Results for November, 2002
Westward League Cross Country, St Austell, 03/11/2002
Kirsty repeated her Redruth victory in even more convincing fashion (winning by over 30 seconds). Kevin, unfortunately, found one too good for him today but keeps the overall series lead. Lorraine had a superb run in the ladies, while we had a number of other top ten places.
Teams - U/13 G - 5th, U/15 G - 6th, SL - 5th & 16th, U/13 B - 4th, U/15 B - =2nd, U/17 B 1st, SM 2nd & 29th
Under 13 Girls
Under 13 Boys
Under 15 Girls
Under 15 Boys
Under 17 Boys
|2||Lorraine Clements||1st O/40||19:41|
|29||Sue Hamilton||8th O/40||23:39|
|31||Lorrie Woolgar||10th O/40||23:56|
|33||Tracey Wilson||6th O/35||24:41|
|5||Ricky Butler||1st O/40||28:33|
|21||Peter L Rigler||30:12|
|54||Andy Jewell||9th O/40||33:02|
|64||Peter J Rigler||34:09|
Cheddar Half Marathon, Cheddar, 10/11/2002
Kevin is in fine form at the moment, and ran a personal best here. Jeff also ran a faster half than ever before.
|2||Kevin Heywood||1:10:11 pb|
|3||Peter Hockin||1st O/40||1:11:54|
Tavy 7, Tavistock, 10/11/2002
Our vets were out in fine form at Tavistock with Ricky just getting the better of Simon, with Alec also claiming first in his age group.
|1||Ricky Butler||1st O/40||38:44|
|2||Simon Edney||2nd O/40||39:44|
|13||Alec McLaren||1st O/45||41:36|
Drogo 10, Castle Drogo, 10/11/2002
Surprisingly only the Owens competed in the last of this year's National Trust series, held over 10 miles in a multi-terrain environment. Martin was just beaten in the mens event, but Lucy had a clear victory in the corresponding ladies race, winning by 4 minutes.
|2||Martin Owen||2nd Vet||1:10:47|
|20||Lucy Owen||1st Lady||1:20:07|
Reebok International Cross Country Series, Margate, 17/11/2002
Margate on the Kent coast is a long way to travel for a race, but the chance to represent the South West in the trials for selection for the European Championships was the honour given to three of our runners. In the ladies event the two Vickys, Pincombe and Rolfe ran, while Kevin Heywood took part in the mens event.
Devon Sports Hall League, Dawlish, 17/11/2002
A good solid all-round team performance, with all our squad making the top four in at least on event. Top marks to Matthew and Holly, who each claimed a runner-up spot.
Under 13 Girls
|Chloë Bright||2 Laps, 7th, 25.3||Speed Bounce, 4th, 55|
|Leanne Glover||2 Laps, 7th, 25.3||4 Laps, 4th, 53.8||Vertical Jump, 9th, 0.38|
Under 13 Boys
|Matthew Cawsey||4 Laps, 4th, 49.8||Standing Long Jump, 2nd, 2.14||Standing Triple Jump, 5th, 5.86|
|Silas Earl||Shot Putt, 4th, 5.62||Standing Long Jump, 10th, 1.91||Standing Triple Jump, 7th, 5.36|
Under 15 Girls
|Hazel Earl||Speed Bounce, 4th, 68||Vertical Jump, 3rd, 0.46||Standing Triple Jump, 6th, 5.56|
Under 17 Girls
|Holly Earl||Shot Putt, 4th, 5.61||Vertical Jump, 4th, 0.36||Standing Long Jump, 2nd, 1.59|
Cornish Marathon, Rilla Mill, 17/11/2002
Just two of our long-distance specialists attempted the Cornish Marathon this year.
|48||Paul Jennings||13th O/40||3:40:58|
|124||Frank Dunlop||14th O/50||5:04:09|
Wolverton 5, Milton Keynes, 23/11/2002
Vicky Pincombe picked up first lady honours in this high-class race, finishing 41st overall in 27:50
Ross Shield, Tiverton, 24/11/2002
A rare result - a husband and wife double in the Devon road race Championship with Jon and Helen cleaning up. Simon and Mike had good runs to make top five, while further back Peter J had a superb race and Maurice competed for the first time in 3 months. A good host of age group medals as well.
|4||Simon Edney||2nd O/40||34:07|
|13||Alec McLaren||1st O/45||35:40|
|26||Helen Parkinson||1st Lady||37:23|
|32||Peter J Rigler||38:24|
|38||Maurice Cockwill||1st O/55||39:25|
|87||Jenny Cockwill||2nd O/55||52:36|
|90||Mary Pool||3rd O/45||54:38|
North Devon Schools Cross Country, Bideford College, 29/11/2002
The North Devon schools moved to Bideford after a number of years at West Buckland, and a good move for our young athletes it was. To no-one's surprise, Kirsty Hamilton took the junior girls race, while eight other athletes made the top ten of their races, maybe enough to qualify for the next stage. The major innovation was the welcome addition of races for Year 7 pupils, where Maria Clements was the only Blues representative.
Year 7 Girls
|1||Kirsty Hamilton||15||Louise Smale|
|6||Callie Littlejohns||22||Hayley Wilson|
|10||Leanne Glover||31||Jayne Beresford|
|8||Fern Dymond||17||Kirsty Rigler|
|5||Nick Daniel||12||Reece Woolgar|
|6||Ben Oke||20||Darren Hatch|
|9||John Spry||27||Shaun Wilson|
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