Jan 1997

Home Up

VOL 16. No3. JAN 1997. PRESIDENT 1996/7: Mike Martineau
HON. SECR:- B G Stone, 16 Culloden Mews, Richmond, N Yorks
DL10 4XL (01748 850456)
EDITOR:- W Clapham, 26 Dunoon Rd, London SE23 3TF (0181 699 5949)
News, Views & Results of Blackheath Harriers, 56 Bourne Way, Hayes, Bromley, Kent (Tel 0181 462 3115). Unless otherwise attributed, views are those of the Editor.
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SNOWTIME AIN'T NO TIME TO STAY OUTDOORS
The Cross-Country season has continued over rather dry courses before the arrival of deep snow in Kent for Christmas / New Year.

Mark Watling paid one of his flying visits to retain the Davis Cup and assist a fairly easy win in the first Mobmatch against Orion.

In the Kent Championships, Roy Smith in 17th was our first Senior home in a fairly low-key team. Our boys teams won at U17, U15 and U13 and Matthew Hill was individual winner at U15.

Pete Barlow, running well and now a Vet, won the Browning Tankard in the Club Championship.

Pat Squires took the new Handicapper to the cleaners in the Christmas Yacht Handicap (is he any better than the last one I ask myself?). After three events in the Bennett, Simon Lloyd has a clear lead, but time will tell.

MATTERS ARISING - December Committee Business
1 The improvements to the Ladies shower/toilet facilities had been completed on schedule. They were officially opened by Mary Peters when she visited the Clubhouse on 30th Nov as our guest to start the Orion Mob Match and attend the supper in the evening. The cost of the work had exceeded the budget largely due to structural problems from the original building, discovered once refurbishment work had started. Covering the overspend hangs on whether a grant from the London Marathon Charities Fund is received. Anyone who has not contributed to the associated Loofah Appeal is encouraged to do so.

2 Further progress with the George Brooks Memorial has confirmed that a bench will be installed at Norman Park in the near future.

3 Brenda Brent had written requesting volunteers to assist with serving teas at Norman Park for our home fixtures during the 1997 track and field season. Any volunteers should contact a member of the Committee.

4 An adjusted budget for 1997 was presented to the Committee, showing a small surplus of about 550.

The Chairman of the Finance Group, P/P Derek Gregory, announced his intention to resign at the next AGM. A debt of thanks for his four years in office was recorded. It was stressed that although everyone did not always agree with his caution, the prudent principles that he adopted through some difficult financial times should not be forgotten, and should act as a guide in the future.

Again, if anyone would like to volunteer for this post, please make yourself known. Derek and the Treasurer, Peter Long, will happily explain the job description to you.

5 Plans revealed at a recent Bromley Leisure Services forum, covering the future of the Crystal Palace Sports Centre when the lease expires in about two years time, did not include a track and field facility. Concern was expressed that the loss of it in this area would be a calamity for grass root young athletes.

John Baldwin, Chairman

(Editor's note: The Bromley Times of 19th Dec reports that the result of a study into the future of the National Sports Centre is expected next Spring.)

ACTIVE ATHLETES 1996
This Index, based on Courier results, is published again this year. It shows that some 470 of us can lay some claim to be counted in this category. It is displayed on the noticeboard and copies are available on application to the Courier Editor.

200 CLUB
Organiser: Colin Brand ( 0181 777 0127 )
Recent Winners: Nov: R Griffin & M Wilson
Dec: 385 M Baldwin

QUIZ NIGHT
Coming Soon, watch for announcement. Tickets from Pat Calnan.

HEATHEN HAUNTS (21) Maryon and Maryon-Wilson Parks by John Baldwin
(Illustrated by Dave Johnson)

The idea of runs in the Woolwich/Charlton area in this day and age may seem far-fetched for a club with harrier foundations. However this run does have close historical connections with the Club in its early Blackheath days, and can still be used for the benefit of harrier and track athlete. It was indeed much used by the writer during the '60s and '70s (19 hundred that is) for many lunchtime jaunts from my place of work.

The historical connections go back to 1893 when Sir Spencer Maryon-Wilson presented a trophy to the Club for the encouragement of swimming, which today's aquatic harriers still compete for.

Researching further back in history, the local landowners changed from Wilson to Maryon to Maryon-Wilson, and indeed Sir Spencer was fully Spencer Maryon Maryon-Wilson. No doubt to play safe even the park is split into Maryon and Maryon-Wilson Parks.

At the risk of turning the article into a history lesson, the area was known as Hanging Wood, notorious for highway robbers in the 18th century. So maybe things have not changed that much! I wonder what excuses were then, without having unemployment and drugs to blame. And so to the run.

Entering Maryon Park from the Woolwich Rd close by the Thames Barrier, you soon come to Green Chain Walk sign, indicating Charlton straight ahead and an alternative route avoiding steps. In fact the runners' route is off to the right along a curved uphill path meeting the top of the steps, counted at 115, after about 200 metres and some 25 metres higher. A good start for a hill circuit!

A short pebble path leads on to Thorntree Rd, though the thorn trees are not too evident these days. Crossing the road brings you into Maryon-Wilson Park, at which point a right turn drops sharply downhill on the start of a real roller-coaster anti-clockwise circuit of the park. Nowadays, nestling in the central dell of the park, there is an enclosure housing deer and an assortment of farmyard animals, all seemingly oblivious of the panting runner.

After half the circuit, and to follow the Green Chain, a gate takes you out onto Charlton Rd and into Charlton Park. Here too there is an open football pitch area, ideal for fartlek and repetition sessions. Conveniently for those not surviving the fartlek session, the cemetery and Cemetery Lane run along the eastern end of the field, taking the Green Chain out onto Ha-Ha Road. Unfortunately now surrounded by busy roads, we are out onto the rough grassland of Woolwich Common and hence ever upward into Castle Wood and Jack Wood, subject of previous Heathen Haunts. (Geoff Crowder in Heathen Haunts 2, Courier 13.2 Nov 1993)

Finally, to end as I began, on an historical theme, is there a reader, apart from John (E) Turner, who can tell me why, and the derivation of, the name Ha-Ha Road? I do know the answer by the way. No prizes but answers to the Editor please.


Maryon Wilson Club Swim 1997: Terry Brightwell is trying to arrange the fixture but it will not be at Beckenham Baths due to rebuilding.)

(Steve's measurements of the Club 10 may be found in Gazette 626 pg 27)
SEVENTY YEARS ON


New Headquarters - Dec 1926/ Jan 1927 (Gazettes 322 & 323)
The first run from our new headquarters at Hayes took the form of an ordinary training run, the only difference being that the conditions under which that run took place were certainly extraordinary.

The premises were "nearing completion", a term which needs no explanation to all those who know the wiles of the building profession, but owing to the strenuous efforts on the part of some of our older members, we enjoyed both comfort and cleanliness which would be the envy of many athletic clubs...

Upstairs was Tommy Grant, buttering the bread. We congratulate last year's president on his efforts, and also on the thickness of the slices.

And it was he who spotted,so the story says, 

An ancient building, battered and decayed,
Conveniently situated down at Hayes,

From which (with care) a Club House could be made.

...The 'Heathen athletes arrived at Hayes in divers manners, and whilst they were exchanging their pretty plus-fours and snappy sports suitings for holey hose and perennial pull-overs, the voice boomed out: "All upstairs!". The president, H F Pash, said that although the HQ had been used previously, he thought it was appropriate on the first day of the New Year that he should make a few remarks about the enterprise and he particularly wished to express the thanks of the Club to the members who had carried the work through to a successful conclusion. There was in some Art Gallery a picture of Christopher Columbus discovering America and perhaps some day the Club would have a picture of "T K Grant Discovering our Headquarters". ...The runners then formed into their respective packs to enjoy a gentle run of 71/2  miles over the usual Nicholls Hill course.

RESULTS

(01) 1st Sep. SCVAC T&F Lge Final Colindale cf (16220)
Add 2KWalk A 1 P Hannell 9:27.7- B 2 R Brown 11:41.0- C 1 S Lightman 9:46.1
(02) 1/15 Sept. 10Km Rd T Brightwell: Istead Rise 38.32- Cobham Hall 38.14
(03) 13th Oct. "-Marathon Greenwich/Bexley (77.08) 21 G Crowder 97.37
(04) 19th Oct. Surrey XC Lge Div 4 Tilford
(5M/31.01) 33/109 J E Turner (DulPk) 36.36- 79 W Clapham (VAC) 41.10
(05) 20th Oct. 10Km Rd Forbanks cf (16263)
Add 21 N Marcar 39.57- 24 N Barber 42.18- 71 W Wheeler 53.15-
(06) 26/27 Oct. Vets Multievents Missouri Dec M70 3 L Childs 2930
(07) 27th Oct. "-Marathon Barns Green J Bennett 150.20-
(08) 27th Oct. Snowdonia Marathon (2:40.53) A Jones 3:44- C Poole 4:11
(09) 27th Oct. 10M Rd Tonbridge (51.38) 10 S Smythe 58.09- 29(1M50) B O'Gorman
64.16- 32 R Barker 64.50- 79 P Terrett 71.56- 106 A Musson 77.03- 118 N Cook 80.02
(10) 27th Oct. 10Km Rd Wilmington 9 J Morland 35.40- 10 C Griffin 35.53-
(11) 2nd Nov. Multiterrain Marathon Seven Sisters
(2:53) G Lloyd 3:28- W Slack 3:47- T Wood 3:49- G Griffin 4:06- P Lovell 4:15- S McEvoy 4:26- R Bennett 4:26- R Walsh 4:29- M Peel 4:35- D Appleton 4:36- G Longley 4:38- B Todd 4:46.32- J Brown 4:48- D King 4:53- S Lacey 4:53- R Griffin 4:53- B O'Flynn 5:05- C Poole 5:19- S Cook 5:30- J Bennett 6:48-
(12) 2nd Nov. VAC 4.8M XC Wimbledon 1 H Morten 26.26
(13) 2nd Nov. Club v ThHH 7.4M XC Kingston Vale 1 R Smith 40.27- 6 P Barlow 43.57
12 Gl Morgan 44.55- 13 M Cronin 45.01- 21 B O'Gorman 49.05- 27 N Barber 53.02- 31 J Baldwin 53.42- 39 J Ashton 62.07- Teams(Scoring 8) ThHH 53- BH 122
(14) 3rd Nov. Marathon New York City (2:09.54) N Webb 4:01
(15) 3rd Nov. Parkwood YA XC Lge Canterbury
U17 2 D Farnham 15.52- 3 M Skinner 15.54- 5 S Holmes 16.07- 6 J Baker 16.09- 8 D Ayrton 16.24- 11 M Lucht 16.47- 13 D Baker 17.01- 17 P Tucker 17.12- 18 S Turner 17.19- Tm 1; U15 2 A Madar 8.53- 4 M Hill 9.00- 7 I Hamblin 9.19- 17 E Hampton 10.05- 18 S Dunderdale 10.06- 20 J Howell 10.12- Tm 1; U13 3 C Daniel 10.03- 5 D Snow 10.15- 8 J Godsell 10.23- 11 T Robinson 10.29- 12 J Brett 10.43- 17 D Griffin 11.16- Tm 1; GU17 3 N Viney 10.45- 7 S Pailthorpe 11.30- 10 Y Smith 11.59- 15 G Godward 12.39- 18 K Hyde 12.56- 20 V Cambridge 13.19- Tm 1; GU15 3 K Lucht 10.23- 4 Z Morrell 10.31- 13 A Brown 11.45- 14 S Singer 12.09- Tm 1; GU13 8 E Clarke 10.16- 11 H Slaytor 10.36- 19 J Patmore 11.22- 23 K Boutle 11.52- Tm 2; GU11 M Bentley-
(16) 9th Nov. Vets Mobmatch 7"M Chingford
1 B Wootton (Or) 47.10- 2 C Griffin 48.58 (M40 h'c postn 7)- 3 M Cronin 49.06 (503 M50+ h'c postn 3)- 4 J Phelan 49.56 (1)- 11 G Coates 52.47 (9)- 12 J R Turner 52.50 (17)- 17 D White 53.20 (507)- 19 A Davis 53.34 (504)- 25 R Brown 54.33 (12)- 33 J Copley 55.51 (5019)- 34 N Barber (BHG) 56.05- 38 S Capey 57.04 (21)- 42 M Peel 57.49 (5015)- 56 W Clapham 61.06 (501)- 58 C Rowe 61.44 (5029)- 59 A Pontifex 61.45 (5025)- 60 A Musson 62.09 (28)- 64 J Isaacs 63.17 (5024)- 65 M Gordon 63.17 (5031)- 67 J Ashton 63.37 (30)- 73 M Martineau 67.23 (5034)- 78 W Wheeler 83.04 (36)- H'cs M40 J Phelan- M50+ W Clapham-
Teams(Scoring 8) 1 Orion 66- 2 BH 90- 3 SLH 263- Ranelagh 2 only ran
(17) 9th Nov. Sri Chinmoy 10Km Battersea Pk
T Brightwell 36.59- J E Turner 37.56- B Wilson 39.17-
(18) 9th Nov. Vets International XC Irvine M50 (35.03) 15 J Robinson(NI) 37.58
(19) 10th Nov. Intl XC Margate (incl Kent YAs & Women's Lges)
SenM (8K/23.27) 6 D Taylor 23.41- 24 M Steinle 24.26- 59 P Calnan 27.10- 2M40 P Barlow 27.41- JM (18.27) 39 C Moss 19.50- U17 (12.34) 1 S Holmes 12.51- 2 M Skinner 12.55- 3 D Farnham 12.57- 4 J Baker 13.05- 9 D Ayrton 13.22- 11 D Baker 13.33- 12 L M Cooper 13.35- 13 M Lucht 13.41- 20 P Tucker 13.59- 22 S Turner 14.02- Tm 1; U15 (9.50) 2 M Hill 9.52- 5 A Madar 10.05- 10 A Rayner 10.42- 19 S Dunderdale 11.14- Tm 1; U13 (10.46) 3 C Daniel 11.11- 4 D Snow 11.16- 7 J Godsell 11.31- 14 D Griffin 12.12- 18 A Edwards 12.28- 25 J Brett 12.59- Tm 1; U11 5 M Daniel 3.41- 17 R Daniel 3.56- SenW (5K/16.19) 33 H Walker 18.38- JW (14.09) 70 Y Smith(U17) 18.33- GU15 1 G Viney 3K/11.08- 6 Z Morrell 11.29- 8 K Lucht 11.41- 27 H Barker 12.48- 36 S Singer 13.14- 37 F Barker 13.23- Tm 2; GU13 28 J Patmore 11.07- 47 K Boutle 12.10
GU11 3 M Bentley 4.02-
(20) 10th Nov. 10Km Rd Oxshott 3 Gl Morgan 34.49-
(21) 13th Nov. CS Nat XC Chs Richmond Pk 10Km. W Orton 44.25
(22) 16th Nov. Kent XC Lge Tunbridge Wells (22.55) 10 R Smith 24.41- 43 K Daniel 26.20
71 M Ellison 27.21- 84 S Cooper 27.47- 110 J R Turner 28.54- 146 S Haley 30.47- 152 N Barber 31.14- 182 A Musson (KtAC) 34.00- 205 W Wheeler 41.19; Teams(Scoring 4) 12 BHA- 28 BHB
(23) 16th Nov. Surrey XC Lge Div 2 Milford (23.56) 7 M Colpus (S&D) 24.30- Div 3 Reigate. (27.22)
18 S Smythe (DulR) 30.13- Div 4 Epsom Downs (29.48) J E Turner (DulPk)- 91 W Clapham (VAC) 40.18
(24) 17th Nov. 10Km Rd Brighton (29.46) 87 G Meek 34.54- 138 D Henry 36.40
441 M Martineau 43.53; Yth 2K. 3 D Moulton 6.10
(25) 17th Nov. 10M Rd Epsom (52.43) 72 A Jones 67.40- 152 G Crowder 72.53
(26) 17th Nov. 10Km Rd Heanor, Derby (31.40) 23/332 L Atterbury 35.20 (4V)
(27) 17th Nov. "-Marathon Jersey 99M J Copley 92.35
(28) 23rd Nov. Intl XC Gateshead (20.14) 5 S Newport 20.21
(29) 23rd Nov. London Boroughs YA XC Parliament Hill U17 3 M Skinner- 4 S Holmes
5 J Baker- U15 2 A Madar- 3 M Hill- 10 I Hamblin- 11 D Moore- 18 A Rayner- U13 8 C Daniel- 10 D Snow- GU17 6 C Lewis- 22 S Pailthorpe- GU15 3 Z Morrell- 4 K Lucht
(30) 24th Nov. Intl XC Roeselare Sen 7+Km 27 M Steinle 23.01- 67 P Calnan 26.02
Jun 6K 10 C Moss 17.21- Vets 5.7K 15 K Daniel- 20 P Barlow
(31) 24th Nov. Kent Women's XC Lge Capstone Pk Sen 2 H Walker 19.14- 10 K West 20.44
(32) 24th Nov. Kent YA's XC Lge Canterbury
U17 2 D Farnham 13.06- 3 D Ayrton 13.20- 10 P Tucker 13.54- 12 M Lucht 13.58- 18 S Turner 14.19
U15 12 S Dunderdale 12.35- 17 L Murphy 12.52- 34 D Bassey 15.21- U13 3 C Daniel 10.37- 4 D Snow 10.44- 12 D Griffin 11.35- 16 A Edwards 11.44- 20 J Wheatley 12.12- Tms BH 1/7/1
(33) 27th Nov. Bromley Inter-Schools Sparrows Den U17 1 M Skinner- U15 1 S Holmes
2 A Madar- U13 1 C Daniel- 2 D Snow- 3 T Robinson- 4 M Hardy
(34) 27th Nov. Banks XC Ch Richmond Pk 2 R Smith 30.05
(35) 30th Nov. VAC XC 4.8M Wimbledon Cmn (26.00) 29/43 W Clapham 34.02
(36) 30th Nov. Schools Inter-County XC Warwick Kent unless Surrey
Sen 2 C Moss- 9 D Farnham- 15 M Skinner- Int 5 D Ayrton- 7 J Baker- 14 A Madar- 21 M Lucht (Sy)- Tms Sen/Int 1 Kent- Jun 1 M Hill- 11 S Simmons- IntG 12 K Lucht (Sy)
(37) 30th Nov. Mobmatch v Orion Hayes incl Club 7"M XC Champ
1 M Watling (Davis Cup) 46.30 (h'c posn 7)- 2 P Barlow 47.19 (8)- 4 H Morten 47.55 (11)- 5 J Beck 47.55 (19)- 6 J Morland 48.29 (9)- 8 P Calnan 49.26 (37)- 9 S Smythe 49.50 (39)- 11 G Morgan 49.59 (29)- 12 A Howey 50.16 (42)- 13 S Cooper 50.23 (12)- 14 A Draper 50.31 (15)- 15 M Ellison 50.51 (4)- 16 M Cronin 51.05 (22)- 17 W Slack 52.27 (13)- 19 D Flagg 53.01 (20)- 20 G Meek 53.09 (2)- 23 J R Turner 53.40 (35)- 25 N Wise 53.52 (33)- 27 S Pairman 53.59 (14)- 28 C Pike 54.01 (16)- 34 D White 54.44 (25)- 35 G Coates 54.46 (38)- 38 T Brightwell 55.18 (31)- 39 S Lloyd 55.36 (1)- 40 A Davis 55.46 (6)- 41 R Barker 55.51 (50)- 43 A Kilgour 56.12 (53)- 44 C Fincham 56.18 (60)- 45 C Lord 56.20 (61)- 46 A Bounds 56.30 (41)- 47 S Freemantle 56.43 (27)- 49 B McShane 57.02 (17)- 50 R Brown 57.05 (32)- 52 N Barber 57.35 (24)- 53 B Mellish 57.44 (54)- 54 J Phelan 57.50 (62)- 56 R Walsh 57.58 (28)- 58 D Marks 58.30 (64)- 59 T Wood 58.39 (70)- 63 S Ridgewell 59.20 (56)- 65 B Wilson 59.36 (44)- 71 K West 60.27 (5)- 72 J Copley 60.41 (48)- 73 P Lonergan 60.59 (55)- 74 S McEvoy 61.11 (40)- 76 P Taylor 61.37 (34)- 78 P Lovell 62.01 (36)- 80 Co Rowe 62.22 (10)- 83 D Crowdson 62.36 (57)- 84 P Terrett 62.40 (73)- 88 R Griffin 63.16 (59)- 89 W Orton 63.20 (49)- 90 N Webb 63.49 (21)- 91 Rn Chambers 63.51 (45)- 95 I Cayzer 64.03 (43)- 98 A Edwards 64.19 (58)- 99 J Tateson 65.09 (46)- 101 R Bennett 65.32 (18)- 103 B Smith 66.07 (68)- 105 C StAubyn 66.32 (30)- 107 B O'Flynn 69.28 (23)- 108 C Haines 69.43 (63)- 111 J O'Brien 71.20 (75)- 113 B Todd 72.54 (47)- 114 D Brookes 73.21 (51)- 115 D Dhammaloka 74.26 (72)- 116 A Jelly 74.51 (66)- 117 V Crowe 75.22 (52)- 118 D Wilcox 76.29 (26)- 119 W Wheeler 76.54 (71)- 120 A Cilia 78.03 (65)- 121 D Lawrie 78.53 (69)- 122 K Tyler 81.59 (67)- 123 D Tingey 85.40 (3)- 124 C Messent 85.41 (74)- Teams(Scoring 31) BH 691- Orion 1519
(38) 1st Dec. Victory 5M Rd & Inter-County Portsmouth (22.49) 3 D Taylor (Kt) 23.20
59 R Smith (Kt) 25.14- 152 S Smythe (DulR) 27.26
(39) 1st Dec. 10Km Rd Crowborough M60 R Saiz 44.27
(40) 7th Dec. Club Vets XC Champ & Open 10Km Hayes
1 R Smith 34.16- 2 (1 BHM40 Browning Tankard) P Barlow 35.00- 3 (2 BHM40) H Morten 35.54- 7 C Andrews 37.18- 9 (3 BHM40) C Griffin 37.32- 10 M Ellison 37.56- 12 (1 BHM50) M Cronin 38.07- 13 J Phelan 38.45- 14 N Wise 38.52- 15 W Slack 38.54- 16 G Meek 38.57- 19 (2 BHM50) D White 39.58- 20 J R Turner 40.16- 22 G Coates 40.19- 23 S Lloyd 40.32- 24 C Pike 40.49- 25 S Freemantle 40.58- 26 (3 BHM50) A Davis 41.13- 29 A Bounds 41.41- 30 B McShane 41.46- 31 C Fincham 42.09- 32 B Mellish 42.14- 33 B Wilson 43.12- 34 N Wheeler 43.25- 36 S Ridgewell 43.46- 37 J Robinson 43.49- 38 P Rissen 44.37- 39 R Griffin 45.18- 40 Co Rowe 45.42- 41 (1 BHM60) W Clapham 45.43- 43 Rn Chambers 46.40- 44 B Smith 46.58- 45 N Webb 47.05- 48 D Dhammaloka 47.19- 49 J O'Brien 47.34- 50 M Peel 47.44- 52 C Haines 48.35- 53 J Mullett 48.47- 54 M Gordon 49.01- 55 J Isaacs 49.07- 58 M B Allen 52.24- 60 B Todd 53.21- 61 D Wilcox 57.21- 63 (1 BHM70) D Tingey 64.57- 64 J Bennett 73.21; Self-handicap: Visitor L Morgan 17"; 1BH J Robinson 1"- 2BH G Meek 3"-
(41) 7th Dec. Ellis Cup Richmond Pk 23 S Smythe (DulR) 32.01
(42) 7th Dec. Indoor Crystal Pal PV A Hardy 4.10- S Tolson 3.50- M60 J Day 2.80- U17 LJ D Grant
6.26- SP A Cluskey 16.44- P Archer 13.13- U15 SP A Patel 11.53- Wm TJ K Denham 11.49
(43) 14th Dec. Kent XC Champs Gillingham
Sen (37.33) 17 R Smith (Fooks Cup) 40.16- 18 M Colpus 40.26- 23 A Draper 40.52- 33 P Barlow 42.16- 41 P Calnan 42.46- 48 S Smythe (DulR) 43.41- 88 M Cronin 46.31- 104 J R Turner 48.00- 106 A Howey (TWR) 48.04- 172 P Squires 55.30- 178 W Orton 56.53- Teams(Scoring 6) 5 BH; U17 (18.28) 2 S Holmes 18.37- 3 J Baker 18.38- 4 M Skinner 18.40- 5 D Farnham 18.40- 15 P Tucker 19.55- 24 S Turner 21.03- Tms 1 BH; U15 1 M Hill 16.47- 2 A Madar 16.56- 6 D Moore 17.35- 8 I Hamblin 17.43- 9 A Rayner 17.47- 18 S Dunderdale 18.41- 19 C Gay 18.42- Tms 1 BH; U13 (13.34) 3 C Daniel 13.47- 6 J Godsell 14.07- 8 T Robinson 14.29- 9 D Snow 14.29- 20 D Griffin 15.04- 26 A Edwards 15.33- Tms 1 BH; GU17 (19.01) 19 S Pailthorpe 23.06- GU15 (15.20) 4 Z Morrell 16.11- 17 A Brown 18.01- 20 H Barker 18.24- 21 S Singer 18.25- 26 F Barker 19.44- Tms 4 BH; GU13 (11.54) 9 H Slaytor 13.07- 13 E Clark 13.25- 32 J Patmore 14.38- 38 K Boutle 15.56- Tms 5 BH;
(44) 15th Dec. Caper 4.2M Rd Swanley
(22.57) 7 J Morland 24.01- 9 Gl Morgan 24.12- 24 T Brightwell 25.48- 73 W Clapham 30.18- 117 J Ashton 32.46- 285 M&M Martineau 45.23-
(45) 15th Dec. Christmas 7 Rd Maidstone M60 R Saiz 46.04
(46) 21st Dec. Club XC 5M Yacht Handicap Hayes
Fin 1 P Squires 37.58 rn tm- 2 A Pontifex 36.14- 3 D Marks 32.18- 4 D Churchus 39.12- 5 S Lloyd 32.48- 6 K Tyler 46.39- 7 D Wilcox 45.44- 8 I Hall 35.55- 9 R Griffin 36.02- 10 N Wise 31.33- 11 C Rowe 37.24- 12 D Tingey 51.39- 13 R Walsh 34.22- 14 G Coates 32.37- 15 C Griffin 30.44- 16 S Ridgewell 34.50- 17 M Ellison 30.54- 18 S Smythe 30.26(3)- 19 B Todd 43.28- 20 S Pairman 32.46- 21 W Slack 31.48- 22 A Bounds 34.48- 23 A Edwards 38.07- 24 J R Turner 32.08- 25 C Pike 33.00- 26 R Daniels 29.47 (2)- 27 D Brookes 44.02- 28 H Morten 29.35 (1)- 29 M Cronin 31.26- 30 Rn Chambers 38.48- 31 S Cooper 31.08- 32 M Gasson 47.54- 33 N Barber 36.39- 34 C Fincham 35.03- 35 P Taylor 39.44- 36 M Gordon 40.23- 37 R Strong 40.29- 38 M Martineau 44.22- 39 J Bennett 60.09
(47) 28th Dec. Surrey XC Lge Div 4 Wimbledon Cmn (VAC 4.8M course)
(25.30) 2 H Morten (VAC) 25.56- 5 K Daniel (VAC) 26.10- 81 W Clapham (VAC) 34.20
(48) Race Walking 27/10 Eastway 5K. 6 (2 VAC M50) P Hannell 26.47- 10/11 Monks Hill 7M. 2 P Hannell
59.53- 3 S Lightman 62.45- 24/11 Belgrave 7M Wimbledon. 15 P Hannell 59.44- 16 S Lightman 60.10
30/11 SWC 10K h'c Monks Hill. 1 P Hannell 51.58- 3 S Lightman 54.18- 7/12 Bexley 10K. 5 P Hannell 51.35- S Lightman 52.18- 15/12 Horsham 5K h'c. 5 P Hannell 25.27-
(49) Cryst Pal 5K h'c 5/11 C Griffin 16.36- 3/12 C Griffin 16.49- G Morgan 17.15- M Martineau 21.28-
(50) Bi & Tri. 29/9 SE Reg Bi. Best Runner Medal: T Brightwell 2380 pts- Oct Eastway (rn 3K; bk 15K;
rn 3K) (44.05) 2 N Kinsey 45.02- 15 C Aves 53.17- 16(4M40) J Phelan 53.22- 27 L Smith 59.22-
23 & 24/11 Brit Biath Chs Macclesfield. 3rd Over35 T Brightwell (Selected for Eng v Scot, Wales & NI
Jul 1997 Corby)

BENNETT CUP Leaders after 3 events
S Lloyd 170- C Rowe & D Wilcox 134- M Ellison 132- H Morten 124- W Slack 113- C Pike 109- D Tingey, S Pairman & A Davis 108- M Cronin 103- M Watling 102- A Draper & D Churchus 101
Remaining Bennett fixtures:- 11th Jan Kent League- 18th Jan Ranelagh Mobmatch- 1st Feb Club 10- 15th Feb SLH Mobmatch- 22nd March Closing 5-

ROWING (Frankeiss Cup, 1st December). Blackheath had no crew due to illness. It is understood that Ranelagh rowed over; this is to be confirmed.

On the Side of the Angels ? Recent Table Tennis result:- All Saints 9 Heathens 1

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