28th, Mike Peace 34th, Clive Naish 41st and David Wright 50th. Only Peter, 19 at the time, has improved with the passage of 27 years! Ranelagh had only nine women in the race, Blackheath even fewer. Sonia Rowland was the leader. SURREY COUNTY MASTERS (aka VETERANS) CHAMPIONSHIPS Saturday 17th October in Richmond Park As usual, we hosted the Surrey Masters championships but officials, results and medals etc were in the hands of Surrey Athletics. There were two races, firstly a 6km for men over 60 and all women, then a 10km for men 40-59. The first race was the bigger of the two, with 110 finishers as against 84 in the 10km. There was a slight hiccup in the first race as the leading M60s and women went slightly off course, but they were quickly called back and no damage was done. 62 year-old Bob Bradbury from Woking dominated and finished a good half minute clear of second-placed Ian Kitching of SLH. A similar distance behind in third place, and securing Ranelagh's first medal of the afternoon, was Chris Owens. 17th overall, and winning the M70 class, was Hercules Wimbledon's former rock star, King Crimson guitarist Peter Giles. Ranelagh's new M60 David Powell unluckily missed the start by at least half a minute but fought his way through to the top half of the field. He and Mike Peace closed in the Ranelagh M60+ team, which was initially placed joint third before corrections to the results pushed them down to fifth. Tom Reay followed, and then Allan Lang who won a "virtual" gold medal in the M75 class. The leading women Nikla Sturzaker of Herne Hill and Nicola Richmond of Dulwich battled it out to the line in third and fourth places overall - but both came away with golds anyway. Sturzaker won the W40 class and Richmond the W45. Oddly the leading W35 was well behind them in ninth place. Leading W50 in 19th place was Guildford's Susanna Harrison, pushing Marie Synnott-Wells back into the silver medal spot. Bonnie Morgan came next, leading our W35-44 team of herself, Karen Weir and Hannah Doyle into fifth place. Deepa Sharma backed up the team. We thought we might have a chance in the W45+ team competition and so it proved. Marie, Ellen Clague and Sonia Rowland took the silver medals, and Sonia received another silver as the second W60 home. Corinne Bishop was sixth in that category. In the 10km M40-59 race it was South London's Stuart Major who as usual made the rest of the field look very pedestrian indeed. Multiple gold-medallist in this event, Stuart finished almost a minute and a half ahead of his nearest rival and won the M45 gold. Third overall, and first M50, was Guildford's Mark Tennyson. Again we had to go down the field a little before the winner of the younger age group, M40, appeared. Ranelagh's first finisher was Kris Davidson who placed 4th in the M40s, missing a bronze medal by a single second. The M40-49 team was closed in seventh by Bruce McLaren and Kevin Knowles. It was left to our M50-59 team to give us our only gold medals of the day. A rapidly returning to fitness Trevor Maguire led them in, taking the individual M50 bronze in the process. Then came another excellent run from Colin Brett, 5th in the M50s, and then John Shaw, 4th M55. Providing backup not far behind were Richard Holme, Peter Weir and Simon Burrell. Lots of photos by Jeremy Hemming imagetogo.net/go/?28071. Men 60+ and women 1 B Bradbury (Woking) 24.19 (1st M60) 3 N Sturzaker (HHH)) 24.55 (1st W40) 4 N Richmond (Dul R) 24.57 (1st W45) 8 Chris Owens 25.19 (3rd M60) 9 N Wilson (Rei P) 25.20 (1st W35) 17 P Giles (Herc W) 25.51 (1st M70) 19 S Harrison (G&G) 25.54 (1st W50) 21 J Quaintance (SLH) 26.01 (1st M65) 26 Marie Synnott-Wells 26.21 (2nd W50) 29 Bonnie Morgan 26.53 (6th W35) 35 M Statham (Holl S) 27.03 (1st W60) 38 P Iannella (SLH) 27.16 (1st W55) 43 Ellen Clague 27.28 (5th W45) 48 David Powell 27.49 (12th M60) 52 Karen Weir 28.10 (10th W40) 59 Mike Peace 29.03 (6th M65) 66 Sonia Rowland 30.07 (2nd W60) 73 Hannah Doyle 30.34 (10th W35) 86 Tom Reay 32.11 (12th M65) 96 Deepa Sharma 34.06 (11th W35) 106 Allan Lang 37.08 (1st M75) 109 Corinne Bishop 40.04 (6th W60) Teams (3 to score) W45+ 1 South London H 21 2 Ranelagh H 34 3 Wimbledon W 52 Men 40 - 59 1 S Major (SLH) 34.29 (1st M45) 3 M Tennyson (G&G) 36.19 (1st M50) 6 F Power (HHH) 36.54 (1st M40) 10 Kris Davidson 37.28 (4th M40) 12 Trevor Maguire 37.58 (3rd M50) 13 D Ogden (SLH) 38.00 (1st M55) 18 Colin Brett 38.25 (5th M50) 26 John Shaw 39.43 (4th M55) 32 Richard Holme 40.33 (9th M50) 42 Peter Weir 41.37 (11th M50) 50 Bruce McLaren 42.33 (14th M45) 53 Simon Burrell 42.47 (16th M50) 75 Kevin Knowles 46.56 (18th M40) Teams (3 to score) M50-59 1 Ranelagh H 18 2 Dorking & MV 26 3 South London H 34 SOUTH OF ENGLAND AA CROSS-COUNTRY RELAY CHAMPIONSHIPS Saturday 17th October at Wormwood Scrubs Phil Aiken reports: It was a Saturday morning in March, back in 2012, when I experienced Wormwood Scrubs on my parkrun London tour. The Race Director pointed out that tourists rarely came back. I described it as a bleak expanse of football pitches overlooked by a prison, which possibly explains why. But 3½ years later, I was back. The South of England Cross Country Relays have made Wormwood Scrubs their home and, with a full programme of races from U13 to Senior, they offer an alternative to those who are not Surrey-eligible and still young enough not be classed as a Master. Rugby traffic delayed journeys into and through Richmond so both teams' declaration sheets were completed and handed in with a member of each still to arrive. But arrive they did. And with time to boot, too. The Senior Women's race consisted of three legs of 3k, following the perimeter of the Scrubs. Fresh from her top 15 finish at the opening Surrey League race the previous week, Julia set off full of confidence, quickly settling into second place. Not surprisingly she had dropped a few places by the end of the lap, finishing in 8th place, three ahead of former Bath University teammate, South London's Rachel Coe-O'Brien. Bracknell, Newbury and Herne Hill occupied the podium positions. The Women's Captain took on second leg responsibility. Like Julia, Becky ran the 8th quickest leg time and, with Newbury unable to match their opening leg performance, we moved up to 7th. Bracknell retained first place but, with no final leg runner, their race was done. So second placed Belgrave now assumed the lead, ahead of Barnet and Dulwich, who moved into contention thanks to Claire Elms, who ran the fastest second leg. It was left to Suzy to close things out. London Heathside lay 15 seconds ahead. Less than that behind lay Winchester with one-time sub-2:40 marathoner Michaela McCallum and South London, with Steph McCall. Steph had broken the Surrey Road Relay course record to claim gold, overturning a significant deficit to Herne Hill. Today was no different. Starting 1'05" behind Belgrave's Rose O'Brien, she passed all eight runners ahead of her and crossed the line with a 17 seconds advantage, running the fastest time of the day by 27 seconds. Belgrave held onto second but there was a real scrap behind, with Heathside's Sarah Swinhoe running the 6th fastest time to snatch 3rd from Dulwich by a mere three seconds. The gaps were too much for Suzy to make up any places so we finished a highly creditable 7th in our first appearance, though behind four other Surrey teams. For our B Team, Gwen ran the opening leg just 35 seconds slower than Julia to came home 14th. Elisa and Becky (a different one) gained valuable cross country experience on legs two and three as we finished in 16th. Though these relays may have the lowest profile of the half dozen road and cross country events put on by the South of England AA, that's actually no bad thing. It won't be another 3½ years before I come back." Senior Women 1 South London H 37.34 2 Belgrave H 37.51 3 London Heathside 38.14 7 Ranelagh H 'A' 39.20 Julia Bailey 8 12.51 Becky Hall 7 13.09 Suzy Whatmough 7 13.20 16 Ranelagh H 'B' 43.59 Gwen McCormack 14 13.26 Becky Northmore 16 15.33 Elisa Ferrua 16 15.00 CLARENDON MARATHON Sunday 4th October Salisbury to Winchester Wiebke Kortum was the leading over 45 in this off-road marathon. 1 N Martin (Overton) 2:56.31 4 J Meek (Eastleigh) 3:08.40 (1st woman) 67 Wiebke Kortum 3:59.09 BOURNEMOUTH MARATHON Sunday 4th October Mick Lane fell a little short of his sub-3 target but placed second in the M55 category. Mick has a special aim in mind: it's claimed in Runner's World that the greatest span between first and last marathons under 3 hours is 36 years. Mick ran 2:44 back in June 1979, a couple of weeks after his 19th birthday. So if he can slot in another sub-3 now he will at least equal that record. 1 B Kiprono (Kenya) 2:16.00 (chip time 2:16.00) 57 Mick Lane 3:09.59 (3:09.43) RIVER THAMES HALF MARATHON Sunday 18th October at Walton Roy Reeder of Strags and Ranelagh organised this successful event in which a handful of Ranelagh took part. The winner was apparently out for a training run and reports including some 800m reps and marathon tempo running into his race! 1 P Martelletti (RunF) 1:11.52 (chip time 1:11.52) 22 R Harvey (Clapham C) 1:23.51 (1:23.48 - 1st woman) 154 Lee Davies 1:35.40 (1:35.16) 317 Paul Wapshott 1:43.27 (1:42.39) 334 Phil Roberts 1:44.13 (1:43.26) 635 Lewis Emery 1:56.16 (1:54.35) 942 Maya Farah 2:09.01 (2:07.23) AMSTERDAM HALF MARATHON Sunday 18th October Nick Twomey writes on Facebook: "I went into the Amsterdam Half about 10-14 days too early in my training. Nevertheless I gave it a go and finished 50th out of 14,004 in 1.17.31...32 second PB...all in the right direction!" Carl Selya-Hammer and Mark Herbert also set good times. 1 K Sasmin (Estonia) 69.02 23 Carl Selya-Hammer 74.31 50 Nick Twomey 77.31 107 Mark Herbert 80.20 GREAT BIRMINGHAM HALF MARATHON Sunday 18th October Carl Assmundson ran a personal best just outside 74 minutes. 1 C Thompson (AFD) 63.00 (chip time 63.00) 21 D Napieraj (Poland ) 73.39 (73.39 - 1st woman) 24 Carl Assmundson 74.11 (74.08) MABAC LEAGUE 5 miles Sunday 18th October at Nonsuch Park 1 A Brooker (Epsom O) 31.26 41 Steve Aikin 40.41 GREAT WEST RUN HALF MARATHON Sunday 18th October at Exeter 1 S Antell (Bideford) 1:10.08 (chip time 1:10.07) 25 A Granger (B&W) 1:21.18 (1:21.16 - 1st woman) 1839 Danni Croucher 2:13.05 (2:06.46) 2579 Cindy Croucher 2:37.29 (2:31.11) GREAT SOUTH RUN 10 miles Sunday 25th October at Portsmouth 1 M Kipsiro (Kenya) 46.00 27 V Cheruiyot (Kenya) 51.17 (1st woman) 9677 Katrina Roche 105.59 10053 Tamsin Burland 107.39 BRISTOL - BATH MARATHON Sunday 25th October 1 A Holland (Notfast) 2:31.31 (chip time 2:31.29) 15 C Prosser (Wells) 2:52.54 (2:52.50 - 1st woman) 2693 Ashleigh Ferris 4:21.40 (4:19.31) JEKYLL AND HYDE DUATHLON Sunday 25th October in Hyde Park 1 A Greenleaf (Serp) 69.48 (run 1 12.58, T1 37, bike 30.56, T2 33, run 2 24.41 26 Ted Mockett 80.16 (14.06, 66, 35.16, 51, 28.55) 33 Peter Faull 81.45 (14.32, 55, 36.39, 39, 28.58) DUBLIN MARATHON Sunday 26th October Another sub-3 hours clocking for Martin Halvey, which earned him first place in the M55 category. 1 A Gemechu (Ethiopia) 2:14.02 (chip time 2:14.01) 16 N Lehonkova (Ukraine) 2:31.09 (2:31.08 - 1st woman) 234 Martin Halvey 2:56.18 (2:56.14) 6860 Ann Kearey 4:14.45 (4:13.52) 7374 Kevin Kearey 4:19.17 (4:18.04) RICHMOND PARK parkrun 5km Saturday 17th October 1 P Lowe (Strag) 16.15 6 R Kieran (HHH) 18.28 (1st woman) 16 Peter Faull 19.42 30 John Hobson 21.03 36 Matt Aikin 21.30 38 Steve Aikin 21.35 49 Tomas Sterner 22.06 70 Elisa Ferrua 23.03 73 Amrut Sharma 23.06 74 Daniel Rushby 23.10 118 Carol Aikin 25.17 138 Jo Sinton-Hewitt 26.10 139 Paul Sinton-Hewitt 26.11 149 Michael Sikora 26.37 167 Ally Salisbury 27.15 221 Phil Aiken 29.15 239 Maia Rushby 30.53 240 James Rushby 30.57 258 Penny Merrett 32.15 294 Pat Hewlett 39.00 BUSHY PARK parkrun 5km Saturday 17th October Megan de Silva was first woman. 1 R Marriott (unatt) 17.00 22 Megan de Silva 18.54 (1st woman) 48 Marc Snaith 19.37 50 Simon Beal 19.41 345 Owen Delaney 24.24 351 Ian Grange 24,27 436 Kirsty Bangham 25.30 555 Ashleigh Ferris 26.57 592 Mary Hickson 27.34 665 Jackie Dunkley 28.16 943 Wally Garrod 37.34 976 John Hanscomb 44.36 CRANE PARK parkrun 5km Saturday 17th October 1 A Keane (unatt) 18.44 7 Tom Kearey 20.08 17 Kevin Kearey 21.28 32 M Gauthier (unatt) 22.59 (1st woman) 35 James Barber 23.09 57 Josie Kearey 25.16 58 Ann Kearey 25.19 84 Lynne Barber 27.31 97 Jane Craigie-Payne 28.47 98 Mel Davison 28.48 120 Louise Wapshott 30.13 124 Christine David 30.27 128 Tamsin Burland 31.30 132 Hilary Thomson 31.44 136 Tracey Small 32.33 OSTERLEY parkrun 5km Saturday 17th October Becky Northmore was third woman to finish. 1 K Jack (Nene V) 17.33 16 J Mackie (B&W) 22.46 (1st woman) 28 Becky Northmore 23.45 OLD DEER PARK parkrun 5km Saturday 17th October Jon Smith was second overall and Clare Fowler was the leading woman. 1 D Halloway (Tadworth) 17.42 2 Jon Smith 18.56 5 Tom Bradley 20.49 12 Clare Fowler 22.12 (1st woman) 18 Grace Munro 23.37 26 Luke Maguire 25.15 32 Paula Maguire 26.10 33 Julian Holden 26.20 45 Wyn Williams 28.54 65 Katie Walton 34.07 66 Deborah Blakemore 34.07 OTHER parkruns (Saturday 17th October) Penrith: 32 Andrew Brown 24.44 Kingston: 23 Chris Camacho 21.17, 72 Simon Taylor 24.48, 92 Fiona Pugh 25.42 Bournemouth: 245 Eugenio Carmo 28.41 Little Stoke: 37 Gordon Whitson 21.34 Fountains Abbey: 81 Phil Jackson 24.31 Krakow: 31 Andy Bickerstaff 21.25, 65 Peter Fordham 24.11 Bedfont Lakes: 23 Chris Read 22.17, 176 Colette Doran 53.15 Wimbledon Common: 79 Ben Shore 22.32 Banstead Woods: 52 Simon Hedger 22.33 Reigate Priory: 21 Duncan Mallison 22.04 MOORMEAD JUNIORS parkrun 2km Sunday 18th October 1 S Colvine (SMR) 8.15 3 I King (unatt) 8.23 (1st girl) 16 Oliver Beal 10.22 18 Campbell McLaren 11.09 CRANE PARK parkrun 5km Saturday 24th October Nick Twomey (and others) warmed up for the afternoon's mob match... 1 Nick Twomey 17.38 9 Tom Kearey 20.33 12 Daniel Chiechi 21.12 18 N McClelland (unatt) 21.56 (1st woman) 20 Kabir Sait 22.23 31 Clare King 24.17 36 Mike White 24.23 39 Paul Wapshott 24.40 42 Josie Kearey 24.47 77 Ann Kearey 28.41 78 Kevin Kearey 28.43 85 Louise Wapshott 30.16 86 Christine David 30.26 89 Cindy Croucher 30.50 94 Tracey Small 32.33 97 Tanya Allen 33.41 105 Lexi Slaughter 38.53 106 Waldron Slaughter 38.53 RICHMOND PARK parkrun 5km Saturday 24th October ...as did a few more in Richmond Park... 1 P Lowe (Strag) 16.07 11 H Edwards (HHH) 19.28 (1st woman) 45 Alberto Esguevillas 21.33 69 Elisa Ferrua 22.39 121 Sam Rushby 25.04 136 Nick Fordham 25.50 144 Michael Sikora 26.09 157 James Rushby 26.29 180 Ally Salisbury 27.13 210 Leeanne Bryce 28.12 273 Wendy Fisher 32.04 282 Hadi Khatamizadeh 33.21 295 Martin Clark 36.04 302 Andrew Brown 39.00 312 Penny Merrett 68.02 BUSHY PARK parkrun 5km Saturday 24th October ...and one or two more in Bushy. Megan de Silva was the leading woman for the second week in a row, posting almost identical times. 1 R Axe (Cardiff) 16.07 24 Megan de Silva 18.53 (1st woman) 25 Owen Delaney 19.01 85 Sacha Kennedy 20.55 94 Simon Collingridge 21.08 271 James Whistler 23.48 351 Rob Kitchen 24.59 501 Jonny Brook 27.03 502 Kate Brook 27.03 849 Duncan Bell 32.57 932 Wally Garrod 37.54 961 John Hanscomb 43.38 OTHER parkruns (Saturday 24th October) Old Deer Park: 43 Oliver Beal 30.18, 44 Louise Beal 30.19, 49 Julian Holden 30.52 Kingston: 25 Chris Camacho 21.43, 119 Chris Cato 29.17 Bournemouth: 210 Eugenio Carmo 28.01 Gunnersbury: 46 Rob Wise 21.14 Fountains Abbey: 87 Phil Jackson 24.26 Shrewsbury: 93 James Barber 23.57, 200 Lynne Barber 28.14, 253 Stacey Barber 31.47 Winchester: 177 Colette Doran 29.01 Fulham Palace: 60 Tomas Sterner 21.36 Bognor Regis: 7 David Rowe 20.58 Reigate Priory: 13 Duncan Mallison 21.22 MOORMEAD JUNIORS parkrun 2km Sunday 25th October 1 S Bateman (Comet Tri) 7.45 3 F John (unatt) 8.23 (1st girl) 26 Oliver Beal 10.34 30 Campbell McLaren 11.06 Runners in Victoria Park speak candidly and movingly about their lives: Video:.