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30 October 2023 - By Natalie Lilley

A busy weekend of running, with a Parkrun takeover at Maldon – well done everyone! – and the first NESS XC fixture.

The black & gold were out at a variety of other events over the weekend – thanks to everyone that submitted their results!


Top Day Events Halloween Trail

Steven Alder, Clarice Anderson and Lysia Jiggins braved torrential rain on Saturday night for this narrative trail race. The conditions made direction following very difficult, and with visibility worries the trio took the sensible option to return to base after 6 hard miles –  still a brilliant effort!


Dublin Marathon

The Collins twins returned to Dublin, where Fiona managed to take a whopping 17 minutes off her PB!

Fiona Collins – 4:16:18 (PB)

Claire Collins – 3:57:42 (PB)


Stort 30

James Blackshaw and Dean Whittaker braved the mud of this riverside ultra, both claiming prizes in their age groups.

James Blackshaw – 4:52:42 – 1st MV40

Dean Whittaker – 5:31:21 (PB) – 3rd MV45


The Stickler

Adam Hocken travelled to Dorset for this 10.1 mile multi terrain race involving over 1500 feet of climbing! He finished in 2:15:12


NESS XC race 1

See separate post  for details of the first race of the season. Finishing positions as follows:


Claudia Baba 15
Sally Hoyle 22
Vicki Riley 28
Elizabeth Prior 35
Angela Wray 36
Liz Stuckey 45
Maggie Mason 60
Clarice Sanderson 64
Celine Elson 75
Sarah Naughton 83
Dawn Shilling 88
Lysia Jiggins 91
Jenny Layley 92
Natalie Lilley 97
Karen Flowers 99
Angela Read 104
Kerry Townsend 105


William Radley 1
Damien Walsh 24
Matthew Rees 25
Gavin Laws 34
Owen Dare 39
Daniel Griffiths 42
Jamie Davidson 44
Harry Solomon 51
Giles Sowerby 54
Scott Darney 88
Ian Cuthbert 90
Simon Scott 93
Richard Green 108
Mark Austin 113
Alex Stuckey 120
James Attenborough 125
Michael Conroy 131
Danny Connor 135
Thomas Ashley 137
Jonathan Moore 144
Andrew Read 156
Steven Alder 157
Glen Waller 158
James Montgomery 161
Ross Silverton 166

Thought of the week: Skin is waterproof! (c) Terry Alabaster 




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