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 RANELAGH HARRIERS E-NEWS # 514               24th November 2017
 Editor: Steve Rowland
 mailto: sandsrowland@btinternet.com  
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 HEADLINE NEWS                                                                 
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 *  Surrey Leagues – Ranelagh women and men both finish 5th, and stand in 5th
     and 7th places after two races
 *  Cordy Parker and Jon Pepper lead our teams   
 *  London Championships – Ranelagh women finish 4th and men 8th
 *  Laura Blazey and Richard Gregory lead our teams
 *  London Youth Games – Sonny Maund finishes 3rd and Izzy Atkins 6th 
 *  All needed for our next mob match on December 9th
 *  Still time to book for our Christmas Party - also on December 9th

 ATTENTION PLEASE
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 NEXT JOB FOR THE MOB  
 We have one more mob match this side of Christmas and it’s at Coulsdon on
 Saturday 9th December against South London Harriers. 7.5 miles of pure
 country. As usual for mob matches we need all the bodies we can get,
 everyone counts towards the final result and the more runners we have the
 better our chances of success. You can see details of the venue on SLH’s
 website here:.
 More public transport options nearer the time.

 Reserve the date, it will build up your appetite for the evening… 

 CHRISTMAS PARTY  Saturday 9th December
 There is still time to book for our Christmas Party! It’s at the Lass
 O’Richmond Hill pub in Queen’s Road, Richmond on Saturday 9th December at
 7pm. It’s £40 per head to include a three course dinner and wine, dancing
 and a disc jockey. We’re limited to 80 places so reserve your place without
 delay! E-mail Michele Gibson micheleagibson@hotmail.com or put your
 name on the list at the clubhouse. There’s also a menu at the clubhouse.
 Cheques should be payable to Ranelagh Harriers and left in an envelope at
 the clubhouse or posted to Michele Gibson, 79 Thames Side, Staines upon
 Thames, Middx TW18 2HF. For BACS payments it’s Ranelagh Harriers, sort code
 401310, account 12154501, reference Club Xmas and your Name. 

 FRANCKEISS CUP ROWING RACE
 Paul Gregory revived this event a few years ago, but we have only put in a
 crew on one or two occasions since. The event has been growing in popularity
 and five local running clubs put in crews last year. The cup is actually
 ours – it was donated by Ranelagh member R H Franckeiss in 1929 – but we
 haven’t brought it home for some time. This year’s races will take place at
 The Skiff Club Teddington on Sunday 14th January.

 Do we have any rowers in our midst, or anyone who would like to give it a
 try? The boats we use are two-person skiffs with a cox.  Paul writes: “Crews
 are doubles, ladies, men’s and mixed. No experience is necessary, three free
 training sessions are optionally available on Saturdays or Sundays -
 pre-booked only. The Skiff Club provides coxes if needed. Entry fees are £12
 per crew on the day. For more info:
 and Video:.” Reply to this email if you’re interested.

 SPORTS MASSAGE AND REMEDIAL THERAPY BASED AT SPORTING FEET, 9 KING STREET,
 RICHMOND
 Lara Werrett writes:
 “I will be based at Sporting Feet Richmond offering injury assessment,
 sports massage, kinesiology taping, dry needing and medical acupuncture. I
 am a qualified BTEC Level 5 Sports & Remedial Massage therapist and Level 3
 Personal Trainer. Contact me via my website/facebook page or mobile
 07786015342.
 larawerrett.com/ 

 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:

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 Follow Ranelagh on Facebook:. 


WHAT'S COMING
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 More details of the following from the men's Captains ranelagh.men@gmail.com
 or the women's Captain / Team Manager  ranelagh.women@gmail.com      


 Saturday 25th November   South of the Thames 5 miles at Beckenham Place Park
 including club women’s championships. 2pm start. Entries closed.

 Saturday 9th December     Stubbs Cup mob match v South London Harriers at
 Coulsdon  2.30pm  start. All welcome, register on the day.

 Saturday 16th December   South of the Thames 7.5 miles championship at
 Aldershot. 2pm start. Entries in advance, contact the captains if you want
 to run.

 Saturday 30th December   Henty Relay in Richmond Park. Our Xmas fun relay
 around Sidmouth Wood. 12 noon start. All welcome, register on the day by
 11.30am.

 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
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 SURREY LADIES LEAGUE  Saturday 11th November in Nonsuch Park
 Phil Aiken reports:
 “Prior to the National Cross Country Relays in Mansfield, an article in
 Athletics Weekly asked ’What can be done to stem the decline in the mass
 appeal of our sport?’ Those relays attracted a record entry. One week later,
 the Metropolitan League of North London and Hertfordshire turned up in
 Welwyn Garden City. So too did the athletes - 249 women and 529 men, record
 fields both.

 South of the river, the two divisions of the Surrey League, separated at
 Reigate, reunited in Nonsuch Park, site of the former Tudor royal palace, so
 named because, it is claimed, there was “none such place like it” in Europe.
 And, despite miserable weather, none such field like it was assembled on the
 start line as the traditional minute’s silence on Armistice Day was
 impeccably observed. Not only was the record 463 finishers from Reigate
 surpassed but so too was the Men’s total from the Met League, as 570
 completed the race, with Division 1 hitting the triple century mark. As
 recently as 2013-14, the opening two races attracted a little over 300
 across the two races. Some decline! 

 The race followed much the same script as it did at Reigate. The margins
 were tighter but Belgrave’s Sophie Harris won comfortably, Clapham’s Steph
 Davis repeating her second place. With no Julia Tomczak, Katy Hedgethorn of
 race 1 winners Thames moved a place up to third. Hercules newcomer Cheryl
 Nolan reprised her 5th place, sandwiched between host Epsom & Ewell’s Izzy
 Brinsden and Herne Hill’s Chloe Tighe. Belgrave’s Saron Haileselase, a
 classy runner but prone to fragility, had a good day to finish 7th, pushing
 consistent top tenners, Paula Rutherfoord and Claire Grima, down the order.
 South London’s Mary James, ahead of her international masters’ debut, came
 home in 11th with Reigate’s Fiona Clark not faring as well as she did on her
 home course, rounding out the top dozen, which contained nine of Reigate’s
 first twelve. The one exception to this ‘as you were scenario’ was Clapham’s
 Olivia Matthews, improving her 25th from Reigate by 15 places to be 10th.

 There was another close battle between Laura Blazey and Cordy Parker, the
 Oxfordshire athlete taking the spoils this time around. Despite finishing in
 the same position - 17th – this was a better performance given the stronger
 field this time around. Laura was just outside the top 20. Suzy Whatmough
 gained five places from Reigate to be top 30. Fourth for Ranelagh was Fanny
 Vein, 33rd on an impressive Surrey League debut. As at Reigate, Fiona Ford,
 71st, closed out the scoring. Alice Forbes and Ria Woodfield both finished
 comfortably in double figures with Julia Bailey, Eugenie McLachlan and
 Bonnie Morgan separated by half a dozen places to close the B team.

 With 24 Ranelagh finishers, another impressive showing, it would take too
 long to list everyone by name, but mention must be made of the half dozen
 representatives from Intermediate 3. The results will show that Jackie
 Dunkley, Bronwen Northmore, Katrina Roche, Annemarie Goodridge, Wendy Fisher
 and Ann Childs occupied the last six places in Division 1 but, being a
 combined race, they were not alone.

 Placing their scoring five in the top 25, Clapham were comfortable winners.
 Thames, leaders after the opening fixture, were missing a couple of their
 scoring runners, but continue to utilise their university Hare & Hounds
 connections to plug one of the holes to be second on the day. They are now
 tied with Clapham for the lead. With a much greater depth of quality where
 it matters, the smart money is on Clapham to win the league.

 Hercules Wimbledon continue to surprise, but should now be considered
 seriously for the end of season podium. Just four points behind Thames on
 the day, they broke away from a tie with Ranelagh for fourth and now sit
 third. Missing some top runners, South London slip back to fourth. It was a
 day of symmetry for both Ranelagh and Kent. Coming into the race they lay
 5th and 6th. After the race they lay 5th and 6th. In the race they placed,
 you’ve guessed it, 5th and 6th. After a disappointing 9th at Reigate, Herne
 Hill were 4th. It only moves them up a couple of places, but the points gap
 has narrowed. Belgrave, with two in the first seven but once again
 struggling with numbers, complete a tight four-way battle, just 41 points
 behind Ranelagh. The top ten is rounded out by Reigate Priory and Epsom &
 Ewell. We’ll probably look back at season’s end and recognise Reigate’s
 opening performance as being boosted by a home fixture. Rather like Ranelagh
 last season, a first race points disaster has left Epsom & Ewell trying to
 catch up with those ahead. 

 Three teams get relegated come the end of the year. Woking have all but
 booked their return ticket after promotion last year. Their annual awards
 night was held the night before and at Nonsuch park it was a case of the
 morning after. Last on the day, they replace Stragglers at the foot of the
 table. Dulwich Runners, once so strong, continue to fade. Just 10 points
 better off than Woking on the day, they now find themselves 70 points from
 safety. A better showing from Stragglers sees them rise to 13th. If Hercules
 Wimbledon are a surprise at the top end of the table, Fulham are equally a
 surprise near the foot. They have a 33 point cushion over Stragglers but are
 almost 100 back from Ful-on Tri in 11th. Barring some spectacular end of
 season collapse (it has happened) it’s three from four for the drop.

 In Division 2 Hannah Irwin, fresh off a 35:05 at the Leeds Abbey Dash, was
 again a class apart, finishing a minute clear of teammate Claudia
 Lance-Jones. It wasn’t quite such a dominating performance from Guildford &
 Godalming as at Reigate, closing the five scorers in the top seven this time
 around. With only 36 points after two fixtures and a lead over fourth place
 Wimbledon Windmilers approaching 400 points, a return to Division 1 is all
 but secured. On this showing, they’ll be a serious threat next year.”

 We again had three runners in the combined under 15 and under 17 race. Izzy
 Atkins started fast and just held on to a top ten placing, with Emily
 Coulson and Lexi Keech racing each other hard not far behind. 

 
 START FITNESS SURREY LEAGUE  Saturday 11th November on Mitcham Common
 Phil Killingley reports:
 “For a second weekend in a row overnight and morning rain spiced things up
 for the runners. Mitcham’s mud met Ranelagh’s runners attempting to muddle
 our way out of the relegation zone (A team) and improve on 4th last time (B
 team). And it was a great turnout -  a superb 34 runners donning the blue
 and Amber.. 

 This was a superbly strong cross country field. Marc Snaith observed that he
 ran 90s quicker than last time out but placed similarly. At the front Jon
 Pepper led for the first half mile, with Anthony Haynes not far back, but
 both slipped to 12th and 35th respectively.  Richard Gregory moved between
 them for a solid 27th, having spiked his chances of a higher finish by
 swapping out his 12mms before the start for something shorter.  Carl
 Assmundson was 49th, but then an astonishing six scorers in 15 seconds
 finished it off (with Glen Turner in there too as a non-scorer) for the A
 team.  Killingley, Kenton, Mockett, Haarer, Impey and McDaid stormed in,
 with a bulls**t award going to the last two for their pre-race assertions
 that they were just out for a jog-round for the B team. 

 There was more magic not far back. Strength in depth saw more blue vests
 flooding in - James Winch was denied anchorman by Eirin's appearance.  Other
 fine performances included an on-form Marc Snaith, ex-Straggler Graham
 Brook, a much improved Greg Atkins (U20) and new boy James Riley. Jon Smith
 nabbed the new B team anchorman trophy, which consensus has it looks like
 Dave Lawley, who was two seconds ahead in 19th for Ranelagh.  The B team
 included six Ranelagh runners within just 9 seconds of each other, battling
 each other for the scoring places. 

 So a great effort saw Ranelagh bag 5th place in the race and climb out of
 the relegation zone, replaced there by Clapham Chasers. There’s still some
 work to do maintain our top flight status but our eyes our now cast upwards
 not downwards. 

 More impressively the B team stormed into second place after 3rd in the
 match. More performances like this one are unlikely to see us catch Kent in
 1st but that’s no disgrace given their strength.  Hercules may yet catch us
 after a very strong showing this time round.  

 Well done to Surrey League first timers Matt WIlliams, Graham Brook, Tom
 Cameron, Eliott Wells, Glen Turner, James Riley and any others I’ve left
 off.  Don't be discouraged by what was a ridiculously strong field.  And
 thank you to team manager Alan Hedger, results guru Ken Powley and the vocal
 range of supporters who cheered us round.” 


 LONDON CROSS-COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS  Saturday 18th November at Parliament
 Hill
 Phil Killingley reports on the men’s race:
 “Great running on a bit of a grim Saturday by our lads out on Parliament
 Hill.  Reportedly not as brutal a course as the Southerns, so it must have
 been easy, right? 

 Results show that Ranelagh finished an excellent 8th, ahead of many of our
 Surrey League rivals.  Richard Gregory was our first home - he was very
 happy with his 15th place.  The team was completed well by newcomers Glen
 Turner and Ross MacDonald together with Carl Selya-Hammer.  Lots more
 competed for us - well done all of you, particularly relatively new member
 Tom Cameron for the lucky time of 44min44seconds.” 

 Phil Aiken reports on the women’s race:
 “A trip to Parliament Hill wouldn’t be a trip to Parliament Hill without
 mention of the weather and, though the biting wind had abated by the time
 the Senior races started, both the women and men ran to the accompaniment of
 a steady downpour. This may well have been the reason for a number of
 entrants to stay away, but not so many that, for the third week running, I
 can report that there was a record field.

 It was a game of two thirds last year, Nic Jackson’s individual bronze
 leading Ranelagh to the same colour in the team awards. But there was no Nic
 this year and a repeat was unlikely.

 Familiar faces in this race, Hannah Viner of Highgate and Lara Bromilow of
 Milton Keynes, were to the fore early on, separated by Clapham’s Steph
 Davis. As the lap progressed the gap between first and second had closed and
 it was to be no surprise when the Clapham athlete moved ahead on lap two and
 eased to a 26 second victory. Behind, Herne Hill’s Chloe Tighe had displaced
 Lara Bromilow from the medal positions but couldn’t close on second and had
 to settle for bronze.

 First home for Ranelagh was Laura Blazey, officially in 15th. (for some
 reason, the 9th place of Thames’ Victoria Berthelmess is missing from the
 results). Suzy Whatmough was inside the top 30, followed 15 seconds later by
 Fanny Vein, impressing for the second consecutive Saturday. Captain Becky
 had been in 4th but, suffering from a repeat of the back and calf issues
 which had rendered her inactive at Nonsuch Park, opted for caution before
 the end of lap one. Fiona Ford thus rounded out the scoring team in 57th,
 giving Ranelagh 131 points. It was good enough to beat both Clapham (134)
 and Belgrave (137) but there was a 40 point deficit to Victoria Park and
 Tower Hamlets, who replaced Ranelagh on the podium’s lowest step. Herne Hill
 had claimed silver by a solitary point last year, but took the same medals
 home again this time with a more comfortable 15 point margin. Racing on home
 turf, London Heathside had no problem retaining the overall team prize.

 There was good backup to the scoring four, 46 seconds and 23 places
 separating Eugenie McLachlan and Becky Northmore, with Bonnie Morgan, a
 returning Kerrie O’Connor and Clare Fowler in between, Vice Captain Becky
 missing out on the top 100 by a solitary place. Lara Werrett brought the
 number of finishers into double figures, with Charlie Hyde, Verka Lafeuille
 and Claire Warner completing Ranelagh’s effort.

 It is the turn of Parliament Hill to play host to the National Cross Country
 Championships in February. Three months of winter lie in store before then.”


 LONDON YOUTH GAMES  Saturday 18th November at Parliament Hill
 This event traditionally takes place on the morning of the London
 Championships in order to churn up Hampstead Heath nicely in readiness for
 the seniors running later. There was a number of Ranelagh members taking
 part, mostly representing Richmond or Kingston. The list below may be
 incomplete  - any additions welcome. Top performances came from Sonny Maund,
 bronze medallist in the U13 boys and Izzy Atkins, 6th in the U17 girls. Izzy
 and Alice Patterson were scoring members of the Richmond team that picked up
 bronze medals. 

 Boys Under 11
 1   B Buchan (Lambeth)        5.25
 19  Freddie Lett (King)       5.43
 47  Charlie Brook (Rich)      6.00
 118 Matthew Beal (Rich)       6.34          

 Boys Under 13 
 1   B Robinson (Southwark)    7.15
 3   Sonny Maund (Rich)        7.23
 31  Samson Nesbitt (Rich)     7.53
 54  Finlay Sinclair (Merton)  8.09
 103 Oscar Danson (Rich)       8.32           

 Girls Under 15
 1   M Squibb (Bromley)        7.21
 74  Lexi Keech (Wandsworth)   8.46

 Boys Under 15
 1   M Ali (Ealing)            9.27
 38  Tom Armstrong (King)     10.46
 53  Jonny Brook (Rich)       10.55
 75  Will Murphy (King)       11.07
 102 Euan Sinclair (King)     11.28
 123 Joe Murphy (King)        11.42
 127 Matthew O’Donovan (King) 11.46    

 Girls Under 17
 1   S Hoare (Wandsworth)     10.45
 6   Izzy Atkins (Rich)       11.14
 11  Alice Patterson (Rich)   11.29
 30  Emily Coulson (Rich)     12.11  

 Boys Under 17   
 1   J Owen (Enfield)         15.38
 61  Jacob Patterson (Rich)   18.51

 POPPY HALF MARATHON  Saturday 11th November at Bexhill
 1   B O’Boyle (Vegan)         1:16.55
 75  Mark Westwood             1:40.33

 SECOND SUNDAY OF THE MONTH 5 miles  Sunday 12th November on Wimbledon Common
 1   T Greenwood (TH&H)        30.37
 51  Steve Aikin               39.38
 61  Jarryd Hillhouse          40.47
 104 Carol Aikin               46.36
 108 Lloyd Camp                46.48
 124 Sue Camp                  50.23  

 VERONA MARATHON, HALF MARATHON and 10km  Sunday 19th November
 Chris Read reports:
 “'On Sunday 19 November a team of fit Ranelagh athletes raced in Verona,
 Italy.  I was also there as a spectator and general hanger on.  The trip was
 expertly organised by Heather Martingell.  Verona is a beautiful city, with
 many historic buildings.  The start and finish of the races took place just
 outside the Arena, one of the largest intact Roman amphitheatres. The
 weather was clear and sunny throughout. 

 There were some good performances by Ranelagh runners.  These included 8th
 place in the 10k for Eirin McDaid, a half marathon personal best for Mark
 Herbert and completion of his tenth marathon of 2017 by Ian Grange.

 By the end of the day after walking round numerous historic buildings and
 standing watching races for hours my legs were aching.  It is surprisingly
 tiring being a hanger on.”

 Marathon
 1    R Ndiwa (Kenya)          2:12.51
 37   F Dal Ri (Italy)         2:37.45  (1st woman)
 2281 Jane Craigie-Payne       4:20.03
 2369 Ian Grange               4:24.54
 2694 Deborah Blakemore        5:36.13 

 Half Marathon
 1    R Maiyo (Kenya)          1:02.18  (chip time 1:02.17)
 30   I Iozzia (Italy)         1:17.07  (1:17.06  1st woman)   
 52   Mark Herbert             1:19.48  (1:18.54)
 1308 Hadi Khatamizadeh        1:51.10  (1:49.48)
 2089 Tom Reay                 2:05.23  (2:02.42)
 2118 Zoe Hall                 2:06.03  (2:03.12)

 10km  
 1    A Pranno (Italy)         32.04  (chip time 32.02)
 8    Eirin McDaid             35.16  (35.14)
 26   E Bonvecchio (Italy)     37.51  (37.49  1st woman)
 203  Ashleigh Ferris          51.08  (51.00) 
   
 RICHMOND 10km  Sunday 19th November
 1   K Rakestraw (unatt)       35.10
 4   James Whistler            36.56

 BERKS, BUCKS and OXON CHAMPIONSHIPS  Sunday 19th November at Reading
 Representing her first-clam Andover AC, Cordelia Parker finished 6th.

 parkrun results...
 For those of you who are not currently shown as Ranelagh in the parkrun
 database, it would be very helpful if you could update your details. You can
 also access Ranelagh results here:.       

 parkruns 5km Saturday 11th November

 Bushy Park
 Nick WRIGHT 18:59, Joe BRYANT 22:17, Janet TURNES 30:45, Aiah SONGU-MBRIWA
 39:12, Wally GARROD 40:08, John HANSCOMB 51:26

 Richmond Park
 James RITCHIE 19:43, Sam RUSHBY (jnr) 22:48, Hadi KHATAMIZADEH 23:29, James
 RUSHBY (jnr) 23:54, Simon TAYLOR 24:14, Ally PICKARD 25:14, Jarryd HILLHOUSE
 25:17, Maia RUSHBY 25:29, Margie MARSHALL 25:41, Tony APPLEBY 26:12, Aoife
 KILPATRICK 26:35, Ian HARRISON 27:09, Ben RUSHBY (jnr) 28:09, Phil RUSHBY
 28:11, John RICKETTS 28:33, Andrew BROWN  31:44, Val LOWMAN 33:50 Alberto
 ESGUEVILLAS 38:09, Pat HEWLETT 43:33 

 Heaton
 Alex FORDHAM 19:20

 Old Deer Park
 There was a 1-2-3 for Kris Davidson, Al Whatmough and Jonathan Moore, and a
 first place amongst the women for Clare Fowler
 Kris DAVIDSON 17:54, Allan WHATMOUGH 18:13, Jonathan MOORE 18:23, Clare
 FOWLER 21:21, Glen TURNER 21:21, Paul GILBERT 22:34, Julian HOLDEN 29:55,
 Deborah BLAKEMORE 31:40

 Kingston
 Chris CAMACHO 23:45

 Maidstone
 Peter FORDHAM 28:11

 Oxford
 Tomas STERNER 32:12

 Highbury Fields
 Katie WALTON 33:06

 Nonsuch Park
 Rob CURTIS 23:32

 Lloyd Park
 Jodie Grey was the leading woman.
 Jodie GREY 25:37

 Delta, South Africa
 Paul SINTON-HEWITT 31:52, Jo SINTON-HEWITT 33:24

 Crane Park
 Second place for Nick Twomey.
 Nicholas TWOMEY 18:00, Daniel LITTLE 19:23, Richard GURD 19:58, Eric PLUE
 20:47, Egis VINCEL 21:04, Daniel CHIECHI 22:05, Clare KING 22:28, Kevin
 KEAREY 22:48, Stephen AIKIN 22:59, Kevin JACQUES 23:40, Carol AIKIN 24:55,
 Ashleigh FERRIS 26:07, Verka LAFEUILLE 26:08, Claire WARNER 26:19, Philip
 ROBERTS 26:30, Sally BAMFORD 26:49, Fiona PUGH 26:50, Prelini CHIECHI 28:16,
 Rue TURNER 28:39, Paul WAPSHOTT 28:39, Josie KEAREY (jnr) 29:39, Philippa
 KITCHEN 29:42, Christine DAVID 30:07, Victoria ORME 30:31, Michelle BEAUMONT
 30:45, Karima GRAHAM 30:47, Michael WHITE 30:54, Louise WAPSHOTT 31:30,
 Tamsin BURLAND 31:31, Tracey SMALL 32:47, Hilary THOMSON 34:06, Ellen VAN
 KEULEN 35:04, Amrut SHARMA 35:09, Deepa SHARMA 35:10, Catherine HOLMAN
 35:11, Cindy CROUCHER 35:32, Deirdre INMAN 35:32

 Reigate Priory
 Duncan MALLISON 24:32

 Parke
 Mike PEACE 25:32

 Cranleigh
 Sarah SMITH 30:15

 Piggly Wiggly, South Africa
 Gill Sanders was second overall and leading woman.
 Gill SANDERS  19:01

 Glossop
 Peter WEIR 22:04, Karen WEIR 25:01

 Lac de Divonne, France
 Alastair RITCHIE 24:30

 Junior parkruns 2km  Sunday 12th November

 Morrmead
 Astrid ROPER 10:01

 Surbiton
 Nathaniel BOND 9:04

 parkruns 5km Saturday 18th November

 Bushy Park
 Ted MOCKETT 16:47, Jonathan SMITH 17:47, Marc SNAITH 18:06, Richard GURD
 19:46, James WHISTLER 20:37, Joe BRYANT 22:24, Kevin JACQUES 23:45, Julie
 DRUMMOND 27:34, Noel SIMPSON 28:03, Jackie DUNKLEY 29:08, Clive NAISH 30:24,
 Wally GARROD 39:42, John HANSCOMB 52:23

 Richmond Park
 First place overall for Nick Impey while Adrienne Baddeley was second woman
 home.
 Nick IMPEY 16:51, James RITCHIE 19:41, Stewart ANDERSON 20:09, Adrienne
 BADDELEY 21:33, Stephen AIKIN 21:46, Karl GARVEY 22:49, Sam RUSHBY (jnr)
 23:00, James RUSHBY (jnr) 23:32, Amrut SHARMA 23:41, Margie MARSHALL 24:44,
 Aoife KILPATRICK 25:10, Carol AIKIN 25:23, Clare DAY 25:46, Ian HARRISON
 27:03, Jarryd HILLHOUSE 27:43, Ben RUSHBY (jnr) 28:24, Maia RUSHBY 28:25,
 Michael SIKORA 30:09, Val LOWMAN 30:14, Bronwen NORTHMORE 31:28, Annemarie
 GOODRIDGE 33:17, Wendy FISHER 35:14, Beverley ALI 41:29, Andrew BROWN 43:31,
 Martin CLARK 44:38, Alberto ESGUEVILLAS 46:24, Pat HEWLETT 48:56  

 Hackney Marshes
 Carl ASSMUNDSON 16:56

 Old Deer Park
 First and third for Nick Impey and James Riley, third woman for Rachel
 Smith.
 Kris DAVIDSON 17:50, James RILEY 18:04, Rachel SMITH 24:09, Paula MAGUIRE
 29:16, Sandy CLARK 29:25, Julian HOLDEN 29:32, Katie WALTON 32:01

 Southampton
 Penny MERRETT 32:24

 Kingston
 Chris CAMACHO 23:21, Geoffrey FISHER 27:59

 Southsea
 Alan DAVIDSON 28:23

 Eastville
 Paul SINTON-HEWITT 21.00, Jo SINTON-HEWITT 28:25 

 Crane Park
 Nick Twomey finished second.
 Nicholas TWOMEY 17:38, Glen TURNER 19:31, Eliott WELLS 19:42, Eric PLUE
 20:57, Philip ROBERTS 22:15, Alan ELDER 22:50, Marianne MALAM 23:51, Hannah
 MALAM (jnr) 24:17, Fiona PUGH 26:29, Michelle BEAUMONT 26:40, Paul WAPSHOTT
 27:19, Rue TURNER 27:19, Michael WHITE 28:32, Ellen VAN KEULEN 30:10, Louise
 WAPSHOTT 31:28, Hilary THOMSON 33:10, Cindy CROUCHER 34:34

 Barking
 Su CLARK 34:36

 Preston Park, Brighton
 John PRATT 27:14

 Osterley
 Dave Lawley was first in.
 Dave LAWLEY 18:22, Michael OSBORNE 23:32, Colette DORAN 28:47, Cathy HOLMAN
 35:32

 Parke
 Mike PEACE 25:03

 Barclay
 Dawn BATES 31:28

 Salisbury
 Bobby JACKSON 21:40

 Bois de Boulogne, France
 Nick FORDHAM 20:51

 Lac de Divonne, France
 Alastair RITCHIE 24:01

 Meyerton, South Africa
 Peter FORDHAM 27:51

 Junior parkruns 2km  Sunday 19th November

 Moormead
 Campbell MCLAREN 9:36

 FINALLY...
 Ranelagh’s 1982 London Marathon winner Hugh Jones and his daughter Coral
 after this year’s London Marathon:.