*************************************************** RANELAGH HARRIERS E-NEWS # 469 17th February 2016 Editor: Steve Rowland mailto: firstname.lastname@example.org *************************************************** HEADLINE NEWS ************* * Final Surrey League races - Ranelagh women finish 6th on the day and 4th overall, led by Megan de Silva * Ranelagh men finish 3rd on the day and 6th overall, led by Jon Pepper * Megan de Silva finishes 2nd in the Bramley 10m * Fast track 3000m by Ralph Street * All needed for the final Mob Match of the season at home in Richmond Park this Saturday * Calling all under 18s - club junior championships on Saturday 5th March with Dysart and Ellis Cup races * Book now for the Ranelagh Quiz Night on Saturday 5th March * Get your entry in for the Richmond Half Marathon ATTENTION PLEASE **************** NEXT JOB FOR THE MOB - THIS SATURDAY! The fourth and last mob match of this season will be on Saturday 20th February at home in Richmond Park against Blackheath and Bromley Harriers and AC. Phil Killingley writes: "Help the team to a record an 11th mob win in a row and two consecutive seasons unbeaten. The home mob match course beckons! All able-bodied Harriers needed to repel the Heathens!" It's 7.5 miles in the Park, 2.30pm start and we need everyone we can get. All runners welcome, register on the day. QUIZ NIGHT Our next quiz night at the clubhouse will be on Saturday 5th March. Ted Mockett will be your inquisitor. Start time is 6.30pm in the clubhouse, with a break for fish and chips (or veggie alternative) at about 8pm. Price is £10 to include the quiz and supper, and possibly also beer and wine. Teams of four, either put your own team together or just come along and we'll sort you out on the night. Book your place with Andy Hayward email@example.com . NATIONAL CROSS-COUNTRY CHAMIONSHIPS Saturday 27th February The National takes place this year at Donington Park, Leicestershire. Entries are closed. MABAC LEAGUE Sunday 28th February 5 miles in Richmond Park The Ranelagh MABAC League race will start across from Broomfield Hill car park at 11 am on Sunday 28th February. It is the usual 2 x 2.5 mile laps open to all on foot and free to enter. Walkers and juniors are welcome. We do need more than a dozen volunteers to marshal and help with timekeeping. Please contact Heather Martingell firstname.lastname@example.org or Bev Ali email@example.com if you are able to help. DYSART CUP and ELLIS CUP and RANELAGH JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS Saturday 5th March These take place on Saturday 5th March in Richmond Park, starting at 3pm. The senior race is over our 5 miles two lap League course. The Dysart Cup goes to the winning women's team and the Ellis Cup to the winning men's team. All are welcome to run. In addition there will be a one-lap (2.5 miles) race for juniors which will incorporate Ranelagh's club junior championships. All under 18s are eligible. Register for either race on the day. FINCHLEY 20 miles Sunday 13th March at Ruislip Despite the name, the race is at Ruislip and incorporates our club 20 miles championship for the Spendlove Cup. Details and entries here:. RANELAGH HARRIERS RICHMOND HALF MARATHON Our own Half Marathon will take place on Sunday 1st May and entries are already streaming in! Over 600 names are already on the list, including nearly 40 from Ranelagh. This race usually sells out well in advance of the closing date, so get your entry in early to avoid disappointment. Details:. If you're not planning to run, we'll need plenty of help on the day, so please reserve the date. FULLERS THAMES TOWPATH 10 miles Sunday 17th April at Chiswick This will as usual be the first race in our 2016 Ranelagh Grand Prix series. 9am start. This is always a popular race, with some 580 already entered. Details and entries here:. THAMES HARE & HOUNDS DASH FOR THE SPLASH David Symons of Thames writes: "On 28th February is our Dash For The Splash 10k which raises money for nature conservation on the Common. (www.dashforthesplash.com). It starts at 9.30 from our clubhouse next to Asda on the A3 and will be a true trail run - except the Dash will clean your shoes at the end!" CONGRATULATIONS... ...to our men's Captain Phil Killingley and Louise on the arrival of a bouncing baby boy, Albie, early on Monday 8th February. As you will see below, the proud dad did not let this momentous event interfere with his attendance at the final Surrey League race! VISIT BY ENGLAND ATHLETICS CEO CHRIS JONES Chris Jones and England Athletics Board member and co-chair of London Regional Council Peter Crawshaw visited the club on Tuesday 9th February to find out more about our current activities and history. Chris commented, "In many ways a lot has changed since clubs like Ranelagh were forming the very beginnings of club athletics. But still clubs and bringing people together to enjoy athletics remain at the very heart of our sport. Ranelagh have been involved in providing a great mix of training, competing and socialising to many people over a great many years. Their achievements and role in running in their community, and further afield, are a real testimony to those people who are part of the club today and who have done in the past. The visit was a great reminder of all our sport has to offer." Thanks go to Rick Jenner for organising the visit. OBITUARY (with thanks to Athletics International) John Ivor DISLEY CBE (b. 20 Nov 1928 Corris, Caernarfonshire and Merionethshire) died on February 8 at the age of 87. Coached by Geoff Dyson, he became Britain's first world-class steeplechaser for 15 years when he set four British records at 2 miles and five at 3000m, in the former taking the record from 10:12.6 in 1950 to 9:44.0 in 1952 and the latter from 9:18.4 in 1950 to 8:44.2 in 1955. He smashed through the 9-minute barrier at the 1952 Olympics, when he improved from 9:11.8 to 8:59.59 in the heats and to 8:51.94 for the bronze medal in the final. Four years later he entered the Games as Britain's No.1, and nearly matched his best with 8:44.6, but with that he was sixth in the final won by his teammate Chris Brasher. Educated at Oswestry High School in Shropshire, Disley said in an interview in Athletics Weekly in 1951 that he had never seen an athletics track until he came to Loughborough College as a student in 1946; there he ran a mile in the Freshers Sports. Before that his running had been confined to annual cross-country runs and school sports. He was AAA champion in 1952, 1955 and 1957 and won Welsh titles at 1 mile in 1949, 1951, 1954 and 1958. In 1955 he was voted BBC Wales Sports Personality of the Year. He ran for London AC and was a schoolmaster in his running days before becoming the first chief instructor at the CCPR's flagship mountaineering and outdoor pursuits centre, Plas y Brenin in Snowdonia. He helped Brasher to promote orienteering in Britain from the mid-1960s, and took over from him as chairman of the British Orienteering Federation 1970-2 and was a member of the International Orienteering Federation 1972-8. He was awarded the CBE in 1979 for his work in outdoor education, and was vice-chairman of the Sports Council 1974-82. He was also chairman of British Olympians 1996-2002. Again working with Brasher, he played a vital role in setting up the London Marathon, first run in 1981, from their visit to the New York Marathon in 1979. He was a director of the organisation and then chairman of the London Marathon Trust from 2006, remaining an active member of the London Marathon family throughout its 35 years. As Nick Bitel, Chief Executive of London Marathon Events Ltd said: "John was the architect of the original London Marathon route. Every runner of the race since 1981 owes him a great debt for the vision he realised alongside Chris Brasher. The fact that we are celebrating our millionth finisher this year is a testament to the conviction John had that this would be an event to span generations of runners. He will be greatly missed by all of us at the London Marathon." John Disley was a Ranelagh member for several years. He won the Clutton Cup 10 miles handicap in 1978, recording an actual time of 62.47. In 1979 he led the Ranelagh Over 50s team of himself, Chris Brasher and Ray Dare to third place in the Over 50s race at the Southern Veterans XC Championships at Milford, despite Disley and Brasher arriving late and missing the start. The same trio went on to win silvers at the National event a few weeks later at Parliament Hill, where Disley just missed an individual bronze. Then in 1981 Disley, Ken Powley and Don Martin took the Southern XC Over 50s team title at Lloyd Park Croydon, with Disley 6th this time. 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 ) firstname.lastname@example.org or the women's Captain / Team Manager ( e-mail Becky or Phil email@example.com ) Saturday 20th February Pelling Ratcliff Cup mob match v Blackheath and Bromley Harriers and AC. 7.5 miles in Richmond Park starting at 2.30pm. Everyone needed! Incorporates the Wynne Cup club championships. Saturday 27th February National XC Championships at Donington Park Saturday 5th March Dysart Cup and Ellis Cup Inter-club 5 miles and club junior championships 2.5 miles in Richmond Park. 3pm start Quiz Night in the clubhouse. 6.30pm start. Saturday 12th March Ranelagh Cup schools race in Richmond Park. 2.30pm start. Saturday 19th March Clutton Cup 10 miles cross-country handicap in Richmond Park. 2pm start. All members welcome, register on the day 5km parkruns every Saturday at 9am and 2km junior parkruns weekly or monthly on Sundays. Venues, more details and registration at www.parkrun.com or www.parkrun.org.uk/events/juniorevents/. WHAT'S HAPPENED *************** 2XU SURREY LEAGUE FINAL RACE Saturday 13th February in Richmond Park (women) and on Wimbledon Common (men) The final women's Surrey League race of the season was probably the biggest cross-country event we have ever organised in the Park. There's usually something of a late season drop-off in numbers taking part, and the weather was freezing and wet, but this didn't deter the best part of 400 runners from lining up. There have been problems in one or two recent League races with the course funnelling onto a narrow path soon after the start. Recording at the finish has not always been satisfactory either and we have seen finishers backing up some distance from the line as they queued to reach the single finishing funnel. We learned from these errors and our experienced team led by Andy Bickerstaff put together what appears to have been a highly successful afternoon. We're fortunate to have a course with plenty of space at the start and a double funnel system handled the finishers efficiently. Thanks also to Rob Curtis and Becky Hall who processed the results after the race. The League runs two divisions, but all run together. The results shown below list Division 1 finishing positions only. As for the sharp end of the race, it was all South London's Steph McCall. She simply ran away from the field and built up a lead of almost a minute over the second finisher, who was Division 2 runner Phoebe Law of Kingston & Poly. Second placer in Division 1 was McCall's clubmate Jess Chen who has just returned to running after an absence of some four years. This gave South London an excellent start in the team scoring and their final three counters were well enough placed to give SLH the top spot on the day. But their advantage over the redoubtable Clapham Chasers was only 8 points and barely made any impression on Clapham's overall lead. Clapham it was then who took the trophy, with South London in second place and Thames Hare & Hounds third. Hanging onto third place had been our target but on the day we were no match for Thames who had Olympic Marathoner Mara Yamauchi wearing the Thames saltire. However, we successfully held off Ful-on-Tri and the rest, and fourth place was a very creditable achievement. The always reliable Megan de Silva led home the Ranelagh squad of 18 runners with another top ten finish. As this race incorporated our club women's championship Megan will be presented with the Hugh Jones Salver. Behind Megan, Julia Bailey and Suzy Whatmough fought out second spot in the team with skipper Becky Hall putting in a great run only a few seconds behind. The A team of five was closed in by the still improving Ellen Clague who held off Marie Synnott-Wells to win the club's over 40s championship for Trish's Trophy. Our B team of Marie, Becky Northmore, Bonnie Morgan, Clare Fowler and Anna Scally were the top B team on the day, beating not only all the other Bs but also two A teams. Overall they placed second to the inevitable Clapham. New member Sarah Field and almost-new member Sandy Masters led the rest of the Ranelaghs including Michelle Davies who was warming up for the following day's Worthing Half Marathon. C and D teams are no longer officially scored, but statsman Ken calculates that our C team of Sarah, Sandy, Michelle, Hannah Doyle and Heather Martingell would have placed third in their category and the incomplete D team of Carol Aikin, Ann Kearey and Amy Sillitoe would also have been third. Stragglers, Woking and Guildford & Godalming filled the bottom three places overall and so drop down to Division 2 next year, to be replaced by Kent, Wimbledon Windmilers and Epsom & Ewell. In the individual classification, Megan de Silva placed third with 13th, 9th, 13th and 10th in the four races. In the under 17 / under 15 race Izzy Atkins finished 9th, less than a minute behind the winner. Phil Killingley reports on the men's race: "On a wintery February day on Wimbledon Common, another tense relegation battle was due to unravel before the eyes of any shivering spectators hardy enough to brave the outdoors. With Kent having all but secured the title at the sharp end, just 42 points separated Ranelagh, Belgrave and Clapham, one of whom would need to join Guildford for the drop to Division 2. Ranelagh were confident from the off as we splashed our way across the golf course and plunged down into the trees. Belgrave were reported 'not to have turned up' [in any numbers] and Clapham were missing star runner Andy Maud, representing his country in Belgium. Our team posted a dazzlingly low 366 points, all the more astonishing for the strength of the league this year, and almost 200pts clear of both our rivals, to finish in third place for the fixture and sixth place overall in the league. Jon Pepper was superb in 4th place and Carl Assmundson produced another excellent run for the dizzy heights of 15th. Jake Waldron made his first Surrey League appearance for us at a very welcome moment and was 23rd. Not too far behind was a blue wall of the like more normally associated with mobs. Eirin McDaid, Richard Gregory, Phil Killingley, Ollie Murphy and George Howard packed closely around the end of lap 1 and despite George's downhill fall and Richard's manflu we were still close by the end. The scoring team was made up by a surging Carl Selya-Hammer and Jordan Mungovan, both running excellently. This was the hardest team to score for in a long time, and Steve Whitehead and Peter Haarer will rightly feel aggrieved they didn't manage it, despite excellent runs, as will a number of others behind them. The team repaired to the Fox and Grapes to celebrate, but it wasn't till later that the real drama unfolded. It had been clear on the course that the Clapham/Belgrave fight for the drop would be tight, but as results came out and were altered here and there, it looked first like Clapham were down, then Belgrave, before settling down for the evening with both teams level on points, and Belgrave surviving on some arcane detailed countback rule. But at three minutes to midnight video evidence was produced and circulated showing a Clapham Chaser had passed another runner just before the line. Clapham moved one point ahead (2128 to Belgrave's 2129). At time of writing, it looks like Belgrave will be down. Dorking and Dulwich look set to join us in Division 1 next season. It's been another fascinating season. At Christmas I only gave us a 40% chance of survival, but the muddier courses of Jan/Feb, and perhaps our love of mobs and other xc events has kept our team sharp and hungry. Well done to you all, not just the scorers, for making it so much fun. Particular thanks to team manager Alan Hedger, statistician Ken Powley and the other regular supporters out on the course (how can we quantify their contribution in points? It must be substantial)." Euan Sinclair ran well in a large field of under 13s to finish 22nd. Lots of photos from the men's race by Stephen Logue: https://www.flickr.com/photos/28chester/sets/72157664578465126/. This review of the men's and women's League season comes via Facebook from Belgrave's Will Cockerell: "As a self-confessed Surreyleagaholic I confidently submit this was the greatest season in the league's history, for both the men and women. The standard and competition between the clubs is awesome. Witness the Belgrave ladies winning quite comfortably in 2014 and 2015 and finishing 9th this time round. Yes they had some problems but no-one predicted that! As for Kent's men, although they won their 4th title in a row, I am quite sure that huge work goes in behind the scenes and with a buffer of just 45 points per fixture - basically a single runner, team manager Ken Pike will tell you it ain't getting any easier. And what about that relegation battle! Belgrave's men are one wounded furry animal, but they were never complacent, and treated the threat from Clapham Chasers dead seriously from the B of Bang in October. But the claret and gold were simply unable to solve the puzzle of how to handle Clapham's huge engine room. And this is precisely what the league was designed for, and why the scoring team of 10 is such a large number: to give the heartbeat of the clubs the chance to sample the atmosphere of big-time competition. And the big-time is no exaggeration with the clubs on Saturday providing athletes for all four Olympics this Century, and the winners of four editions of the National Cross. One point the difference then between staying up and going down - my goodness! If ever one wonders why a runner takes a seemingly innocuous duel with an athlete from another club so seriously, it's for moments like these. And incredibly, exactly the same thing happened in Div 2. Commiserations to West 4's gang and congrats to Walton for their last gasp smash and grab. The shape and feel of the Div 1 next season will look a bit strange without the Nagongeran Lion Paskar Owor blasting away at the front of the field and to be sure he is a little deflated to not be there. Paskar feels he has two seasons of athletics left in him of what has been a momentous career. So get ready for him to be back all guns blazing and taking no prisoners in 2017-18! As for me, I shall be bereft come October, having only missed four Div 1 matches since Feb '98. When you see me lining up in Div 1 next season, be sensitive to my amnesia, and gently point me in the direction of some Surrey hamlet 12 miles away... Sniff, gulp, snork. Guildford and Belgrave will be replaced by Dorking and Dulwich next term. No disrespect to either of those two fine clubs, but all I can say is start training like mongooses now... you've earned yourself a passport to a nest of vipers like you never dreamed! Finally, congratulations to Kingston, Epsom, Fulham and Runnymede for their respective promotions to Divs 2 & 3. The women too enjoy a stronger league than at any time in their history. (You have to take care of a 2:23 marathoner to get into the top-16 there, after all). As their men celebrated a brilliant coup, the ladies of Clapham roared to a resounding league win with 120 points to spare, but a closer analysis shows that it was their immaculate consistency that won the day. They 'only' won half of the fixtures, and one of those was a squeaker, but it was that dominating performance in the second match when several other clubs had an off day, which sealed their fortune. The last match was amazing. More than ever before, that league is now an 8-way slugfest. I personally think it should take the bold step and progress to 6 to score, as 5 is a tad 'behind the times', and for the clubs who fear the rise, my message would be: embrace the challenge, don't shirk it! Div 1 is about to have a new, extremely dangerous visitor, from the Garden of England. If Kent's demolition of Div 2 is anything to go by (not to mention the business model set by their men), then they are going to be tough to stop next year. Kent are joined by the Windmilers and old faves Epsom and Ewell, who on their day can beat anyone; as that amazing team at the 2012 Surrey road relay showed. Finally, a huge thanks to the hundreds of volunteers who give up countless hours of their time each season, often in awful conditions; and to three noble lads in Andy Robinson - are we in love with his website or what - and it's only going to get better, and our hard-working Hon League Secretaries Martin Duff and Ron Gobey." MIDDLESEX SCHOOLS CROSS-COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS Thursday 28th January at Harrow School Izzy Atkins followed up her victory in the Middlesex U15 Championships by adding the county schools title to her collection. There were top ten performances also from Jess Harbert, Sacha Kennedy and Greg Atkins. Under 19 Girls 1 G Kyriacou (Barnet) 14.21 6 Jess Harbert (Ealing) 15.36 17 Ellie Luxmoore (Ealing) 17.43 Under 15 Girls 1 Izzy Atkins (Richmond) 12.11 6 Sacha Kennedy (Rich) 12.49 56 Josie Kearey (Hounslow) 16.04 Under 17 Boys 1 J Owen (Enfield) 19.54 4 Greg Atkins (Richmond) 20.56 AV SHIELD FINAL Saturday 6th February at Albert Park, Melbourne, Australia Ralph Street finished 6th in the 3000 metres in a personal best of 8:37.46. LEE VALLEY VELO 10 miles Saturday 6th February 1 A Eggs (unatt) 62.05 5 David Ready 63.59 CHICHESTER PRIORY 10km Sunday 7th February 1 P Pollock (Kent) 29.42 (chip time 29.42) 63 L Damen (Winch) 34.30 (34.30 - 1st woman) 354 Marc Snaith 43.12 (42.41) 415 Rob Curtis 44.22 (43.47) WATFORD HALF MARATHON Sunday 7th February Jon Smith cracked the 80 minutes barrier for the first time. 1 P Martelletti (VP&TH) 67.32 (chip time 67.31) 21 V Knight (C&C) 78.24 (78.24 - 1st woman) 35 Jon Smith 79.52 (79.51) 332 Liam Griffin 95.49 (95.31) 358 Bruce McLaren 96.45 (96.33) BRAMLEY 10 and 20 miles Sunday 14th February at Basingstoke Only one day after a hard cross-country league race, Megan and Marie were in action again in the Bramley 10. Megan ran close to her PB with a 62.42 clocking in second place, while Marie was the first over 50 to finish. Mick Lane opted for the 20 and took third spot in the M55 category. 10 miles 1 R Scott (Southend) 54.45 (chip time 54.45) 15 K Bailey (Winch) 61.31 (61.30 - 1st woman) 19 Megan de Silva 62.42 (62.37) 85 Marie Synnott-Wells 70.55 (70.49) 20 miles 1 J Hay (AFD) 1:42.43 (chip time 1:42.43) 8 B Proctor (AFD) 2:00.33 (2:00.31 - 1st woman) 133 Mick Lane 2:21.44 (2:21.34) VALENTINE'S DAY 10km Sunday 14th February at Chessington 1 P Surafel (Enf & H) 31.56 16 A Boniface (Reading) 37.36 (1st woman) 28 Owen Delaney 39.14 48 Paul Sinton-Hewitt 40.51 61 Paul Rider 41.26 121 Ian Keith 45.55 238 Kirsty Bangham 51.37 239 Jo Sinton-Hewitt 51.44 282 Kevin Kearey 53.42 283 Ann Kearey 53.43 309 Ashleigh Ferris 55.36 319 Lorna Smith 56.29 418 Nick Fulford 61.20 426 Colette Doran 61.38 432 David Meaden 62.04 474 Alan Meaden 65.49 WORTHING HALF MARATHON Sunday 14th February A busy weekend for Michelle Davies, with a parkrun and a League race on Saturday and a Half Marathon on Sunday! 1 J Connor (Kent) 1:08.43 (chip time 1:08.43) 8 R Moore (Worthing) 1:16.52 (1:16.52 - 1st woman) 27 Mark Herbert 1:21.47 (1:21.44) 200 Lee Davies 1:35.33 (1:35.22) 305 Michelle Davies 1:40.03 (1:39.52) 397 Paul Wapshott 1:44.57 (1:44.24) 754 Heather Martingell 1:56.31 (1:55.34) parkrun results... ...showing all PBs, all performances with an age-graded percentage of 65% and above, and all junior results. For full Ranelagh results follow this link:. From this screen you can also access the previous week's Ranelagh results. We will continue to show full Ranelagh results for junior parkruns as these are not included in the above link parkruns Saturday 6th February Richmond Park Bill Neely 19.51 (78.09%), Owen Delaney 20.31 (65.56%), Sam Rushby 24.54 (71.49% and jnr), Carol Aikin 25.39 (66.15%), Ben Rushby 35.15 (jnr), Daniel Rushby 35.17 (jnr) Osterley Tom Bradley 18.52 (71.55% and jnr), Becky Northmore 21.21 (69.32% and PB), Jess Harbert 21.27 (71.33% and jnr), Cecily Day 21.36 (70.83% and PB and jnr), Ellie Luxmoore 23.58 (jnr), Josie Kearey 25.27 (jnr) Old Deer Park Ellen Clague 21.05 (76.84%), Stewart Anderson 21.07 (68.19%), Clare Fowler 21.45 (69.20% and PB) Crane Park Nick Twomey 17.25 (74.16%), Kabir Sait 20.18 (75.37% and jnr), Michelle Davies 21.18 (69.80%) Crane Park (additional result for 30/01/16) Jamie Sainsbury 22.08 (67.17% and jnr) Wimbledon Common Ben Shore 21.08 (PB), Colette Doran 32.22 (PB) Kingston Dave Lawley 18.07 (72.77% and PB), Heather Martingell 25.25 (65.97%) Southwark Alan Davidson 25.37 (67.34%) Dulwich Megan de Silva 18.33 (80.14%) Harrow Paul Sinton-Hewitt 20.25 (75.27%), Jo Sinton-Hewitt 25.37 (66.23%) York Phil Jackson 23.21 (71.81%) Bushy Park Nick Wright 18.03 (75.07%), Richard Kennedy 19.54 (76.55%), Sacha Kennedy 20.54 (76.40% and jnr) Sheffield Castle Peter Weir 20.20 (72.54%), Karen Weir 23.23 (66.29%) Bradford Rick Jenner 18.26 (72.97% and PB) Bognor Regis David Rowe 20.04 (69.02%) BUSHY JUNIORS parkrun 2km Sunday 7th February 1 P Willson (SMR) 7.39 3 Poppy Jensen 8.06 (1st girl) 7 Maisie Jensen 8.26 120 Afrah Sait 13.58 SAVILL GARDENS JUNIORS parkrun 2km Sunday 7th February 1 L Boyt (Slough Jnrs) 7.30 3 Lydia Louw (Hill) 7.41 (1st girl) 136 James Ricketts 14.43 150 Connor Scally 15.22 MOORMEAD JUNIORS parkrun 2km Sunday 7th February 1 A Bagnall (SMR) 7.55 4 E Fryer (unatt) 9.09 (1st girl) 13 Oliver Beal 10.42 parkruns Saturday 13th February Richmond Park Bill Neely 20.00 (77.50%), Alberto Esguevillas 21.23 (65.32%), Steve Aikin 22.24 (65.85%), Phil Roberts 23.09 (PB), Sam Rushby 25.22 (67.08% and jnr), Daniel Rushby 25.55 and jnr), James Rushby 29.45 (jnr), Ben Rushby 34.06 (jnr) Old Deer Park Jonathan Moore 19.46 (72.85%), Trevor Maguire 20.49 (70.86%), Luke Maguire 27.32 (jnr) Bushy Park Nick Wright 18.04 (75.00%), Richard Kennedy 20.34 (74.07%), Sacha Kennedy 21.05 (75.73% and jnr), Kabir Sait 21.37 (70.78% and jnr), Léonie Kennedy 21.52 (73.02% and jnr), Simon Lawrence 22.26 (67.90%), Ali Kennedy 23.48 (73.18%), Aoife Kilpatrick 26.23 (PB) Crane Park Owen Delaney 19.28 (69.61%), Michelle Davies 21.29 (69.20%), Kevin Kearey 21.38 (67.10%), Josie Kearey 26.59 (jnr) York Phil Jackson 24.05 (70.31%) Moors Valley Jo Sinton-Hewitt 25.49 (65.72%) Gunnersbury Jess Harbert 20.50 (73.44% and jnr and PB), Ellie Luxmoore 23.13 (65.90% and jnr) Bognor Regis David Rowe 20.12 (69.14%) Maidenhead Peter Weir 20.09 (73.20%) FINALLY... A 14 minutes short film from California in the late 1960s - "The Harriers":.