Somehow it is April and the WRRL has kicked off again. It was only January last week wasn’t it? When did THAT happen?
Massey Ferguson Tractor 10k
Despite a week of manky weather the Easter Bunny was kind to the K&D Massive on Sunday 1st April. Easter and April Fools Day. But K&D were in no mood for joking around as winter training was put behind our athletes with a slew of PB’s and great season openers.
Chris Sharp took a comfortable second place overall while Rosie Marsh PB’d and took home the senior women’s trophy.
Emma Lowe’s other half provided a whole load of fantastic photo’s that can be found here:
Chris Sharp – 33:22
Darren John – 35:23
Chris Revell – 38:11 (PB)
Paul Williams – 40:14 (PB)
Rob Ambrose – 40:21
Rosie Marsh – 41:42 (PB)
Pete Austin – 42:12 (PB)
Emma Lowe – 42:22 (PB)
Mike Day – 42:31
Louise Bell – 48:56
Paul Winwood – 49:13 (PB)
Rob Stewart; – 50:06
Graham Edwards – 52:04
Kate Marsh – 52:22
Ann Spencer-Dowdeswell – 54:13
Caroline Edwards – 63:28
Gail Partridge – 64:38
Fiona Holland – 66:21
In cold, wet, miserable conditions Brueton parkrun was managed by the Youth on Saturday. Who took a break from Snap-tatting and using the Twitters to put on an excellent event. Congrats to the young whipper snappers who braved ‘mingin’ conditions.
Gareth Wainwright rolled back his years to clock 17:07 – just being beaten by one of those young-types. Behind him Darren John tried to nip in under 18… misjudging it ever so slightly to run 18:00. D’oh. Rob Michaelson-Yeates cruised round in 18:58.
For the women Felicity Sharp continued her rapid return to form taking home First Lady in 22:28 while only Siobhan Cotter and Louise Bell battled it out, finally separated by only 4 seconds. They ran 24:10 and 24:14 respectively.
Great Yarmouth played host to Steve McDonald who clocked 22:24 in the picturesque Goreleston Cliffs setting.
Cannon Hill parkrun
Ainsley Wainwright took the short trip to Cannon Hill on Saturday. He ran a superb 20:03 to make sure it was two Wainwright in this weekend’s write-up.
Newbury for Gary Welsh on Saturday. He ran 22:42.
Greg Turner found himself up in t’north and ran a solid 20:33 at the home of the Terriers.
Jonathon Bellman from Coach Colin’s Tuesday and Thursday sessions knocked out a more than decent 19:00 in Barrow.
Simon Battson took on a very wet Kingsbury Water parkrun running 24:40 in the mud.
O’Donnell #1 and #2 (depending on preference) enjoyed Dungloe. Paul ran 23:03 and Siobhan ran 29:15.