CCCL Round 3 – St Albans

CCCL Round 3 – St Albans
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Round 3 - St Albans, 3rd December 2011

St Albans offered a new venue which didn’t disappoint with unexpected slipperiness through the trees and some quite challenging inclines to tackle.

First up for Thame were the two young lads Jacob Byerley & Robert Gulliver running in the under 11 junior race.  Neither had the best of footware and found conditions slippery.  Both sprinted to the downhill finish to complete fine performances.

The mens race was a true nail biter with galiaths Mark Emmett and Carlton Hobbs battling to the line and finishing in the same time, although with Mark just a nose in front and securing the higher place.  It was great to see Roy Calcutt finishing well at his first Chiltern Race for many moons not far behind the battle of the titans.  Good to see Andy Maskell and John Gulliver scoring vital points in making another appearance for the team in their inaugeral year.

The return of the mighty Steph Cook after a couple of years absent from the Chiltern League looked to make for a good race between the top flight Thame Ladies.  It was Jane Coulcher who came in first with Steph trailing by only 7 places and the trio of Alison, Sara and Hayley only just behind.  An excellent points tally with strangth and depth in the ladies team.

Racking up the points Thame Runners find themselves progressing steadily up the table and currently reside in 8th place. 

 

 

 

Men      
Position Name Time Points
16 Andy Byerley 35.20  
30 Richard Slater 39.30  
52 Mark Emmett 41.38  
53 Carlton Hobbs 41.38  
71 Roy Calcutt 44.37  
76 Adrian Parry 44.59  
81 Andy Maskell 46.20  
91 Steve Graham 49.58  
93 John Gulliver 50.23  
       
       
       
       
Women      
Position Name Time Points
11 Jane Coulcher 29.19  
18 Steph Cook 30.22  
21 Alison Croughton 31.08  
36 Hayley Parry 34.05  
40 Sara Castro 34.50  
       
       
Boys U11      
Position Name Time Points
 44  Robert Gulliver    
 47 Jacob Byerley    
     
Last Updated ( Wednesday, 11 January 2012 )

 


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