Our juniors had excellent results in 2 recent fixtures.

8 December: West Yorkshire CC League, Cleckheaton

Well done to Jack Sanderson who finished an excellent 10th in the U13 Boys race, Dougie Segger-Staveley (18th in the U15 Boys) and Seb Segger-Staveley who finished in an impressive 4th place, just 14 seconds behind the race winner.

14 December: Skipton ParkRun

4 members took part in the Skipton parkRun last Saturday (14th Dec) – 3 juniors plus Jan.  Our 3 juniors all ran PBs!  Seb won the event with a big PB and his 16m28s is one of the fastest times recorded on the course – only 37 seconds off Tom Adams’ course record. Dougie’s time was also a huge PB and Oscar not only ran a PB but also out-sprinted his dad in the finishing straight (better come along to speedwork sessions Jan) !
Well done to all.
1Seb SEGGER-STAVELEYMaleJM15-1716:28New PB!
7Douglas SEGGER-STAVELEYMaleJM11-1419:55New PB!
48Oscar WULFMaleJM11-1426:20New PB!
52Jan-Friedrich WULFMaleVM45-4926:35 


13 Harriers took part in the Skipton ParkRun on Saturday 7th December – the 2nd of the Settle Harriers ParkRun meet-ups.

Most were seniors as a lot of our juniors have succumbed to the lurgy going around the schools at the moment.

3 of our contingent ran “PB”s for the course (congrats to Charlotte, Jan & Julia) and we had 4 “first-timers (Sam, Carmel, Richard and Kath)

Well done to all !


Skipton ParkRun – 7th December

9Sam BRUMMITTMaleVM45-4919:38First Timer!
21Simon OXLEYMaleVM60-6421:58 
29Andy EVANSMaleVM60-6422:55 
50Charlotte PEARTFemaleJW11-1424:50New PB!
55Jan-Friedrich WULFMaleVM45-4901:09New PB!
69Carmel RAMWELLFemaleVW45-4926:08First Timer!
73Richard TIMMSMaleVM50-5426:37First Timer!
81Oscar WULFMaleJM11-1428:09 
115Julia MURFINFemaleVW50-5430:59New PB!
135Kath DAVISFemaleVW50-5432:10First Timer!
159Sophie TAYLORFemaleJW11-1435:11 
165Sharon TAYLORFemaleVW45-4935:52 

(Unfortunately Oliver Brummitt had to retire with an injury)

On Sunday morning (24th Nov), 4 of us drove down into deepest Lancashire to compete in the Lee Mill Relays. The event is in its 5th year running and this year there were 87 entries.

The course is just over 10 km starting along a narrow track up through a disused quarry then onto the open fell. The terrain was very wet due to rain and had a mixture of very steep short ascents, good downhills and flat open running.

I ran the first leg in 55:55 however I seemed to come back a different colour to everyone else one bog being a lot deeper than I expected! Next was Will Buckton in a time of 1:02:55 who came back a lot cleaner than me.

Mark Wildsmith ran the next leg in time of 56:00 before handing over to Tom Hare on the last leg who ran a fast time of 52:51 to boost us up into a final position of 15th and a time of 3:47:41.

Which I think was a very competitive all round performance. However, more impressive was a solo runner called Chris Holdsworth who ran all 4 laps of the course in a time of 3:43 beating us by 4 minutes!

A good event for a damp November day and hopefully we will have a team next year.

Matt Holroyd

(couldn’t find a photo of you Tom sorry)

Results here

Kendal Winter League 3 – Giggleswick, Sunday 19th January

Wow – what a day !  Settle Harriers fielded a grand total of 44 runners at the Kendal Winter League at Giggleswick last Sunday !  Surely a record for the club.

This included 26 juniors and 18 seniors.  Around 16 members were racing for the club for the first time.

The organisation of the races by Giggleswick School was first class and the courses were interesting and challenging.  Andy Holden took some great pictures of the stream crossing – look out for them on facebook etc.



We had 23 of the 69 starters in the the Under 12 race, so there was a sea of luminous green vests as the race got under way.  Well done to Thomas who finished in 4th place with Seb and Jack (running for us for the first time) close behind in 10th and 12th. Dougie had a great run to finish 21st with Leo (another new member) next home for us in 24th.  Emily and Erin were our first girls home and did really well to finish as 5th and 6th girls respectively.  The full list of all our finishers is shown in the results below.  Really well done to everyone !

In the Under 14s, Honor ran well to finish as 5th girl and Eve took it easy to recover after a hard run the day before in the County Schools Champs. In the Under 17s, James had an excellent run to finish 10th.


Very well done to new recruit Paul Webb who won the race with 19 seconds to spare over Mark McGoldrick in second.  Our next man home was Alex in 14th with Sam and Tony 26th and 27th respectively.  A great run by Jill put her 6th in the ladies race and first W40.  Another high placer was David Timmins who finished 2nd the M60s category.  Again, well done to everyone that ran.  Hope you have been inspired to run another KWL soon !

Next Kendal Winter League fixture – Sunday 26th January at Whitestone, Staveley -in-Cartmell

Usual start times of noon for the juniors and approx 1.00pm for the seniors.  The venue is off the A590 on the way to Newby Bridge – about a one hour drive from Settle. Visit  http://www.helmhill.co.uk/index.php/races for all the info you need, maps, entry forms, parking arrangements etc etc.

Please bring the following kit to carry in the race – Seniors – full waterproof body cover, hat & gloves. Juniors – waterproof jacket, hat & gloves

Look forward to seeing lots of you there !


……… Results round-up from Giggleswick …………..


Under 12s

4Thomas Marshall6:18 
10Sebastian Segger-Staveley6:49 
12Jack Hutchinson6:56 
21Douglas Segger-Staveley7:36 
24Leo Gorner7:44 
26Emily Carpenter7:465th girl
27Erin Cummins7:526th girl
29Hamish Griffiths8:05 
36Harry Cook8:24 
37Will Scholey8:28 
40Lily Coward8:3311th girl
43Bill Peebles8:37 
44Emily Hutchinson8:4412th girl
45Oscar Wulf8:47 
48Joseph Binns8:51 
53Edie Eccleston9:1016th girl
61Emily Crossley10:2020th girl
62Lauren Evans10:2621st girl
64Isabelle Walker10:3122nd girl
65Connie Eccleston10:5523rd girl
67Melissa Tither12:3425th girl
68Grace Chenery12:3426th girl
69Tilly Chenery13:2827th girl

Under 14s

13Honor Jeffrey14:545th girl
20Eve Hutchinson17:5810th girl

Under 17s

10James Maxwell17:18 


1Paul Webb24:11 
14Alex Pilkington26:415th M40
26Sam Dalby29:15 
27Tony Thornton29:4510th M40
35Jill Eccleston30:386th lady / 1st W40
38Sam Griffiths30:54 
48Andy Evans31:466th M50
51Simon Oxley32:149th M50
67Nicholas Hutchinson34:0419th M40
69Judy Marshall34:2717th lady
71David Sexton34:4220th M40
74Jess Bagnall35:0820th lady
75David Timmins35:102nd M60
80Annie Carrington35:567th W40
82Julia Murfin36:288th W40
88Helen Greenep37:1310th W40
94Jo Wulf38:1411th W40
99Ruth Maxwell39:3113th W40



Kendal Winter League 2 – Firbank Fell, Sunday 12th January

Well done to the 15 Settle Harriers who competed in the 2nd Kendal Winter League fixture at Firbank Fell last Sunday.

The course was a cracker (with 2 steep hill climbs and 4 stream crossings) and the weather was fine for once.  The race organisation and course marking by Helm Hill Runners was, as usual, flawless – I don’t know how they manage to keep up such a high standard for 12 Sundays in a row.


The Under 12s went off first.  Seb and Matthew went off fast and had their own private battle, with Seb just moving away at the end to finish 10th to Matt’s 14th.  Not far behind was Bob, also running well.  Emily had a great result to finish as 3rd girl.  Dougie was next – with another fine run.  Hamish did really well in his KWL “debut” as did Erin who finished just behind.  Lauren put last week’s problems behind her to storm through the field on the final descent to finish 76th.  And well done to Connie, possibly the youngest runner in the race, who ran strongly and with great determination.  In the Under 17s, James was our sole representative, finishing an excellent 18th, despite still having some foot problems.


At the “sharp end” of the race, well done to Paul Webb who finished 2nd in a high quality race (Paul will be known to some of you because he lives in Bentham and trains with our Tuesday evening senior group).  A few of our regulars were missing due to a clash with a road race.  Sam was our first member home this week in 31st, followed by myself in 50th. Judy and Ruth (on the comeback trail) also had good runs.  Carol, obviously frustrated about not being able to defend her KWL ladies title this winter, was co-opted for marshalling and gate duties instead.


A request from Carol: Please when running in races, could members wear their club vests – it makes you so much easier to spot and you are much more likely to get spectator support !  It also raises the club profile if there is a sea of luminous green ! 



Next Kendal Winter League fixture – Sunday 19th January at Giggleswick School


We are hoping for a huge turnout of Harriers on Sunday in the next KWL at Giggleswick School.  It would be good to see lots of you running, even if you have never run a winter league before or haven’t done one for some time.  It’s entry on the day and the start is near the Catterall pavilion.  Visit  http://www.helmhill.co.uk/index.php/races for all the info you need, including entry forms to download, parking arrangements etc etc. Juniors start at noon, seniors around 1.00pm.

Please bring the following kit to carry in the race (although it may not enforced on Sunday) – Seniors – full waterproof body cover, hat & gloves. Juniors – waterproof jacket, hat & gloves



……… Results round-up from Firbank Fell …………..


Under 12s


10Sebastian Segger-Staveley6:19 
14Matthew Holroyd6:32 
23Bob Evans6:46 
25Emily Carpenter6:563rd girl
26Douglas Segger-Staveley6:59 
45Hamish Griffiths7:37 
47Erin Cummins7:3915th girl
76Lauren Evans9:1027th girl
82Connie Eccleston9:3331st girl

Under 17s

18James Maxwell15:54 


31Sam Dalby24:48 
50Andy Evans26:075th M50
93Judy Marshall29:2920th Lady
124Ruth Maxwell33:1613th W40
134Richard Handford (K&C)36:4619th M50

Andy Evans

Kendal Winter League 1 – Scout Scar, Sunday 5th January

Well done to all those who competed in the 1st Kendal Winter League fixture at Scout Scar last Sunday.  Settle Harriers, with 18 runners out, were well represented despite the Club Handicap being held the day before.  The senior field of 196 runners was a KWL record.

The course was great (with a bit of everything) and conditions were not too bad, just a cold wind until the later stages of the senior race, when the rain started.


In the Under 12s, well done to Emily and Connie who were both taking part in their first ever KWL race.  Thomas led the field up the hill, then had problems, but held on well to finish 5th.  Seb was next in 10th, the day after competing in the Yorkshire Cross-Country Trials for Under 13s – where he did really well to finish 47th.  Bob & Erin also ran well as did Douglas who has several more years in this age-group.

In the Under 17s, James ran well, despite a foot problem, to finish 11th.



Brian ran a blinder to lead home the Settle Harriers contingent just ahead of Sam and Tony.  Judy was our first lady home ahead of Helen, the runnaway winner of the handicap the day before.

Next 2 Kendal Winter League fixtures

Sunday 12th January at Firbank Fell – another cracking course nice and local (near Kendal).  It would be great to have another big turnout from the club – seniors and juniors.

Sunday 19th January at Giggleswick – even more local !  Let’s try and outnumber Helm Hill in this one – no excuses !

For all the information on the league (venues, courses, fixtures, results etc) visit http://www.helmhill.co.uk/index.php/races

The kit requirements are being enforced – even for Under 12s, so please bring the following to carry when you run (preferably in a bum-bag)

Seniors – full waterproof body cover, hat & gloves. Juniors – waterproof jacket, hat & gloves

……… Results round-up from Scout Scar…………..


Under 12s

5Thomas Marshall7:16 
10Sebastian Segger-Staveley7:35 
22Bob Evans8:18 
31Emily Carpenter8:427th girl
32Douglas Segger-Staveley8:43 
43Erin Cummins9:1810th girl
76Connie Eccleston11:3028th girl
 Lauren Evansretired 

Under 17s

11James Maxwell25:03 


38Brian Kennedy34:245th M50
42Sam Dalby34:51 
51Tony Thornton36:1215th M40
64Andy Evans37:148th M50
67Nigel Barnes37:37?
93Justin Eckersley39:2030th M40
127Judy Marshall42:0521st Lady
156Helen Greenep45:0912th W40
190Simon Cane52:5513th M60


Andy Evans

West Yorkshire Cross-Country League. Race 1 

Thornes Park, Wakefield. Sunday 20 October 


11 intrepid members of Settle Harriers travelled to Wakefield yesterday to take on the top cross-country runners in Yorkshire on their home terrain.


This is a new venture which we hope will provide some wider experience, particularly for our juniors, and help develop their speed against strong competition.  Whilst still being enjoyable of course !


We left Settle in the morning in torrential rain so were pleased and surprised that Thornes Park, Wakefield, the venue for round one of the West Yorkshire Cross Country League, was dry, the sun was shining with blue skies all around.


We had representatives in 8 of the 10 races which was really encouraging.  The League secretary came over to us during the races to introduce himself and congratulate the club for taking part in the League again after a gap of many years !


The course for the races was parkland, fast going but with a short climb and descent on the first half of the lap. Unlike most fell races, there was no long descent to get your breath back, so 100% effort was required all the way round.   The number of laps ran increased according to the age-group.


Our results were as follows (full results at  http://www.westyorkshireathletics.org.uk/🙂


Under 11 Girls (1.45k)

49th. Erin Cummins    6:56


Under 11 Boys (1.45k)

7th Sebastian Segger-Staveley    5:25


Under 13 Girls (2.9k)

40th  Emily Carpenter   14:13

53rd  Honor Jeffrey    14:40


Under 13 Boys (2.9k)

57th  Bob Evans  13:12


Under 17 Girls (4.3k)

21st Grace Jeffrey  19:00


Under 17 Boys (5.75k)

19th Mark Mahoney  22:26


Ladies (5.75k)

15th Carol Evans         23:27 (2nd W50)

40th Debbie Mahoney  26:21 (8th W45)


Men (10k)

85th    Andy Evans     43:02  (M50)

114th  Tony Thornton  46:16  (M40)


Very well done to everyone that took part !  Hope you all enjoyed it and will be back for the next round on Saturday 2 November in Bramley, near Leeds. Now you have one race under your belt, the target is to try and improve by a few places in the next one.  The final league positions are worked out by taking your best 3 results out of the 4 fixtures.


Thanks to all the parents for their support around the course and to our juniors for cheering on their clubmates when not competing themselves.



Withins Skyline & Curly Wurly Rat Runs – Sunday 13 October (Senior and Junior Club Championships)


12 of our juniors took part in the Curly Wurly Rat Runs yesterday held in Penistone Hill Country Park near Haworth.  It was bleak and windy up on the moors but this didn’t deter our intrepid squad nor the 190 odd juniors in total that took part.


The junior races started in a disused quarry, offering some shelter from the elements.  First off were the Under 8s who had to sprint the length of the quarry bottom, scramble up the quarry face, do a half circuit around the top before a steep descent back down into it.  This was followed by another sprint, another scramble up then a “sprint like mad” to the finish line where they all received a generous goody bag including sweets, crisps and the legendary Curly Wurlies.  Our first finisher was Douglas with another fine run to finish 11th.  Not far behind was Ben, who had his best run so far in the championship to finish an excellent 14th.  Lily, in only her second race for us, was next home and 3rd girl overall, so our first prize winner of the day.  Well done Lily on a great run !  Well done also to Sam, Lauren and Connie who showed amazing determination around this very tough course.


Next off was a mass start for all the other junior age-groups (Under 10,12,14 & 16s).  They ran the same course with the addition of a flattish moorland circuit above the quarry. We had 6 in this race and after un-picking the results it emerged that Thomas was 4th boy in the Under 12s although as he beat all but one of the Under 14s, his prize was upgraded to 2nd Under 14 Boy !  Next home were our other Under 12s, Sebastian (6th U12 boy), Bob (11th) & Emily (7th girl) all running impressively. Next were our two Under 10 girls Erin (8th) and Edie (19th).  Edie lost time with a nasty fall but bravely carried on to the finish and a well-deserved Curly Wurly.


This was the last race in the 2013 Settle Harriers Junior Championhips.  Well done to the 30 juniors that have taken part in one or more races over the season and thanks to all the parents who have transported them to races and given them such great encouragement.  I won’t reveal the winners or the placings yet as we will be organising a prize presentation on a Tuesday after training in the near future.  More details soon.


The course for the senior race, the Withins Skyline, is one of my favourites. It’s moorland with only 1,000ft of climbing, so there are some fast stretches of running interspersed with plenty of mud, bogs, gorse, stream crossings and other hazards to negotiate.


There were only 5 Settle Harriers starters in the 260 strong field (the clash with Langdale the day before probably didn’t help).  Tony started well but unfortunately went over on his ankle badly after a mile or so and was unable to carry on.  Hope the ankle recovers soon Tony.  Anyway, this left me as the only male Harrier left in the race and a guaranteed 20 club championship points as long as I made it to the finish line.  I did and was pleased to find out later that my time was 10 minutes faster than in 2012 !


We had 3 ladies running – Carol (in her first outing since the epic Edale Skline), Jill and Helen.  They all enjoyed the course (I think) although sometimes the narrowness of the paths and the size of the field can make overtaking a little tricky.


At the front of the field, Tom Adams of Ilkley Harriers had an astonishing run, knocking 2 minutes off the course record previously held by Alistair Brownlee (Alistair had set that record when he was the reigning World Triathlon Champion and shortly after competing in the Beijing Olympics).


The next round of the senior club championships is Great Whernside on Saturday 26th October. This race has traditionally been well supported by Settle Harrers, so let’s have a good turnout for the last fell race of the senior club championship season.


Results (full ones at http://www.woodentops.org.uk/assets/results/13withins.pdf)


Under 8s

11 Douglas Segger-Staveley3:09
14 Ben Greenep3:19
22 Lily Coward3:36  (3rd girl)
48 Sam Greenep4:18
53 Lauren Evans4:32  (15th girl)
54 Connie Eccleston 4:36  (16th girl)

Under 10/12/14s

6 Thomas Marshall6:46  (4th U12 boy)
12 Sebastian Segger-Staveley7:00  (6th U12 boy)
26 Bob Evans 7:39  (11th U12 boy)
47 Emily Carpenter8:19  (7th U12 girl)
65 Erin Cummins8:46  (8th U10 girl)
97 Edie Eccleston9:47   (19th U10 girl)

Senior (7 miles/1,000ft)

100 Andy Evans55:32
126 Carol Evans57:59  (2nd W50)
142 Jill Eccleston59:26  (5th W40)
207 Helen Greenep67:21


Andy Evans


Embsay Fell Race – Race Report

Sunday 22 September


We had an amazing 16 juniors out for the “BOFRA” races at Embsay yesterday which was the 15th (and last but one) event in our junior club championships this year.


It was particularly good to see a number of new members out competing. Hopefully they all enjoyed it and will also be out for the final club champs race in October.


In the Under 9s, Douglas and George went off fast and had a close race to finish only 2 seconds apart. Douglas’ run ensured that he stays at the top of our boys championships table.  Not far behind was Hamish who had another good run.  Edie and new member Lily both did really well to finish as 5th and 6th girls home with Edie moving to the top of our girls championship table.  Well done also to Billl, Lauren and Connie (in her first race) for showing great determination.


In the Under 12s,  Thomas Marshall and Seb set off near the front of the field.  Thomas unfortunately had a nasty fall before starting the descent and had to retire. He recovered later though and he remains 2nd overall in the BOFRA championship for Under 12 boys (with one event remaining) – a brilliant effort over the whole season.  Seb went on to finish 5th, an excellent result with Matthew and Bob battling it out with each other again, not too far behind.  They were followed by Emily and Erin, also running strongly and by Jack, who did really well in his first race in Settle Harriers colours.


The Under 17s ran the same course as the seniors (2.7 miles with 800ft of ascent & descent).  Well done to James on his 11th place.


4 of us ran the senior race.  Great news that Ruth was able to complete her first race for some time following her knee injury and subsequent operation.


Well done to everyone who took part.  The last race junior championship race is on Sunday 13th October and is the Withins Skyline / Curly Wurly Rat Runs near Haworth.  The Brownlee brothers used to compete in these and hold some of the course records for the junior and senior races !


Results (full ones are at http://www.bofra.co.uk/EmbsayResults2013.php )


Under 9s

9       Douglas Segger-Staveley   4:12

10     George Pilkington              4:14

13     Hamish Griffiths                 4:30

18     Edie Eccleston                  4:42  (5th girl)

19     Lily Coward                       4:43  (6th girl)

23     Bill Peebles                       4:47

31     Lauren Evans                     5:35  (12th girl)

33     Connie Eccleston               5:41  (14th girl)


Under 12s

5     Sebastian Segger-Staveley      9:19

15    Matthew Holroyd                   10:34

18    Bob Evans                            10:45

28    Emily Carpenter                    11:37  (11th girl)

33    Erin Cummins                       11:54  (15th girl)

34    Jack Joyce                           11:56


Under 17s

11    James Maxwell                    30:08



39 Andy Evans                   26:38

52 Judy Marshall                28:12 (7th lady)

74 Ruth Maxwell                 35:36

75 Richard Handford            36:44


Andy Evans


Wray Fell Race – Monday 7th May

With double the 2012 entry, organisers at Wray were thrown into some disarray!  Entry forms, numbers, pins all ran out and there were long queues at registration, leading to a late start.  The big increase in the junior numbers meant that their mass-start was too overcrowded and daunting for the younger ones.  The confusion led to some errors in the results as well.  In keeping with the day, the senior race and the under 10s upwards had a herd of cows joining in with them in the early stages of their races as well !


Having said all that, it was a great day out in the sunshine and no less than 29 Settle Harriers took part !  Could this be a club record ?


Our juniors did amazingly well, undaunted by the chaos around them.  We had a 1-2-3 in the Under 12 boys (Thomas, Seb, Sean).  Well done also to Douglas who won the Under 8s and to Mark who we think won the Under 16s (those ahead may have run a shorter course!)  We had 13 juniors running in total (again, that must be a record) and they all did brilliantly.  The results listed below are hopefully mainly correct !


The senior race consists of a long gradual climb then a long gradual descent.  Most is emminently runnable but with the odd deep bog or rutted downhill section to catch you out and send you flying (that’s what happened to yours truly anyway ! )


Sam had a great run to finish 26th and put his 3 Peaks disappointment behind him whilst gaining maximum club championship points. Next was Tony who moves to the top of the championship leaderboard with 37 points overall.  Brian was next home and moved into 2nd place in the championship.


Debbie was our 1st lady home and also first W40 I believe, although no prize was awarded.  We did however win the ladies team competition with Debbie, Andrea and Jill (who did the Open 5 the day before!) scoring.  Well done ladies – again !


The ladies club champs is too close to call.  I think Carol has 40pts, Sarah 38 and Helen 37 but don’t quote me on that.


The next club championship races for juniors are the Jack Bloor Fell Races at Ilkley on Tuesday 14th May. There is also a good senior race but it is not part of our senior champs.


The next club championship races for seniors are the 3 races over Whitsun Bank Holiday (Hutton Roof, Ingleton Trail Race & Austwick Amble).


More details to follow later on these events.


Results  from Wray – as amended by me where appropriate !



26 0:52:12 DALBY, Sam Settle Harriers
46 0:54:45 THORNTON, Anthony Settle Harriers Men over 40
55 0:55:34 KENNEDY, Brian Settle Harriers Men over 50
62 0:56:07 EVANS, Andy Settle Harriers Men over 50
71 0:57:54 ROGERSON, Mark Settle Harriers
96 0:59:55 MAHONEY, Deborah Settle Harriers Ladies over 45
111 1:01:37 WILSON, Gary Settle Harriers Men over 40
113 1:01:46 HINDE, Andrew Settle Harriers Men over 55
117 1:02:06 EDMONDSON, Andrea Settle Harriers
124 1:04:09 ELLWOOD, Pete Settle Harriers Men over 45
131 1:04:52 ECCLESTON, Jill Settle Harriers
149 1:07:06 MARSHALL, Judith Settle Harriers

159 1:08:04 CROSS, Sarah Settle Harriers Ladies over 40

161 1:08:12 GREENUP, Helen Settle Harriers Ladies over 45
181 1:13:10 BAGNALL, Jess Settle Harriers
205 1:27:53 OXLEY, Hilary Settle Harriers Ladies over 50



Under 8 Boys
1 Douglas Segger-Staveley    6:11

12 Sam Greenep                  7:29


Under 8 Girls

7 Lauren Evans                   7:14


Under 10 Boys

8 Thomas Oxley                 9:20

15 Ben Greenep                11:11


Under 10 Girls

7 Erin Cummins                 10:30

8 Edie Eccleston                10:58


Under 12 Boys

1 Thomas Marshall                    11:57

2 Sebastian Segger-Staveley      12:12

3 Sean Bargh                            12:26

8 Bob Evans                              13:30


Under 16 Boys

1 Mark Mahoney                    23:41

7 James Maxwell                   30:21




Andy Evans