May 2002

Home Up

VOL 21. No 5. MAY 2002. PRESIDENT 2002/3: Pat Calnan
HON. SECR:- J Baldwin, 25 Forge Rise, Uckfield, E Sussex TN22 5BU (01825 768193)
EDITOR:- W Clapham, 26 Dunoon Rd, London SE23 3TF (020 8699 5949)
News, Views & Results of Blackheath Harriers, Bromley: 56 Bourne Way, Hayes, Kent (Tel 020 8462 3115). Unless otherwise attributed, views are those of the Editor.
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OUR PRESIDENT writes - Apart from being injured and ill for most of the last five weeks, I'm enjoying the post of President, probably partly due to the fact that during this period six new Club Records have been set. Mark Steinle did what he threatened to do. He broke through the 2:10 barrier at the London Marathon, his 2:09.17 being the 8th fastest ever by a Briton. It was good to see Mark, Gemma Viney and advisor Alan Storey down at the Clubhouse the following Wednesday to join in the Club's Marathon Supper. Everyone seemed to enjoy themselves and, after his tale of how not to run a marathon, I've had numerous requests for John Bugler to speak again.

Further afield, in the USA, the oldest record in the book fell. It has long been speculated as to who would break Ted Sampson's 400m record set at the Commonwealth Games in Cardiff in 1958. It fell to one of our newer members. I received a call two winters ago from Guy Spencer of Cambridge Harriers, who coaches long jumper Mark Awanah. He asked if we would be interested in a 45 secs 400m runner. After agonising for a nanosecond I said "Yes" and he gave me details of Tawanda Chiwira. Tawanda turned up at Sutcliffe Park and asked if he could join in their training group. It soon became clear he was quite good. He had just returned from the University of Idaho and was staying with his mother and family in Plumstead. He was part of the Zimbabwe team at the Sydney Olympics. He competed for the Club in the British League and Cup last year, winning the 400m in the final at Bedford. Returning to the States this winter he has been regularly updating us on his performances and promised that, come the outdoor season, the Club Record would go. True to his word he clocked 46.04 in his first race of the season at the Sun Angel Classic meeting at Arizona State University. For good measure he also timed 44.7 for his split in the relay.

Some more recent records have gone too. In the U15s Clare Cooper took over half a second off the 75H record with 11.4 at the Bracknell Open. Victoria Thomas revised her own SP record with 10.62 at the Hercules Wimbledon meeting at Crystal Palace. It took Shaunagh Brown less than a month to start revising the U13G's records. At the Kent Women's League at Tonbridge she was just 4cm adrift on the SP record but then added nearly a metre to the discus record with 21.18.

While Mark was performing with such distinction in the Marathon, Rebecca Taylor was running away from the field in the 11-12 years girls London Boroughs Mini-Marathon. She has obviously hit a rich vein of form, as at the Club's schools meeting at Norman Park she took nearly 4 secs off the U13G Club 800m record set by Gemma Viney in 1994, posting 2:24.3. Congratulations to all these athletes, not forgetting coaches Steve Cluney, Herbie Kuenstlinger and Andy Frankish.

On the basis of these results I would recommend you to get along to some track & field matches in the coming months to witness history being made. It's better than just reading about it. Not only will you see some great individual performances but I'm sure you will also be impressed by that special Blackheath team spirit. (Edt's note - There's more. Remember he doubles as our Pressperson and gets carried away.)

SOME COMING EVENTS
4th May Men's Sthn Lges Div 2 Newham, Div 4E Colchester
5th May Norman Pk Boys YAs Lge
    Bexley Kent Women's Lge
6th May 11am Langley Pk Ted Pepper Road 10Km
8th May Kingsmeadow VAC T&F
11-12 May Crystal Pal Kent Champs
14th May Battersea Pk VAC Run & Walk
17th May Dartford SCVAC Kent Vets Lge
18th May Sutton Pk Natl Vets Rd Relays Men's
    Sthn Lges Div 2 Guildford, Div 4E Walthamstow
    Reading Southern Women's Lge
19th May Croydon Boys YAs Lge
    Bedford Brit Lge Div 2
25-26 May Watford SEAA U20 Champs
26th May Tonbridge Kent B&C Lge
1-2 June Watford SEAA Sen Champs
2nd Jun Deangate Boys YAs Lge
    Norwich Girls YAs Lge

MONTHLY SERIES
Club 3.12M H'c Hayes 7.15 8/5 26/6
Crystal Pal 7/5, 11/6
Danson 10/5, 14/6 5K
Hyde Pk 31/5, 28/6 5K
Albert Embk 8/5, 12/6
Hammersmith 28/5, 25/6 All 12.30
Battersea Pk 21/5 noon (check with Pete Mulholland 020 8761 4308)

SOCIAL 200 CLUB Organiser: Len Dalmon (01689 855998)
Recent winners:- Mar 50 M Watling 25 J Bailey & B Brent

NEXT COURIER: Early July Results, readers' views & other material welcome.

The recent Kent Women's League match was an example of our team spirit. We had 9 non-scorers in the U13 75m and 3 in the 1Km walk.

You might like to extend your support a step further to help the Club in an even more practical way. At some matches points are deducted for failing to provide a full complement of officials, thus negating the points-scoring efforts of the athletes. Just think as you rake the long jump pit that, not only have you got out of doing the gardening, you have been able to support the athletes, score points for the team, get a suntan and get free tea and cake! This is a win-win-win-win-win formula and is highly recommended by your President.

Officials Secretary Mike Davies awaits your call to help on 01689 602038. Best wishes for your athletic activities in the coming months. Don't forget the Club Champs - full details are on your fixture card and in this Courier.

Yours PAT

NOW IT'S HISTORY News of the new one-lap record is a reminder that the Club track championships includes senior competition at 200m for the Wood cup. This takes its name from a distiguished Heathen, C G Wood, who was known as "the fastest farmer in history". In 1886 he became the first Englishman to beat 50 secs for the 440yd event and he was also the first inside 22 secs for 220yds. He may be seen in the Club History (have you got one?) sporting a handsome moustache. Apparently he objected to the new-fangled "crouch start" which he considered an unnatural position for a biped.

BROMLEY AC - WHAT NEXT? Prior to our change of name, the Courier of January 2000 reported the breakdown of talks between ourselves and Bromley AC over possible co-operation, despite the considerable efforts of our officers. Recently there has been some further informal discussion which seems to have progressed on an amicable basis. This culminated in Dave Liston attending a meeting of Bromley AC committee and a return visit by their representatives to meet members of our General Committee was due this week (Mon 29th Apr). Members will of course be advised of the outcome and of any decision for them which arises. It is recognised that this is an area of many considerations and where there are likely to be divergent views within the Club.

CLUB TRACK & FIELD CHAMPIONSHIPS 2002 The programme will have a new structure this season, all fixtures being at Norman Pk. As follows-

Wed 5th June 8pm. (Seniors) 5000m
Wed 12th June 8pm. (Seniors & Juniors) 1 Mile
Mon 24th June 7pm. (All age groups) 200/150m, 800m, 3000m, 400H/300H, TJ, HT
Wed 10th July 8pm. (All age groups) Walks: 3000m/2000m/1000m
Wed 31st July 8pm. (Seniors) 10000m
Sat 24th Aug 1pm. (All age groups) 100/75m, 400m/300m, 1500m, Sprint H, SCs, H'caps (300m & 1000m), HJ, LJ, PV, SP, DT, JT
For Wednesday fixtures entry will be on-the-evening, but pre-entry will be required for Mon 24th June & Sat 24th Aug (closing 22nd June & 21st Aug respectively). In addition there will be Open T&F events for Under 11 boys and girls starting at 6.30 on the Wed evening fixtures and also Under 11 running events on Sat 24th Aug. All Under 11 events are by entry on the day.

NATIONAL LOTTERY FUNDING The Club is to get a grant of 4825 from the National Lottery Awards-For-All Programme to develop coaching projects at Norman Park and Ladywell tracks. Development Chairman Dave Liston said "This is a major boost to the development programme and a boost to athletics at the two venues. It allows us to continue to help develop the grass roots of the sport and we look forward to seeing youngsters progressing through to the Club's senior teams. We have worked hard to develop the project and the application and it's now time to put it into action."

LONDON YOUTH GAMES These will be held at the National Sports Centre and attract children from all 33 London Boroughs. The Kentish Times reports that the Queen will be guest of honour on 5th July as part of her Golden Jubilee tour. The visit will also coincide with the re-opening of the restored parts of Crystal Palace park.

LONDON MARATHON CHARITY SUPPORT The main charity selected by the Club this year was South Bromley HospiCare, while individual runners ran in aid of a variety of causes. Thanks to runners and those who supported them. On the larger scene The London Marathon Charitable Trust has, over the years, distributed more than 10M for sport and recreational projects in the London Boroughs, such as saving playing fields from developers.

BLACKHEATH HARRIERS HQ Ltd DEBENTURES Following the Annual General Meeting of BHHQ Ltd held in March it is the intention to repay the outstanding debentures within the next year. We are grateful to those members who have supported the Club through this means. Many in the past have very generously used repayments to make further donations to the Club and this has contributed greatly to our financial stability.

TED PEPPER MEMORIAL RACE Following the changed layout in South Eden Park Road the course has been remeasured. Otherwise it's similar to that used in recent years. The race starts at 11am on Monday 6th May and again incorporates the 10Km Rd Championship for members of SCVAC. Entries are accepted on the day to both the race and the Championship.

BATTERSEA PARK ROAD RACES There is considerable disruption in the park due to building works. Arrangements for the Sri Chinmoy races have not yet been finalised but are likely to begin with a Monday evening race in early June. Veterans AC Runs and Walks will be held over a shorter course than usual (about 7K), with the exception of the Championships on 18th June which will be over a measured 5M course.

CALF PAIN I recently distributed copies of a questionnaire which had been sent to me about runners' experience of the above. Anyone who missed this but is particularly affected can contact the author - Bruce Smart, 3 White Lodge, Exning Rd, Newmarket, Suffolk, CB8 0SS- Tel 01638 603353- email bruce@smart20.fsnet.co.uk.

RESULTS

(01) 2nd Dec 01. 10K Abbey Dash Leeds G Murray 60.18
(02) 26th Jan. SEAA XC Ch Parliament Hill cf (21416) Provisional times corrected
Sen T Dickinson 54.23- R Byrne 57.15- R Smith 57.39- J Morland 59.09- J Murray 59.13- G Clifford 61.50- N Gasson 61.57- P Calnan 62.41- D Ellison 63.20- M Watling 64.09- M Ellison 64.43- 285 B McShane 66.36-
(03) 16th Feb. Kent XC Lge (4) Swanley cf 21432 Corr 53 R Williams 35.34- not J E Turner
(04) 24th Feb. Rd 20M Reading 104 S Smythe 2:14.57- 259 D King 2:28.50- 379 B Smith 2:36.41
(05) 2nd Mar. Club XC 10M Hayes 1 R Smith (Rowland Cup) 60.07 (H'c pos 13)- 2 S McDonald 63.33 (15)- 3 P Calnan 66.22 (18)- 4 D Ellison 66.52 (4)- 5(1V) M Watling 67.22 (14)- 6 B McShane 67.26 (8)- 7 C Keen 67.52 (10)- 8 J Hoy 68.35 (11)- 9 J Beck 69.22 (27)- 10(1L) J Butler 71.28 (21)- 11 S Pairman 71.38 (6)- 12 P Barlow 72.05 (30)- 13 D Hilliar 72.20 (32)- 14 A Tucker 72.25 (23)- 15 C Pike 73.37 (3)- 16 A Kilgour 74.47 (25)- 17 G Coates 74.51 (22)- 18 N Barber 75.04 (5)- 19 W Slack 75.21 (19)- 20 R Brown 76.34 (20)- 21 R Coles 76.39 (29)- 22 R Walsh 77.00 (1)- 23 B Fisher 77.46 (12)- 24 S Lloyd 79.15 (26)- 25 M Salmon 79.28 (9)- 26 A Davis 85.19 (34)- 27 C Poole 86.01 (2)- 28 W Orton 86.12 (7)- 29 S Capey 86.49 (36)- 30 A Pontifex 88.30 (24)- 31 C Rowe 88.36 (16)- 32 M Compton 88.44 (28)- 33 M Peel 89.09 (33)- 34 B Wilson 91.19 (37)- 35 M Wade 92.15 (38)- 36 J Robinson 94.07 (40)- 37 J Bugler 94.07 (17)- 38 D Churchus 99.23 (31)- 39 M Gasson 100.21 (35)- 40 Rn Chambers 106.46 (39)-
(06) 3rd Mar. Thanet 20M Kent Ch Margate 3(1M40) N Kinsey 1:57.55- 4 S Smythe(DulR) 1:58.19- 19 M Ellison 2:08.32- 67 N Bunclark 2:19.13- 71 J McConville 2:19.34- 72 T Brightwell 2:19.47- 108 D King 2:25.54- 109 C Aves 2:26.35- 123 J E Turner 2:28.47- 128 M Blunden 2:29.19- 184 B Smith 2:38.27- 220 R Bennett 2:44.04- 222 M Longstaff 2:44.12- 227 P Cobbett 2:45.03-
(07) 3rd Mar. Rd 10K Greenwich Pk 2 J Murray 32.47-
(08) 3rd Mar. Rd 5M Hillingdon 5 S Newport 24.02- 11 W Foster 25.19
(09) 3rd Mar. Herts Vets XC Ch Letchworth M60(3.9M) 1 J Clare (H&W) 27.26
(10) 3rd Mar. Parkwood YAs XC Lge Canterbury U17 1 R Perkins- 3 D Snow- 6 C Daniel 8 D Ryan- 9 M Leal- Tm 1 BH- U13 D Casey- D Brewer- Tm 1 BH- U15G B Proctor- C McQuillan- Tm 1 BH-
(11) 6th Mar. BH Schools XC Sparrows Den 1(1U16) P Canavan (Jn Fisher) 19.54- 2 D Perkins (Judd) 20.05- 3 F Bell (Jn Fisher) 20.18- 4(2U16) Z Stegner (Wilsons) 20.44- 5(3U16) N Tubbs (Judd) 21.06- Tms(Sc4) 1 Judd 20 (Parrish Cup)- 2 Jn Fisher 34 (RAGS Tr)- 3 Wilsons 38- 4 Trinity 70- 5 Eltham Coll 75- 6 Judd B 80- 7 Wilsons B 95- Mayor's Challenge U13 1 G Somile (Jn Fisher) 5.59- 2 S Ellis (Wilsons) 6.09- 3 C Hewson (Eltham Coll) 6.21- Tms 1 Wilsons 17- 2 Jn Fisher 30- 3 Eltham Coll 43- 4 Colfe's 74- 5 Glebe 100- U11 1 C Miller (Oak L) 7.05- 2 A Geere (Oak L) 7.07- 3 A Galloway (St.David's) 7.11- Tms 1 Oak L 12- 2 St.David's 29- 3 Midfield 57- U13G 1 R Taylor (Newstead Wood & BH) 6.27- 2 C Rafferty (Colfe's) 6.56- 3 S McLellan (Newstead Woods) 7.06- Tms 1 Newstead Woods 17- 2 Colfe's 21- U11G 1 S Jones (Oak L) 7.46- 2 L Steer (Oak L) 7.46- 3 Z Burford (Oak L) 7.52- Tms 1 Oak L 11- 2 St.David's 40- 3 Holy Trinity 57- 4 Midfield 62- 5 Royston 85
(12) 9th Mar. Rd 5M Bethersden 2 B Keem 24.31
(13) 9th Mar. Eng Sch XC Ch Chelmsford SenB T Hawkey- 121 R Perkins- JunB 158 D Fenlon 237 D Brewer- IntG 84 E Bugler-
(14) 10th Mar. 1/2-Marathon Reading (63.23) 25 P Calnan 74.27- 113 B McShane 81.31 124 G Lloyd 81.54- 1953 K Pratten 105.42
(15) 10th Mar. Grisly 19M Devon C Poole 3:14- J Bugler 3:21
(16) 16th Mar. Mobmatch v SLH Hayes 1 R Smith 46.17 (H'c pos 21)- 5(1BHV) M Watling (Ponsford Pewter) 50.22 (6)- 8 J Hoy 50.53 (10)- 10 J Beck 51.21 (19)- 11 D Ellison 51.33 (26)- 12 C Keen 51.34 (11)- 13 B McShane 51.45 (30)- 17(1L) J Butler 53.41 (20)- 18 P Barlow 53.54 (27)- 21 A Tucker 54.44 (24)- 23 S Pairman 55.12 (15)- 24 W Slack 55.35 (4)- 25 J Morland 55.49 (46)- 27 D Hilliar 56.02 (22)- 29 R Coles 56.09 (7)- 30 N Barber 56.23 (12)- 31 J Phelan 56.52 (32)- 32 S Wright 56.56 (44)- 35 R Brown 57.20 (5)- 36 R Walsh 57.25 (9)- 37 G Coates 57.36 (25)- 39 S Lloyd 59.09 (18)- 42 B Fisher 59.43 (16)- 43 Ph Taylor 59.55 (35)- 45 R Hall 60.05 (31)- 46 A Davis 60.24 (1 Scotting Salver)- 49 C Baker 61.05 (41)- 50 J Clare 61.23 (36)- 52 J R Turner 62.27 (38)- 53 R Cliff (Lanterne Rouge) 62.43 (17)- 57 G Lloyd 64.10 (47)- 58 B Wilson 64.49 (8)- 59 M Wade 65.01 (2)- 60 R Morriss 65.12 (43)- 63 A Pontifex 65.58 (14)- 64 S Capey 66.00 (29)- 65 R Griffin 66.34 (37)- 66 C Rowe 66.39 (3)- 67 W Orton 67.02 (33)- 68 C Poole 67.15 (13)- 69 D Appleton 67.34 (40)- 70 M Compton 68.03 (23)- 72 R Michell 68.24 (39)- 73 A Grace 68.43 (45)- 77 J Robinson 72.39 (28)- 78 J Copley 73.22 (34)- 80 P Shepheard 82.49 (42)-
Match(Nicholls Cup Sc 30) BH 864- SLH 1000-
(17) 17th Mar. 1/2-Marathon Murcia, Sp 1 M Steinle 63.02
(18) 17th Mar. Rd 10K Eastleigh 5 S Newport 31.03
(19) 17th Mar. 1/2-Marathon Bath (64.14) 23 R Byrne 69.32- 110 S Smythe 79.42
(20) 17th Mar. Rd 5M Tatsfield 12 G Coates 33.00
(21) 17th Mar. 1/2-Marathon Hastings (64.55) 132 N Bunclark 87.32- 191 A Tucker 89.54 413(3M60) B O'Gorman 97.27- 437 J Reynolds 98.12- 548 B Smith 100.33- 569 N Webb 100.53- 686 J Isaacs 103.22- 761 R Bennett 104.41- 801 B Leahy 105.25- 902 R Hogwood 107.40- 980 M Longstaff 109.05- 1088 J Briffa 111.14- 1100(1M70) D Churchus 111.26- 1423 K Connaughton 117.22- 1568 A Jelly 120.03- 1984 P Prisley 130.01- 1985 F Ward 130.01- 2116 G Isaacs 133.52- 2246 A Pickering 138.57 (Disability Award) (+ M Cronin)- 2749 Fin
(22) 17th Mar. 15/21M Cranleigh 21M 15 M Ellison 2:19.36- 70 C Aves 2:36.39- 78 D King 2:38.04- 146(1M60) P Lovell 2:53.28- 166 P Cobbett 2:57.23- 167 A Cilia 2:57.28- 172 R Griffin 2:59.09- 204 J Bugler 3:06.03- 212 I Jordan 3:07.53- 256 G Griffin 3:16.23- 309 N Lawrie 3:33.40- 15M 54(2M60) C Poole 2:10.11-
(23) 23rd Mar. Closing 5 Yct H'c Hayes 1 Rn Chambers 44.16- 2 J Copley 40.29- 3 S Capey 37.35- 4 M Gasson 43.41- 5 P Long 53.14- 6 P Shepheard 47.06- 7 S Lloyd 34.22- 8 A Davis 35.37- 9 S Wright 33.08- 10 C Jones-Baldock 39.49- 11 B Wilson 38.57- 12 N Barber 33.19- 13 C Rowe 39.41- 14 R Cliff 37.18- 15 R Coles 33.34- 16 M Compton 40.14- 17 A Tucker 32.18(2)- 18 G Coates 33.59- 19 M Wade 39.33- 20 A Pontifex 39.37- 21 W Slack 34.03- 22 S Pairman 33.14- 23 B Fisher 35.55- 24 P Barlow 32.35(3)- 25 R Walsh 35.17- 26 C Poole 40.23- 27 D Ellison 31.04(1)- 28 D Churchus 44.50- 29 D White 41.19- 30 I Taylor 35.04- 31 R Hill 33.16- 32 D Carton 37.27- 33 M Cronin 35.07- 34 J Leeson 37.56- 35 W Orton 41.47- 36 D Brookes 48.17- 37 A Bounds 38.16- 38 C Painter 39.45- 39 J Robinson 43.49- 40 D Lawrie 54.32- 41 D Marks 36.53
(24) 23rd Mar. National Vets XC Chs Mansfield M40 10K 3 W Foster 32.31- M50/60 79 W Wade (M60Holmfirth) 41.23- 90 J Clare (M60) 42.27- M70 5K 3 W Clapham 25.31
(25) 24th Mar. 1/2-Marathon Wilmslow 5 D Taylor 63.47- 9 T Dickinson 65.41
(26)24th Mar. Rd 20M Worthing (1:52.48) 151 D King 2:27.44- 171 J Reynolds 2:30.46- 175(3M60) B O'Gorman 2:31.25- 251 C Hall 2:40.24- 346 B Smith 2:48.55- 386 P Cobbett 2:52.59- 536 G Pengelly 3:06.57- 544 K Connaughton 3:07.31- 743 Fin
(27) 24th Mar. 1/2-Marathon Paddock Wd (67.46) 9 S McDonald 70.39- 25 S Smythe 75.25 28 C Keen 76.29- 74 M Ellison 83.40- 125 T Wood 88.31- 127 J E Turner 88.45- 145 Ph Taylor 89.36- 165 D Hilliar 90.40- 180 M Blunden 91.27- 193 C Aves 92.21- 229 A Kilgour 93.50- 332 M Longstaff 98.17- 392 C Doherty 100.35- 603 R Bennett 109.28- 616 J Briffa 110.07- 873 A Jelly 122.35-
(28) 24th Mar. Breakfast 16M Kingston-u-Th 153 J Cunningham 1:53.33- 1053 K Pratten 2:22.10
(29) 24th Mar. Parkwood YAs XC Relays Canterbury Boys 1 BH (D Casey- C Norris- D Ryan A Rayner 6.32fst) Season 2 BH- Girls 5 BH (C McNamara- B Proctor- H Williams- H Barker) Season 3 BH- U11 1 C Millar- 2 J Proctor
(30) 29th Mar. Rd 10M Folkestone N Bunclark 63.53- T Brightwell 64.08
(31) 29th Mar. Joggers 3"M New Eltham 13 W Clapham 29.43
(32) 31st Mar. Moray RR 10K Elgin G Murray 60.49
(33) 1st Apr. Open T&F Tonbridge U17 HT Am Tawanaee 42.15- U15 HJ A Al-Ameen 1.60 HT Al Tawanaee 38.40
(34) 2nd Apr. Chester Spring 5 Upton 1 T Dickinson 24.46
(35) 4th Apr. Assembly Lge 2.9M Beckenham 100 W Clapham (KentAC) 22.26
(36) 6th Apr. SEAA Rd Relays Milton Keynes Men (8K & 5.5K) 15 BH 4:31.35 (R Smith 25.46 T Hawkey 17.59- A Rayner 25.42- A Draper 17.28- D Ellison 28.27- D Moulton 17.27- S McDonald 25.36- M Watling 19.16- N Ayrton 28.16- W Bolton 18.32- B McShane 30.06- J Bradley 17.48)- Women 14 BH 2:15.07 (S Budd 20.08- C Castledine 22.41- J Butler 19.59- Z Morrell 23.51- K O'Mahoney 24.06- C Jones-Baldock 24.22)
(37) 7th Apr. Herc W Open T&F Crystal Pal U17 100/200m 2 D Bovell 11.3/ 22.7- S Bamboye 11.7/ 23.6- DT A Pope 36.91- U15 100/200 A Monerville 12.0/ 24.4- HJ A Al-Ameen 1.55- JT S Harvey 44.36- U17G 800m E Bugler- HJ/LJ 2 S Alaneme 1.55/ 4.99- H Robinson 4.87- DT 2 A Oliver 28.62- U15G 100m C Cooper 13.3- K Douglas 13.5- SP V Thomas 10.62 cl rec- U13G 100/200m 2/3 S Solomon 13.8/ 29.2- C Shal 14.4- S Robinson 29.9- SP S Brown 6.81
(38) 7th Apr. Rd 10K Darenth V 10 D Ellison 37.56- T Brightwell 39.13- 31 G Coates 40.30 C McEntee 40.35- W Slack 40.40
(39) 10th Apr. Vets AC T&F Battersea PK 100/300m M Martineau 15.3/ 48.5
(40) 13th Apr. SE Throws Pentathlon Deangate M65 1 G Hickey 3757 (HT/ 33.75- SP/ 12.12- DT/ 30.54- JT/ 35.80- WT/ 10.76)
(41) 13th Apr. T&F USA Arizona State Un, Tempe AZ. 400m T Chiwira 46.04 cl rec- (4X400 44.7 split)- Tallahassee, Fla 100m 2 D Plummer 10.39pb
(42) 10th Apr. Open T&F Watford 1000m 3 J Bradley 2:34.8
(43) 14th Apr. London Marathon Blackheath/ The Mall (2:05.38 World BP) 8 M Steinle 2:09.17 cl rec- 31 T Dickinson 2:23.35- 135 N Kinsey 2:37.29- 580 J Hoy 2:52.03- 1113 J McConville 2:59.16- 1394 T Brightwell 3:03.14- 2021 M Ellison 3:09.51- 2950 T Wood 3:17.27- 2960 N Bunclark 3:17.37- 3062 C Aves 3:18.28- 3169 B Smith 3:19.19- 3234 J E Turner 3:19.52- 3390 C McEntee 3:21.10- 3489 J Cunningham 3:21.51- 3946 J Hynes 3:24.46- 4021 J Reynolds 3:25.16- 4232 D King 3:26.32- 4264 P Burford 3:26.41- 4834 M Blunden 3:29.49- B O'Gorman 3:34.50- 5876 R Griffin 3:35.54- 6127 M Salmon 3:37.06- 7316 M Peel 3:42.44- 7958 P Lovell 3:45.10- 8375 C Hall 3:47.01- 8504 N Webb 3:47.31- 9075 Ph Taylor 3:49.40- 9235 M Longstaff 3:50.16- 9596 J Bugler 3:51.44- 9977 J Briffa 3:53.01- 10660 A Cilia 3:55.13- 11363 I Jordan 3:57.31- 12465 S Brackley 4:01.36- 13123 K Pratten 4:04.41- 13553 C Leon 4:06.26- 15276 K McEntee 4:13.51- 16726 P Cobbett 4:19.34- 17828 R Lees 4:23.37- 19384 G Pengelly 4:29.17- 19386 A Nairn 4:29.17- 19442 D Lawrie 4:29.33- 19445 G Griffin 4:29.33- 20096 J Kenny 4:32.08- 22054 K Connaughton 4:39.54- 22844 D Beadle 4:43.05- 23696 G Isaacs 4:46.39- 24395 S Lacey 4:50.02- 25820 B Else 4:57.29- 25540 S Lightman (Walk) 4:55.56- 26948 N Simmons (Walk) 5:04.45- 28390 P Shepheard 5:15.58- 28675 W James 5:18.28- 28735 T Duck 5:19.04- 31346 K Tyler 5:56.03
Mini-Marathon B15-17 10 R Perkins 14.00- D Snow 14.36- M Shirley 18.22- B13-14 D Casey 16.15- D Brewer 16.38- G15-17 5 E Bugler 16.32- C McQuillan 19.36- H Williams 20.36- G13-14 B Proctor 18.56- G11-12 1 R Taylor 16.42- R Stokes 19.03- C McNamara 19.12-
(44) 14th Apr. Wellington Relay Ostend 1 BH (800m J Godsell- 600m N Keogh- 200m M Purser 400m S Cooper- 1200m A Rayner- 800m T Hawkey- 450m I Allerton- 350m D Griffin- 200m D Lougheed)
(45) 16th Apr. Vets AC Rd 7K Battersea Pk 3 P Hamilton 25.15
(46) 20th Apr. Sward & Kinnaird Kingston
400m A 7 R Holt 55.7- B 3 C Daniel 56.52- 800m A 1 M Airey 1:56.89- B 1 A Rayner 1:57.03- 1500m A 1 J Bradley (Ach) 4:10.38- 2 S McDonald 4:14.12- B D Snow 4:20.32- 3000m A 3 P Barlow 9:53.0- B 2 M Watling 9:57.9- ns K Daniel 9:56.4- C Hogg 10:12.6- 110H 1 A Hodge (Ach) 16.4- 400H A 4 M Purser 59.3- Kinnaird 6 BH- HJB 1 A Hodge 1.80- PV A 4 A Hardy 3.60- B 3 S Tolson 3.00- ns J Day 2.60- SP A 4 A Fairbairn 10.08- B 6 A Hardy 8.82- HT A 5 K Chester 49.97- B 4 A Fairbairn 30.80- DT A 5 A Fairbairn 33.72- B 6 S Gascoigne 24.68- ns S Tolson 24.51- Sward 7 BH
(47) 21st Apr. Shakespeare Marathon Stratford-u-Av D King 3:41- C Poole 4:07
(48) 21st Apr. Kent Women's Lge Div 1 (1) Tonbridge
Sen 3000m 1 S Budd 10:26.01- 100m/100H/LJ 1(12.8)/2/3 K Benneworth- K O'Mahoney- C Jones-Baldock- M Bovell- U17 HJ/TJ 1 S Alaneme- LJ 1 H Robinson 4.79- DT 1 A Oliver 29.48pb- JT 1 C Sylvester 25.73- U15 75H/LJ 1 C Cooper- SP/DT 1/2 V Thomas- U13 75m/LJ 1/2 E Godley 10.8- ns S Solomon 10.7- C Shaw 10.9- S Robinson 11.0- 4X100m 1 BH- 70H 1 S Solomon- 1000mWlk 2 O Dyer- SP/DT(21.18 cl rec) 1 S Brown- JT 1 E Mason- Match 2 BH 213
(49) RACE WALKING 2/3 RWA 20K Imber Crt. 21 S Lightman 1:58.37- 9/3 Bexley 10K. 4 S Lightman 57.37- 16/3 Inter-C Dartford 5K. 13 S Lightman (Mx) 27:31.9-
(50) MONTHLY SERIES 8/3 Danson Pk. W Clapham 25.05- 13/3 Thames bridges. W Clapham 18.19- 19/3 Battersea Pk 5K. W Clapham 24.02- R Watkins 28.50- 12/4 Danson Pk. T Brightwell 18.34- W Clapham 24.50- 17/4 BH 3.12M Yct h'c. 1 J Bugler 23.28 (net)- 2 W Clapham 23.19- 3 C Keen 16.38(1)- 4 R Brown 18.27- 5 B McShane 17.29(3)- 6 D Carton 20.02- 7 M Gasson 23.33- 8 P Barlow 17.23(2)- 9 B Bater 18.54- 10 S Pairman 17.55- 11 J Brown 20.54- 12 G Coates 18.27- 13 M Martineau 24.46- 14 W Slack 18.55- 15 P Shepheard 25.19- 16 T Brightwell 19.14- 17 A Tucker 18.18- 18 B O'Flynn 23.47- 19 R Hall 19.21- 20 A Cilia 25.16-
(51) INDOOR 3/3 Euro Ch Vienna. 60m sf A Lashore 6.76 (h 6.72)- /3 Univ Idaho 60/400m T Chiwira 6.96/ 46.53- /3 Inter-C Sportshall Guildford. U13 HJ 2 A Al-Ameen- U13G 3 Kent (inc E Godley, S Robinson & S Solomon)- 16-17/3 BVAF Glasgow. 3000m 2M40 W Foster 8:49.51- 3M50 P Hamilton 10:14.17- 3KWalk 1M55 P Hannell 15:54.22- PV 1M45 A Williams 4.15-

BENNETT CUP FINAL
1 N Barber 450- 2 D Ellison 430- 3 B McShane 400- 4 R Walsh 396- 5 S Lloyd 366- 6 A Tucker 349- 7 G Coates 347- 8 C Pike 339- 9 A Davis 334- 10 R Smith 324- 11 M Compton 319- 12 W Slack 311- 13 C Poole 303- 14 M Wade 301- 15 A Pontifex 296- 16 S Pairman 289- 17 J Butler 283- 18 W Orton 274- 19 R Cliff 269- 20 R Brown 261
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