November results round-up

Westbury Harriers athletes have been competing all across the region and country this month, including these races:

Sodbury Slog 10 Miler – 12th November 2017

 

 

Congratulations to all Westbury Harriers who took part in this tough and muddy race, but particular plaudits to:

– Ben Rawlins, who finished 2nd man overall, a day after running in the Gwent League U17 race at Brecon! Ben’s fine form continued recently at the 3rd Weston 5 mile Prom run, where he finished in a hugely impressive 10th place in 27:35.

– Sophie Voller, with a very strong run to finish as 2nd place lady

– Anthony Glover, 4th man overall, and 1st V40M.

 

Good running also from David Taylor, Carol Fee and Tony Rudd.

 

(photos courtesy of Mike Mewse)

 

DB Max Castle Combe Chilly 10K – 19th November 2017

 

 

An impressive Westbury showing in this fast 10k race, involving three long laps of the Castle Combe Race Circuit.

Very well done to young Aidan Noble, still an U17 athlete but first Westbury Harrier home in 10th place overall, in a time of 35:03. He was closely followed by Alex Hamblin (12, 35:21) with Aidan’s dad Richard Noble in 19th (38:15). Well done also to Lizzie Smith (5th female, 55th overall) and to Patricia Howard and Nicola Derrick.

 

Special mentions also to guide runners Ed Gould and Phil Robson, who successfully guided their visually impaired runners Diane Bentham and Stephen Skidmore to impressive times.

 

(photos courtesy of Colin Johnson)

 

British Athletics Cross Challenge – Liverpool race, 25th November 2017

 

Three superb efforts from Westbury Harriers who made the trip to compete in the third round of the Cross Challenge, featuring the cream of British cross country and distance running.

 

In the U13 boys’ race, Seamus Robinson finished in an incredible 4th place in a field of 124, just 20s behind the winner (pictured – courtesy of Maria Hobbs)

 

Hannah Hobbs came in 15th in the U20 women’s race, while Floren Villaneuva-Scrafton also ran brilliantly for 43rd place overall in the Senior Women’s race.

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