PECO Race 2 – Golden Acre Park

We had 18 ladies and 19 men at the second PECO cross country race at Golden Acre Park on Sunday. The conditions were cold ut firm under foot making it ideal for running. Well done to all those who turned out in the cold to run for the club and especially to Niamh Jackson (6th overall and 3rd in age cat) and Paul Glover (3rd in age cat). The next race is on Sunday 07 Jan at Roundhay Park.

 

PECO Cross Country League 2017-18: Race 2 (Golden Acre Park)
Senior Ladies Results
Position Race No. Surname First Name Age Category Time Cat Pos
6 1410 Jackson Niamh F35 31:41 3
52 1380 Camm Jill F35 36:10 10
63 1459 Webster Isobel FSEN 36:39 32
75 1433 O’brien Louise F40 37:32 11
82 2191 Yamaguchi Hikari FSEN 37:58 38
112 1395 Gallon Eleanor F35 40:07 22
113 1427 Muir Marion F40 40:08 18
123 1416 King Sheila F50 40:45 10
129 1411 James Catherine FSEN 41:11 49
171 1430 Newman Hannah FSEN 43:33 62
172 2132 Dawson Karen F40 43:36 28
183 2182 Bevainyte Asta FSEN 43:53 66
184 1442 Roe Jemma FSEN 43:57 67
203 1426 Moran Carol F55 44:57 8
215 1451 Taylor Joanne FSEN 45:58 78
232 1423 Mclarnon Shevonne F40 47:05 34
245 1444 Sandhu Baldish F50 48:23 27
267 1455 Thomas Diane F50 52:07 32

 

PECO Cross Country League 2017-18: Race 2 (Golden Acre Park)
Senior Men’s Results
Position Race No. Surname First Name Age Category Time Cat Pos
70 1403 Hardy Lee MSEN 30:19 48
93 2137 Dumont Paul M45 31:12 11
102 1454 Temple Rowan MSEN 31:30 61
124 1400 Grist Paul M50 32:07 10
141 1425 Moger Adam M40 32:30 26
142 1402 Hands Simon MSEN 32:34 78
194 1398 Glover Chris M55 34:27 8
198 2181 Geisleris Giedrius MSEN 34:37 97
217 1385 Child Nick M45 35:12 36
219 1401 Haggerty Randolph M50 35:14 23
254 1456 Thomas Richard M55 36:39 19
258 1412 Kasparek Matt MSEN 36:52 112
302 1432 O’brien Kieran M40 39:04 53
313 1447 Smith Simon M45 39:39 53
318 1399 Glover Paul M70 40:01 3
338 1445 Scanlon Sean M40 40:56 57
383 1404 Hey Peter M65 48:30 11
387 1435 O’halloran Sean MSEN 49:33 140
393 1429 Nesden Patrick M65 54:26 13

5k Winter Time Trial race 3 – December – Results

Sorry for the delay in posting this:

DEC TIME TRIAL
On a good night considering the recent bad weather – dry and not too cold, we had 18 runners which included 3 new names of which 2 were new faces too. Joanne Taylor, a very recent new member, Sarah Ward a friend of Cat, and Asta Bevaintye who has been with the club for quite some time now, but making her debut at the time trial. As this was the 2nd Wednesday run of winter we did it reverse way round to the last Wednesday run, i.e. running along Morris Lane and up Spen Lane for the nice long steady downhill of Queenswood Drive.
First over the line, possibly due to a pessimistic guess at her 5k time, was Joanne Taylor in a run time of 27.51 who thought she had taken a short cut somewhere. No need to worry though as she will probably find herself starting further back amongst the pack on her next run. At least she was able to assist with the timings after she had finished since there was no one else to assist on the night. Second over the line getting faster but not back to his pb yet, was Sean Scanlon with a run time of 25.21. Third was Nick Child with a pb for the course with a run time of 22.32. Unfortunately bringing up the rear, after finishing first on his last appearance was Paul Chapman with a run time of 24.56, just behind another usual hot favourite Dave Wood. Also getting a pb for this course was “Geids” shaving 2 seconds off and recording a time of 21.30
Fastest man on the night was again Lee Hardy, with a pb run time of 19.33, and finishing 4th after starting at the back with Adam Moger. Fastest female on the night was Cat James with a course pb of 24.40 just beating Sarah Ward who had a time of 25.20. A much closer grouping tonight with only 3 minutes 50 seconds separating all 18 runners, or 2.20 if you take out Jo’s guesstimate. A big thank you to Adam for ensuring all the earlier runners set off in the right order and time, before warming himself up for his start.

Peter

December TT Results

Club Championship Race 19 – Peco XC at Nostell Priory

Penultimate race of the season saw the Harriers descend on Nostell Priory for the first Peco Cross Country race of the season. 

The top 3 against there handicap were:

Position Name H’cap Time Diff Time Points
1 Simon Hands 00:43:08 13.84% 00:37:10 50
2 Hannah Lee 00:51:58 11.37% 00:46:04 49
3 Emma Brigginshaw 00:48:37 9.81% 00:43:51 48

The full race results against handicap can be found here.

 

This means, there is no change to the leadership of the Club Championship so it all goes down to the final set of races! I hope everyone involved has entered a race over the Christmas period!

The full table going into the final round is here.

 

 

PECO XC Race 1 – Nostell Priory

A massive field of 911 runners took part in the first cross country race of the 2017/18 PECO season today at Nostell. We had 43 members running.

Here are our results. Congratulations to Niamh Jackson who came first in her age category and well done to all our members who took part.

 

PECO Cross Country League 2017-18: Race 1 (Nostell Priory)
Senior Ladies Results
Position Surname First Name Age Category Time Cat Pos  
7 Jackson Niamh F35 35:32 1  
57 Drew Helen F35 40:39 7  
76 Kempadoo Millar Rhian F40 42:02 12  
118 Webster Isobel FSEN 43:27 52  
121 O’Brien Louise F40 43:34 19  
127 Brigginshaw Emma F35 43:51 25  
138 Muir Marion F40 44:36 22  
144 Glover Alyson F50 44:52 10  
169 Lee Hannah FSEN 46:04 67  
176 Kearns Rachael FSEN 46:21 70  
180 James Catherine FSEN 46:27 71  
206 Newman Hannah FSEN 47:39 82  
224 Moran Carol F55 48:24 14  
232 Dawson Karen F40 48:45 33  
282 Daniel-Thomas Bethan FSEN 51:29 101  
283 Daniel-Thomas Vicki FSEN 51:29 102  
284 Sandhu Baldish F50 51:32 29  
364 Taylor Samantha FSEN 1:00:06 116  
365 Hudson Jill F40 1:00:06 59  
367 Akers Anne F55 1:00:47 28  

 

PECO Cross Country League 2017-18: Race 1 (Nostell Priory)
Senior Men’s Results
Position Surname First Name Age Category Time Cat Pos
84 Hipkiss Jack MSEN 33:34 57
102 Hardy Lee MSEN 34:04 68
142 Coldwell Ben MSEN 35:12 89
164 Grist Paul M50 35:34 7
215 Hands Simon MSEN 37:10 119
225 Moger Adam M40 37:22 41
263 Boardman Simon MSEN 38:06 140
268 Miller Paul MSEN 38:17 142
275 Glover Chris M55 38:25 14
296 Hudson Chris M40 39:08 53
325 Thomas Richard M55 40:33 18
335 Kasparek Matt MSEN 40:56 158
339 Mawer Jim MSEN 41:08 159
342 Child Nick M45 41:16 58
364 Rhodes Adam M40 41:58 63
407 Smith Simon M45 43:40 70
416 Akers Noel M60 44:23 20
425 O’brien Kieran M40 44:58 69
431 Glover Paul M70 45:21 5
490 Taylor Malcolm MSEN 49:53 193
506 O’halloran Sean MSEN 54:14 198
514 Hey Peter M65 55:30 14
521 Nesden Patrick M65 59:30 15

5k Winter Time Trial No.2 (November) – Results

Last nights time trial “attracted” 22 runners – 6 more than last month, and conditions were milder but a bit damp on the ground. We had 2 new faces – Giedrius Geisleris (hope the spelling is correct) making his first debut at the time trial and Dawn Henderson returning after a long break from running.. Also not appearing on the results for the last two years is Tony Shaw who seems to be coming back well from his injury. Another runner on her return from a long lay off due to a bad ankle injury is Hannah Newman. Last one from the sick bed (literally) is Catherine Barrett who bravely managed to get around the course but unfortunately was the last one home. Hopefully this is a one off for her. Another returnee after a break of over 12 months was Shevonne McLarnon. All not ideal for setting accurate handicaps but they seemed to work out reasonably okay. First over the line in a run time of 26.18 was Liz Walker with a pb for the course, closely followed 5 seconds later by Jacquie Elmer who had a run time of 25.53 another pb for the course. Coming home in third place 26 seconds later was Dave Wood yet another course pb, with a run time 26.34. Fastest man was Adam Moger with a run time of 20.36, just beating Simon Hands (pb) by 10 seconds. Fastest lady was Simone Solgado with a run time of 25.17, just 36 seconds in front of Jacquie. The route was the reverse option and only 2 runners out of the 7 who ran last month were quicker so no real evidence which is the quickest way around. There has been some requests for runners in the time trial to pick their preferred route option on the night which could be interesting. This may be tried in the next coming months !!! Thanks for all those for showing up and especially Jemma Roe for doing another excellent job in getting the runners away on time and collecting runners times. Click the link below for full results.

Peter

Time Trial Results