Weekly Roundup, November 20th – 26th
British and Irish Masters Photographs
Since last week’s roundup, some more photographs from the British and Irish Masters Cross Country Championships have been posted.
East Wales Selections
Hot on the back of excellent performance at Rogerstone, Jamie Parry, Stephen Mathers, Adam Roberts and Harry Davies have been selected to represent the men in the East Wales in the Inter Regional Championships.
We’ve also had six ladies selected to represent the region – Hannah Williams, Danielle Phillips, Sarah Lane Coote, Keri-Lyn Jones, Kathleen Jervis and Alison Holton.
Update: Also selected for East Wales is Neil Bynon for the men and Julie Cashell and Melissa Pearce for the ladies. Unfortunately, Melissa Pearce was selected but could’t
Nicola Jukes’ Surprise in the Post
Nicola Jukes received a nice surprise in the post this week with a cheque for her placing in the Swansea Bay 10K. Always nice to get a financial reward for your achievements.
No PBs to report this week but a 7 pints of ‘Bow and some shots meant that Laura Hire got her butt kicked by her family. However, the hangover-fuelled parkrun was her fastest since March.
Howling Bull the Third
6 Miles. Multi Terrain. 750ft Elevation. It’s the Howling Bull! 10 club members competed in the tough trail race and with team prizes up for grabs, a pep talk from captain Rachel ensured the ladies came away with the prize although they almost missed out due to a miscalculation by the organisers.
Nicola Jukes was also the fourth lady home and 1st FV40. In case you’re wondering what’s in the Ribena and Lucozade bottles, it’s home-made cider!
Kim led her little gang on a pre-cake run to Trefil on Sunday. Judging by the photos posted on FB, it was a fun run!
Snowy Black Mountains Run
The snowy conditions didn’t put off Sarah Jeremiah from heading out into the Black Mountains for a planned run. Looks chilly!
Two big races go on sale on Friday December 1st – the Snowdonia Marathon and the flattest race on the planet (Lliswerry 8). Being a guinea pig for some Bangor University research, Sam Standerwick has already signed up for Snowdonia. I wonder how many other club members will register?
CiRF (Coaching in Running Fitness)
Our chairman Damian Williams attended the 2nd day of a 4 day Coaching in Running Fitness (CiRF) course on Sunday. This is a big step forward for the club and will lead the way for other members to embark upon in 2018.