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Month: November 2009

Sunday 29th November – Thirsk 10 Miles

Sunday 29th November – Thirsk 10 Miles

The race was won by Dave Webb (Leeds City) in a new course record of just over 48.32 (all chip times). For OAC, Zack Whitehead recorded one of many OAC pbs on the day finishing in 21st in 55.19 ahead of Julian Mawson 24th in 56.22 and Scott Harrington 57th in 59.17. Josie Hodgetts recorded a new pb and improved her existing club record by almost three and a half minutes finishing as sixth lady and 85th overall in 60.46…

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Sunday 22nd November – Rivock Edge Fell Race @ Silsden

Sunday 22nd November – Rivock Edge Fell Race @ Silsden

In the race won by Lewis Banton (Clowne Road runners) in 53.02, for OAC Steve Wallace finished thirteenth (59.16), Chris Stacey 20th (60.32), Colin Best 80th (71.39), Sarah McBrinn 93rd (74.41), Liz Fawcett 94th (75.23), Carol Armitstead 101st (76.58) and Graham Stead 108th (80.21). Full results available from fellrunner.org and photos from David Brett.

Sunday 22nd November – Leeds Abbey Dash 10km

Sunday 22nd November – Leeds Abbey Dash 10km

The race won by Jonny Mellor (Liverpool Harriers) in 29.13. A number of excellent pb’s across OAC members (Gun positions and chip times): Zack Whitehead 40th (32.39 – PB), Josie Hodgetts 142nd (36.39 – PB and Club Record), Racheal Bamford 244th (38.35 – PB) and Paul Clifford 348th (40.04). Mick Jeffrey 365th (40.02), Howard Jeffrey 558th (42.17), Billy Rayner 1,503rd (48.05 – PB by 47 seconds), Bridget Barr 2,114th (48.32), Mary Hampshire 2,473rd (53.02), Laura Taylor 3,522nd (52.02) and Caron…

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Saturday 21st November – Harriers v Cyclists @ Bingley

Saturday 21st November – Harriers v Cyclists @ Bingley

The race was won by runner Simon Bailey (Mercia) in 33.27 and in second place overall was cyclist Rob Jebb (Wheelbase) in 35.03. For OAC, Bob Addey was first back overall and on his bike in 29th overall (41.58) followed by partner Renee Saxton running home in 59th overall (47.06). Pange Srivastava also ran well in the challenging conditions finishing 87th overall (52.46). Results and race report from Bingley Harriers.

Saturday 21st November – Full Tour of Pendle Fell Race

Saturday 21st November – Full Tour of Pendle Fell Race

The race was won by Dominic Raby (Chorley) in 2.38.30. First OAC finisher was the delighted Andy Hunt 32nd (2.54.34) followed by new OAC member Tony Cunningham 49th (3.01.53). Laura Martin finished 95th (and second FV40) in 3.14.05 closely followed by second claim member Sharron Smith 111th (3.18.06) and then Adam Baird 168th (3.34.59) Results from fellrunner.org and details from Clayton Le Moors Harriers.

Saturday 21st November – Complete Runner Cross Country @ Thornes Park, Wakefield

Saturday 21st November – Complete Runner Cross Country @ Thornes Park, Wakefield

In the men’s race waon by Andrew Pearson (Longwood) in 29.14, OAC’s Hugh Pearson finished 121st (41.13), Phil Robinson 140th (44.06), Tom Hannah 144th (44.52) and John Dade 148th (45.26). In the ladies race won by Lizzie Adams (Knavesmire) in 18.40, OAC’s Carol Armitstead finished 74th (26.00). Results from Complete Runner with more details from West Yorkshire Athletics Cross Country League.

Saturday 14th November – East Keswick Handicap

Saturday 14th November – East Keswick Handicap

Just five short of 150 handicap appearances, Phil recorded his seventh win finishing 11 seconds clear of Colin in second place and Neil, who in finishing third, moved up to a clear second in the overall 2009 Handicap Table –  however Billy now looks an odds on favourite for the Eric Smith Handicap Trophy for 2009 as he now has a 22 point lead over Neil. More details on the 4.44 mile course and historic results from the Club Handicap…

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Saturday 14th November – Park Run Leeds 5km

Saturday 14th November – Park Run Leeds 5km

From parkrun.org, this week’s race was won by Matthew John (Abbey) in 16.48 and for OAC, Tony Bourne finished second (17.01), Huw Illingworth seventeenth (19.11), Racheal Bamford 20th (19.26 – a p.b.), Mick Jeffrey 24th (19.54) and Adam Baird 38th (21.04).