Posted under News, Race Reports, Road Race Reports.
We have had a brilliant summer series. The competition at the front of the field has been fierce with Acorn men leading the field home on many occasions. Paul, Kristoff and Chris have led the Mens team home to second place in the series. For a small club we definitely “punch above our weight” in these races. In the Ladies competition several superb performances from Sharon put her very high the final tables. But the highlight must Gill and Heather cleaning up in Vets category.
The details of the final race in the series are available on the YRRL web site
Posted under Events, News, Summer League.
Pocklington – the first race in the summer series. The anticipation, the nerves, the worry all disappeared once the starters whistle went. On a cool April evening we set off round the town and quickly off into the countryside. I briefly admired the views before thinking the uphill was hard. It was great to see the 6km sign as we had reached the top and now my long legs should mean that I would gain places…but by 9km my energy reserves were expended and I was holding on, then in the final km Dave and George shot past me…round two will be at Tadcaster.
At the front of the field was BLAZING RED, with Acorns 1,2,3 (Paul, Kristoff, Chris) – this rare occurance last happened in 8 years ago at Selby in 2006 – Well done chaps.
In the age groupings Paul was first M40 , Kristoff first M, Dave Lancaster 2nd in the M50 category (39:33). In F55 group Gill Boynton was 1st (48:07) followed closley by Heather Farrow 3rd (49:52). The F35 category looks exciting with Sharon and Julie just behind a group of Knavemire ladies. The club is well represented in the M50 group with Dave Lancaster being hotly pursued by Martin Lawn, Ian Smallwood and Ed Dorlan.
On to Tadcaster…on Tuesday 12 May start at 7.30pm and afterwards in the pub near Tadcaster Bus Station
Posted under Events, Fell Race Fixtures, News, Summer League.
The summer is coming and the club will be out competing in the York Road 10km league. The races are on
28 April Pocklington 7pm start
12 May Tadcaster 7.30 start
26 May Easingwold 7.30 start
9 June Knavesmire 7.30 start
23 June Bishop Wilton 7.30 start
7 July Wistow (Selby) 7.30 start
21 July Bishopthorpe
The league web site is http://www.roadraceleague.org.uk/
If you need a lift to a race then post on the club facebook page or ask at training the week before.
For those who prefer the countryside then we will be competing in the north york moors summer series
The details are on the Esk Valley site under Fixtures – NEHRA Summer Series – the fixtures are
Wed 6 May Carlton challenge (5m)
Wed 20 May Fox and Hounds (9m)
Wed 10 June Ossey Oiks (5m)
Wed 24 June Whorlton Run (6m)
Wed 08 July Guisborough Grunt (6m)
Wed 27 July Cock Howe (7m)
Wed 5 Aug Gribdale Gallop (7m)
Wed 12 Aug Calton Misummer meander (6m)
Wed 26 Aug Inclined to Madness (6m)
Sat 12 Sept Castleton Show (road 6m)
Sat 20 Sept Viking chase (6m)
Wed 30 Sept Roseberry Topping (1.5 miles with a bit of a hill)
We normally share lifts to these races – leaving York about 5:30. Watch the club facebook pages for details.
Posted under Events, News, Race Calendar.
|February 17, 2015|
|7:00 pm||to||8:00 pm|
The agenda for our AGM, to be held on Tuesday 17th February at 7pm can be seen below
- Chairman’s Report
- Secretary Report
- Treasurer Report
- Captains’ Report
- Summer League
We plan to head out for a run by 8pm after the AGM. We look forward to seeing all members for this annual meeting.
Posted under News.
We have received this lovely letter from Jerry&Helen Barnes:
Would you please pass on my thanks to all the club members who supporting the social invite which raised £250 towards Martin House hospice and the Sportsman Dinner which raised over £1,220 for an adapted bike for my daughter Rosa.
I have been a member of the club for 26 years and the efforts reflected here continue to make me proud to be a member.
I enclose a photo of the adapted bicycle which I am sure Rosa will make great use of in the summer.
Many thanks again
The photograph can be seen in our club changing room.