Press Report w/e 13/01/2019

Most Quakers headed down to York at the weekend for the first big race of the season.

Anthony Corbett coming into the finish at Wynyard

At a fairly windy Brass Monkey half marathon, which started and finished by the racecourse, Paul Dalton completed the flat 13.1 mile route in 1:22:08 followed by Dave Jones (1:24:29), Dawn Richardson (1:30:14 and breaking the eleven year old club record for her age category), Fred Tennant (1:40:51), Adrian Colbourne (1:41:29), Diane Vaughan (1:42:24), Tom Chapman (1:44:08), Steve Snook (1:44:20), Stephen Ash (1:46:33), Andrew Dixon (1:48:45), David Whittle (1:49:23), Claire Chapman (1:55:20), Richard Hughes (1:58:22), Rob Gillham (1:58:58), Jamie Pratt (2:00:57), Jo Meynell (2:03:22), Melanie Newton (2:04:42), Lloyd Ashby (2:05:48), Darren Alderson (2:05:49), Barbra Barker (2:08:29), Robert Kirby (2:09:17), Pamela Barrass (2:09:28), Michelle Scruby (2:12:46), Lisa Jenkins (2:15:40, PB), Lisa Alderson (2:18:05, PB), Emma Joyeux (2:20:32), Paul Ryan (2:21:14), Michelle Dale (2:21:34) and Lena Rusa (2:22:28).

The fourth race in the Tees Trail Winter 5K series took place at the Wynyard Woodland Park. Rob Dent completed the undulating one-lap route in 21:16 along with Anthony Corbett (27:15), Julie Whinn (28:44), Matt Jackson (29:54) and Wendy Thompson (41:11).

Rebecca Howard was the sole Quaker down at the Temple Newsam 10 mile race near Leeds, completing the route held mostly on country paths in 1:20:46.

Charlie Bogg and Dave Thompson were over on the coast for the Scarborough Rock, a 25 mile circular route which took in 2800 feet of climb; the pair both finishing together in 5 hours 18 minutes.

In the Saturday morning parkruns, Michael Joyeux finished at South Park in 17:19 followed by Michael Kipling (19:30), David Matthew (19:56), Corey Horn (20:17), Adrian Cottam (21:24), Peter Commane (21:42), Rebecca Howard (22:26), Ed Griffiths (22:51), Phil Clarke (23:05), Fred Tennant (23:11), Steve Howell (23:20), David Todd (23:34), Neil Gooding (23:51), Patrick Robson (24:08), Andrew Vernon (24:20), Stuart Masterman (24:50), Richard Hughes (25:08), Julie Russell (25:10), Rob Gillham (25:13), Malcolm Hewitson (25:25), Dan Rowlands (25:42), Adrian Colbourne (25:58), Anne-Michelle Whitley (26:03), Paul Reid (26:19), Elizabeth Kennedy (27:00), Mark Trowles (27:08), Janette Croft (27:12), Ian Hamond (28:15), Brian Dixon (28:29), Nikki Thompson (28:33), Julie Bell (28:40), Gillian Cowton (28:55), Michael King (29:18), Gavin Armstrong (30:12), Ginny Gannaway (30:26), Phill Johnston (31:09), Olly Marshall-Moore (31:19), Sally Singleton (31:31), Abigail Willson (31:47), Tracey Plaskitt (31:48), Jo Meynell (34:05), Dawn Johnston (34:24), Lee Morris (34:30), Rachel Grayson (34:31), Rachel Maddison (35:40), Gary Read (35:40), Sarah Bayles (35:53), Paul Ryan (35:53), Wendy Thompson (38:10) and Linda Gossage (41:41).

At Sedgefield, Katherine Hackett finished in 22:01 along with Ian Bond (22:02), Phil Rutter (23:25), Ian Hart (24:11), Paul Dalton (24:23), Mike Watson (24:24), Wendy Colling (24:56), April Corbett (25:39), Anthony Corbett (26:19), Julie Whinn (27:32), Gill Colling (27:49), Nicola Howe (27:54), Chris Land (28:33), Helen Clarke (29:01), Hannah Alderson (29:04), Mark Blewitt (30:39) and Diane Lockhart (32:32), while at Albert Park, Stephen Moore finished in 24:25 followed by Hayley Wooding (29:47), Caroline Whan (33:42), Jacqueline Garbutt (35:53) and Leigh Hindle (36:50). Luke Minall did the Newcastle run in 22:13, Ty Hankinson ran at Catterick in 23:20, Michael Johnston finished at Durham in 27:39, Helen Spaven did the Tees Barrage run in 29:49 and at Hackworth, Michelle Boshier finished in 28:08, with Lewis Boshier (28:08) and Sally Watson (38:59). Further afield, Peter Rowley and Gill Wallis did the Penrith run in 25:26 and 34:49 respectively, Rebecca Dodd did the Heslington run in 31:34, Stuart Hardcastle ran at Wepre in 24:54, while Lucia Minto did the Crystal Palace run in 24:51.

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