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July 2019 News Reports

01/07/2019  Eastern Masters League, Peterborough  details
A small entourage of Hunts AC veteran men took part in the Eastern Masters League at Peterborough with Phil Bowers gaining the club's sole victory, leaping out to 10.38m to win the M50 triple jump.  Phil's distance places him 4th in the M50 national rankings.  Jim Stocker placed 3rd in the M60 400m with 80.1 secs which puts him 13th in the M70 national rankings.  Jim later ran 5:53.5 for 2nd place in the M60 1500m and is now ranked 5th in the M70 national rankings.  Wayne DuBose made his season's debut by placing 2nd in the M60 shot putt with exactly 10.00m to go 9th in the M60 national rankings.


Posted by ;Wayne Dubose on 02/07/2019 11:43:22

03/07/2019  Peterborough 5K Series - Ferry Meadows (water sports centre)  details

Alan Burgin reports:  Once again there was a really good turnout from Hunts AC for the 3rd of the 5 races in the P5k series. The weather conditions were very good and the course is always fast so this year good times were assured.  In all, there were 386 finishers with 24 Hunts AC seniors.  The winner was Aaron Scott in a time of 15:01 with 4 other athletes completing the race in under 16 minutes. Hunts AC finished as follows;

12 Mark Barry 16:48

13 Dave Connell 16:49 

17 Dylan Tomaselli 17:00

21 Darren Preston 17:10

37 Mark Wishart 17:54

42 Duane Tomaselli18:13

53 Richie Adamson 18:42

55 Carl Rooney 18:47

97 Shane Hunt 19:45

95 Olivia Mead 19:55

97 Arseniy Suvorov 19:59

119 Ieva Klavina 20:54

139 Jim Stocker 21:36

145 Alan Burgin 21:50

153 Christina Cowles 21:58

156 Caroline Archer 22:01

212 Simon Williams 23:37

223 Yvette Adamson 24:06

243 Pauline Stocker 24:47

260 Chloe Wilson 25:11

265 Phil Young 25:22

267 Sasha Suvorov 25:23

298 Jess Mann 26:59

307 Hilary McConville 27:19

 

3k Fun Run

27 Isla Fulluck-Holmes 11:50

48 Oscar Tomaselli 12:59

82 Zara Sharp 15:34

89 Harry Wishart 16:08

93 James Wishart 17:07




Posted by ;Wayne Dubose on 05/07/2019 07:26:39

04/07/2019  TrackFest, Sandy  details
100m R5 Alasdair Large 15.37 (2); 200m R1 Callum Stokes 24.17 (1)


Posted by ;Wayne Dubose on 07/07/2019 11:49:57

05/07/2019  Friday 5, Great Bentley  details
194/425 Alan Burgin 37:04 (3rd M65)

Posted by ;Wayne Dubose on 08/07/2019 12:05:58

06/07/2019  The 1066 100  details
1st Simon Margot (Hunts AC) 22:14 (won by over two hours) 104-mile course which recalls King Harold's march from London to the Battle of Hastings. running along the Thames path from Putney to Dartford, then onto Rochester Castle, before heading along the North Downs Way to Battle Abbey near Hastings, taking in Bodium Castle on the way. Simon's understated announcement on Facebook that he had finished. "Just waiting for the train home :) first finisher. The course was tough!"

Posted by ;Wayne Dubose on 08/07/2019 08:51:59

06/07/2019  Inter Area Masters Match, Coventry  details
Competing in the Inter Area Masters Match at Coventry on Saturday, Phil Bowers represented Eastern Masters. He finished 2nd in the M50 Triple Jump (10.47m Season's Best), 3rd in the M50 Long Jump (4.91m) and 4th in the M50 High Jump (1.40m).

Posted by ;Wayne Dubose on 10/07/2019 10:03:08

06/07/2019  Peterborough parkrun  details
Joey Croft made a huge impact at the Peterborough parkrun. Not only did Joey run a new SM18-19 course record of 15:33 to place first, but, of the 144,015 runners who took part across the country, Joey had the second fastest time, just three seconds off the pace of the number one runner. His brother Howard placed 4th with 17:23 to reduce his 5k best by 85 seconds.

Posted by ;Wayne Dubose on 09/07/2019 08:18:27

07/07/2019  Jubilee Parkrun  details
7th George Connell 8:53 (PB by 5 seconds)

Posted by ;Wayne Dubose on 08/07/2019 08:54:09

07/07/2019  Club Championships  details
600m Race 1    
1MarthaHeylenU11G2:14.0
2AnjolaOpaleyeU11G2:18.0
3RubyO'DellU11G2:19.9
600m Race 2    
1JaymanHowardU11B2:02.1
2SamuelWoodhallU11B2:03.7
3LiamMorrisU11B2:05.5
4EdwardFullerU11B2:06.0
5AlfieBrownU11B2:08.8
6GeorgeConnellU11B2:14.6
7RobertFullerU11B2:17.0
800m Race 1    
1MoriaHowardU13G2:36.6
2ElizaMardonU13G2:37.9
3IslaFulluck-HolmesU13G2:39.1
4HollieBaynesU13G2:53.9
5AlexTullU13G2:58.4
6FrancescaMcCarthyU13G3:00.9
7MollyWebsterU13G3:11.6
800m Race 2    
1TomWaterworthU13B2:30.7
2BenWoodU13B2:34.2
3AlasdairLargeU13B2:39.3
4KieranStillU13B2:40.2
5CameronTildesleyU13B2:52.0
800m Race 3    
1MaddyJonesU15G2:40.8
2CaitlanBurkeU15G2:51.7
3WillowBeddingU15G2:54.0
4LibbyBycroftU15G3:02.5
5JesscaTullU15G3:06.6
6AbiFullerU15G3:07.4
7TamzinDigpal-RaceU15G3:20.8
800m Race 4    
1SebastianDarnellU20M2:13.0
2AndyStoweM402:18.2
3EllaRobinsonU17W2:20.1
4MarkusDownhillU17M2:20.9
5CiaranBurkeU15B2:28.7
6DerekDarnellM552:36.1
7RichardAdamsonM402:38.0
8AmeliaDarnellSW2:45.6
9ClaireWebsterW352:50.4
10MartinGardnerM402:58.6
Pole Vault    
1RichardFullerM402.70
2MartinGardnerM402.20
3EleanorPhippsU20W2.20
4WayneDuBoseM601.90
5RichardAdamsonM401.70
6ClaireWebsterW351.50
7WillowBeddingU15G1.50
8TamzinDigpal-RaceU15G1.20
Shot Putt    
1AnjolaOpaleyeU11G3.35
2RubyO'DellU11G3.11
Shot Putt    
1JaymanHowardU11B5.34
2RobertFullerU11B3.99
3EdwardFullerU11B3.63
4LiamMorrisU11B3.53
5SamuelWoodhallU11B3.29
6AlfieBrownU11B3.20
7GeorgeConnellU11B3.14
Shot Putt    
1MoriaHowardU13G7.97
2HollieBaynesU13G5.08
3AlexTullU13G4.47
4MollyWebsterU13G4.37
5FrancescaMcCarthyU13G4.07
Shot Putt    
1AlexMortimerU13B5.99
2CameronTildesleyU13B4.90
3TomWaterworthU13B3.70
4AlasdairLargeU13B2.89
Shot Putt    
1TamzinDigpal-RaceU15G8.31
2WillowBeddingU15G7.97
3JessicaTullU15G6.01
4MaddyJonesU15G5.81
5AbigailFullerU15G5.70
6MacyTaylorU15G5.43
7LibbyBycroftU15G5.11
8CaitlanBurkeU15G4.56
Shot Putt    
1ThomasSmithU17M11.46
2AyoOpaleyeU17M9.21
3ChrisIronsU15B8.07
4CiaranBurkeU15B5.95
Shot Putt    
1EllaCouchmanU17W7.24
2EllaReedU17W6.76
3LillyO'DellU17W5.95
Shot Putt    
1JoAbelW457.41
2VickyBurkeW406.29
3JoCouchmanW456.27
4ClaireWebsterW354.69
5AmeliaDarnellSW4.02
6SandraActonW353.56
Shot Putt    
1SebastianDarnellU20M4.08
Shot Putt7.26kg   
1MartinGardnerM4010.48
2SteveBurkeM459.10
3YinkaOpaleyeM458.69
4WayneDuBoseM608.39
5BobEllinghamM508.38
6RichardFullerM408.08
7JohnWilsonM407.76
8KevinWebsterSM6.41
9DaveConnellM406.16
10RichardAdamsonM405.95



Posted by ;Wayne Dubose on 07/07/2019 17:55:35

07/07/2019  The Fen Gallop 4M/10K, Willingham  details

4 miles

1st Ciaran Burke 24:20, 4th William Crowther 29:17, 13th Caitlan Burke 31:25 (1st youth female), 26th Steve Burke 33:43

10k

21 Andrew Enticknap 42:22 (3rd M50), 23 Stuart Laud 42:56, 82 Simon Williams 50:06



Posted by ;Wayne Dubose on 09/07/2019 12:26:33

07/07/2019  Whitemoor 5 miler, March  details
27th Olivia Mead 36:05 (first woman by 1:45) 32nd Jim Stocker 37:14 (first M70+ by 3:48) (180 finishers)

Posted by ;Wayne Dubose on 08/07/2019 10:40:40

07/07/2019  British Masters Half Marathon, Ashbourne, Derbyshire  details
Ty Farrer wins national masters medal. M45: 3rd Ty Farrer 79:24 Race incorporated into the Ashbourne Half (Ty finished 8th overall out of 362) From Ty - " A challenging course with over 300 meters of climbing and two very steep accents/descents that really give the legs a thorough workout. I had a steady start and began to catch runners on the first real climb and worked my way though the field and into 5th place at 11 miles! The effect of the hills really started to take its toll in the last mile and I dropped back to 8th in the sprint for the finish, missing out on a M45 silver by 6 seconds."

Posted by ;Wayne Dubose on 08/07/2019 08:52:53

09/07/2019  Kettering Open  details
1500m R2: 3 Jacob Preston 4:29.03, 7 Darren Preston 4:38.92; 200m R1: 1 Sawyer Preston 30.60

Posted by ;Wayne Dubose on 14/07/2019 17:30:55

12/07/2019  English Schools Championships, Birmingham  details
Congratulations to our English Schools Championship athletes: Inter Girls 100m Round 1 Heat 3 6th Iona Newbegin 12.39 w/s +0.8 (Under 17/Under 20 Women's Club Records*) Semi Final 6th Iona Newbegin 12.39 w/s +2.6 Inter Boys Triple Jump 8th Ayo Opaleye 13.26 (equal PB into a -2.2 w/s) Inter Boys 200m Round 1 Heat 2 6th Julian Priest 22.62 w/s +0.4 Junior Girls 100m Round 1 Heat 4 8th Lizzy Harrison 12.95 *Previous U17/U20 Records 100m Lizzy Harrison 12.71 2018, Iona Newbegin 12.5 2019, Lizzy Harrison 12.60w (twice) 2019

Posted by ;Wayne Dubose on 13/07/2019 07:00:02

13/07/2019  Huntingdon Parkrun  details
1 Dave Connell 17:05 (beat 2014 PB by 9 secs, 7 seconds from M40-44 course record, strengthens 5th place in Hunts AC all-time rankings, just 7 seconds from 3rd place), 11 Arseniy Suvorov 19:23 (PB by 22 secs, 45th to 40th in all-time rankings), 26 Ieva Klavina 21:04 (PB by 12 secs, 9th to 8th in rankings), 29 Aaron Hawkins 21:37 (PB by 57 secs), 70 George Connell (age 9) 23:55 (PB by 75 secs)

Posted by ;Wayne Dubose on 13/07/2019 13:41:38

13/07/2019  Southern Athletics League, Walthamstow  details

Thirty Hunts AC men and women turned out for the fourth Southern Athletics League meet held at Walthamstow and were rewarded with an excellent second-place showing.  Star performance came from Jo Abel who posted the club's sole individual A string victory with a club record-breaking 9.86m in the triple jump.  Jo beat her own recent veteran women's club record by 16 cms to jump to 2nd in the W45 national rankings and 12th all-time.  She was superbly backed up by 15-year-old Maisie Isaac who won the B string with 9.10m, a tantalising one centimetre from her personal best.  Jo also picked up the B string discus win with a personal best throw of 16.26m.  Also setting a club veteran women's record, Kelly Crawford finished 3rd in the A string 5000m with 20:58.4 to displace Rachel Porter's 21:09.3 achieved in 2013.  The best team effort came from the mixed 4x400m runners with Seb Darnell, Ella Robinson, Franki Riley and Callum Stokes combining to win with 3:55.4.  Although only 2 A string wins, the team's strength in depth produced 11 B string wins to secure the overall team runner-up position.

Further B String Wins

Men

100m Jason Bogle 11.7

200m Jason Bogle 23.2 PB

3000m Ollie Mills 9:48.7

HJ Martin Gardner 1.43

DT Bob Ellingham 26.76

Women

200m Franki Riley 27.3 PB

800m Hannah Ridley 2:20.3 PB

1500m Amelia Darnell 5:27.5

PV Sandra Pedley 1.95

Further PBs

Men

800m B Joslin Carter 2:28.4 (4)

3000m A Casper Hiscock 9:33.3 (2)

JT Martin Gardner 27.18 (3)

Women

200m A Ella Robinson 27.3 (2)

Team results

1st Harlow 324

2nd Hunts 261.5

3rd Orion 257.5

4th Ilford 200

5th Newham & EB 156

6th West Suffolk 95.5



Posted by ;Wayne Dubose on 21/07/2019 12:54:38

13/07/2019  Great Denham Parkrun  details
Jacob Preston was 7th in 17.23 (new PB) and Sawyer Preston was 43rd in his first full Parkrun in 21.52.

Posted by ;Wayne Dubose on 14/07/2019 10:34:55

14/07/2019  Jubilee Parkrun PBs  details
5 Liam Morris 8:14 (PB by 1 second)

Posted by ;Wayne Dubose on 14/07/2019 17:20:57

17/07/2019  County Development Meet, St Ives  details

The Cambridgeshire county mile championships were held in conjunction with the County Development Meet at the St Ives track with Hunts AC runners accounting for seven of the medals.  In the Under 20 men's race, Seb Darnell won the gold medal with 4:47.81 while teammate Casper Hiscock picked up the silver with 4:50.83.  Similarly in the Under 15 Boys category, Hunts AC once again took gold and silver with Ciaran Burke winning with 5:11.33 and Dominic Pauley finishing in the runner-up position with 5:15.37.  Amelia Darnell won the silver medal in the Under 20 Women's race (5:45.20) while Beatrice Pauley - Under  17 Women  (6:28.81) and Jim Stocker - Senior Men (6:19.97) earned bronze medals.  Finishing 7th in her mile race, Kelly Crawford ran 5:59.21 to beat the club veteran women's record of 6:09.5 set by Maggie Mulholland back in 2013. It was Kelly's second club record in five days.

100   
3BrandonAlvesU17M11.79
4YinkaOpallyeM4512.21
5LuccaBussetilU15B12.50
100   
2TedBarkerU15B13.25
3PoppyLyonsU17W13.26
4HarryKendallU17M13.30
6EllaReedU17W13.93
 100   
1Sophie BambridgeU15G13.62
4MoriaHowardU13G14.22
5MaisieIsaacU17W14.53
6JessicaBambridgeU15G14.60
 100   
1JessicaTullU15G14.81
2AlexTullU13G15.09
3ElizabethScottU13G15.16
4AmyLewisU13G15.22
5SamCooperU13B15.68
7MaxCarringtonU13B17.39
 200   
4BrandonAlvesU17M23.95
 200   
3HarryKendallU17M28.04
4Sophie BambridgeU15G29.00
 200   
2MoriaHowardU13G29.26
3TomWaterworthU13G29.53
5ElizabethScottU13G31.20
 200   
1CerysDavisU15G31.62
2jessicaTullU15G31.68
3SamCooperU13B32.08
4AlexTullU13G32.78
5AmyLewisU13G33.66
 Mile   
4EllaBlakeSW5.38.96
5AmeliaDarnellSW5.45.20
7KellyCrawfordW355.59.21
9BeatricePauleyU17W6.28.81
 Mile   
2CiaranBurkeU15B5.11.33
3DominicPauleyU15B5.15.37
4SamuelWoottonU15B5.23.46
 Mile    
2SebastianDarnellU20M4.47.81
3CasperHiscockU20M4.50.83
5MarkusDownhillU17M5.32.70
 80   
1LiamMorrisU11B12.96
2JaymanHowardU11B12.97
 80   
1GeorgeConnellU11B13.45
2FinnSolomonU11B13.69
3EdwardFullerU11B13.70
4Robert FullerU11B13.79
5WilliamConfreyU11B14.02
 80   
1AnjolaOpaleyeU11G13.19
4JessicaWaterworthU11G13.87
 600   
2EdwardFullerU11B2.01.06
3JaymanHowardU11B2.02.78
4SamuelWoodhallU11B2.08.15
5LiamMorrisU11B2.09.86
6GeorgeConnellU11B2.12.43
7AimeeHaysU11G2.13.09
8FinnSolomonU11B2.13.54
10Robert FullerU11B2.20.45
13WilliamConfreyU11B2.29.48
Javelin   
1StevenBurkeM4528.05
2Ciaran BurkeU15B27.69
5VickyBurkeW4014.34
Triplejump   
1NiklolaosTirchineciU17M11.40
2IsaacHayesU17M10.96
3NeilCarringtonM5010.20
4WillHutleyU15B9.89
5JoelIsaacU15B9.64
6EllaReedU17W9.43
7MaisieIsaacU17W8.88
8PoppyLyonsU17W8.87
Highjump   
1AyoOpaleyeU17M1.80
3JoelIsaacU15B1.55
4HarryKendallU17M1.40
5MoriaHowardU13G1.35
6TobyCarrollU13B1.20
7JessicaTullU15G1.15
 Turbo jav 400g   
1JaymanHowardU11B20.42
3EdwardFullerU11B10.7
4DavidConnellU11B8.78
6LiamMorrisU11B8.64
7FinnSolomonU11B8.62
8AnjolaOpaleyeU11G8.15
9SamuelWoodhallU11B7.88
11JessicaWaterworthU11G7.34




Posted by ;Wayne Dubose on 21/07/2019 19:41:57

17/07/2019  Peterborough 5K Series - Rugby Club,Hambleton Road  details

Ty reports:  We had a good turnout at the Bedford AAA 10k on what turned out to be a wet, slippery course and a little slower than we had all expected. Despite the wet weather, we all set off from the start near the Bedford International Stadium and headed out into the countryside along some slippery narrow paths, all more manageable once the field spread out but very claustrophobic for the initial 500 meters. At a little over 2k, we were greeted by the only elevation of mention, a foot bridge over the A421 which although not steep, was enough to slow the pace of the leading runners. The lead group edged into the distance whilst the 2nd group pushed on, led by Dave Connell (effectively driving the 35 min train), Mark Barry, Darren Matthews and John Pike from Peterborough. We went through 5k in a little under 17:25, edging towards the target set by many but this is when the course started to get more slippery and seemed to change direction every 50 meters, making for some difficult running. The puddles were turning into water hazards and it was more like a cross country race now than a mid-summer's 10k and the group started to reduce in size. The climb over the A421 was taken at 8k and then it was a very long 2k drag to the finish - which felt more like 5k when fatigued!

David Connell was the first home for Hunts, in 11th place 35:03 a fine time in difficult conditions. Mark Barry in his last performance before joining the V40 club on Monday in 14th place 35:10, Ty Farrer 16th 35:16, Darren Matthews 35:55 21st, Sean Baker 38:03 35th, Carl Rooney 39:54 54th, Mark Wishart 41:30, 66th, Lilly O�Dell 45:47 99th and Ryan O�Dell 46.55 107th. 

We ended up as third male team and a couple of trophies for Sean 1st V50 and Ty 1st V45 and a lot of mud to wash off before heading home! 

Well done and great running everyone!




Posted by ;Wayne Dubose on 21/07/2019 11:24:15

19/07/2019  Bedford AAA 10k, Bedford  details
Ty reports: We had a good turnout at the Bedford AAA 10k on what turned out to be a wet, slippery course and a little slower than we had all expected. Despite the wet weather, we all set off from the start near the Bedford International Stadium and headed out into the countryside along some slippery narrow paths, all more manageable once the field spread out but very claustrophobic for the initial 500 meters. At a little over 2k, we were greeted by the only elevation of mention, a foot bridge over the A421 which although not steep, was enough to slow the pace of the leading runners. The lead group edged into the distance whilst the 2nd group pushed on, led by Dave Connell (effectively driving the 35 min train), Mark Barry, Darren Matthews and John Pike from Peterborough. We went through 5k in a little under 17:25, edging towards the target set by many but this is when the course started to get more slippery and seemed to change direction every 50 meters, making for some difficult running. The puddles were turning into water hazards and it was more like a cross country race now than a mid-summer's 10k and the group started to reduce in size. The climb over the A421 was taken at 8k and then it was a very long 2k drag to the finish - which felt more like 5k when fatigued! David Connell was the first home for Hunts, in 11th place 35:03 a fine time in difficult conditions. Mark Barry in his last performance before joining the V40 club on Monday in 14th place 35:10, Ty Farrer 16th 35:16, Darren Matthews 35:55 21st, Sean Baker 38:03 35th, Carl Rooney 39:54 54th, Mark Wishart 41:30, 66th, Lilly O’Dell 45:47 99th and Ryan O’Dell 46.55 107th. We ended up as third male team and a couple of trophies for Sean 1st V50 and Ty 1st V45 and a lot of mud to wash off before heading home! Well done and great running everyone!

Posted by ;Wayne Dubose on 20/07/2019 09:02:05

20/07/2019  Huntingdon Parkrun PBs  details
23 Caroline King 22:12 (improved 4-year-old PB by 6 secs; 15th to 14th= in Hunts AC all-time rankings), 59 Ben Wood 24:09 (first time)

Posted by ;Wayne Dubose on 21/07/2019 07:19:25

20/07/2019  Cambridge Parkrun PB  details
8 Kyan Mayo 19:00 (PB by 6 secs)

Posted by ;Wayne Dubose on 21/07/2019 07:18:38

21/07/2019  East Anglian League, Braintree  details



Posted by ;Wayne Dubose on 03/01/2019 14:36:10

24/07/2019  Ketterings Night of 5000m  details
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Posted by ;Wayne Dubose on 18/03/2019 11:35:15

31/07/2019  Eastern Masters League, Kings Lynn  details
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Posted by ;Wayne Dubose on 13/03/2019 08:21:17

31/07/2019  Peterborough 5K Series - Werrington Sports Centre  details
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Posted by ;Wayne Dubose on 13/03/2019 21:32:52


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