Results for September, 2001

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Royal Regatta 5, Dartmouth, 01/09/2001

Only the husband and wife partnership of Jon & Helen Parkinson took on this event this year, Jon winning the race (29:25) with Helen 2nd lady and 15th overall (31:14)



Saltram 5K, 01/09/2001

I don't know anything about this event except the numbers below!
5 Martin Owen 2nd O/40 16:56
9 Vicky Pincombe 1st lady 17:10



Palmers Half Marathon, Exmouth, 02/09/2001

Mike Feighan led a Blues squad to a team victory in the popular Exmouth half, backed up by pb's from four men who have been having fabulous late summer performances. Simon's run also earned him the first veteran trophy.
3 Mike Feighan   1:12:39
4 Simon Edney 1st O/40 1:12:52 pb
8 Kevin Heywood   1:15:35 pb
23 Stuart Philps   1:25:50 pb
48 Jim Murray   1:31:08 pb
68 Neil Marke   1:34:30
101 Steve Ashmore   1:39:10
129 Alan Heard   1:42:26
158 Eric Hubber   1:48:16
221 Frank Dunlop   2:01:29



Back In 5, Torrington, 09/09/2001

Torrington AC are trying to build this event up to be a major event in the autumn calendar, and there were many voices of praise for the event and the course they have put together. Blues were of course to the fore, Simon Edney getting a well-deserved race win ahead of Bill and Kevin. As Simon was first home and first vet, a "first senior man" award was made to Bill. A similar circumstance happened in the ladies, with the first lady home, Lorraine also taking first vet. Our other age group winner was Alan Cox.
1 Simon Edney 27:13
2 Bill O'Donnell 27:30
3 Kevin Heywood 27:44
6 Ricky Butler 29:01
8 Bill Siviter 30:11
10 Robin Southcombe 30:38
11 Stuart Philps 30:41
13 Ollie Gilmore 31:06
17 Alan Cox 32:04
19 Steve Davies 32:23
20 Norman Bolton 32:45
22 Lorraine Clements 32:53
27 Andy Jewell 33:29
30 Ian Mansford 33:43
31 Mark Gilbert 33:48
33 Shaun Kenneally 34:24
34 Neil Paddon 34:33
35 Jim Murray 34:40
36 Dave Price 35:08
38 Andy Watts 35:26
39 Alan Heard 36:09
42 Laura Fisher 36:27
45 Lorraine Kenneally 37:02
47 Steve Ashmore 37:29
54 Eric Hubber 39:59
56 Sue Hamilton 40:17
58 Charles Davis 41:08
73 Sharon Bolton 48:10
74 Stephanie Jenkins 48:12



Reebok DMX Lake Vyrnwy Half Marathon, 16/09/2001
268 Dave Price 1:35:55



Court Canter, Arlington, 22/09/2001

This event was put off from its normal spring date due to the foot and mouth restrictions, but the National Trust was able to find this alternative date. Jon Parkinson and Martin Owen led the Blues to a 1-2, with a successful Parkinson family day being completed by Helen who was second in the ladies event.
1 Jon Parkinson   36:43
2 Martin Owen 1st O/40 36:59
15 Stuart Philps   40:34
16 Peter Rigler   41:01
17 Paul Sturtridge 3rd O/45 41:33
20 Norman Bolton   41:49
21 Maurice Cockwill 3rd O/50 41:53
23 Helen Parkinson 2nd lady 43:10
26 Steve Turner   43:33
32 Ian Mansford   44:29
42 Andy Jewell   46:55
43 Alan Heard   46:56
45 Steve Sanders   47:36
46 Steve Ashmore   47:39
54 Dave Bowden   50:08
67 Sue Hamilton 2nd O/40 54:15
68 Keith Bowden   54:29
83 Sharon Bolton   1:03:40
84 Stephanie Jenkins   1:05:15
85 Lorrie Woolgar   1:05:16



Manchester Marathon, Manchester, 23/09/2001

Simon Edney appears to be in the form of his life at the moment, as he raced to 4th overall and 2nd vet over the course that is to be used for the 2002 Commonwealth Games. His time was 2:30:22. Steve Davis also competed, finishing 59th (2:53:15)



Ladies Only 10K, Newton Abbot, 23/09/2001

Only the mother/daughter combination of Jenny & Lorraine competed at Newton Abbot this year.
11 Lorraine Kenneally 43:29
102 Jenny Cockwill 55:42



Truro Half Marathon, 23/09/2001

Apparently this event has changed it's course from the killer one used in years gone by, but times suggest it is still pretty tough.
2 Kevin Heywood 1:15:14
36 Neil Marke 1:30:01
46 Jenny Mills 1:33:51
76 Paul Jennings 1:38:18



Southern 4-Stage Vets Relays, Aldershot, 29/09/2001

Never before have we had a result like this. Our quartet of Mike Spencer, Peter Hockin, Simon Edney and Ricky Butler WON the South of England O/40 Relays. Mike led the squad off, coming in 9th taking 20:09 for the 6km loop. Peter then took off, recording our fastest time of the day (19:31) to lift the team into second. Simon, the eldest of the quartet at 42 (suggesting there's more to come in the future!) took us into a lead with 20:06, and then Ricky held the lead at a static 64 seconds running 20:25, the same time as his nearest challenger to complete a historic victory.



Deane DLO 10K, Taunton, 30/09/2001

No fewer than 22 Blues lined up in the wind and rain for the Taunton 10K, held this year over a new course due to remaining foot and mouth restrictions. No surprises for guessing that Vicky Pincombe collected another first lady prize, another in a superb sequence of runs in 35:47 for 9th overall. Andrew Wilson picked up 1st U/17 as he ran a well judged race for a pb, and Lorrie was a somewhat surprised winner of the O/40 ladies. Also well deserving of a mention was Charles, who set an inaugural O/70 record with a time that could well stand for years.
9 Vicky Pincombe 1st lady 35:47
22 Stuart Philps   37:11 =pb
33 Maurice Cockwill 2nd O/50 38:58
45 Andrew Wilson 1st U/17 40:10 pb
56 Jim Murray   40:57
57 Tony Andrews   41:00
63 Ian Mansford   41:18
70 Dave Price   41:40 pb
76 Andy Watts   41:50
100 Lorraine Kenneally   43:03
105 Alan Heard   43:18
136 Laura Fisher   44:55
154 Steve Ashmore   46:19
180 Charles Davis   47:46
192 Bob Wootton   48:36 pb
208 Jane Utting   49:48 pb
211 Kaye Allen   50:02
225 Anna Squire   51:06
241 Frank Dunlop   52:54
246 Jenny Cockwill   53:29
253 Michelle Lewzey   53:49 pb
254 Lorrie Woolgar 1st O/40 53:49


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