Results for October, 2002

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Brixham 10K, Brixham, 06/10/2002

Best run of the Blues in this event has to be Helen's - coming inside the top ten overall and taking first lady honours. Husband Jon narrowly missed making it a family double - just finding one man too good for him, while Alec picked up first vet
2 Jon Parkinson   36:15
6 Alec McLaren 1st vet, 1st O/45 37:15
8 Helen Parkinson 1st lady 38:56
49 Jamie McLaren   44:53
81 John Matthews   51:59



Manchester Marathon, Manchester, 13/10/2002

Steve Davis was back temporarily from Germany to run this race, coming 28th in 2:50:05



Westward League Cross Country, Redruth, 13/10/2002

The weather for the first cross-country of this season reminded us of that of the last meeting of last season. A good day for Blues, especially if your initials were "KH" as both Kevin Heywood and Kirsty Hamilton ran superbly to win easily.

Teams - U/13 B - 9th, U/15 B - =3rd, U/17 B - 5th, SM - 16th, U/13 G - 7th, U/15 G - 8th, SL 3rd & 12th

Under 13 Girls
Pos Name Time
20 Erica Woolgar 14:20
24 Hayley Wilson 14:48

Under 13 Boys
Pos Name Time
23 Luke Rigler 12:42

Under 15 Girls
Pos Name Time
1 Kirsty Hamilton 15:09
23 Kirsty Rigler 20:54

Under 15 Boys
Pos Name Time
4 Reece Woolgar 17:59
10 Darren Hatch 19:16

Under 17 Boys
Pos Name Time
6 Nick Daniel 23:20
11 Jamie McLaren 24:54

Senior Ladies
Pos Name Age group Time
6 Lorraine Clements 2nd O/40 20:44
24 Lorrie Woolgar 6th O/40 24:16
25 Sue Hamilton 7th O/40 24:20
30 Tracey Wilson 6th O/35 25:18
38 Catherine Gardner 9th O/35 28:08

Senior Men
Pos Name Age group Time
1 Kevin Heywood   28:06
9 Mike Spencer 3rd O/40 30:02
54 Peter J Rigler   34:26



North Devon 10K, South Molton, 13/10/2002

Another clash with the first Westward League cross country did not dilute either the quality or quantity of Blues challenge at South Molton, as we claimed team title for both men and ladies.
2 Peter Hockin 1st O/40 33:57
4 Jon Parkinson   35:25
10 Alec McLaren   36:43
12 Maddy Clarke-Gay 1st lady 36:57
13 Mark Field   37:04
16 Stuart Philps   37:20
21 Bill Siviter   37:46
24 Helen Parkinson 2nd lady 38:04
27 Glenn Aitchison   38:18
32 Paul Thomas   38:44
35 Andy Jewell   39:01
36 Matty Chamberlain   39:13
41 Andrew Wilson   39:40
52 Steve Clements   41:17
56 Steve Turner   41:30
72 Tony Andrews   42:29
74 Lorraine Kenneally   42:35
75 Alan Cox   42:37
84 Ian Mansford   43:06
97 Sam Hammond   44:37
99 Dave Higgins   44:44
117 Dave Bowden   47:12
134 Bruce Gardner   49:20
139 Jane Utting   49:52
146 Jo Bedler   50:52
150 Annette Murray   51:31
160 Karen Ballantyne   52:20
168 Frank Dunlop   53:20
169 Jo Wilson   53:32
175 Jenny Cockwill   53:51
178 Anna Squire   54:18
180 Michelle Lewzey   54:40
183 Sue Oliver   54:57
185 Mary Pool   54:59
187 Elizabeth Fellowes   55:18
197 Tracy Lark   56:01
199 Tara Horrell   56:12
200 Claire Bone   56:13
201 Stephanie Jenkins   56:14
203 Hazel Bowden   56:20



Weymouth 10, Weymouth, 19/10/2002
95 Elizabeth Higgins 1:11:04
110 Dave Higgins 1:12:23



Stroud Half Marathon, Stroud, 27/10/2002

A huge event - nearly 1200 finishers with three Kenyans and a Russian in the top four. Blues not far behind though - Mike in 12th, and Vicky running excellently after the World Duathlon to claim first lady prize, with Maddy also having an excellent outing.
12 Mike Feighan   1:14:33
17 Vicky Pincombe 1st lady 1:15:28
53 Maddy Clarke-Gay 6th lady 1:20:34



Devon Sports Hall League, Dawlish, 27/10/2002

The first meeting of the new season saw terrible weather meaning loads of young athletes, not just from our club, being unable to travel. The three who did get to Dawlish excelled, especially Matthew who picked up a pair of first places.

Under 11 Boys
Adam Glover 4 Laps, 2nd, 55.3 2 Lap Hurdles, 4th, 28.5 Speed Bounce, 5th, 47

Under 13 Girls
Leanne Glover 2 Laps, 7th, 25.3 4 Laps, 3rd, 54.1 Vertical Jump, 13th, 0.37

Under 13 Boys
Matthew Cawsey 4 Laps, 3rd, 50.7 Standing Long Jump, 1st, 2.12 Standing Triple Jump, 1st, 6.47



Exmoor Stagger, Minehead, 27/10/2002

32 Norman Bolton 2:21:59
52 Paul Jennings 2:28:35



Adidas Dublin Marathon, Dublin, 28/10/2002

A large party of Blues crossed the Irish Sea for a weekend of Guinness, and, oh yeah, a 26 mile race in between. No suprises that Peter led our group home inside the top 50, Alec also running well and Jim frustratingly just missing the magic 3 hour mark for the second straight marathon.
46 Peter Hockin 2:41:32
126 Alec McLaren 2:54:05
210 Jimmy Murray 3:01:22
243 Neil Marke 3:03:52
522 Neil Paddon 3:18:23
666 Adrian Vanstone 3:22:39
630 Simon Lacey 3:22:08
933 Clive Bright 3:32:48
1184 Andy Watts 3:40:05
1858 Stuart Wilson 3:53:40
3212 Dave Cousins 4:22:27
3282 Eric Hubber 4:24:58
3986 Frank Dunlop 4:43:19


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