2015 Results

2015 Results

February

  • Headcorn Half Marathon – 15th February 2015

    Click here for the full results.
    Pos
    Time
    Chip Time
    Name
    Cat
    88
    01:37:04
    01:36:55
    SHIRLEY EXALL
    FV45
    116
    01:40:45
    01:40:37
    DUNCAN RIORDAN
    MV50
    135
    1:43:33
    01:43:23
    CAROLINE RICHARDS
    FV45
    166
    01:46:17
    01:46:07
    CAROL EMERY
    FV55
     
  • Deal Half Marathon – 8th February 2015

    Click here for the full results.
    Pos
    Time
    Gun Time
    Name
     Cat
    54
    01:41:28
    01:41:25
    Shirley Exall
     FV45
    2nd FV45
    55
    01:41:28
    01:41:25
    Nicholas Brown
     MV45
  • KFL Rough Common – 8th February 2015

    Sunday 8th Feburary saw the last race of this seasons KFL at Rough Common Canterbury. (there are to be no end of season relays this year) Doesn’t time fly when you are having fun. PWAC had 20 athletes and 1 junior (Evan Wild) competing in the race’s  around a chilly Blean Woods. Once again the ladies outnumbered the men, guys where were you. (are you all going soft) Colin Tricker had another excellent run, entering  the woods in 4th place and coming back and finishing in exactly the same position. Well done Colin you appear to be flying at the moment. Pete Buckingham, Alan Newman, Rob Rowland, Mark Wild, Richard Bidois and John Tilson made up the rest of men’s scoring team. Claire Day had another good day at the office winning the women’s race, closely followed by the ever improving Sarah Shepherd who finished 3rd.  Emma Holland had another good run finishing  10th  lady.(marathon training definitely paying off for these 3) and these ladies today won the days (ladies) team event. Thank you to all the other runners who took time to  turn out for PWAC. Alan Newman along with Lori Tricker both gave blood for the clubs cause, nothing  too serious I can report although I did not help Lori’s bruised shoulder by giving it  a well-meaning pat.  I must say I didn’t like the way she looked at the starters pistol sitting beside her as she was being looked after by St Johns first aid. We have had  44  different runners out this season with  only 4 runners competing all  7 races (Sue Chivers, Lori Tricker, Richard Bidois and Colin Tricker ) true dedication to the cause, along with 10 other runners competing in 5 or more races. Well done one and all. Final individual results; Colin (3rd man)  Claire (Ladies Runner Up) and  Sue James (F60 winner)  will  all now receive individual end of season trophies along with our ladies team.  See full list of champions at  http://kfl.canterburyharriers.org/champions.php?yr=2014 The end of season awards will be presented on the 15th March after the Dartford Half Marathon at the Fox & Hounds PH close to the finish of the half marathon – any further details to follow. The full results from today and for the rest of the season can now be seen on the KFL web sitehttp://kfl.canterburyharriers.org/xc_result.php?id=5865  . Any amendments if any will be e-mailed out in due course. A big THANK YOU goes to everybody who has run in this season’s KFL, along with all the supporters. (who came along or just replied to my emails)  Without you all Jeanette and I would be very lonely. Hopefully next season we might see a few more men running and  then the  club competing at the top end of the league once more. Regards Richard Elliott richard.elliott@hotmail.co.uk 01892 832093 / 07970817664  
  • Kent Cross Country League – 7th February 2015

    Kent Cross Country League 2014/15 - League Final - Swanley Park - Saturday 7th Feb 2015

    Click here for the full results.

    Under 13 Boys

    Pos
    Name
    Time
    4th
    Toby Emm
    12:44
    (22nd in league overall)

    Under 15 Boys

    Pos
    Name
    Time
    39th
    Charlie George
    18:11
    (21st in league overall)
    Senior Women
    Pos
    Name
    Time
    7th
    Sarah Shepheard
    22:54
    (30th in league overall)
    48th
    Sue James (W60)
    28:49
    (21st in league overall)
    Best ever position for Sarah Shepheard, only two seconds behind sixth. Sue James is the W55-plus league champion at 64 years of age.  
  • Fulfords 5 – 1st February 2015

    Click here for the full results.
    Place
    Time
    Name
    Category
    Age Grading
    91
    0:35:13
    WHITE, Des
    M60
    74.07%
    166
    0:41:05
    WHITE, Alison
    F59
    72.24%
     
  • Ashford and District 10k – 1st February 2015

    Click here for the full results.
    Pos
    Finish time
    Chip time
    First name
    Last name
    133
    00:46:55
    00:46:50
    Harry
    Abrahim

January

  • SportsHall Sittingbourne – Sunday 25th January 2015

    The previous weekend saw  teams from Paddock Wood AC at the 4th match in the Kent County Athletics Sportshall series. The match at the Swallows Leisure Centre, Sittingbourne was quite a close thing between teams with two teams  tying for first place - Bexley 1 and Julie Rose Juniors  from Ashford. Harvey Fordham again won the Long Jump with 2.18m and together with Holly Tapp, who jumped 1.81m, topped the points chart. Molly Dew was 11th out of 44 competitors in the vertical Jump with 42cm, but was beaten by her brother Dillon  in team 2 who jumped 47cm  to finish 8th. Molly also had an excellent Speed Bounce with 58 bounces, a personal best. Martha Peachy jumped 50, so the pair finished in 6th position. Newcomer to Sportshall was Isabella Guralamocca who jumped 1.82 in the Standing Long Jump which put her in 9th place.  Martha McCarthy also jumped 50 in the Speedbounce.  Freya Kirk-Martyn jumped 1.51 in the Standing Long Jump. Alex Stone’s best event was also the Standing Long Jump where he jumped 1.70m. His brother Joe did well in the Long Jump as well with 1.50m. Another pair of brothers competing was Liam and Aiden O’Neil. Aiden was competing for the first time in sportshall. He came 25th in the ball push with 4.75m out of 45 participants. Liam came 35th with 4m. Alistair Dow jumped 43 in the Speedbounce and Eva Wilson jumped 45. This meant that all the PWAC athletes all jumped over 40 which is a really good score. Team 1 - Harvey, Holly, Molly and Martha Peachy finished 7th. Team 2 - Dillon, Martha McCarthy, Freya and Alex came 13th. Team 3 - Isabella, Eva, Alistair and Joe were 19th and Aiden and Liam teamed up with two athletes from Folkestone and came 21st. In the older age group the club had 3 U/13 girls competing. Sam Hockey, who has been picked to compete for Kent in the regional finals in February, jumped 5.88m in the Standing Triple Jump and did 78 bounces in the Speed Bounce. Amy Bateman, another new comer to Sportshall, also did well in the Speed Bounce with 73, as did Caitlin Dow who jumped a PB of 69 bounces. U/15 Eloise Winton threw a PB in her Shot Putt 6.69m and got  another PB in her Triple Jump 5.38m.
  • Canterbury 10 – 25th January 2015

    Click here for the full results.
    Place
    Time
    Name
    Category
    Chip
    6
    57:12
    Colin Tricker
    Male Senior
    57:11
    28
    1:02:49
    Tina Oldershaw
    FV 45 to 54
    1:02:48
    1st female, 1st FV45, 2 x Kent Gold Medals
    35
    1:03:30
    Maria Heslop
    FV 45 to 54
    1:03:29
    2nd female, 2nd FV45, 2 x Kent Silver Medals
    47
    1:04:36
    Peter Buckingham
    MV 40 to 49
    1:04:32
    67
    1:06:49
    Claire Day
    Female Senior
    1:06:46
    PB
    111
    1:09:28
    Nicholas Brown
    MV 40 to 49
    1:09:23
    114
    1:09:43
    Emma Hollands
    FV 35 to 44
    1:09:37
    PB
    124
    1:10:13
    Sarah Shepheard
    Female Senior
    1:10:07
    Kent FU23 Gold Medal
    148
    1:11:20
    Richard Bidois
    MV 40 to 49
    1:11:14
    158
    1:11:37
    Mark Wild
    MV 40 to 49
    1:11:30
    212
    1:14:51
    John Tolhurst
    MV 60+
    1:14:45
    255
    1:16:18
    Fiona Buckingham
    FV 45 to 54
    1:16:09
    317
    1:18:48
    Caroline Richards
    FV 45 to 54
    1:18:41
    327
    1:19:10
    Harry Abrahim
    MV 40 to 49
    1:19:05
    366
    1:21:04
    Carol Emery
    FV 55+
    1:20:57
    Kent FV55 Gold Medal
    416
    1:23:32
    Lori Tricker
    Female Senior
    1:23:05
    483
    1:26:32
    Miriam Dorrity
    FV 55+
    1:26:24
    570
    1:30:24
    Vanessa Hollamby
    FV 45 to 54
    1:29:58
    625
    1:33:09
    James Hoad
    Male Senior
    1:32:31
    678
    1:35:54
    Amanda Hanford
    FV 45 to 54
    1:35:28
    699
    1:37:25
    Keeley Hoad
    FV 35 to 44
    1:36:58
    732
    1:40:37
    Penny Roberts
    FV 55+
    1:40:01
    Tina, Maria and Claire were also 1st team, so won a Kent Team Gold Medal as well.
  • KFL Minnis Bay – 18th January 2015

    Firstly a thank you to the 18 runners and the supporters (especially our photographers Robin and James) that turned up at a very very cold and sometimes wet Minnis Bay.
    But a BIG thank you must go to Andrew Day who came along to support Claire and also brought thier son William and the new club tent, He even supplied tea and coffee after the race to all our runners. The tent definitely gave the club a focal point and along  with the drinks helped lift the spirits  on the day.  Thank you Andrew.
    Due to it being high tide the race started this year on the grass adjacent the car park and the route (just over 5 miles) took the runners through at least 5 deep dykes with water waste high along with the normal thick black mud, before coming back over the very slippery mounds close to the coastal path. Some of the runners probably took more of the mud home with them than they would have wished, and I expect some washing machines and showers worked extra hard Sunday afternoon.
    We had one junior runner Dylan Dew who definitely did not enjoy the experience unlike Keeley Hoad who really enjoyed the main race and is  benefiting from marathon training.
    Now the Bad and Good News
    The bad news, we did not have a full compliment of men out and so we did not have a full scoring team.
    Disappointing to say the least, guys where were you!!!
    The good news our ladies team Claire(2nd lady) Sarah (5th lady) and Emma (12th lady) finished in 1st place on the day and are now in 2nd place in the league, with a good chance of the ladies winning the league with only one race to go.
    Colin Tricker finished in 4th place overall, Claire Day finished 2nd lady and Alan Newman 57th (who is getting back to full fitness) 1st M60, Sue James 52nd lady (1st F60) all with a chance of winning an individual prize.
    Vanessa Hollamby finished in 288th place 74th lady after taking a nasty fall. and I am happy to report she left Minnis Bay smiling if hobbling.
    We had excellent performances from all our runners and you can see those that are benefiting from marathon training.
    The PWAC combined team finished in 9th place on the day and are now 6th in the league.
    For your info the next race is at Rough Common Canterbury on 8th February and this will be Rob Brights last race as the leagues coordinator after 20+ years the end of an era, but it will not be the end of the KFL. The league will carry on as normal.
    Lets finish this season with a flourish at Rough Common (along with a full team) and hopefully our ladies will win the league and a number of our members will also win individual prizes when the awards are presented at the end of the season.
    Just one more thing I have somebody's spikes, that where left in our tent and will return them to there rightful owner at training this week.
    Regards
    Richard  & Jeanette Elliott
  • Tadworth 10 Multi-terrain – 4th January 2015

    Click here for the full results.
    Pos
    Time
    Name
    Cat
    30
    1:07:15
    Tina Oldershaw
    FV40
    2nd Female, 1st FV40 and 1st Aged Graded Female

Comments are closed.