Tom, Becky and Denise braved some of the lake district’s most gruesome peaks yesterday at the Great Lakes – latest championship standings here
View the latest standings after last week’s Morecambe 10k here
See the latest fell championship standings after today’s Pen-y-ghent race. Simon Jones is “running” away with the overall championship and Becky Weight remains leader of the ladies – view them here
View the latest positions after the Vale of York 10k race here
See the latest fell championship positions updated after the Pendle Cloughs race here
The races for juniors at the Yorkshire Road Relay Championships are straight races, and four of our talented youngsters took part, with great distinction.
In the U13 Girls race Rebecca Flaherty continued her excellent form in 2nd place, winning a well-deserved silver medal.
Our U15 Boys Alex Flaherty, Ben Rees and Theo Clay have been our most successful squad this season, and once again they came up trumps to finish second in the team competition. Alex was 4th, Ben 9th and Theo 16th.
Junior Team Manager
Weather conditions were not the best for the first outdoor meeting of the year. Heavy winds meant that everyone was working as hard as ever to try get a decent result.
We had 27 athletes out for the club, which means for second year in a row we’ve had a good increase. From having only 13 out athletes in 2017, it shows how much good work the club is doing. We had a decent number of athletes competing for the first time in Bingley colours.
Hopefully this is a sign of things to come this season on track.
|Event||Athlete||Cat||Time Height Distance||Event||Athlete||Cat||Time Height Distance|
|75m||Ashley McNicolas||MU11||13.00||Long Jump||Saiorse Campbell||FU13||3.29|
|80m||Saiorse Campbell||FU13||11.40||PB||Liam McNicolas||MU13||2.15|
|Jimmi Preston||MU13||15.00||Reece Kellett||MU17||4.57|
|Lewis Barnes||MU15||12.20||PB||High Jump||Lucas Barnes||MU13||1.25|
|Aidan Leach||MSEN||11.60||Shot||Grace Duffield||FU11||3.18|
|150m||Saiorse Campbell||FU13||21.80||PB||Isabel Lancaster||FU15||6.57||PB|
|200m||Lewis Barnes||MU15||25.30||Jimmi Preston||MU13||5.34|
|Matt Reynard||MU17||27.40||Liam McNicolas||MU13||4.01|
|400m||Natalie Morris||FSEN||62.20||Alfie McNicholas||MU15||4.90|
|Edward Chafer||MSEN||58.40||Oman Rashid||MU17||8.93|
|800m||Alana Gill||FSEN||02:51.6||Javelin||Isabel Lancaster||FU15||19.75||PB|
|Jake Wallace||MU15||02:47.9||Jess Cory||FU15||15.59|
|Alexander Thompson||MU17||02:03.6||PB||Lucas Barnes||MU13||21.84|
|Reece Kellett||MU17||02:44.8||Jimmi Preston||MU13||13.43|
|Paul Lemmon||MSEN||02:44.1||Alfie McNicholas||MU15||12.03|
|1200m||Lucas Barnes||MU13||04:32.1||Thomas Young||MU20||46.73||PB|
These championships, for school years 5-7, were once again held at Prestwick Hall, Loughborough.
Five of our young Harriers were representing West Yorkshire, having gone through selection races at city level, then at county level.
In the Year 5 Girls Abby Clay was 87th and part of the winning team.
In the Year 5 Boys Charlie Robinson was 30th, and his team finished 5th.
In the Year 6 Girls Mia Naylor was part of the winning team in 93rd place.
In the Year 6 Boys Logan Walker was also part of a winning team in 39th place.
In the Year 7 Girls Martha Jackson had an excellent run in 7th place in a team that finished 4th.
Well done everybody!
Junior Cross Country Team manager
To All – please note that the Boulsworth Bog Fell Race (AM Sat 23 Mar), which is in the Bingley Harriers Fell Championship, has been cancelled. Trawden Athletic Club posted the following on their Facebook :
BOULSWORTH BOG FELL RACE CANCELLED: Sorry folks but we are having to cancel the Boulsworth Bog fell race scheduled for next Saturday 23rd March. There is extensive restoration works by Natural England on Boulsworth Hill SSSI and despite best efforts to agree an alternative route, we are unfortunately having to cancel. The race will be planned for 21st March 2020!
I will look for another Medium length race (but it won’t be this Saturday ). For all the other races see the website http://www.bingleyharriers.co.uk/club-championships/fell-championships/
I will update with a new Medium length race as soon as possible.
If you want to know any more about fell running or the races then contact team managers
Becky Weight / 01274 510920 / email@example.com,
Andy Jebb / firstname.lastname@example.org
or regular fell runners – Kate Farley and Dave Stephenson.
Becky Weight (email@example.com)
Seven of our young Harriers were were selected to represent their counties as a result of a selection race organised by the county associations: Ruby Firth ran for North Yorkshire and Grace Dawson, Emily Field, Alex Flaherty, Rebecca Flaherty, Reuben Mantle and Oliver Peace all ran for West Yorkshire.
In the Intermediate category (U17) Ruby Firth was 143rd and Grace Dawson 202nd in the girls’ race and Alex Flaherty came 92nd (1st counter) in the boys’ race.
In the Senior category (U19) Emily Field was 44th (1st counter) in the girls’ race; and Reuben Mantle was 51st (3rd counter) in the boys’ race.
Well done to everyone!
For the team competition, the counties were divided into four groups, with each group containing counties of similar sizes according to the number of eligible pupils. The ESSA website refers to the groups as ‘big’, ‘medium’, ‘not so big’, and ‘little’ counties! North Yorkshire and West Yorkshire were with nine other counties in the ‘medium’ group. Up to eight athletes could compete in each gender/age group team, the first six finishers made up the team result, and the age-group results were added together to give a total score for each county.
In the boy’s competition, Devon was placed first overall, with North Yorkshire in 2nd place and West Yorkshire 7th. Cheshire won the girls’ competition, North Yorkshire was 3rd and West Yorkshire 8th.
Junior Cross Country Team Manager