*************************************************** RANELAGH HARRIERS E-NEWS # 523 29th March 2018 Editor: Steve Rowland mailto: email@example.com *************************************************** HEADLINE NEWS ************* * Janet Turnes wins the Clutton Cup 10 miles handicap * Fastest times by Peter Haarer and Fanny Vein * Baker Cup 3 miles road handicap on April 7th * Thames Towpath 10 miles on April 8th * Ranelagh Richmond Half Marathon on May 6th * Still time to book for the Baker Cup Prize Presentations evening on April 7th * Quiz night at the clubhouse on April 28th ATTENTION PLEASE **************** BAKER CUP 3 miles ROAD HANDICAP Saturday 7th April in Richmond Park (by White Lodge) Our shortest handicap, 3 miles road in the centre of the Park. 3pm start, all welcome, register on the day at the clubhouse no later than 2.15pm. BAKER CUP SUPPER - TROPHY PRESENTATIONS EVENING Our Presentations evening will take place after the Baker Cup 3 miles handicap on Saturday 7th April, starting at 7pm. If you have a trophy to collect please try to attend. The venue as usual will be upstairs at the Roebuck pub, 130 Richmond Hill, TW10 6RN (tel 0208 948 2329). Price is £25 per person, to include welcome drink, free beer (while stocks last) and buffet dinner. We can accommodate a maximum of 60 people, so please reserve your place now. Your glass of bubbly awaits you! Please contact Michele Gibson, Email:- firstname.lastname@example.org, Mobile:- 07703 518956. Cheques payable to Ranelagh Harriers and posted / handed to Ms Michele Gibson, c/o Baker Cup Supper, 79 Thames Side, Staines upon Thames, Middlesex TW18 2HF or leave in the clubhouse safe with the name Michele Gibson / Baker Cup on the envelope. Cash payable to Michele Gibson at the Club on Tuesday and Wednesday nights. BACS Payments - Ranelagh Harriers Sort Code 401310 Account 12154501 REF- Baker Cup & YOUR NAME. QUIZ NIGHT Well be holding a quiz night in the clubhouse on Saturday 28th April starting at 7pm. Its teams of four, make up your own team or just come along on the night and well fit you into a team. Price is £10 per head to include a fish and chip supper (or veggie alternative please state). Please let Andy Hayward know if you are coming email@example.com or 07749 204242. MARSHALS We still need lots more helpers for our Half Marathon on Sunday 6th May. Please let us know if you can help. Theres a sign-up sheet in the clubhouse or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Looking further ahead theres help wanted too for the Richmond 10km on Sunday 17th June. REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN for our Half Marathon on May 6th - here:... and our 10k on June 17th - here:. Half Marathon entries are coming in fairly slowly this year, so if youre planning to run get your entry in soon. Of course, if youre not running please volunteer as a marshal see above. PHOTOGRAPHER Richmond Half Marathon Race Director Sandra Forrest writes: Weve lost our photographer for this years race. It seems a shame not to have one, but they said that the race hasnt been profitable for them. We dont pay the photographer anything, or even organise their attendance they usually just turn up and then put a link to the gallery on the website each year so that people can purchase their event photos if they would like to. If anyone would like to give this a shot, there is an opening for this service. Contact me directly at email@example.com if you are interested. This isnt a vital service so if no-one is interested we will do without. THAMES TOWPATH 10 miles Sunday 8th April at Chiswick This is always a popular event and is the opening race in our 2018 Road Grand Prix. Details:. There are 48 Ranelagh entries at the time of writing. Full details of the Road Grand Prix here:. HOGSMILL LADIES ONLY 5 miles Sunday 13th May Claire from Epsom Allsorts writes: This years race is set to be on 13th May 2018, once again starting from the Harrier Centre in West Ewell at 10 am. There are also children's races starting at 9:15.This year there is a technical t-shirt for all finishers!! Entries are now open. Please see a link to our website with more information and how to enter here:. We can't promise perfect weather but we can promise that there will be a charity cake sale at the end!!! MINI MOB MATCH Our annual Mini Mob Match against The Stragglers will take place on Saturday 30th June incorporated with the Crane Park parkrun. If youre running a parkrun that day, please choose Crane Park if you can. Wear Ranelagh kit and make sure your parkrun profile identifies you as Ranelagh, otherwise you wont count. ONE WILLOW THERAPEUTICS Zoe writes: Deep tissue massage for athletes can both enhance performance and reduce the risk of injury, as runners we have all had muscle fatigue, inflammation and some ligament issues. One Willow Therapeutics is an established deep tissue massage specialist which can work with each athlete to address injuries or specific concerns; this is often best set to gain optimal result working within their training programme. One of our members, Zoe as part of One Willow Therapeutics is offering a discount to all Ranelagh members. This might be great in helping any current injury, or simply preparing for or recovering from an important race! For a pre-race treatment it is advisable that it is taken at least week or before the event, as deep tissue work can cause the body to change in a rebalance, or readjustment which needs to be accounted for. The offer is for first treatment, including consultation, for an hour £45 (normally £75), 90 minutes £60 and two hours at £80 (normally £120). For those who would like to book please call Zoe at One Willow Therapeutics on 07778 513098 or email firstname.lastname@example.org and let her know you are a member of Ranelagh. TUESDAY NIGHT SOCIALS Dont forget that we meet for a casual drink after training on the first Tuesday of each month. Venue is upstairs at the Roebuck on Richmond Hill. All welcome. 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: FACEBOOK Follow Ranelagh on Facebook. WHAT'S COMING ************* More details of the following from the men's Captains email@example.com or the women's Captain / Team Manager firstname.lastname@example.org Saturday 7th April Baker Cup 3 miles road handicap in Richmond Park (White Lodge) 3pm start Sunday 8th April Thames Towpath 10 miles at Chiswick Sunday 15th April Brighton Marathon Sunday 22nd April London Marathon Sunday 6th May Ranelagh Richmond Half Marathon. See above Sunday 20th May Sutton 10km. Details:. 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/. WHATS HAPPENED *************** CLUTTON CUP 10 miles handicap Saturday 17th March in Richmond Park. Shackleton reports: The Clutton Cup favoured the bold: arctic temperatures, driving snow and slippery conditions all had to be negotiated just to get to Petersham, besides the vast drifts of rugby-goers heading for the international match at Twickenham. Sixteen hardy souls gathered for the start. As we set off one after another into the wild, we were met almost immediately by the shock of an icy wind at full blast which sought out the marrow of our bones. Queen's Ride offered some shelter but there was no real let-up until we had reached the lee of Spankers Hill. The park was pleasantly empty and we encountered fewer people than we did deer, the latter looking on disdainfully as we skirted the herd (especially the stag with his air of "None shall pass"). As we approached Pen Ponds an unmissable sign pointed the way to the start of a series of red flags laid down carefully by an intrepid Andy Bickerstaff which marked out the second half of the lap very effectively. This section of the course covers parts of the park rarely trod by Ranelagh (or indeed anyone else on this particular day) and if perhaps the most bleak in appearance, it was the most scenic with acres of snow-covered wilderness stretching ahead. We were soon at and through a section called Pond Slade which was a little damp and boggy in places, and then climbing back up round Sidmouth Wood to the start. If the first lap was the epitome of the loneliness of the long-distance runner (I saw no one) then the second was more lively as the faster runners began to close in on those who had set off earlier. Janet Turnes was first to the tape and won the handicap and the Cup. She was followed in by James Riley who produced an excellent run and was unlucky to miss out on fastest man for the day by just two seconds (that went to Peter Haarer who had the advantage of Marcus Atkins to chase down in a close sprint finish). Mark Herbert was neatly third finisher and third in speed order, while Fanny Vein was our fastest woman, followed by Rebecca Northmore and Ann Kearey. The real heroes of the day were the marshals: Andy Bickerstaff, Ken Powley, Alan Hedger and others who nobly started everyone at the correct time and then endured the bitter weather until the last runner came home. Back at the clubhouse the post-race tea prepared by Carol Barnshaw and Clive Naish has rarely been more welcome. In spite of the elements I enjoyed the Clutton Cup and my only regret is that it has taken me more than thirty years to give it a go. H'cap H'cap Actual Speed Time Allow Time Order 1 Janet Turnes (L) 50.54 61.10 112.04 14 2 James Riley 51.33 10.40 62.13 2 3 Mark Herbert 52.53 11.10 64.03 3 4 Eliott Wells 52.58 18.00 70.58 4 5 Peter Haarer 54.21 7.50 62.11 1 6 Marcus Atkins 54.23 20.30 74.53 9 7 Ann Kearey (L) 55.11 34.20 89.31 11 8 Fanny Vein (L) 55.23 16.50 72.13 6 9 Chris Owens 55.53 17.50 73.43 8 10 Tom Cameron 56.57 15.10 72.07 5 11 Alexander Fordham 57.30 15.10 72.40 7 12 Rebecca Northmore (L) 59.42 18.00 77.42 10 13 Chris Camacho 61.23 37.00 98.23 13 14 Michael Osborne 61.44 33.20 95.04 12 FINCHLEY 20 miles Sunday 18th March The Finchley 20 would have served as our club 20 miles championship but it was one of many road races this weekend to be cancelled in the face of icy weather. ENGLISH SCHOOLS CHAMPIONSHIPS Saturday 17th March at Leeds Representing Middlesex, Izzy Atkins finished 44th in a field of 339 runners in the Inter Girls race. HAMPTON COURT PALACE HALF MARATHON Sunday 18th March 1 K Kyreme (Shaft B)) 1:12.05 (chip time 1:12.05) 27 L Niems (unatt) 1:25.01 (1:25.01 - 1st woman) 29 James Whistler (Rane) 1:25.34 (1:25.30) 1608 Claire Warner 2:19.46 (2:10.36) 1882 Sally Yau 2:16.17 (2:14.02) 2601 Katie Walton 2:48.54 (2:40.06) 2645 Latrina Roche 2:50.54 (2:29.38) HASTINGS HALF MARATHON Sunday 18th March 1 A Clarke (Hastings) 1:08.35 12 Ian Kenton (Ranelagh) 1:17.55 LAST FRIDAY OF THE MONTH 5km Friday 23rd March in Hyde Park 1 N Besson (Serp) 15.47 10 Ian Kenton (Ranelagh) 16.32 227 Alan Davidson 27.42 SRI CHINMOY MAD MARCH 10k Saturday 24th March in Battersea Park 1 A Maud (Highgate) 31.59 34 Ed Perry (Ranelagh) 36.44 CRANLEIGH 15 miles / 21 miles Sunday 25th March 21 miles 1 S Blake (Woking) 2:01.51 173 Bruce McLaren (Ranelagh) 2:53.04 16 miles 1 M Houston (Chichester) 1:26.28 107 Marilena Wilkinson (Rane) 2:30.01 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 10th March Rondebosch, South Africa Lloyd CAMP 23:41 parkruns 5km Saturday 17th March Bushy Park Julia Bailey was second woman. Julia BAILEY 20:05, Euan SINCLAIR (jnr) 20:56, James WHISTLER 21:12, Joe BRYANT (jnr) 21:42, Finlay SINCLAIR (jnr) 22:11, Noel SIMPSON 27:53, Jackie DUNKLEY 30:11, Wally GARROD 47:50, Colette DORAN 50:54, Michael WHITE 50:55, John HANSCOMB 57:04 Wimbledon Common Richard Gregory was first overall and Laura Blazey was third woman Richard GREGORY 17:49, Laura BLAZEY 23:33 Richmond Park Jordan Mungovan placed third overall and Adrienne Baddeley was second woman. Jordan MUNGOVAN 18:30, Gareth WILLIAMS 18:55, Adrienne BADDELEY 21:08, John HOBSON 22:25, Stephen AIKIN 22:55, Jeremy DAY 23:29, Rachel REVETT 25:23, Margie MARSHALL 25:41, Carol AIKIN 25:46, Jarryd HILLHOUSE 26:42, Clare DAY 26:59, Sam RUSHBY (jnr) 27:14, Andrew BROWN 27:21, Ian HARRISON 27:22, Sue CAMP 27:34, Gavin HILLHOUSE 27:35, Michael BEVERLY 27:36, Karen HARBERT 28:30, Daniel RUSHBY (jnr) 29:42, Ben RUSHBY (jnr) 29:58, James RUSHBY (jnr) 30:01, Maia RUSHBY 30:02, Aoife KILPATRICK 31:06, Hadi KHATAMIZADEH 31:07, Phil RUSHBY 31:31, Annemarie GOODRIDGE 36:29, Penny MERRETT 38:53, Pat HEWLETT 58:12 Frimley Lodge Nicholas TWOMEY 18:10 Old Deer Park Bruce MCLAREN 23:46, Stewart ANDERSON 26:07, Christine DAVID 33:35, Sarah HOVELL 35:48, Deborah BLAKEMORE 38:49, Melanie DAVISON 43:54 Kingston Ed Perry and Nick Wright finished first and third overall, while Bonnie Morgan was third woman. Ed PERRY 18:10, Nick WRIGHT 19:01, Bonnie MORGAN 22:50, Adam WRIGHT 23:30, Geoffrey FISHER 25:04, Chris CAMACHO 25:36, Tom REAY 27:07 Oxford Evelyn JOSLIN 28:47, Tomas STERNER 33:54 Southsea Alan DAVIDSON 28:53 Beckenham Place Paul SINTON-HEWITT 21:01, Jo SINTON-HEWITT 28:44 Whiteley Peter FORDHAM 28:49 Newbury Henry MAGUIRE 51:34 Beckton Fiona PUGH 26:41 Crane Park Eirin McDaid finished first. Eirin MC DAID 17:27, Richard GURD 23:17, Rue TURNER 23:27, Philip ROBERTS 23:58, Michelle BEAUMONT 25:04, Kevin JACQUES 25:06, Heather MARTINGELL 26:51, Claire WARNER 27:11, Paul WAPSHOTT 27:58, Ellen VAN KEULEN 28:10, Nigel COOMBES 45:10 Burgess Glen Turner was the first home. Glen TURNER 17:29, Tom FAIRBROTHER 24:59 Milano Nord, Italy Alastair RITCHIE 24:55 Exmouth Pete WARREN 26:46 Witney Clare FOWLER 26:44 Hazelwood Kirsty STEEL 24:17 parkruns 5km Saturday 24th March Bushy Park Ted MOCKETT 17:15, James WHISTLER 18:13, Nick WRIGHT 18:37, Euan SINCLAIR (jnr) 19:38, Finlay SINCLAIR (jnr) 20:04, Joe BRYANT (jnr) 20:29, Adam WRIGHT 23:28, Rebecca NORTHMORE 23:50, Ian GRANGE 25:35, Ellen VAN KEULEN 26:20, Julie DRUMMOND 27:09, Jackie DUNKLEY 29:52, Linda HONEY 31:05, Robin DRUMMOND 34:58, Wally GARROD 40:26, John HANSCOMB 52:30 Richmond Park Adrienne Baddeley was the third woman home. Adrienne BADDELEY 20:10, Stephen AIKIN 22:03, Richard PENDER 22:17, Sam RUSHBY (jnr) 22:31, Jarryd HILLHOUSE 22:39, Jeremy DAY 22:42, Margie MARSHALL 24:25, Anna REICHWALD 24:47, Carol AIKIN 24:56, Matilda HARRISON (jnr) 25:53, Karl GARVEY 26:07, Simon TAYLOR 26:32, Karen HARBERT 26:38, Clare DAY 26:39, Hadi KHATAMIZADEH 26:54, Ian HARRISON 27:08, Sue CAMP 27:11, Gavin HILLHOUSE 27:12, Michael SIKORA 27:30, Phil RUSHBY 27:39, John HOBSON 28:30, Aoife KILPATRICK 29:32, Andrew BROWN 30:37, Ben RUSHBY (jnr) 30:50, Maia RUSHBY 30:52, Bronwen NORTHMORE 33:31, Annemarie GOODRIDGE 33:58, Robert HILLHOUSE 41:27, Beverley ALI 44:47, Penny MERRETT 44:57, Pat HEWLETT 56:10 Pollok Park, Glasgow Peter WEIR 21:36 Frimley Lodge Nicholas TWOMEY 21:12 Old Deer Park Bruce MCLAREN 23:04, Julian HOLDEN 30:12, Deborah BLAKEMORE 32:32, James RILEY 34:43, Melanie DAVISON 48:32 Hampstead Heath Pete WARREN 28:36 Kingston Chris CAMACHO 24:08, Alison DICKS 25:54, Tom REAY 26:38, Julie NAISMITH 28:48 Oxford Peter Haarer placed second. Peter HAARER 17:12 Southsea Alan DAVIDSON 28:04 York Peter FORDHAM 27:38 Bath Skyline Verka LAFEUILLE 29:48, Michael WHITE 29:49 Highbury Fields Peter FAULL 19:32, Matthew WILLIAMS 19:34 Cambridge Emma WELLHAM 47:31 Nonsuch Park Simon HEDGER 20:50 Gunnersbury Fanny Vein was the leading woman. Tom CAMERON 19:06, Fanny VEIN 19:40 Upton House Marie SYNNOTT-WELLS 21:40 Eastville Angus CATER 28:27 Crane Park Gordon WHITSON 21:19, Daniel CHIECHI 21:34, Michelle BEAUMONT 22:19, Richard GURD 22:25, Marianne MALAM 23:35, Rue TURNER 23:35, Ann KEAREY 23:59, Kevin KEAREY 24:00, Jane CRAIGIE-PAYNE 25:00, Heather MARTINGELL 25:18, Paul WAPSHOTT 27:20, Josie KEAREY (jnr) 27:23, Hilary THOMSON 32:55, Anne CHILDS 34:47, Nigel COOMBES 35:02, Su CLARK 37:48, Tamsin BURLAND 37:48, Sally SPAULL 38:02 Parke Mike PEACE 26:12 East Coast, Singapore Duncan MALLISON 21:47 Exeter Riverside Cecily DAY 21:01 Cassiobury Paul SINTON-HEWITT 20:21, Tom FAIRBROTHER 22:35, Joanne SINTON-HEWITT 27:52 Hove Promenade Ally PICKARD 25:16 Wyre Forest Clare FOWLER 22:25 Dolgellau Colette DORAN 27:47 Bois de Boulogne, France Carl Selya-Hammer led the way. Carl SELYA-HAMMER 18:07 Lac de Divonne, France Alastair Ritchie 24:36 Skatås, Sweden Glen Turner placed a close second. Glen TURNER 16:54 Bakewell Jo BILLINGS 20:07, Karen WEIR 22:50 Mole Valley Eirin McDaid was the first home. Eirin McDAID 17:41, Mark HERBERT 20:03 Hazelwood Becky Curtis-Hall was the leading woman. Becky CURTIS-HALL 20:18, Rob CURTIS 23:54, Kirsty STEEL 33:23 Junior parkruns 2km Sunday 25th March Moormead Chase LAWLER 8:33, Piper LAWLER 10:20 FINALLY... Submitted anonymously to the Ranelagh Harriers Gazette October 1922: Tis honour of club that spurs us on When weary and fit to drop. Tis only a slacker that turns it in, And none who can stand will stop. Tis a glorious feeling when racings oer, No matter which man has won, To feel that youve run for your club throughout And your race was a race well run.