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Cross Country Results for 2006/7

Bennett Cup - 2006/7 Final Positions 1-04-07
31/03/07 - Closing 5 1-04-07
10/03/07 - National Cross Country 13-03-07
11/02/07 - Nike YA Cross-Country 5-03-07
24/02/07 - SLH Mob Match 5-03-07
11/02/07 - Nike YA Cross-Country 15-02-07
3/02/07 - Ranelagh Mob Match 13-02-07
27/01/07 - SOUTH OF ENGLAND CROSS COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIP HOLKHAM HALL, NORFOLK
20/01/07 - Orion Mob Match 20-01-07
13/01/07 - Open 10k C-C & Masters Championships 13-01-07
6/01/07 - KCAA Cross Country Championships 8-01-07
23/12/06 - Christmas 5 mile Handicap 27-12-06
16/12/06 - Kent Cross Country League at Tunbridge Wells 19-12-06
9/12/06 - Kent Masters Championships at Swanley 11-12-06
3/12/06 - Club 10 4-12-06
18/11/06 - International Cross-Country in Falkirk 12-12-06
18/11/06 - Kent League, Danson Park 20-11-06
4/11/06 - ENGLISH NATIONAL CROSS COUNTRY RELAY CHAMPIONSHIPS, MANSFIELD Photos  8-11-06
4/11/06 - Ranelagh Mass Mob Match 5-11-06
14/10/06 - Club 5 14-10-06
7/10/06 - Kent League, Capstone Park 20-10-06
Kent League Time Table 28-09-06
16/09/06 - Cross-Country Relay, Sparrows Den 20-09-06
Bennett Cup - 2005/6 Season Final Results 17-09-06

10/03/07 - National Cross Country

Well done to all those that competed in the National Cross Country on Saturday.
The weekend was an outstanding success, which everyone seemed to enjoy.
There were some very good individual performances and the team finished in a good 15th position. Much improved on last years team placing. The results were:

122 Alex Gibbins
135 Peter Tucker
177 Jon Thorpe
205 Eammon Prendergast
231 Darryl Hillier
248 Neil Humphreys - (15th Team with 6 to score)

256 Dave McKinlay
396 Neil Ayrton
447 Dave Griffin - (9th Team with 9 to score)
469 Richard Hall
482 Brendan McShane
506 Steve Hough
514 Ian Taylor
621 Con Griffin
799 Doug Hunter
881 Andy Edwards

Well done chaps, yet another good winter, next year will be the year for Silverware!! Looking forward to it already

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Nike YA Cross-Country 25 February 2007

Nike Challenge Results

Under 11

Position

Number

Name

Surname

Time

AgeGroup

Age

1

60

Georgina

Kennedy

00:07:51

U11

9

2

33

Richard

Webb

00:08:17

U11

10

3

67

Ella

Pegg

00:08:32

U11

11

4

32

Gavin

Benson

00:08:51

U11

11

5

31

Bailey

Stickings

00:09:02

U11

8

6

58

Joshua

Noone

00:09:03

U11

8

7

54

Sonia

Woolhouse

00:09:07

U11

10

8

57

Jon

Pairman

00:09:17

U11

10

9

63

Jocelyn

Grant

00:09:25

U11

10

10

59

Daniel

Hillier

00:09:27

U11

10

11

40

Polly

Humphries

00:09:27

U11

9

12

68

Amber-Rose

Vizzini

00:09:49

U11

9

13

55

Daniel

Tarrant

00:09:57

U11

8

14

34

Andy

Flagg

00:09:57

U11

9

15

39

Oliver

Dowling

00:10:14

U11

8

16

64

Storm

Warren

00:10:59

U11

9

17

69

Leah

McDonald

00:11:02

U11

10

 

Under 13 

Position

Number

Name

Surname

Time

AgeGroup

1

65

Sam

Jackson

00:12:00

U13

2

35

Anthony

Moore

00:12:20

U13

3

53

Gregory

Proctor

00:12:37

U13

4

30

Thomas

Scott

00:12:51

U13

5

37

Holly

Fletcher

00:14:56

U11

6

70

Sam

Halls

00:15:58

U13

7

66

Charlotte

Hughes-Broughton

00:17:07

U13

8

71

Eleanor

Dumper

00:17:13

U13

9

56

Emily

Mills

00:17:22

U13

  

Under 15

Position

Number

Name

Surname

Time

AgeGroup

1

36

Jonathan

Halls

00:15:47

U15

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Nike YA Cross-Country 11 February 2007

Age Group

U11

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Position

Number

Name

Surname

Time

AgeGroup

Age

1

25

Georgina

Kennedy

00:07:25

U11

9

2

14

Jack

Thompson

00:08:01

Junior

106

3

16

Bailey

Stickings

00:08:17

U11

8

4

15

Tom

Mason

00:08:19

U11

8

5

17

Alex

Lambert

00:08:25

U11

9

6

13

Joshua

Noone

00:08:27

U11

8

7

19

Jon

Pairman

00:08:41

U11

10

8

20

Archie

Paterson

00:08:41

U11

9

9

27

Louise

Davison

00:08:50

U11

9

10

12

Daniel

Hillier

00:09:11

U11

10

11

22

Daniel

Tarrant

00:09:14

U11

8

12

28

Alicia

Harris

00:09:17

U11

10

13

24

Jocelyn

Grant

00:09:25

U11

10

14

29

Elizabeth

Kelleher

00:09:35

U11

10

15

11

Shannon

Cordell

00:10:56

U11

9

16

21

Jack

Swatton

00:12:05

U11

8

17

26

Gerald

Sargeant

00:12:15

U11

9

 

Age Group

U13

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Position

Number

Name

Surname

Time

AgeGroup

1

42

Robert

Yates

00:11:18

U13

2

52

Sam

Jackson

00:12:15

U13

3

45

Anthony

Moore

00:12:27

U13

4

51

Jessica

Jones

00:13:01

U13

5

47

George

Brindley

00:13:54

U11

6

44

Holly

Fletcher

00:14:48

U11

7

18

Emily

Betts

00:17:25

U13

 

Age Group

U15

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Position

Number

Name

Surname

Time

AgeGroup

1

62

Stephen

Cavey

00:13:02

U15

2

49

Hector

Kurtyanek

00:13:44

U15

3

43

Joseph

Ewing

00:15:27

U13

4

61

Jonathan

Halls

00:15:45

U15

5

46

Lucy

Saker

00:15:49

U15

6

48

William

Wilkes-Wood

00:17:33

U15

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SOUTH OF ENGLAND CROSS COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIP
HOLKHAM HALL, NORFOLK, 27 JAN 2007

Senior Women 8k
19 Siobhan Budd 31.25
29 Jennie Butler 31.52
36 Shavaun Henry 32.28
45 Fran Green 33.17 129 points, 2ND Team
84 Jane Bradshaw 36.05
96 Clare Lodwig 36.46
103 Carolyna Jones Baldock 37.19
109 Kirsty Philp 37.43
119 Annie McDonough 38.47

Finally!!! We did it. No-one was injured, and no-one was ill, and everyone ran really well. The course itself wasn’t too challenging and the good weather meant the times were fast. Shavaun and Siobhan chased each other round the first lap, with Jennie not far behind. Coming into the second lap Siobhan was our leading lady with Jennie picking her was through the other runners. Shavaun held her position with Fran gradually catching up. Knowing they were in with a chance the girls put everything into the race and we got a brilliant result Leading the rest of our runners in, and competing for the club for the first time, was Jane Bradshaw in 84th.

This is the first time the Senior Women's Cross Country Team have been in a medal position at an event as prestigious as the Southern XC Championships. They all deserve a huge Congratulations!!!

With the University Championships next week and the Inter-Counties in a month we may see some more good individual performances before the Nationals. We only have 5 weeks to go before the final team challenge at the Nationals and hopefully we can keep fit and healthy and prove our strength up in Sunderland.

Kate

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6 January 2007 - KCAA Cross Country Championships

KENT COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIPS DELING SHOWGROUND

U20
1 Bryony Proctor 24.52
7 Ella Fisher 28.34
10 Vanessa Evans 31.24

Senior Women
6 Shavaun Henry 29.01
8 Siobhan Budd 29.18
18 Bella Clayton 31.47 2nd Team
39 Clare Lodwig 34.47
56 Anne Cilia 47.53

This years Championships moved from Sevenoaks to Detling Showground. Despite being relatively flat, the course was quite tough due to being run over very soggy ground.

Our top 3 put us in second position behind Medway, again, who filled the top 5 places. Well done to Shavaun and Siobhan, who both did very well despite the bad weather, and muddy ground.

Sadly we didn’t have enough runners to qualify for the 6 score. Our u20 girls did very well, getting the gold medals for the team, as well as being won overall by Bryony.

Kate


Top Under 20 Team - James Poole, Richard Daniel & Danny Brewer. Richard is wearing Andrew Conway's medal, we assume because Andrew missed the presentation!

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16 December 2006 - Kent Cross Country League

SENIOR WOMEN 5K

1 Jennie Butler 21.00
4 Fran Green 21.54
9 Bella Clayton 22.46 2nd Team
15 Ella Fisher 23.53
17 Bridget Davey 24.13
18 Lisa Page 24.21
29 Annie McDonough 25.22
30 Clare Lodwig 25.31
41 Kirsty Philp 26.24
48 Anne Cillia 27.00
55 Tara Emary 28.32
57 Justine Eastbury 28.53

This was the last of our Kent Leagues for the year and it was all out to win.  In another very large field we still produced a fifth of the entire field.

Right from the start Jennie took the lead, and stayed there, and after a bit of chasing around in the woods, Jennie had made a big gap which wasn't challenged. Fran had another very good run, finishing 4th, her best result. Bella was just within the top ten but unfortunately Medway had 2nd, 3rd and 5th, so we came second on the day.

We had equal points at the end of the league but again, Medway beat us on overall points with 49 against our 72.

Still, a very good result. Well done to everyone who took part, we had more runners this year again, and it showed in the field.

On the personal performance results we had 4 in the top 20;
5 Bella Clayton 33 points
6 Ella Fisher 68
8 Annie Mc Donough 104
16 Anne Cillia 182

And... in the Vets category
2 Annie McDonough 38
6 Anne Cillia 182

Excellent running ladies, I look forward to seeing you all again in next years league!!

Kate

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9 December 2006 - Kent Masters Championships at Swanley

Ladies results
W35
5th Bridget Davey
9th Miranda Porritt
10th lisa Page
12th Angela Cook
15th Amanda Ttaylor
21st Claire Robinson
B&B 1st W35 team

W45
3rd Annie Mcdonough
10th Anne Cilia
15th Alison Jelly
B&B 3rd W45 team

Good results for the ladies, our 35's successfully defended the title from last year. Good to have Lisa out in vets xc for the first time and also a debut for Amanda Taylor and Claire Robinson who had good runs. Despite recent injury Bridget and Miranda were valuable team members in the scoring 3, as always and good to have Angela and Alison both of whom had solid runs and congratulations to Annie, our only individual medal winner 3rd place in the w45s. We've never been placed in the 45s team before so our improvement continues.

Thanks to everyone for turning out on what proved to be a beautiful day and well done team!

Mens results
M40
5th Neil Ayrton
16th Mark Watling
25th Ian Taylor
32nd Mick Jones
55th Nick Barber
B&B 3rd team

Good runs all round, more people would be better, injuries permitting! A storming finish from Neil took him from 7th to 5th in the final run in.

M50
1st Alan Camp
2nd Tim Soutar
13th Graham Coates
16th Trevor Symmons
20th Rob Brown
26th Jim Bailey
29th Chris Pike
B&B 1st team

Fantastic runs by Alan and Tim, ably backed up by Graham who was the 3rd scorer. As usual backed up by Rob, Jim and Chris ever present in their support

M60
5th Mike Cronin

Sadly Mike Martineau dnf he had a major breakdown with his shoe.

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18 November 2006 International Cross-Country in Falkirk

Dave Taylor won outright the veterans International Cross-Country in Falkirk and Alan Camp was 8th (5th English runner) in the M50s race. Both were running for England and helped the country to team victory in each case.

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Kent League, Danson Park 18 November 2006

SENIOR WOMEN 5K

6 Fran Green 25.02
11 Bella Clayton 25.58
17 Viv Mitchell 26.59 2nd Team
18 Ella Fisher 27.20
20 Lisa Page 27.32
22 Kate Pratten 27.42
25 Clare Lodwig 28.01
26 Kirsty Philp 28.05
34 Annie McDonough 28.35
49 Anne Cillia 30.00
53 Tara Emery 30.38
64 Justine Eastbury 33.00

There was a massive field at the senior womens race at Danson Park, helped along by the perfect conditions and afternoon sunshine. Over 70 runners started, 15 of which wore our vests, but alas 3 dropped out. We didn’t quite manage to uphold our winning streak, but came in 2nd behind Medway, who had pulled out all the stops with a triple of 1st, 2nd and 3rd overall. Our three scorers were Fran, who is continuing her good form, in 6th, Bella in 11th and Viv Mitchell in 17th, who has swapped allegiance from our mob rivals SLH. A great turn out, Well Done to everyone.

Next (and final) Fixture; 16 December, Tunbridge Wells

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ENGLISH NATIONAL CROSS COUNTRY RELAY CHAMPIONSHIPS - BERRY HILL PARK, MANSFIELD 4 NOVEMBER 2006

Photos here...

The Young Athletes team departed Norman Park for Nottingham on Friday without the services of Sherlock Holmes and his faithful assistants. No doubt this was due to the fact that Jimmy Stink was not on board. To everyone's joy Grumpy had been left behind replaced by the Sherriff of Nottingham. Casanova had turned down the opportunity join the tour, no doubt the prospect of cold shoulder had sent him off to a Premier League Rugby match instead.

The Sherriff guided the tour party in good time to the "Nick" for the night. The new inmates were disappointed that they were not able to swim after their supper. Pat ‘The Cameraman’ once again managed to breakout to sample the wares of the local taverns. The evening passed without the need for reinforcements to be called in to keep the peace.

The best of autumn weather and the Tent greeted us on our arrival at Berry Hill Park. Much to his team managers delight Julian produced a complete pair of spikes for the first race of the day. His delight was however short lived as Ross declared that he only had road shoes. Jess however came to his rescue with the loan of her shoes.

The performance of the day was achieved by the under 15 girls who finished 10th in their race. The cry of best Kent club was heard throughout the day as the Tonbridge tent had taken its athletes to Belgium for a round of the Lotto Cross Cup.

The most notable victory of the day was that in tent race, where even though they got off to a flying start the Shaftsbury Barnet tent could not hold it together in the anchor leg. As they attempted to move past we held our ground, led to SB tent failing to finish and limping back with a couple of broken spars. This is in no doubt due to John "The Tent" Robinson for laying a solid foundation of endurance work and core strength.

Not so lucky were the entire team who attempted to break the record for the number of athletes on JR's chair. The only thing that was broken was the chair, which was seen hobbling off minus a leg.

The team provided great support for other members of the B&B team utilising their full vocal range. Not so lucky were some unsuspecting competitors who were encouraged into the muddiest patches of the course;

The results as published are as follows;

Under 15 Girls "A"

Team Position

Leg Time

Amy Dematos

4

07:12.55

Sophie Gordon

13

07:48.55

Danielle Critchley

10

07:28.00

Team

10th out of 67

22:29.10

 

 

 

Under 15 Girls "B"

 

 

Rebecca Smith

40

07:50.65

Sophia Maslin

36

08:01.85

Jess Saville

26

07:48.00

Team

26th out of 67

23:40.50

 

 

 

Under 13 Boys

 

 

George Gregory

25

07:34.80

Tom Scott

38

08:24.40

Gregory Proctor

31

08:04.05

Team

31st out of 52

24:03.25

 

 

 

Under 15 Boys "A"

 

 

Andrew York

36

06:53.40

Hector Kurtyanek

46

07:19.05

Philip Sesemann

36

06:50.50

Team

36th out of 71

21:02.95

 

 

 

Under 15 Boys "B"

 

 

Julian Ayisi

57

07:07.05

Ross Braden

56

07:23.50

William Andrew

69

08:36.10

Team

69th out of 71

23:06.65

 

 

 

Under 17 Men

 

 

Samuel Simpson

50

10:10.95

Alex Bruce-Littlewood

?

09:47.15

Cameron Ward

29

10:26.75

Team

29th out of 56

30:24.85

 

 

 

Junior Men "A"

 

 

James Poole

8

09:07.35

Danny Brewer

12

09:36.30

Andrew Conway

29

10:21.55

Team

29th out of 51

29:05.20

 

 

 

Junior Men "B"

 

 

Jon Vintner

61

10:06.75

Richard Daniel

52

10:17.15

Richard Davies

46

10:33.05

 

46th out of 51

30:56.95

Senior Men

Well done to the guys who raced on Saturday at the National Cross Country relays in Mansfield.
The race was fantastic to watch and all the teams ran particularly well.
After Jaime Atkinson's good opening leg (19th), Michael Skinner had a fantastic run to bring the team through to second position. Alex Gibbins took over and just at the start of his second lap moved us in to the lead, albeit for a short time, he handed to Peter Tucker in 9th place. Peter ran a solid leg to finish the team in 16th position. The 'B' Team performed well with Dave McKinley, Daniel Ryan, Jon Thorpe and Richard Hall all running good times.

The results were:
Blackheath & Bromley 'A' Team

Jaime Atkinson - 15.23 (19th)
Michael Skinner - 14.45 (2nd)
Alex Gibbins - 16.16 (9th)
Peter Tucker - 16.41 (16th)

Blackheath & Bromley 'B' Team

Dave McKinley - 16.49 (72nd)
Daniel Ryan - 17.39 (77th)
Jon Thorpe - 16.56 (65th)
Richard Hall - 18.43 (66th)

Well done lads a good weekends work, this is just the warm up for next years assault on some major silverware.
The squad is getting stronger and when the boys in the US are back, we will have one SERIOUSLY HOT team.

Nick

SENIOR WOMEN 3K

23RD 33.41

40 Shavaun Henry 11.10
36 Fran Green 11.40
23 Jennie Butler 10.50

The conditions under foot were perfect at Berry Hill, and our senior women had a great run. With over 100 teams on the start line first off was Shavaun Henry, who, in an incredibly fast leg came in 40th. Fran Green held on and picked up a few places before handing over to Jennie Butler who ran through the field to an excellent finish in 23rd. There was a great atmosphere at the event with most of our age categories being represented. We all stayed behind to watch the senior mens race, which as those of us who were there will testify, turned out to be a nailbitingly exciting race to watch!
Well done to the team!
Kate

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KENT LEAGUE, CAPSTONE PARK 7 OCTOBER 2006

SENIOR WOMEN

1 JENNIE BUTLER 18.41
5 BRYONY PROCTOR 19.29
6 BELLA CLAYTON 19.41
10 CLARE LODWIG 21.19
11 ANNIE MCDONOUGH 21.21
16 ELLA FISHER 21.43
17 CAROLYNA JONES BALDOCK 21.55
20 KATE PRATTEN 22.08
28 KARYN O’MAHONEY 22.34
38 ANNE CILLIA 23.38
40 TARA EMERY 23.51
42 JUSTINE EASTBURY 23.59
43 NICOLE AIREY (guest) 24.06

What a brilliant start to the cross country season. Twelve seniors lined up on the start and 8 finished within the top 20!

Our very own Jennie Butler won the race outright, despite being sent in the wrong direction and having to chase the field to regain pole position. Next in was our U20, Bryony Proctor competing in the senior race and showing she is more than capable of keeping up! 3rd to score was Bella Clayton just behind. Needless to say with such good results we came 1st!

A mention also to Clare Lodwig who had a flying run and stormed home in 10th place, her highest position yet. Well done to Justine Eastbury and Tara Emery who competed for the first time.

Well done everyone.
Next fixture; 28 October, Tonbridge.

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Kent Cross Country League 2006

Timetable for the Kent League fixtures are as follows:

 

7 & 28 October

18 November

16 December

U13 G

12.30pm

12.00pm

U15 G

1.10pm

12.40pm

U17/20W   

1.50pm

1.20pm

Sen/Vet W 

2.30pm

2.00pm

 

 

 

U13 Boys

12.50pm

12.20pm

U15 Boys

1.30pm

1.00pm

U17/20 Men   

2.10pm

1.40pm

Senior Men

3.00pm

2.30pm

NOTE: Fixture on 16 Dec does not include Senior Men. Their fixture is at Swanley on 17 Feb also starts at 2.30pm.

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