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In what turned out to be another closely fought contest, Blackburn Harriers won the second fixture of this years Northern League Division One. After finishing a very close second behind Hull in the first fixture – just two points the difference – the win at Blackburn by just seven points, took the Club to first position at the half way stage.
Men’s Team Manager – Tony Wood – was delighted and commented that “Another good result for the Club and of course a win in Division 1 is always very satisfying. It sets us up for the next two fixtures and still with a possible league title chance at the end of the season”.
Women’s Team Manager – Jan Buckingham – was equally pleased and said “Well done to everyone yesterday in what were pretty chilly, windy conditions at Witton. Everyone’s efforts, some in ‘unusual’ events, meant we clocked up a good points tally for the team”.
Full Results HERE
In the Throws there was a big haul of points for the Harriers. For the second fixture running, Simon Brown (39.26m) and Tony Balko (29.90m) won the Discus A and B strings for maximum points. They backed that up with Tony taking 4th in the Javelin (30.63m), 2nd in the ‘B’ Hammer (28.19m) and 3rd in the Shot Putt (10.91m). Simon placed 2nd in the Javelin (29.88) and 4th in the ‘A’ Shot Putt with 10.91m. Nathan Billington in his first competition for some time, following an injury did well on his return gaining a 3rd placed 32.47m in the ‘A’ Hammer.
On the Women’s side Rebecca Orrell took on the ‘A’ Discus (4th) with a throw of 24.23m, Shot Putt (5th) with 7.94m, Hammer 4th with 41.47m which was just 5cm short of her PB and Javelin for a 5th placed 17.06m. She backed that up with a leg of the 4 x 100m Relay. Phoebe Howe stepped into help out in the ‘B’ Discus (12.70m) and ‘B’ Shot Putt (5.53m) with Polly Pearse contesting in the Javelin (5th) 20.19m).
In the Jumps Olivia Brooks came 3rd in the Long Jump (4.70m) and won the ‘B’ High Jump with 1.45m for good points. Polly Pearse jumped well in the ‘A’ High Jump taking 2nd in 1.50m and added a 4th placed 9.28m in the Triple Jump. Anna Leigh in her first outing in T&F took 4th spot in the ‘B’ Long Jump with 3.93m. In the Men’s Jumps Oliver Aspden jumped 5.65m in the ‘A’ Long Jump (3rd) and 1.65m in the High Jump (2nd). Ross Liddle placed 4th in the ‘B’ High Jump (4.88m) and then was joint winner with 1.45m in the ‘B’ High Jump. Ben Aspinall, having been out injured for some weeks, returned to competition to win the ‘A’ Triple Jump with a leap of 13.83m and was backed up for the Team by Zac Howe taking 4th in the ‘B’ with 9.92m.
Good points helped build the Teams total in the Hurdles where Polly Pearse took 2nd in the 100mH (17.1) and Katie Buckingham won the ‘B’ (17.5). In the 400mH it was a double win with Katie running 67.9 and Phoebe 78.3. In the Men’;s Hurdles there was double win in the 400mH with Oliver Aspden in the ‘A’ 63.4 and Ross Liddle in the ‘B’ (64.5). Oliver added a 2nd place in the 110mH with 16.7.
Paul Coffey, Archie Braysford and Dominic Bretherton took on the Sprints with Archie coming 4th in the ‘A’ 100m (11.4) and Paul winning the ‘B’ with 11.2 which was a welcome return to form him. He then finished 5th in the ‘A’ 200m with 23.8 and Dominic came 3rd in the ‘B’ (24.5). In the Women’s Sprints Hayley Candler took on the 100m running 14.0 and the 200m (29.9). Anna Leigh stepped in and ran the ‘B’ 200m in 31.9.
Zac Howe and Connor Makin ran the 400m with Zac taking 2nd place in the ‘A’ (52.8) and Connor 4th in the ‘B’ (56.1). Zac then went and won the 800m ‘A’ Race in 1.58.3 and Morgan Phillips made it a double win when taking the ‘B’ in 2.02.6. Good times given the strength of the wind on the back straight. Rob Warner and Joe Monk added more points with Rob winning the 1500m ‘A’ in 4.14.8 and Joe coming 2nd in the ‘B’ with a new PB by 6 seconds (4.27.9).
Ben Fish took maximum points for the Team when winning the Steeplechase in 10.27.6 and then took a very closely contested 5000m when edging out David Rigby in 15.42.4 – both athletes being given the same time. Chris Davies made it another win double in the Steeplechase taking the ‘B’ in 11:15.0. Katie Buckingham and Phoebe Howe ran the 400m with Katie taking 5th in the ‘A’ (64.6) and Phoebe 3rd in the ‘B’ (67.0). Anna Leigh took 5th in the ‘A’ 800m with 2.46.2 and Laura Hesketh, in the first of three wins on the day, took the ‘B’ in 2.36.4. Laura went on to win the ‘B’ 1500m in 5.25.1 and the ‘B’ 3000m in 11.13.6. U17’s Liz Greenwood and Grace Handley earned good points in the 1500m and 3000m with Liz winning the ‘A’ 1500m in 5.03.8 and Grace in the ‘A’ 3000m taking 2nd spot with a time of 10.38.2. A third, two fourths and a fifth in the Relays ended a good day all round for the Harriers.
Shaun has a great run at Scafell Pike Trail Marathon – Josh gets a great win at Kelbrook – Astley Park Trail Race
From the marina the first section leads through woodland trails alongside Lingholm to Hawse End Bay on the shores of Derwentwater. The route then follows the lakeshore trail through mixed woodland to the picturesque village of Grange and follows the bridleway past Castle Crag. This is where the 42k route deviates from the 21k.
Following the climb past Castle Crag the 42k route continues to Seatoller, and will be marked to this point. Turn right just after Seatoller to Seathwaite, Styhead, Corridor Route up to Scafell Pike, Esk Hause, Sty Head, Seathwaite, Rosthwaite. Although the route follows the main trails, the ability to navigate will be essential.At Rosthwaite the route rejoins the 21k marked course and follows this to the finish in Keswick via Watendlath, Ashness Bridge and Great Wood.
Video – Breath taking views of part of the Course HERE
Shaun Livesey had targeted this Race and a a cracking run finishing 3rd overall. Shaun said afterwards that “I had a plan of going out steady until i hit the start of the climb at seathwaite. At this point i was lying in third position with 2nd only 30 seconds away. I could sense that i was stronger on the climbs than him so i passed him. I ran strong up to the first check point were i was told i was indeed second. I continued to run up to the summit were the weather had turned into a pea souper. ( i’m glad i did my recce three weeks ago). My plan on the descent was to take it easy as i did not want to smash my quads for the rest of the race. You would think that once you had hit the summit and you were on your way down it would be plane sailing , but the descent is so technical every foot step has to be planned. just before i had got back down to the farm at seathwaite i was passed by the third place guy, he must have dropped like a stone from the top. One last climb left ( Watendlath) and it was a killer, i reached the top and had a look back i could see another runner. I thought i can’t give up third place. I reached the last aid station were i had a feast i was on empty with 3 mile to go, he dibbed in just after me. Luckily for me there was a stretch of tarmac waiting so i put a concerted effort in to gain some time, it worked i followed the lake and into the finish. The toughest race i have ever done! ”
Meanwhile at the Kelbrook Fell Race, 14yr old Josh Boyle had a top quality run winning the Race in a time of 22.22 by eight seconds from Matt Lalor in 2nd with Tom Corrigan and Marc Hartley just behind in 3rd and 4th spots.
Gary Pearse also had a good run in 16th place (25.52) and just got pipped to the V50 1st prize by four seconds.
Full Results HERE
Astley Park Trail Race – Wednesday June 3rd
One hundred and five runners lined up in the Senior Race and an amazing one hundred and forty three in the Junior Race. Seven Blackburn Harriers competed in the Senior Race which saw Michael Toms lead the Harriers home in 20th place overall (28.29).
Race Results HERE
Not far behind came Allan Hartley in 26th (29.34) followed by Sarah Toms in 31st (30.26) an effort which won her the 1st Woman’s Prize. Next came Evan Cook, who took the 2nd V60 spot – 36th overall – in a time of 30.51, followed by Kaylie Panaro (67th) in 34.15, George Woodburn – 82nd – in 36.07 and David Morris (101st) in 42.16.
Junior Results HERE
In the Junior Race, Amy Davies was first Harrier home in 25th place overall and 1st F13 with a time of 5.57. Amy was followed by Holly Cubbon who took the 2nd F13 spot with a time of 6.11 and 35th overall. Daniel Brown was next in for the Club in 43rd (6.24) with 9yr old Saul Sharp in 57th place in a really good time of 6.40. Chasing Saul was 10yr old Kyle Pomfret who finished in 64th place with a very good 6.47. U15 Chloe Bleeks came 81st in 7.19 and 8yr old Isabelle Hartley placed 103rd in 7.46 another really good time for a youngster of that age.
Two Harriers turned out at the Pen Y Ghent Race on June 6th – Andy Heys finishing 62nd in the in the 139 strong field (62.24) and John Orrell (93rd) in 69.39.
Full Results HERE
Alison Leonard who recently won an 800m Race in Belgium in 2.00.50 was lined up against a quality field at the Birmingham Grand Prix on Sunday, finishing 4th in 2.01.06. She was pleased with her Race and told the Club that she “Was reasonably pleased with yesterday’s race, I thought I raced well until the last 100m where I didn’t hang on well enough, but I think it was a solid performance – I was hoping for more but will need to be patient!”
Alison is now “sorting out Russian visa for Euro Team Champs… that’s my next race in 2 weeks time” She will also have another Blackburn Harrier on the Team with Hammer Thrower Sophie Hitchon who will be part of the GB Squad contesting the Championships.
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