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Some fine performances this weekend in the Trafford 10k (March 10th) which had 743 finishers. Ben Fish led home the Harriers in 2nd place overall in a time of 29:58 which was an excellent time given the very windy conditions. Karl Billington ran really well for a new PB of 30:32, as did Peter Matthews who also ran a PB in 32:06. With Ben 2nd in the Race, Karl 7th and Peter 26th, the Harriers won the Team prize as well. There were other really good runs too. Andy Buttery, training for the London Marathon, finished 53rd overall in a time of 33:28; Shaun Livesey 76th in 34:18; and Steven Foley 188th in 38:30.
At the RODDLESWORTH ROLLER (March 10th), John Sutton had a fine run finishing 4th overall out of 173 runners in a time of 36:10min with the ever improving Christopher Davies just two positions behind in 6th place overall in 37.46min. A good run by Joseph Howe saw him come in 18th place in 39:44min and backed by John Cookson 38th (42:47); Paul Wilkinson 57th (44:40) and Michael Nolan 64th (45:28).
In the DAFFODIL DODDLE – 192 runners – run at the same venue before the main Race, there were a lot of Harriers youngsters out competing. Pride of place goes to 16yr old Harry Paige who won the Race by 18sec in a time of 10:13min and also won his age category. He was followed in by Byron Abbott 3rd overall and winner of his age category M14; new member Joe Monk in 5th place and winner of his age category M15; Thomas Harbour in 7th place and winner of the age 13 male category; Jack Wilkinson in 11th place and also winner of his age category M12 along with Natalya Irvine in 12th place who also won her age category F12. Six runners in the top 12 places and all winners of their respective age categories. And the Harriers didn’t stop there. Eleesha Charnley finished 55th in the Race and won the F9 age category and with a huge smile on her face as always.
But this was by no means the end of it for the Harriers. Hannah Cookson finished in 24th place; Kelsey Rutherford in 26th; Phobe Howe in 29th; Rhys Charnley 34th; Charlotte Taylor 56th; Rose Abbott 68th; Oliver Wilkinson 93rd; Kate Cookson 138th as a 6yr old and Skye Summer 155th.
16 young runners competed in the race in not the best of conditions and they did themselves and the Club proud.
INTER-COUNTY CROSS COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS AT COFTON PARK (March 9th)
Not been a good year at all with regards to the weather and state of the Courses and the Inter-Counties were no exception with deep mud in places.
A number of Blackburn Harriers were selected for Lancashire. In the U15 Girls we had Liz Greenwood (109th); Grace Handley (18th) and Deni Impett (119th); U17W Katie Buckingham (172nd); U20W Jacinta Davison (126th); Senior Women Becky Taylor (225th) and Helen Leigh (175th); U15B Byron Abbott (192nd); U20M Rob Warner (67th) with three 2nd Claim Members for Blackburn Harriers – Gary Priestley (44th), Tom Cornthwaite (75th) and Josh Tighe (131st) all selected for the Senior Mens Team.
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TRACK & FIELD
The T & F season is starting to emerge and there was a first outing for a few of the Harriers at Blackpool’s traditional warm up meeting, although warm it wasn’t, with a biting easterly wind.
Morgan Angland opened by winning the U15 G 80m Hurdles in a time of 13.2sec. Also winning his event was Morgan Philips in the U17M 1500m in a time of 4:45min. In the Field Events, Nathan Billington came in 3rd with a throw of 33.25 in the U17M Hammer. Rebecca Orrell competed in the U17W Shot Putt (4th) 7.67m; Discus (3rd) 25.43m and finished the day off with another 3rd in the U17W Hammer 28.36m. Joe Pearse got in there as well (2nd) in the U20M Shot putt 8.89.
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On a day which was probably the best weather we have had this year at a Cross Country fixture, it being the last one of the season, the Club had a small number of athletes out. Pride of place goes to Deni Impett in the U15 girls who was 2nd in the Race. In the series overall, Deni finished a fine 3rd just behind Grace Handley who finished 2nd overall – two more medals for the girls to pick up.
In the U11 Girls Amy Davies finished in 20th place out of 38 competitors; Rose Abbott 13th out of 28 runners in the U13 Girls; Jack Wilkinson 16th out of 39 in the U13 Boys; Byron Abbott 5th out of 22 in the U15 Boys; Morgan Philips 14th in the U17 Men; Chris Davies 49th out of 166 Senior men and Richard Taylor in 124th.
Results and Standings at the end of the season at: http://www.midlancs.org.uk/
Matt Nuttall led the way for the Club this weekend at the Stanley Park 10k in Blackpool. Matt finished in 5th place overall and 1st V40 in a time of 34.04min. Sadly, Matt went and celebrated by falling off his bike the day after, breaking his collar bone in three places. Here is hoping for a speedy recovery. Next home in the Race was Brian Fogarty in 8th place (35.53) followed by Lisa Nuttall in a time of 56.07min.
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