Gwent League at Brecon Results / Lost Property / Advance Notice

Well done to everyone who raced in Brecon on Saturday.  The weather was, for once, benign (conditons at Brecon have been at times a tad tough), and we had another good turn out, with quite a few first timers running with distinction.  Here are the places that I know about:

WOMEN: Emma Journeaux – 11; Ellie Leather – 12; Kirstie Hamilton-James – 28; Kelly Winstone – 57; Emma Woodword – 69; Jeni Stevenson – 83; Caroline Bull – 100; Alison Osborne – 111; Anneke Bull – 126; Sandra Sforza – 130; Victoria Sloan – 149; Svetlana Jones – 164; Marilyn Palmer – 176; Sarah Gould – 197; Eithne Noonan – 205; Sandra Bailey-Gard – 240

MEN: Scott Campbell – 22; Oli Beale – 31; Alex Hamblin – 48; Ben Osborne – 55; Nick Smart – 72; Alan Uren – 83; Daniel Ewing – 111; Mark Lunt – 115; Ken Ham – 130; Ewan Paton – 168; Dave Clark – 178; Mike Mewse – 199; Paul Harrod – 226; Jullian Bailey-Gard – 297; James Winstone – 311

BOYS: U11 Sam Leather – 12; Isaac Osborne – 20; Finley White – 97; U13 Seamus Robinson – 15; Finn Goodhew – 52; U15; Abdifataah Hasan – 1; Greg Hayward – 10; James Harrod – 20; Fred Stewart – 43; U17; Ben Rawlins – 13; ; U20; Adam Wilson – 24

GIRLS results to follow.

LOST PROPERTY: Left in the tent were a small (10-12 years) black pro-combat compression top, and a pair of black bottoms 9-10 years.  I’ll bring them to training.

ADVANCE NOTICE for NEXT TIME: We’re hosting the next Gwent League race at Blaise Castle, on Saturday 3rd December.  As well as a good turn-out from runners, we need plenty of helpers to set up the course, marshal during the race (= stand and point, no experience necessary), and take down the course afterwards.  We also need helpers for car parking and refreshments, and will be calling for donations of CAKES to sell.

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