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Sudbury 5 - 14th April

42 Neil Gillingham 32:44
123 Mark Godbold 38:02
207 Mandy Godbold 42:38

Little Bromley 10k - 9th April

10 Roger Aldis 36:22.3 (1st M45)
16 Alex Tripp 37:53.1
45 Alice Goodwin 39:42.6 (3rd FO)
72 Marian Patten 42:19.5 (1st U18F)
141 Mark Godbold 47:10.0
142 Stephen Hicks 47:17.8
239 Mandy Godbold 53:18.3 F45

full results

Bungay Half Marathon - 2nd April

45 Mark Hayden 1:37:31
49 Chris Sugars 1:38:39

Stowmarket Half Marathon - 19th March

47 Daniel Jones 1:32:25
74 Neil Gillingham 1:37:28
134 Kirsty Thorndyke 1:46:44
283 Mandy Godbold 2:04:02

Results from SWL race at Fritton Lake - 5th March

Round 5:-
Senior results and standings
Junior results and standings

Tarpley 10 & 20 - 26th February

10m
46 Chris SUGARS 1:11:23
117 Mark GODBOLD 1:21:38
152 Mandy GODBOLD 1:26:02

20m
55 Neil GILLINGHAM 2:28:54

National Cross Country Championship - 25th February

Ipswich Harriers athletes had an enjoyable day out at the National Cross Country Championship at Wollaton Park, Nottingham, on Saturday. There was plenty of mud and water to wade through making for quite an energy sapping course. There were notable performances from John Millar who had a strong run in the junior men's race to place 11th and Nathan Goddard who finished 18th in U15 boys. The U15 girls team just missed out on the medal finishing in 4th place overall and the U13 boys also put on a good show finishing a creditable 6th place with their first four scorers.

Individual & team placings:-

U17 Women 5k
88 Marian Patten 21:58
98 Lily Woodruff 22:12

U15 Boys 4.5k
18 Nathan Goddard 15:06
320 Harvey Gladwell 18:51

Junior Women 6k
59 Abigail Rose 26:39
67 Alice Goodwin 26:57
U13 Girls 3k
41 Tilly Aldis 14:08
215 Amy Goddard 15:32

U17 Men 6k
121 Alex Tripp 23:14

U15 Girls 4k (Team 4th place)
42 Sarah Barker 17:34
69 Holly Fisher 18:02
76 Mimi Salsby 18:06
84 Katie Challinor 18:14
136 Amy Graham 18:36
313 Imogen Bowyer 20:32

Junior Men 10k
11 John Millar 33:32
66 Alex Lawrence 36:04

U13 Boys 3k (Team 6th place)
38 Charlie Turner 13:10
58 George Wharam 13:23
97 Elliot Gladwell 13:43
115 Oliver Hitchcock 13:48
118 Kit Evans-Lombe 13:49
156 Joshua Cook 14:01
311 Max Fisher 15:02

Full results

Results from SWL race at Nowton Park - 19th February

Round 4:-
Senior results and standings
Junior results and standings

SEAA Championships, Parliament Hill, London - 28th January

Ipswich Harriers athletes and supporters had a nice day out in London on Saturday at the South of England Cross Country Championships held at Parliament Hill Fields. Athletes were treated to the traditional tough hilly London course although it wasnÕt as muddy as usual so the going was good. There were impressive top 20 finishes from Nathan Goddard (12th U15B), Alex Lawrence (13th U20M) and Tom Adams (14th U17M). There were also notable performances from Adel Hamed (21st U17M), Tilly Aldis (23rd U13G), Holly Fisher (24th U15G), Freddie Adams (24th U13B) and Abigail Rose (25th U20W). The best team result went to the U17M who narrowly missed out on the medals finishing 4th. Well done to all competitors and thanks to SEAA and all the helpers on the day for organising a great day's racing.

Individual & team placings:-
U13B (8th team)
24th Freddie Adams 11:44
57th Oliver Hitchcock 12:01
74th Kit Evans-Lombe 12:11
89th Elliott Gladwell 12:19
142nd Joshua Cook 12:43
144th Max Fisher 12:44

U13G
23rd Tilly Aldis 12:40
65th Bea Thomas 13:14

U15B
12th Nathan Goddard 15:15
60th Tai Elvin-Andrews 16:12
229th Harvey Gladwell 18:36

U15G (15th team)
24th Holly Fisher 17:39
61st Mimi Salsby 18:20
78th Katie Challinor 18:32
216th Imi Bowyer 21:16

U17M (4th team)
14th Tom Adams 20:11
21st Adel Hamed 20:26
45th Alex Tripp 21:06
54th Jack Grady 21:17
56th Matt Snowdon 21:19

U20M
13th Alex Lawrence 28:05

U20W
25th Abigail Rose 25:07

Full results

London Senior & U20 Games , Lee Valley - 28th&29th January

SM
60m Mark Ferniz 7.33
SW
60m Hannah James 8.06
U20M
60m Owen Giddings 7.37
60m Jonathan Eley 7.68
400m Jordan Stevenson 54.13

Full results

UK Cross Challenge, Cardiff - 22nd January

10th Tilly Aldis 11:43

London U13 & U15 Games, Lee Valley - 22nd January

U13B
60m Barney Mccallum 9.16
60mH Barney Mccallum 12.05
LJ Barney Mccallum 4.28
U15G
60mH Maisy Armstrong 10.14
LJ Maisy Armstrong 4.25

Full results

London U17 Games, Lee Valley - 21st January

U17M
60m Cameron Bailey 7.27
200m Cameron Bailey 23.40
400m Joshua Hulse 51.27

U17W
60m Hannah Lygo 8.46
300m Hannah Lygo 44.60
300m Jasmine Cant 45.32
LJ 13th Hannah Lygo 4.73
TJ 8th Charlie Moore 9.61

Full results

Results from SWL race at Stowmarket - 15th January

Round 3:-
Senior results and standings
Junior results and standings

SCAA Championships, Heveningham Hall - 8th January 2017



Harriers enjoyed another successful county cross country championships coming away with 19 individual medals including 7 golds and 4 team golds. Results:-

SM
25 Ben Wharnsby 47:01
54 Mark Hayden V40 51:59
77 Stephen Hicks V55 55:36 (2nd V55)

SW
44 Mandy Godbold V45 43:43

U20M
1 Alex Lawrence 26:48
5 Henry Milldown 31:21

U20W
2 Abigail Rose 24:18
4 Chloe Godbold 28:32

U17M (team gold: Adams, Hamed, Tripp)
1 Thomas Adams 19:38
2 Adel Hamed 19:49
3 Alex Tripp 19:59
4 Jack Grady 20:49

U17W
3 Lily Woodruff 21:22

U15B (team gold: Goddard, Elvin-Andrews, Dix)
1 Nathan Goddard 11:58
2 Tai Elvin-Andrews 12:09
4 Leon Dix 12:43
6 George Rufford 12:48
8 Adam Wood 13:02
14 Harvey Gladwell 14:07

U15G (team gold: Fisher, Tydeman, Barker)
1 Holly Fisher 15:08
2 Sasha Tydeman 15:11
3 Sarah Barker 15:32
4 Mimi Salsby 15:58
5 Amy Graham 16:13
6 Katie Challinor 16:30
13 Imogen Bowyer 17:55
14 Sophie Graham 17:57

U13B (team gold: Wharam, Turner, Gladwell)
1 George Wharam 10:20
2 Charlie Turner 10:27
3= Elliot Gladwell 10:28
3= Kit Evans Lombe 10:28
5 Oliver Hitchcock 10:28
6 Frederick Adams 10:32
8 Max Ashmore 11:15
11 Edward Rufford 11:24
19 Jack Hayes 12:13

U13G (team gold: Aldis, Thomas, Dann)
1 Tilly Aldis 11:17
2 Beatrice Thomas 11:48
4 Mia Dann 12:01
8 Amy Goddard 12:24
11 Chloe Gilbert 12:56
13 Nellee Berry 13:24

U11B
1 Ryan Grady 7:29
2 Max Fisher 7:41

U11G
4 Eloise Rufford 9:19

Full results

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2016

Beccles Turkey Trot 10 - 11th December

48 Daniel Jones 66:14

Results from SWL race at Sutton - 4th December

Round 2:-
Senior results and standings
Junior results and standings

British Athletics Cross Challenge, Liverpool - 26th November

Under 20 Men
60th Alexander Lawrence 22:04

Under 13 Girls
16th Tilly Aldis 11:37

Full results

Hadleigh 10m & 5m - 20th November

10m
24th Daniel Jones 1:06:59
65th Chris Sugars 1:15:17
257th Neil Gillingham 1:43:49

5m
26th Mark Godbold 38:43
50th Mandy Godbold 44:04
95th Georgia Battle 51:40

Full results

Eastern Counties Championships, Keysoe - 19th November

U20M
1st Alexander Lawrence 28:05

U15M
2nd Tai Elvin-Andrews 15:13
5th Adam Wood 15:46

U13M
4th Tom Frohn 12:18

U17W
1st Lily Woodruff 26:16

U15W (Team gold)
1st Sasha Tydeman 16:36
2nd Holly Fisher 16:45
4th Mimi Salsby 17:00
6th Katie Challinor 17:10

Full results

British Athletics Cross Challenge, Milton Keynes - 12th November

Under 20 Men
7th John Millar

Under 17 Men
32nd Alex Tripp

Under 13 Girls
7th Tilly Aldis

Full results

National XC Relays, Mansfield - 5th November

Under 13 Boys
44th 23:47.15 (G Wharam, F Adams, C Turner)

Under 13 Girls
39th 25:30.25 (A Hill, T Aldis, N Berry)

Under 15 Girls
16th 23:15.30 (S Tydeman, H Fisher, M Salsby)
31st 23:46.40 (S Barker, A Graham, K Challinor)

Under 15 Boys
32nd 21:33.60 (T Elvin Andrews, F Ouko, N Goddard)

Under 17 Men
14th 28:50.55 (T Adams, A Hamed, J Hulse)
36th 30:10.70 (A Tripp, J Grady, M Snowdon)

Junior Women
Incomplete team 20:42.00 (A Rose, C Godbold)

Full results

Results from SWL race at Framlingham - 30th October

Round 1:-
Senior results and standings
Junior results and standings

Saxons 5 Mile - 16th October

72 Mark Godbold 39.54
105 Mandy Godbold 44.30

Martlesham 10k and 5k - 9th October

10k
27 Neil Gillingham 39:42
28 Mark Hayden 39:52
41 Stephen Hicks 42:16
163 Mandy Godbold 52:50

5k
1 Alexander Lawrence 16:44
2 Alex Tripp 17:01
4 Thomas Abbott 17:31
5 Jack Grady 17:33
7 Tai Elvin-Andrews 18:13
8 George Wharam 18:52
12 Alice Goodwin 19:23 (1st female)
13 Holly Fisher 19:24 (2nd female)
30 James Evans 21:29
34 Katie Challinor 21:45
41 Mark Godbold 23:06

Eastern Masters League round up

Harriers compete in this league as a joint team with Colchester and Tendring AC

Match 1 (May 6th) 4th place
Match 2 (June 5th) 1st place
Match 3 (6th July) 4th place
Match 4 (27th July) 5th place

Full results

Felixstowe Coastal 10M - 25th September

12 Kevin Peirce 1:04:03
130 Mark Godbold 1:26:12
189 Kirsty Thorndyke 1:34:04
193 Mandy Godbold 1:34:27

British Masters Championships - 17th/18th September

200m W55 1st Elizabeth Welbourn 30.20
400m W55 Elizabeth Welbourn 69.95

Full results

EAL Final, Bury St. Edmunds - 18th September

U13 girls 2nd
U13 boys 2nd
U15 girls 1st
U15 boys 6th
U17 men 1st
Senior women 1st
Senior men 3rd

Full results

Ipswich Half Marathon - 18th September

100 Stephen Hicks 1:38:51

Stowmarket Golden Mile - 10th September

1 John Millar 4:30:03 (new course record)
2 Alex Tripp 4:51:93
3 Nathan Goddard 4:55:58
12 Neil Gillingham 5:28:86
19 Tilly Aldis 5:44:70 (3rd female)
48 Amy Goddard 6:22:27
50 Mark Godbold 6:26:23

EYAL Final, Stevenage - 4th September

Match result
1 Bedford 587.5
2 Ipswich 554
3 Stevenage & NH 520
4 Havering 506.5
5 Nene Valley 501.5
6 Barnet / Shaftesbury 430.5

Full results

Framingham 10k - 4th September

10 Alex Tripp 36:51
38 Mark Hayden 41:24
40 Neil Gillingham 41:43
60 Stephen Hicks 43:57
199 Mandy Godbold 55:50

Eastern Masters Championships - 3rd September

100m M60 3rd Paul Wilcox 15.15
100m W55 1st Elizabeth Welbourn 15.72
200m M60 2nd Bob Woolliams 30.83
400m W55 1st Elizabeth Welbourn 69.57 (CBP)
300m hurdles M60 1st Paul Wilcox 53.42

Full results

Watford Open Graded Meeting - 24th August

15000m Tilly Aldis 5:08

SAL round 5, Colchester - 20th August

Match result
1 Havering AC Colchester 196.5
2 London Heathside 191.5
3 Ipswich 165
4 Colchester & Tendring 158
Full results

Final league table - Division 2E

1 Blackheath & Bromley 1154 19
2 Herts Phoenix 977.5 19
3 Stevenage & North Herts 981.5 16
4 London Heathside 964.5 16
5 Havering AC 944 15
6 Croydon Harriers 893 14
7 Ipswich 905.5 13
8 Cambridge & Coleridge 856.5 13
9 Bexley AC 897.5 12
10 Dacorum & Tring 811.5 11
11 Ashford 830.5 10
12 Ryston Runners 812 9
13 Luton 782.5 9
14 Basildon 780 9
15 West Suffolk 712 8
16 Colchester & Tendring 772.5 7

EAL, Luton - 14th August

Full results

EYAL, Chelmsford - 7th August

Match result
1 Ipswich 770
2 Havering 750.5
3 Chelmsford 634.5
4 Cambridge&C 401
5 Harlow 333
6 Braintree 296
7 Colchester&T 226

Full results

Ipswich Twilight 10k & 5k - 5th August

5k
6 John Millar 14:41
27 Thomas Adams 16:10
57 Alex Lawrence 17:16
75 Daniel Jones 18:20
93 Abigail Rose 19:13
96 Neil Gillingham 19:32
97 Alice Goodwin 19:35

10k
64 Joshua Sugars 41:40
103 Stephen Hicks 43:19
245 Kirsty Thorndyke 47:40
265 Mark Godbold 48:28
495 Mandy Godbold 55:42

Ekiden Relays, Woodbridge - 17th July

Mens Open
3rd team 2:31:49.9
7.2k Thomas Adams 25:13
5k Matthew Snowdon 20:31
10k John Millar 32:15 (fastest 10k)
5k Josh Thompson 19:28
10k Chris Rooke 35:51
5k Alex Lawrence 18:33

Mixed
7th team 2:52:29.9
7.2k Ellie Haste 30:42
5k Alice Goodwin 21:01
10k Roger Aldis 40:49
5k Theo Passmore 19:13
10k Kevin Peirce 39:45
5k Steve Hicks 20:55

11th team 3:07:25.2
7.2k Paul Snowdown 31:38
5k Georgina Russell 21:47
10k Dalton Coe 44:00
5k Josh Sugars 19:53
10k Mark Hayden 43:11
5k Lizzie Hicks 26:55

EAL, Ipswich - 17th July

Full results

SAL round 4, Croydon - 9th July

Match result
1 Blackheath & Bromley 240
2 Croydon Harriers 201
3 Ipswich 150
4 Dacorum & Tring 124

Full results

EYAL, Ipswich - 3rd July

Match result
1 Ipswich 814
2 Norwich 707.5
3 Barnet/ShaftesburyB 698.5
4 WoodfordGwEL 534
5 Colchester&T 308
6 WaveneyV 228
7 WestSuffolk 210

Full results

Gt Bentley Friday 5 - 1st July

8 Thomas Adams 27:30
10 Alex Tripp 27:38
28 Kevin Peirce 29:45
63 Thomas Abbott 31:51
68 Alice Goodwin 32:03
83 Ellie Harte 32:57
94 Neil Gillingham 33:27
186 Mark Godbold 37:24

EAA Championships, Cambridge - 25th June

Full results

Friday 5 Bury - 24th June

4 Thomas ADAMS 28:32
33 Lee HARRISON 31:49
34 Thomas ABBOTT 31:55
59 Alice GOODWIN 33:31
74 Neil GILLINGHAM MS 34:07
151 Mark GODBOLD 38:02
297 Mandy GODBOLD 46:28

Capel 5 mile - 19th June

24 Stephen Hicks 33:30

EA U23 and U20 Champ World Trials, Bedford 18th & 19th June

Congratulations to John Millar for his silver medal in the 3000m steeplechase.

U20M
3000SC
2 John Millar 9:09.54

JT800
6 Marshall Childs 60.19

SAL round 3, Erith - 18th June

Match result
1 Cambridge & Coleridge 196
2 Bexley AC 193
3 Ipswich 184
4 Ashford 144

Full results

EAL, Ipswich - 12th June

Full results

Stowmarket Friday 5 and fun run - 10th June

5 mile
3 Thomas Adams 28:59
8 Thomas Abbott 30:39
28 Lee Harrison 33:06
32 Abigail Rose 33:16 (2nd female)
50 Alice Goodwin 34:34
91 Neil Gillingham 36:52
164 Mark Godbold 40:59
282 Mandy Godbold 49:17

Teams
3rd Female (Abigail, Alice and Mandy)
3rd Male (Thomas, Thomas and Lee)

Fun run
1 Freddy Adams 10.20
2 Tilly Aldis 10.24
16 George Morgan 12.02
27 Evie Morgan 12.41

EYAL, Southend - 5th June

Match result
1 Ipswich 804
2 StevenageNH 731
3 Southend 499
4 ColchesterH 494
5 Harlow 399
6 StAlbans 380
7 Hawcs/E&H 217

Full results

Kirton Friday 5 and fun run - 3rd June

5 mile
2 John Millar 24:57
4 Thomas Adams 27:40
11 Alex Tripp 29:09
27 Kevin Peirce 30:28
29 Joshua Thompson 30:34
45 Abigail Rose 32:19 (2nd female)
57 Ellie Haste 32:52
61 Mark Hayden 32:58
69 Neil Gillingham 33:18
76 Alice Goodwin 33:28
78 Stephen Hicks 33:38
83 Lee Harrison 33:51
159 Mark Godbold 37:36
246 Mandy Godbold 42:28

Teams
1st Female (Abigail, Ellie and Alice)

Fun run
1 Freddie Adams 9:39
2 Tilly Aldis 9:51
5 Tom Hayden 10:09
13 George Morgan 10:54
15 Evie Morgan 11:32
33 Georgia Battle 12:42

Framingham Friday 5 - 27th May

7 Thomas Adams 28:03
13 Alex Tripp 29:10
19 Thomas Abbott 30:03
36 Lee Harrison 32:12
57 Stephen Hicks 33:29 (1st M55)
78 Neil Gillingham 34:27
128 Mark Godbold 37:48
225 Mandy Godbold 42:50

High Easter 10k - 22nd May

28 Phil Wood 43:13

SAL round 2, Ipswich - 21st May

Congratulations to everyone who competed in the Southern Athletics League meeting at Northgate last Saturday. Particular congratulations to John Millar (Jack) who won Athlete of the Match and set a new League Record for the 3000m steeplechase! We are currently top of the league - let's do our very best to stay there as the top two teams get promoted to Division One. The next SAL is on 18th June at Erith, so please put it in your diary! (CF)

Match result
1 Ipswich 223
2 Stevenage & North Herts 194
3 Basildon 175
4 Ryston Runners 134

Full results

Woodbridge 10K - 15th May

12 Theo Passmore 37:20 (1st M15-19)
17 Roger Aldis 37:46
24 Kevin Peirce 38:27
28 Thomas Abbott 38:55
73 Abigail Rose 42:32 (1st F15-19)
88 Mark Hayden 43:03
130 Oliver Gillespie 44:48

Full results 10k

Full results junior race

Suffolk County Championships, Bury St. Edmunds - 15th May

Full results

EYAL, Ware - 8th May

Match result
1 Ipswich 723
2 Thurrock 624
3 HertsPh 573
4 Basildon 570
5 Harlow 386.5
6 Southend 312
7 WestSuffolk 245.5

Full results

EAL, Colchester - 24th April

Overall match result:
1 Ipswich 941
2 CATS 665
3 Braintree 542
4 Nene 504
5 Southend 459
6 Waveney 342

Full results

London Marathon and Mini Marathon - 24th April



Marathon
9589 Chris Sugars 3:44:22

Mini Marathon
British Athletics Road Championship
U13G (representing East)
12th Holly Fisher 18:23
19th April Hill 18:36
33rd Sasha Tydeman 19:03

U17M (representing East)
46th Thomas Adams 15:39

Borough Challenge
U17W (representing Lambeth)
9th Abigail Rose 19:03

EYAL, Ipswich - 17th April

Match result
1 Ipswich 810
2 Bedford 741
3 NeneValley 654
4 Dacorum&T 434.5
5 Colchester&T 279.5
6 WaveneyValley 276
7 WSuffolk/SNorfolk 232

Full results

SAL, Ipswich - 16th April

Match result
1 Herts Phoenix Ipswich 199.5
2 Ipswich 190.5
3 West Suffolk and South Norfolk 148
4 Luton 147

Full results

Bungay Festival of Running - 7th Apr

Marathon
151 Neil Gillingham 4:57:30

Half Marathon
255 Mandy Godbold 1:57:06

Stowmarket Half Marathon - 20th March

218 Mandy Godbold 1:54:42

Parkruns - 19th March

Ipswich #183
6 Neil GILLINGHAM 20:07
37 Mia PALMER 21:55
59 Chloe GODBOLD 22:57
62 Grace LINFORD-WOOD 23:09
72 Mark GODBOLD 23:32
129 Mandy GODBOLD 26:04
173 Tony R FULLER 27:35

Kesgrave #80
2 Thomas ABBOTT 17:47
7 Matthew SNOWDON 19:10
10 Jack GRADY 19:53
137 Eric PHILLIPS 30:34

Perry Hall #72
10 James EVANS 22:09

Essex Athletics Network Open Meeting, Chelmsford - 13th March

U13G
60m Madison Frost 8.8
60H Madison Frost 10.7

U13B
60m Jack Fayers 8.3
LJ Jack Fayers 4.86

U15G
60m
Morgan Frost 8.5
Maisy Armstrong 9.5
60H
Morgan Frost 9.9
Kirsten Snook 10.6
Maisy Armstrong 11.1
HJ Kirsten Snook 1.35

U17W
60m Janae Duporte-Clarke 8.4
60H Maddie Venn 10.3
HJ Maddie Venn 1.30
LJ Charlotte Hoskyns 4.08

U17M
60m Luigi Palmieri 8.3
60H Luigi Palmieri 9.7
LJ Luigi Palmieri 5.10

SW
60H Katy Sealy 9.5
HJ Katy Sealy 1.65
LJ Katy Sealy 5.23

UK CAU Championships, Birmingham - 12th March

Well done to all those selected to run for Suffolk at the inter-counties championships at the weekend, a good way to wrap up the cross country season.



Photos from some of the races can be found in the photo gallery, thanks again to Chris.

U13 Girls (team 7th)
11 Holly Fisher 12:57
16 Sasha Tydeman 13:04
38 Tilly Aldis 13:19
121 Eve McCallum 13:59

U13 Boys (team 31st)
159 George Wharam 13:01
255 Fred Adams 13:31
295 Jack Weaver 14:04

U15 Girls (team 16th)
144 Charlotte Summers 19:18

U15 Boys (team 25th)
117 Thomas Abbott 17:38
198 Jack Grady 18:11

U17 Women (team 19th)
80 Abigail Rose 22:32
87 Lilly Woodruff 22:39
167 Anna Firth 24:01

U17 Men (team 26th)
82 Thomas Adams20:46

U20 Women
75 Alice Goodwin 25:24

U20 Men (team 11th)
13 John Millar 27:56
97 Joshua Thompson 31:36
154 Antonio Capasso 35:57

Parkruns - 12th March

Ipswich #182
22 Daniel JONES 20:23
30 Mia PALMER 21:04
52 Chloe GODBOLD 22:13
68 Grace LINFORD-WOOD 23:23
80 Mark GODBOLD 23:45
91 Evie MORGAN 24:14
96 George MORGAN 24:47
115 Mandy GODBOLD 25:38
169 Tony R FULLER 27:51
199 Neil GILLINGHAM 29:29

Kesgrave #79
22 Jasmine CANT 22:32
56 Hannah LYGO 25:11

Results from SWL race at Bury St Edmunds - 6th March

Round 5:-
Senior results and standings
Junior results and standings

Parkruns - 5th March

Ipswich #181
13 Neil GILLINGHAM 21:09
23 Mia PALMER 21:42
125 Mandy GODBOLD 26:32
129 George MORGAN 26:43
270 John-James WOOLLER 36:53

Tarpley 10/20 - 28th February

10 miles
37 Neil GILLINGHAM 1:09:59

20 miles
111 Chris SUGARS 2:45:08

National Cross Country Championship, Donington Park - 27th February

We enjoyed another great day out at a major championship on Saturday, this time for the National Cross Country Championships at Donington Park. There was plenty of mud and hills to play with and the rather soft ground made for quite an energy sapping course.
The U13 girls team were in fine form again this time coming away with team silver medals. Sasha Tydeman was first home of the girls in an excellent 7th place closely followed home by Holly Fisher in 10th and Tilly Aldis in 17th. The trio were joined on the podium by Eve McCallum who came home in 66th. Also running for the U13 girls was Mimi Salsby in 89th place.
There were also notable performances from John Millar who had a strong run in his first year in the junior men's race to place 18th, Josh Hulse who finished 37th in U15 boys and Thomas Adams was 38th in U17 men's race.



Photos from some of the races can be found in the photo gallery. Thanks to Chris and Kevin for their contributions.

Individual & team placings:-

U13 Girls (Team silver)
7 Sasha Tydeman 14:14
10 Holly Fisher 14:24
17 Tilly Aldis 14:30
66 Eve McCallum 15:04
89 Mimi Salsby 15:21

U13 Boys
84 Jack Weaver 14:10
173 George Wharam 14:52

U15 Boys
37 Josh Hulse 17:36

U17 Women
66 Abigail Rose 22:38
78 Lily Woodruff 22:50
113 Anna Firth 23:30

U17 Men
38 Thomas Adams 21:05

Junior Men
18 John Millar 38:25
141 Josh Thompson 47:41

Parkruns - 27th February

Colchester Castle #152
14 Adam WOOD 19:41

Ipswich #180
10 Georgina RUSSELL 20:30
18 Neil GILLINGHAM 21:06
31 Mia PALMER 21:59
39 Chloe GODBOLD 22:33
54 Mark GODBOLD 23:21
108 Georgia BATTLE 25:41
109 Mandy GODBOLD 25:46
132 Hannah LYGO 26:44
272 John-James WOOLLER 40:25

Kesgrave #77
1 Jack GRADY 17:51
74 Lottie PASSMORE 25:20

Results and photos from SWL race at Heveningham Hall - 21st February



Round 4:-
Senior results and standings
Junior results and standings

Photos from junior race available in the photo gallery. Thanks to Chris for sending them in.

Parkruns - 20th February

Ipswich #179
2 Thomas ADAMS 17:39
6 Thomas ABBOTT 19:13
17 Dalton COE 20:05
19 Neil GILLINGHAM 20:26
26 Georgina RUSSELL 21:11
93 Greta SUPINAITE 24:46
153 Mandy GODBOLD 26:37

Kesgrave #76
1 Josh HULSE 18:29
5 Abigail ROSE 19:54
8 Jack WEAVER 20:48

England Athletics U20 Championships, Sheffield - 14th February

U20M LJ
12 Benson Craven 6.27

Lee Valley U13 / U15 Open - 13th February

U13B
60m Jack Fayers 8.24
200 Jack Fayers 26.81

U15G
60m
Jasmine Cant 8.43
Charlie Moore 8.46
200m
Jasmine Cant27.42
Charlie Moore 28.62
300m Hannah Lygo 45.73
60H Hannah Lygo 10.58
LJ Hannah Lygo 4.40

U15B 800
Adam Wood 2:38.04

Parkruns - 13th February

Ipswich #178
17 Neil GILLINGHAM 20:30
25 Leon DIX 21:33
34 Mia PALMER 22:17
68 Chloe GODBOLD 24:01
88 Evie MORGAN 25:16
110 Mandy GODBOLD 26:12
160 Tony R FULLER 29:09
161 Mark GODBOLD 29:11

Kesgrave parkrun event #75
1 Josh HULSE 17:00
7 Dalton COE 19:05
9 Matthew SNOWDON 19:24
10 Jack GRADY 19:49
11 Paul SNOWDON 20:04

Essex & Eastern AA Championships, Lee Valley - 6th & 7th February

U15W
60m 5 Jasmine Cant 8.41
200m 5 Jasmine Cant 27.60

U17M
200m H1 3 Jake Greenleaf 24.72
400m 3 Jake Greenleaf 54.29

U17W
800m 5 Lily Woodruff 2:33.99

SW
HJ 2 Katy Sealy 1.60
LJ 1 Katy Sealy 5.51

Parkruns - 6th February

Colchester Castle #149
14 Adam WOOD 20:41

Ipswich #177
37 Dalton COE 21:39
184 Tony R FULLER 28:49
281 John-James WOOLLER 38:19

South of England Cross Country Championships, Parliament Hill Fields - 30th January

Ipswich Harriers athletes and supporters had a nice day out in London on Saturday at the South of England Cross Country Championships held at Parliament Hill Fields. Athletes were treated to a traditional tough course of hills and lots of mud although this didn't deter the U13 girls team of Holly Fisher, Sasha Tydeman, April Hill and Tilly Aldis as they came away with the team gold medals and a nice trophy. The quartet were lead home by Holly in 5th with Sasha hot on her heels in 6th and April not far behind in 9th to put the team in a strong position with Tilly sealing top spot for the girls.
There were also notable performances from Jack Weaver who was 19th in the U13 boys race, John Millar placing 20th in the U20 men's and Thomas Adams who was 22nd in U17 men's race.
Well done to all competitors and thanks to SEAA and all the helpers on the day for organising a great day's racing.



Photos from some of the races can be found in the photo gallery. Thanks to Chris, David, Kevin and John for their contributions.

Individual & team placings:-

U13G (Team Gold)
5 Holly Fisher 13:02
6 Sasha Tydeman 13:03
9 April Hill 13:13
54 Tilly Aldis 14:10

U13B
19 Jack Weaver 12:33
72 George Wharam 13:06

U15B (Team 18th)
33 Joshua Hulse 17:44
120 Jack Grady 18:58
141 Thomas Abbott 19:12
177 Lee Harrison 19:52

U17W
57 Lily Woodruff 23:40

U17M
22 Thomas Adams 21:43

U20M
20 John Millar 28:50
78 Josh Thompson 33:35

SM
855 Chris Sugars 77:42
960 Neil Gillingham 85:27

Full results

Senior & U20 Games, Lee Valley - 30th & 31st January

U20M
60M Owen Giddings 7.19
LJ Benson Craven 6.26
SP Owen Giddings 10.60

SW
400M Keeley Whitlock 68.80

SM
LJ Rhys Macdonald 6.55

Parkruns - 30th January

Ipswich #176
43 Mia DANN 22:24
56 Chloe GODBOLD 22:58
65 Mia PALMER 23:31
81 Mark GODBOLD 24:09
82 Greta SUPINAITE 24:10
135 Mandy GODBOLD 26:37
171 Evie MORGAN 28:33
268 Georgia BATTLE 36:11

Kesgrave #73
2 Matthew SNOWDON 19:12
29 Paul SNOWDON 22:00
132 James EVANS 31:05

UK Cross Challenge, Cardiff - 24th January

U13 Girls
10th Tilly Aldis 12:02

London U13, U15, U17 Games. Lee Valley - 23rd & 24th January

U13B
60m Jack Fayers 8.34
200M Jack Fayers 27.52
LJ Jack Fayers 4.60

U15W
60m Jasmine Cant 8.50
200M Jasmine Cant 27.85

U17W
TJ Janae Duporte-Clarke 10.88

Parkruns - 23rd January

Kingsbury Water #132
46 43 James EVANS 22:25

Kesgrave #72
1 Thomas ADAMS 16:46
2 Josh HULSE 17:18
3 Thomas ABBOTT 17:46
4 Matthew SNOWDON 17:48
5 Jack GRADY 18:10
10 Freddie ADAMS 20:13
14 Paul SNOWDON 20:32
92 Hannah LYGO 26:29
156 Eric PHILLIPS 31:00

Ipswich #175
21 Neil GILLINGHAM 20:21
39 Chloe GODBOLD 21:58
61 Mia PALMER 23:18
83 Greta SUPINAITE 24:11
94 Georgia BATTLE 24:52
95 Dalton COE 24:53
101 Mark GODBOLD 25:09
135 Mandy GODBOLD 26:16
180 George MORGAN 28:20
182 Tony R FULLER 28:21

Results and photos from SWL race at Stowmarket - 17th January



Well done, another good turn out and set of results at round 3 of this year's Suffolk Winter League:-

Senior results and standings
Junior results and standings

Photos from junior and senior races available in the photo gallery. Thanks to Andrew and Chris for sending them in.

Next race is on 21st February at Heveningham Park, Bungay.

SEAA Senior Indoor T&F Championships, Lee Valley - 16th & 17th January

High Jump final
6 Katy Sealy 1.65

Parkruns - 16th January

Kesgrave #71
2 Thomas ADAMS 17:09
14 Neil GILLINGHAM 19:49
129 Mandy GODBOLD 26:31
158 Mark GODBOLD 28:04

Suffolk County XC Championships, Heveningham Hall - 10th January

We had an enjoyable day out in the scenic surroundings of Heveningham Park at the Suffolk County Cross Country Championshipa on Sunday. It was rather wet underfoot but the sun shone on some excellent racing. The Suffolk County Athletics Association had set a good challenging course with a little sting in the tale by way of an up hill finish.
We came away with 11 individual and 4 team medals in the 8 categories we contested. Individual winners were April Hill (U13G), Thomas Adams (U17M) and John Millar (U20M). The strong U13 girls squad dominated their event filling the first six places with April Hill leading them home closely followed by team mates Holly Fisher and Sasha Tydeman to claim the team trophy.
The U15 boys and U17 women also won team gold medal honours. First scorer for the U15 boys was Thomas Abbott in 2nd place backed up by a strong run from Matthew Snowdon in 3rd and Josh Hulse in 8th. The U17 women's team of Abigail Rose, Lily Woodruff and Anna Firth put in an excellent team performance finishing 2nd, 3rd and 4th respectively for their trophy.
There were other notable performances from Jack Weaver (U13B) and Charlotte Summers (U15G), both athletes winning individual silver medals. Jack also picked up a team silver along with team members George Wharam (4th) and Frederick Adams (10th). There was also a strong run from Roger Aldis in the tough senior men's 12k event finishing 14th over all and picking up 3rd place in the V40 category.
Well done to all competitors and thanks to SCAA and all the helpers on the day for organising a great day's racing.

Photos from some of the races can be found in the photo gallery. Thanks to Chris, David, Kevin and John for their contributions.

Individual & team placings:

U13 Girls (Team: Gold)
1 April Hill 11:46
2 Holly Fisher 11:50
3 Sasha Tydeman 12:03
4 Mimi Salsby 12:37
5 Eve McCallum 12:42
6 Tilly Aldis 12:52
9 Mia Dann 13:48
13 Nellee Berry 14:12

U13 Boys (Team: Silver)
2 Jack Weaver 11:37
4 George Wharam 12:07
10 Frederick Adams 12:38
12 Jack Hayes 13:03

U15 Girls
2 Charlotte Summers 16:52
17 Evie Morgan 20:47
18 Alice Cox 21:21

U15 Boys (Team: Gold )
2 Thomas Abbott 14:59
3 Matthew Snowdon 15:05
8 Josh Hulse 15:46
9 Jack Grady 15:51
18 George Fricker 17:15
22 Adam Wood 18:16

U17 Women (Team: Gold )
2 Abigail Rose 20:10
3 Lily Woodruff 20:49
4 Anna Firth 21:05

U17 Men
1 Thomas Adams 20:49

U20 Men
1 John Millar 27:54

Senior men
14 Roger Aldis 46:39 (3rd V40)

SEAA U15 Indoor T&F Championships, Lee Valley - 9th & 10th January

60m Heats
4 Jasmine Cant 8.49
200m Semi Finals
4 Jasmine Cant 27.86

Parkruns - 9th January

Ipswich #174
3 Dalton COE 18:39
9 Neil GILLINGHAM 20:06
44 Mia PALMER 23:03
52 George MORGAN 23:27
74 Chloe GODBOLD 24:14
81 Mark GODBOLD 24:31
105 Greta SUPINAITE 25:36
126 Georgia BATTLE 26:36
171 Tony R FULLER 28:18
316 Mandy GODBOLD 01:03:12

Gunnersbury #216
130 Ben HIGGINS 24:09

Kesgrave #70
68 James EVANS 25:43

Parkruns - 1st & 2nd January

2nd January
Ipswich #173
51 Greta SUPINAITE 26:49
52 Chloe GODBOLD 26:51
54 Neil GILLINGHAM 26:53
97 George MORGAN 29:38
141 Mark GODBOLD 33:38
157 Mandy GODBOLD 35:03

Kesgrave #69
2 Thomas ADAMS 17:27
4 Ross FAWCETT 19:02
7 Matthew SNOWDON 19:23
11 Jack GRADY 20:10
35 Thomas ABBOTT 22:25
45 Alice COX 23:08
47 Mia PALMER 23:17
95 James EVANS 26:45
133 Paul SNOWDON 28:45

1st January
Ipswich #172
6 Matthew SNOWDON 19:37
16 Thomas ABBOTT 21:31
20 Paul SNOWDON 21:57
72 Chloe GODBOLD 24:50
98 Evie MORGAN 25:58
119 Mark GODBOLD 27:00
138 Hannah LYGO 28:30
155 George MORGAN 29:43
201 Neil GILLINGHAM 32:09
220 James EVANS 33:09
253 Mandy GODBOLD 36:53
259 Georgia BATTLE 38:26

Kesgrave #68
6 Kevin PEIRCE 18:19
12 Jack GRADY 19:41
25 Paul SNOWDON 21:17
39 Chloe GODBOLD 21:55
49 Neil GILLINGHAM 22:23
89 Thomas ABBOTT 25:05
99 Hannah LYGO 25:32
104 Mark GODBOLD 25:39
185 Eric PHILLIPS 31:20

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Parkruns - 25th & 26th December

26th December
Pollok, Glasgow #358
5 Josh HULSE 20:38

Ipswich #171
1 Neil GILLINGHAM 21:13
32 Chloe GODBOLD 24:06
60 Mark GODBOLD 25:50
113 Mandy GODBOLD 32:41

Winchester #142
2 Thomas ADAMS 19:48
22 Freddie ADAMS 22:52

Kesgrave #67
23 Paul SNOWDON 21:51
41 Thomas ABBOTT 23:27
42 Matthew SNOWDON 23:37
76 Hannah LYGO 26:18
86 Jack GRADY 27:06

25th December
Ipswich #170
5 Thomas ABBOTT 19:54
40 Chloe GODBOLD 23:58
48 Mia PALMER 24:34
77 Mark GODBOLD 27:13
100 Mandy GODBOLD 28:58

Parkruns - 19th December

Ipswich #169
6 Dalton COE 19:39
19 Leon DIX 21:33
31 Neil GILLINGHAM 22:25
91 Jasmine CANT 26:35
98 Chloe GODBOLD 27:00
99 Georgia BATTLE 27:03
110 Mandy GODBOLD 27:48

Colchester Castle #140
5 Josh HULSE 18:48

Kesgrave #66
1 Matthew SNOWDON 18:46
46 Mia PALMER 23:15
75 Hannah LYGO 25:57

Parkruns - 12th December

Ipswich #168
43 Mia PALMER 24:05
52 Chloe GODBOLD 24:54
53 Greta SUPINAITE 25:02
138 John-James WOOLLER 34:39
158 Mandy GODBOLD 56:46

Kesgrave #65
89 Eric PHILLIPS 29:35

Results and photos from SWL race at Sutton - 6th December




Well done, another good turn out and set of results at round 2 of this year's Suffolk Winter League:-

Senior results and standings
Junior results and standings

Photos from junior and senior races available in the photo gallery. Thanks to Chris Woodruff for sending them in.

Next SWL race is on 17th January at Haughley Park, Stowmarket .

Parkruns - 5th December

Ipswich #167
3 Dalton COE 19:22
22 Neil GILLINGHAM 22:34
41 Greta SUPINAITE 24:17
74 Mandy GODBOLD 27:40

UK Cross Challenge, Liverpool - 28th November

U13 Girls
7th Tilly Aldis 11:53

Parkruns - 28th November

Ipswich #166
26 Chloe GODBOLD 22:43
27 Neil GILLINGHAM 22:44
34 Mia PALMER 23:20
52 Jasmine CANT 24:36
76 Georgia BATTLE 26:16
81 Mandy GODBOLD 26:30
114 Tony R FULLER 28:36

Peckham Rye #78
10 Abigail ROSE 19:35

Kesgrave #63
2 Jack GRADY 17:56
7 Matthew SNOWDON 20:53
13 Paul SNOWDON 21:26
14 Jack WEAVER 21:30
118 Eric PHILLIPS 31:03

EAA XC Championshipa, Colchester - 21st November

A cold and blustery but good day out for Harriers with 8 individual and 6 team medals in the 8 categories we contested. Individual winners were April Hill, Jack Grady, Lily Woodruff and Thomas Adams. Thanks to Kevin, Chris and John for the photo contributions.



U13 Girls
1 April Hill 11:39
2 Holly Fisher 12:21
3 Tilly Aldis 12:21
4 Mimi Salsby 12:36
5 Eve McCallum 12:38
10 Mia Dann 14:01
13 Nellee Berry 14:16
Teams: Gold & Silver

U13 Boys
8 George Wharam 12:09
12 Jack Hayes 12:51
13 Freddie Adams 12:58
Teams: Silver

U15 Girls
6 Charlotte Summers 15:19
18 Evie Morgan 18:59

U15 Boys
1 Jack Grady 13:33
3 Thomas Abbott 13:52
11 Matthew Snowdon 14:57
16 Geoge Fricker 16:14
18 Adam Wood 16:44
Teams: Gold

U17 Women
1 Lily Woodruff 23:58
2 Abigail Rose 24:01
10 Holly Aston 32:34
Teams: Gold

U17 Men
1 Thomas Adams 20:04
4 Paul Wain 20:54
5 Henry Milldown 21:03
11 Alex Lawrence 22:18
Teams: Gold

U20 Men
4 Josh Thompson 30:24
5 Edward Harris 34:51

Senior men
9 Roger Aldis 42:52

Parkruns - 21st November

Ipswich #165
22 Jasmine CANT 23:22
46 Chloe GODBOLD 24:34
53 Greta SUPINAITE 25:11
75 Mandy GODBOLD 26:47
90 Tony R FULLER 29:00
118 Georgia COLDWELL 31:31

Kesgrave #62
5 Neil GILLINGHAM 19:54
32 Mia PALMER 22:37
58 Hannah LYGO 26:04

Parkruns - 14th November

Ipswich #164
6 Neil GILLINGHAM 19:36
24 Dalton COE 20:55
38 Mia PALMER 22:36
50 Chloe GODBOLD 23:10
63 Greta SUPINAITE 23:48
79 Mark GODBOLD 24:27
99 Mandy GODBOLD 25:39
129 Georgia BATTLE 27:11
186 Charlie MOORE 30:18
227 John-James WOOLLER 33:14

Kingsbury Water #121
132 James EVANS 28:54

Kesgrave #61
1 Thomas ADAMS 16:52
3 Jack GRADY 18:01
134 Eric PHILLIPS 30:13

UK Cross Challenge, Milton Keynes - 7th November

U13 Girls
7th Tilly Aldis 10:45

Parkruns - 7th November

Ipswich #163
1 Thomas ADAMS 17:43
3 Paul WAIN 19:02
16 Neil GILLINGHAM 21:34
40 Mia PALMER 24:06
56 Mark GODBOLD 24:47
57 Chloe GODBOLD 24:51
68 Greta SUPINAITE 26:01
74 Jasmine CANT 26:19
77 Georgia BATTLE 26:34
90 Mandy GODBOLD 27:27
155 John-James WOOLLER 33:39

Bury St Edmunds #123
1 Thomas ABBOTT 19:35

Kesgrave #60
3 Jack GRADY 18:21
4 Matthew SNOWDON 18:33
29 Paul SNOWDON 21:45
149 James EVANS 33:20

Results and photos from SWL race at Framlingham - 1st November




Well done to all athletes, helpers and supporters who went along to the first round of this year's Suffolk Winter League, a great turn out and excellent results:-

Senior results and standings
Junior results and standings

Photos from junior and senior races available in the photo gallery. Thanks to Chris Woodruff for sending them in.

Next race is on 6th December at Sutton Village Hall.

ECCA Cross Country Relays, Mansfield - 31st October




Congratulations to the U13 girls team of Holly Fisher, Tilly Aldis and April Hill for winning bronze at the National Cross Country relay championships in Mansfield on Saturday. The U15 boys team of Tom Abbott, Matthew Snowdon and Josh Hulse also put in a strong performance finishing in 6th place.

U13 girls
3rd 22:55 (H Fisher, T Aldis, A Hill)
33rd 25:16 (S Tydeman, N Berry, E McAllum)

U15 boys
6th 19:49 (T Abbott, M Snowdon, J Hulse)

U15 girls
52nd 24:49 (J Slater, M Craig, C Summers)

U17 men
30th 30:38 (H Milldown, P Wain, A Tripp)

Junior men
32nd 28:59 (J Millar, J Thompson, T Passmore)

Full results and report

Parkruns - 31st October

Ipswich #162
8 Dalton COE 21:37
87 Mandy GODBOLD 26:38
131 Neil GILLINGHAM 30:01
196 Charlie MOORE 35:21
199 John-James WOOLLER 35:47

Keswick #83
125 Eric PHILLIPS 32:14

Kesgrave #58
11 Jack WEAVER 19:47
46 Alice COX 22:47

Parkruns - 24th October

Ipswich #161
15 Dalton COE 20:36
55 Greta SUPINAITE 23:46
76 Mark GODBOLD 24:58
82 Chloe GODBOLD 25:16
87 Jasmine CANT 25:35
112 Mandy GODBOLD 26:51
169 Georgia COLDWELL 30:03
198 Charlie MOORE 32:35
204 John-James WOOLLER 33:14

Winchester #133
3 Thomas ADAMS 17:43
44 Freddie ADAMS 21:49

Kesgrave #57
1 Thomas ABBOTT 18:11
11 Matthew SNOWDON 20:10
33 Jack GRADY 21:34
41 Mia PALMER 22:00
66 Hannah LYGO 24:32
80 Jack WEAVER 25:15

Parkruns - 17th October

Ipswich #160
7 Dalton COE 20:11
38 Chloe GODBOLD 22:47
49 Mia PALMER 23:41
64 Greta SUPINAITE 24:46
66 Jasmine CANT 24:48
68 Caitlin FOSKER 25:03
79 Mark GODBOLD 25:26
101 Mandy GODBOLD 26:30
107 Georgia BATTLE 26:45
139 Tony R FULLER 28:56
217 Georgia COLDWELL 33:44
219 Charlie MOORE 34:10
224 John-James WOOLLER 34:40

Kesgrave #56
1 Thomas ADAMS 16:56
15 Jack GRADY 19:49
19 Neil GILLINGHAM 20:24
35 James EVANS 21:35
180 Eric PHILLIPS 33:05

Martlesham 5k & 10k - 11th October

5k
2 Paul Wain 16:58
7 Thomas Abbott 17:54

10k
1 Theo Passmore 34:53
8 Kevin Peirce 36:49
41 Stephen Hicks 41:46
128 Mandy Godbold 51:36

Parkruns - 10th October

Ipswich #159
11 Neil GILLINGHAM 21:04
47 Mia PALMER 23:30
57 Caitlin FOSKER 25:09
62 Jasmine CANT 25:29
67 Mandy GODBOLD 26:04
83 Chloe GODBOLD 26:40
84 Greta SUPINAITE 26:40
97 Tony R FULLER 27:33
209 Charlie MOORE 36:34
241 John-James WOOLLER 48:23

Kesgrave #56
9 Tilly Rose ALDIS 19:59
18 Matthew SNOWDON 20:59
33 Paul SNOWDON 22:20
41 Alex WRIGHT 23:08
145 Eric PHILLIPS 29:59

Parkruns - 3rd October

Ipswich #158
2 Matthew SNOWDON 18:51
7 Dalton COE 19:40
32 Paul SNOWDON 22:08
38 Mia PALMER 22:41
53 Greta SUPINAITE 23:41
85 Chloe GODBOLD 25:19
100 Mandy GODBOLD 26:10
134 Jasmine CANT 28:03
148 Tony R FULLER 28:39
218 John-James WOOLLER 34:31
224 Charlie MOORE 35:19
253 Georgia BATTLE 39:26

Bury St Edmunds #118
9 Dominic MASON 19:22

Kesgrave #55
3 Thomas ABBOTT 17:42
41 James EVANS 22:45
69 Hannah LYGO 24:54

Felixstowe Coastal 10 mile - 27th September

52 Stephen Hicks 1:12:05
55 Chris Sugars 1:12:25
192 Mandy Godbold 1:26:50

Parkruns - 26th September

Ipswich #157
17 Dalton COE 21:52
23 Oliver MINNS 22:28
39 Chloe GODBOLD 23:48
44 Neil GILLINGHAM 24:04
85 Mandy GODBOLD 26:56
123 Tony R FULLER 29:10
140 Georgia COLDWELL 30:28
154 Jasmine CANT 31:10
172 Charlie MOORE 34:03
174 John-James WOOLLER 34:14

Colchester Castle #128
56 6 Mia PALMER 22:38

Kesgrave #54
10 Matthew SNOWDON 19:30
11 Tilly Rose ALDIS 19:34
64 Georgia BATTLE 25:09
139 Eric PHILLIPS 30:12

Ipswich Half Marathon - 20th September

95 Stephen Hicks 1:36:42
117 Dalton Coe 1:39:07
619 Mandy Godbold 2:01:43

Parkruns - 19th September

Ipswich #156
28 Greta SUPINAITE 24:08
33 Chloe GODBOLD 24:52
34 Caitlin FOSKER 24:53
52 Georgia BATTLE 26:23
55 Mandy GODBOLD 26:45
101 Tony R FULLER 30:13
127 Georgia COLDWELL 32:02
166 John-James WOOLLER 37:39

Kesgrave #53
1 Thomas ADAMS 17:32
2 Matthew SNOWDON 18:21
3 Kevin PEIRCE 18:27
4 Neil GILLINGHAM 19:04
36 Mia PALMER 22:40
93 Paul SNOWDON 26:53
136 James EVANS 28:53
156 Eric PHILLIPS 30:13

EAL Final, BSE - 13th September

Full results

Parkruns - 12th September

Ipswich #155
57 Greta SUPINAITE 25:02
72 George MORGAN 26:09
74 Mandy GODBOLD 26:18

Kesgrave #53
2 Kevin PEIRCE 18:30

Gunnersbury #199
61 Ben HIGGINS 21:54

EYAL Final, Bedford - 6th September

1 BEDFORD 583.5 + B15 & G13 winners
2 BASILDON 566.5 + M17 & B13 winners
3 IPSWICH 527.5 + W17 winners
4 STEVENAGE & NH 490
5 NENE VALLEY 485..5
6 HAVERING 479 + G15 winners

Full results

Framlingham 10K - 6th September

16 Alex Tripp 38:00
48 Stephen Hicks 42:35

Langham 10k - 6th September

3 Paul Wain 35:27

Hibbard Trophy Meeting, Ipswich - 5th September

Full results

Parkruns - 5th September

Ipswich #154
1 Dalton COE 18:52
77 Mandy GODBOLD 26:07
82 George MORGAN 26:28
89 Evie MORGAN 27:07
95 Caitlin FOSKER 27:28
230 Georgia BATTLE 00:45:02

Kesgrave #51
13 Paul SNOWDON 20:47

Kingsbury Water #111
151 James EVANS 28:34

Norwich 10k - 30th August

11 Theo Passmore 34:36

Parkruns - 29th August

Ipswich #153
1 Paul WAIN 18:09
5 Dalton COE 19:44
6 Jack WEAVER 20:02
93 Chloe GODBOLD 25:40
104 Mandy GODBOLD 26:36

Kesgrave #50
7 Matthew SNOWDON Ipswich 19:57
20 Jack GRADY 21:24
122 Eric PHILLIPS 30:42

Parkruns - 22nd August

Ipswich #152
9 Dalton COE 19:51
20 Neil GILLINGHAM 21:17
79 Chloe GODBOLD 26:26
93 Mandy GODBOLD 26:53
97 Caitlin FOSKER 27:12
107 Georgia BATTLE 27:46

Peckham Rye #64
11 Abigail ROSE 20:10

Parkruns - 15th August

Ipswich #151
43 Caitlin FOSKER 25:28
46 Georgia BATTLE 25:45

Colchester Castle #122
43 Adam WOOD 22:15

Great Cornard #78
23 Mia PALMER 22:28

Kesgrave #49
4 Matthew SNOWDON 19:12
8 Jack GRADY 20:19
42 Alex WRIGHT 23:26
73 Paul SNOWDON 25:37

Ipswich Twilight 10k & 5k- 14th August

5k
27 Paul Wain 17:05
65 Neil Gillingham 18:53

10k
14 Joshua Sugars 38:20
49 Chris Sugars 41:40
70 Stephen Hicks 42:35
273 Mandy Godbold 51:14

EAL, Cambridge - 9th August

Match result:
1 C&C 127
2 Luton 115
3 Ipswich 104
4 Leighton Buzz 37
5 Hunts AC 25
6 Colch & Tend 10

Full results

Parkruns - 8th August

Ipswich #150
1 Thomas ADAMS 19:09
22 Neil GILLINGHAM 21:20
69 Chloe GODBOLD 24:56
74 Caitlin FOSKER 25:09
93 Mandy GODBOLD 26:31
115 Tony R FULLER 27:58

Faelledparken #199
33 James EVANS 24:08

Kesgrave #48
41 Mia PALMER 23:35

EYAL, Woodford Green - 2nd August

Match result:
1.Basildon 771.5
2.Ipswich 728
3.WoodfordGreen 572.5
4.Cambridge&C 442
5.HertsPh 420
6.Braintree 318

Full results

Final league table with Harriers finishing in sixth place - full table

Parkruns - 1st August

Ipswich #149
4 Dalton COE 19:52
55 Mandy GODBOLD 25:37
109 Tony R FULLER 29:33

Lyme Park #71
17 Stephen HICKS 22:46

Kesgrave #47
6 Neil GILLINGHAM 19:13
21 Matthew SNOWDON 20:36
99 Paul SNOWDON 25:46
200 Eric PHILLIPS 32:13

Parkruns - 25th July

Bury St Edmunds #109
8 Dominic MASON 21:06
106 Nadia MASON 31:19

Kesgrave #46
2 Matthew SNOWDON 18:58
50 Mia PALMER 22:43
75 Chloe GODBOLD 23:50
98 Mandy GODBOLD 24:57
147 James EVANS 28:32

EAL, Ipswich - 19th July

Full results

Full league tables

Parkruns - 18th July

Ipswich #148
72 Mandy GODBOLD 25:52
94 Georgia BATTLE 27:15
177 Georgia COLDWELL 32:48

Kesgrave #45
5 Kevin PEIRCE 18:20
14 Matthew SNOWDON 20:24
181 Eric PHILLIPS 32:39

South Manchester #283
235 Ella JENNINGS 27:46

Ekiden Relays, Woodbridge - 12th July

Well done, Ekiden winners!

Mens Open
1st 2:23:33.3

Mixed
7th 2:46:25.5

EYAL, Bury St. Edmunds - 12th July

Match result
1.Bedford 811.5
2.Havering 694
3.Ipswich 663
4.Norwich 592.5
5.Colchester&T 262
6.Team Norfolk 231
7.WestSuffolk/Diss 224

Full results

After four rounds of the league Harriers are in sixth place - full table

Parkruns - 11th July

Ipswich #147
4 Dalton COE 20:00
56 Greta SUPINAITE 24:34:00
88 Mandy GODBOLD 26:19:00
126 Chloe GODBOLD 27:50:00
149 Neil GILLINGHAM 29:11:00

Kesgrave #44
67 Matthew SNOWDON 26:07
88 Paul SNOWDON 27:33
135 Jack WEAVER 31:26

SAL Div 2 East Round 4, Dartford - 4th July

Match result
1 Ipswich 190.5
2 Belgrave Harriers 190.5
3 Herts Phoenix 179
4 Cambridge & Coleridge 162

Full results

Parkruns - 4th July

Ipswich #146
36 Mia PALMER 23:33
59 Neil GILLINGHAM 25:02
107 Georgia BATTLE 27:48

Kesgrave #43
10 Matthew SNOWDON 20:11
26 Alex WRIGHT 22:12
91 Hannah LYGO 27:29

Gt Bentley Friday 5 - 3rd July

4 Paul Wain 27:43:00
10 Thomas Adams 28:13:00
54 Daniel Jones 31:52:00
90 Neil Gillingham 33:39:00
269 Mandy Godbold 40:58:00

Eastern Counties AA Championships, Cambridge - 27th June

Full results

ESAA Anglian Schools' Combined Events Championships, Chelmsford - 27th&28th June

Junior Girls Pentathlon
14 Isabella Keeley 2239
23 Hannah Lygo 1843

Intermediate Girls Heptathlon
1 Isabella Blowers 4053

Full results

Parkruns - 27th June

Kesgrave #42
1 Caleb SWAN 18:35
2 Thomas LYGO 18:40
3 Jack GRADY 18:47
4 Jack WEAVER 19:20
6 Daniel JONES 19:36
46 Alex WRIGHT 23:06
70 Kirsty THORNDYKE 24:17
148 Melanie CUTTING 28:17
209 Eric PHILLIPS 32:23
280 Matthew SNOWDON 41:06

Ipswich #145
4 Thomas ADAMS 18:18
49 Mia PALMER 23:22
89 Georgia BATTLE 25:41
93 Mandy GODBOLD 25:51
98 Caitlin FOSKER 26:07
142 Tony R FULLER 28:19
176 George MORGAN 29:43
186 Georgia COLDWELL 30:10
195 Greta SUPINAITE 30:30

South Manchester #280
210 Ella JENNINGS 26:53

SAL Div 2 East Round 3, Eltham - 20th June

Match result
1 Croydon Harriers 210
2 Ashford 193
3 Ipswich Harriers 171
4 Cambridge Harriers 136

Full results

Parkruns - 20th June

Kesgrave #41
102 Paul SNOWDON 27:08
124 Jack GRADY 28:09
192 Eric PHILLIPS 32:46

Ipswich #144
13 Dalton COE 20:28
147 Neil GILLINGHAM 29:54

Stowmarket Friday 5 & Fun Run - 19th June

10 Thomas Adams 30:07
51 Neil Gillingham 34:38
64 Dominic Mason 35:18
78 Stephen Hicks 36:16
95 Chris Sugars 36:50
213 Mandy Godbold 43:07

Fun Run
2 Thomas Abbott 9:45
7 Tilly Aldis 10:42 (1st female)
13 Mia Palmer 11:48
27 Georgia Battie 13:25

EYAL, Peterborough - 14th June

Match result
1 NeneValley 747.5
2 Chelmsford 665
3 Ipswich 644
4 Barnet/Shaftesbury 622.5
5 Luton 331
6 Peterborough 288
7 Biggleswade 207

Full results

After three rounds of the league Harriers are in fifth place - full table

Parkruns - 13th & 14th June

Kesgrave #40
20 Jack GRADY 21:07
31 Mia PALMER 21:52
65 James EVANS 23:49
76 Georgia BATTLE 24:47

Ipswich #143
8 Dalton COE 20:26
55 Neil GILLINGHAM 24:45
82 Caitlin FOSKER 26:19
104 Greta SUPINAITE 27:30
120 Mandy GODBOLD 28:33

Ipswich Junior #35
1 Mia PALMER 07:59

Saint Edmund Pacers Bury Friday 5 - 12th June

45 Neil Gillingham 33:40
219 Mandy Godbold 42:09

Parkruns - 6th & 7th June

Kesgrave #39
4 Thomas ABBOTT 18:24
5 Kevin PEIRCE 18:28
6 Matthew SNOWDON 18:43
33 Mia PALMER 22:28
79 Hannah LYGO 24:53:00

Ipswich #142
9 Dalton COE 20:13
76 Greta SUPINAITE 25:03
78 Georgia BATTLE 25:11
93 Mandy GODBOLD 26:08
115 Tony R FULLER 27:56
136 Chloe GODBOLD 29:01

Cannon Hill, Birmingham #247
16 Lucy BARNES 19:04

Kingsbury Water #98
75 James EVANS 23:14

Ipswich Junior #34
1 Thomas ABBOTT 06:44
3 Jack GRADY 07:04
8 Mia PALMER 08:07

Felixstowe RR Kirton Friday 5 & Fun Run - 5th June

5 Mile
10 Adams Thomas 29:11
17 Paul Wain 30:03
53 Daniel Jones 32:27
129 Neil Gillingham 36:06
260 Chloe Godbold 41:44
268 Mandy Godbold 41:54

Fun Run
8 Tilly Aldis 10:08 (1st female)

SAL Div 2 East Round 2, Cambridge - 31st May

Match result
1 Ipswich 190.5
2 Belgrave Harriers 190.5
3 Herts Phoenix 179
4 Cambridge & Coleridge 162

Full results

Ipswich Junior Parkrun #33 - 31st May

1 Jack GRADY 07:17
7 Grace LINFORD-WOOD 08:26

Ipswich Parkrun #141 - 30th May

11 Neil GILLINGHAM 20:30
17 Thomas LYGO 21:20
71 George MORGAN 25:23
82 Hannah LYGO 25:50
95 Georgia BATTLE 26:08
97 Mandy GODBOLD 26:10
139 Tony R FULLER 28:29
143 Caitlin FOSKER 28:38
163 Evie MORGAN 29:49

Kesgrave Parkrun #38 - 30th May

2 Jack WEAVER 18:25
3 Thomas ABBOTT 18:31
4 Jack GRADY 18:33
5 Kevin PEIRCE 18:39
47 Mia PALMER 23:18

Ipswich JAFFA Friday 5 & Fun Run - 29th May

5 mile
5 Paul Wain 28:58
13 Thomas Adams 30:11
50 Neil Gillingham 33:28
193 Mandy Godbold 41:54

Fun Run
1 Thomas Abbott 6.13
7 Tilly Aldis 6.43 (1st female)
16 Georgia Battie 8.03

Kesgrave Parkrun #37 - 23rd May

6 Neil GILLINGHAM 18:40

Ipswich Parkrun #140 - 23rd May

1 Paul WAIN 17:56
11 Dalton COE 20:06
80 Georgia BATTLE 25:06
92 Mandy GODBOLD 25:51
93 Greta SUPINAITE 25:51

Woodbridge 10k and Junior Race - 17th May

Congratulations to Theo Passmore on a fine win at the Woodbridge 10k on Sunday.

10k
1 Theo Passmore 34:12
7 Paul Wain 36:37
28 Henry Milldown 38:54
41 Ben Wharnsby 39:48
42 Neil Gillingham 39:50
109 Stephen Hicks 43:54
288 Kirsty Thorndyke 50:35
329 Mandy Godbold 51:56

Junior Race
2 Thomas Abbott 04:43
7 Holly Fisher 05:09
18 Thomas Hayden 05:26
31 James Evans 05:43
36 Lottie Passmore 05:50
37 Nellee Berry 05:51
43 Anna Firth 05:59

Ipswich Junior Parkrun #31 - 17th May

1 Jack GRADY 07:25

Kesgrave Parkrun #36 - 16th May

1 Thomas LYGO 18:35
3 Jack WEAVER 19:11
6 Paul SNOWDON 20:15
34 Matthew SNOWDON 22:50
40 Mia PALMER 23:25
54 Hannah LYGO 24:23

Ipswich Parkrun #139 - 16th May

14 Neil GILLINGHAM 21:51
23 Dalton COE 22:44
41 George MORGAN 24:08
55 Chloe GODBOLD 24:56
73 Georgia BATTLE 25:59
78 Mandy GODBOLD 26:10
99 Caitlin FOSKER 27:05
109 Georgia COLDWELL 27:41

EYAL, Watford - 10th May

Match result
1 Ipswich 668
2 Dacorum&T 560
3 Thurrock 517
4 Watford 467
5 StAlbans 463
6 HertsPh 445
7 Luton 342

Full results

Alton Water 5K - 10th May

1 Paul Wain 17:34

Ipswich Junior Parkrun #30 - 10th May

3 Grace LINFORD-WOOD 08:00
4 Mia PALMER 08:27

Ipswich Parkrun #138 - 9th May

3 Thomas ABBOTT 18:58
11 Dalton COE 20:42
83 Mandy GODBOLD 25:43:00
104 Tony R FULLER 27:43:00
113 Georgia COLDWELL 28:23:00

Kesgrave Parkrun #35 - 9th May

3 Neil GILLINGHAM 19:16
16 Jack GRADY 21:37
29 Mia PALMER 22:45
50 Georgia BATTLE 25:26
125 Eric PHILLIPS 32:26

EAL, Colchester - 3rd May

Full results

Braunstone parkrun, Leicester #237 - 2nd May

2 Paul WAIN 16:41

Kesgrave Parkrun #34 - 2nd May

2 Neil GILLINGHAM 18:27
3 Michael FULLER 19:07
35 Jack GRADY 22:24
76 Tony R FULLER 26:19

Ipswich Parkrun #137 - 2nd May

6 Thomas ABBOTT 18:14
14 Dalton COE 19:12
91 Mandy GODBOLD 24:31
174 Georgia COLDWELL 27:48

London Marathon - 26th April

Well done to our marathon runners!

9366 Oliver Minns 3:44:44
13330 Kirsty Thorndyke 3:58:13
13363 Leanne Thorndyke 3:58:17

London Mini Marathon - 26th April

Well done to the following athletes who represented the East of England at the London Mini Marathon, which takes place before the full marathon.



Girls Under 13 - 10th April Hill 17:54
Girls Under 17 - 53rd Abigail Rose 18:27
Boys Under 15 - 52nd Thomas Adams 16:28
Boys Under 17 - 15th John Millar 14:50

Ipswich Junior Parkrun #28 - 26th April

1 Jack GRADY 07:17
67 Grace LINFORD-WOOD 14:37

SAL Div 2 East, Ipswich - 25th April

Match result
1 Ipswich 210
2 West Suffolk/Diss 163.5
3 Havering AC 161
4 Luton 154.5

Full results

Ipswich Parkrun #136 - 25th April

11 Dominic MASON 18:54
16 Dalton COE 19:09
21 Tilly Rose ALDIS 19:54
33 Neil GILLINGHAM 20:39
102 Mandy GODBOLD 25:06

Kesgrave Parkrun #33 - 25th April

3 Matthew SNOWDON 18:34
4 Thomas LYGO 18:55
49 Mia PALMER 23:05
67 Hannah LYGO 24:32

EYAL, Ipswich - 19th April

Match result
1 Ipswich 757.5
2 StevenageNH 706
3 ColchesterH 516
4 Southend 416
5 Team Norfolk 338
6 WestSuffolk 306.5
7 Braintree 278

Full results http://www.thepowerof10.info/results/results.aspx?meetingid=129945

Ipswich Junior Parkrun #27 - 19th April

13 Jack GRADY 09:45
14 Grace LINFORD-WOOD 09:46

Bungay Festival Of Running - 19th April


Bungay Marathon
40th Neil Gillingham 3:27:37 pb
58th Daniel Jones 3:37:39 pb
71st Chris Sugars 3:42:13 sb

Bungay 10k
11th Joshua Sugars 39:12

Ipswich Parkrun #135 - 18th April

15 Dalton COE 20:24
75 Mandy GODBOLD 24:16
113 Tony R FULLER 26:08
219 Georgia BATTLE 33:52

Kesgrave Parkrun #32 - 18th April

6 Matthew SNOWDON 19:41
16 Paul SNOWDON 20:50
158 Eric PHILLIPS 33:22

Dulwich Parkrun #160 - 18th April

46 Abigail ROSE 19:46

Ipswich Junior Parkrun #26 - 12th April

2 Jack GRADY 07:17
5 Mia PALMER 08:29
46 Grace LINFORD-WOOD 12:08

Lee Valley Open - 11th April

A good turnout for some early season competition, full results on power of 10.

Ipswich Parkrun #134 - 11th April

10 Lucy BARNES 19:13
17 Tilly Rose ALDIS 19:54
18 Dalton COE 20:20
77 Georgia BATTLE 24:56
82 Mandy GODBOLD 25:09
85 Greta SUPINAITE 25:16
115 Tony R FULLER 26:54
174 Neil GILLINGHAM 31:39

Kesgrave Parkrun #31 - 11th April

3 Thomas ABBOTT 19:15
5 Jack WEAVER 19:38
64 Melanie CUTTING 26:12

Ipswich Junior Parkrun #25 - 5th April

2 Thomas ABBOTT 07:05
3 Jack GRADY 07:05
6 Grace LINFORD-WOOD 08:36

Danny Mullane Open Meeting, Chelmsford - 4th April

The Chelmsford Open provided some good early season competition, full results on power of 10.

Thetford AC Winter Throws Competition, BSE - 4th April

DT1K U15W Megan Hughes 19.65

HT7.26K SM
Michael Davis 31.44
David Hughes 26.40

HT6K M55 Malcolm Fenton 47.29

HT3K U17W Lana Fulcher 42.12

Kesgrave Parkrun #30 - 4th April

7 Jack WEAVER 19:01
28 Paul SNOWDON 21:43

Ipswich Parkrun #133 - 4th April

7 Neil GILLINGHAM 19:21
33 Dalton COE 22:06
42 Grace LINFORD-WOOD 22:56
53 Mia PALMER 23:48
69 Georgia BATTLE 24:57
74 Greta SUPINAITE 25:21
82 Mandy GODBOLD 25:51

Crystal Palace Parkrun #233 - 4th April

11 Abigail ROSE 20:31

Lee Valley U13/U15 Open - 29th March

60m U15W
Jasmine Cant 8.53
Charlie Moore 8.62

200m U15W
Hannah Lygo 28.95
Charlie Moore 28.95
Jasmine Cant 28.29

800m U15W Hannah Lygo 2:59.1

60mH U15W Hannah Lygo 10.66

Pentathlon U13W
Maisy Armstrong
800m 2:57.6
60mH 12.10
HJ 1.12
LJ 3.92
SP 4.84

Ipswich Junior Parkrun #24 - 29th March

1 Matthew SNOWDON 06:54
4 Grace LINFORD-WOOD 08:25

Ipswich Parkrun #132 - 28th March

4 Neil GILLINGHAM 18:23
8 Josh SUGARS 18:48
9 Lucy BARNES 18:54
20 Tilly Rose ALDIS 19:49 (JW11-14 course record)
61 Chloe GODBOLD 22:44
75 Mia PALMER 23:35
126 Mandy GODBOLD 25:52

Kesgrave Parkrun #29 - 28th March

2 Matthew SNOWDON 17:55 (JM11-14 course record)
5 Thomas ABBOTT 19:25
36 Georgia BATTLE 23:27

Stowmarket Half Marathon - 22nd March



26th Ben Wharnsby 1:25:57 pb
45th Neil Gillingham 1:29:24 sb
49th Daniel Jones 1:30:57 pb
88th Chris Sugars 1:35:45 sb
269th Mandy Godbold 1:56:17 pb

Ipswich Junior Parkrun #23 - 22nd March

1 Matthew SNOWDON 06:55
2 Thomas ABBOTT 06:58
7 Grace LINFORD-WOOD 08:17
11 James EVANS 08:47

Final team and individuals standings for SWL 2014-15 by Colleen Fuller

JUNIORS

I think it's fair to say that the Ipswich Harriers Juniors dominated this league this year. All of our juniors who took part in all or some of these races should be very proud of themselves. We had more juniors turn out than ever before which was lovely to see. Highlights of the overall results are as follows:

Girls Team Results:
1st Ipswich Harriers A
2nd Ipswich Harriers B

Boys Team Results:
1st Ipswich Harriers A
2nd Ipswich Harriers B
3rd Ipswich Harriers C

Girls U13:
3rd Evie Morgan

Girls U15:
1st Lottie Summers
2nd Anna Firth

Girls U17:
1st Abigail Rose
2nd Chloe Godbold
3rd Holly Aston

Boys U13:
1st Jack Weaver
2nd George Fricker

Boys U15:
1st Tom Adams
2nd Joshua Hulse
3rd Alex Tripp

Boys U17:
1st Henry Milldown
3rd Alex Lawrence

SENIORS
Mens Team Results:
1st Ipswich Harriers A

Senior Men:
1st Andrew Rooke

Junior Men:
3rd Theo Passmore

Kesgrave Parkrun #28 - 21st March

5 Matthew SNOWDON 18:48
7 Thomas ABBOTT 19:13
31 Paul SNOWDON 22:49

Ipswich Parkrun #131 - 21st March

5 Neil GILLINGHAM 19:10
17 Dominic MASON 20:12
25 Tilly Rose ALDIS 21:00
48 Chloe GODBOLD 22:22
88 Georgia BATTLE 24:04
273 Mandy GODBOLD 48:43

Chelmsford Indoor Open - 15th March

60m hurdles
Madison Frost U13G 11.3
Maddie Venn U15G 11.0
Morgan Frost U15G 11.0
Isabella Blowers U17W 9.6

60m Sprint
Madison Frost U13G 9.5
Morgan Frost U15G 9.1
Maddie Venn U15G 9.4

Ipswich Junior Parkrun #22 - 15th March

5 Grace LINFORD-WOOD 08:22
7 Mia PALMER 08:39

ESAA Cross Country Championships, Blackburn - 14th March

Well done to all the Harriers selected to run for Suffolk at the English Schools Championships at the weekend. Here's how they got on:-

Junior Boys
44 Joshua Hulse 12:42
128 Matthew Snowdon 13:10
144 Thomas Abbott 13:14
223 Tom Lygo 13:32

Junior Girls
71 Charlotte Summers 12:25
225 Jasmine Slater 13:16
320 Isabella Keeley 13:57

Intermediate Boys
77 Thomas Adams 19:33
125 Henry Milldown 19:57
202 Caleb Swan 20:26
280 Alex Tripp 21:21
319 Alex Baxter 22:40

Intermediate Girls
98 Abigail Rose 14:09
150 Anna Firth 14:32
286 Elizabeth Woodruff 15:37

Senior Boys
24 John Millar 25:46:00
104 Theo Passmore 27:09:00
139 Antonio Capasso 27:44:00

Senior Girls
137 Alice Goodwin Suffk 18:43

Full results

Kesgrave Parkrun #27 - 14th March

30 Mia PALMER 22:28

Ipswich Parkrun #130 - 14th March

21 Dalton COE 21:16
30 Evie MORGAN 21:44
41 Chloe GODBOLD 22:23
48 George MORGAN 22:47
69 Georgia BATTLE 23:50
98 Mandy GODBOLD 25:00
283 Neil GILLINGHAM 48:25

Ipswich Junior Parkrun #21 - 8th March

100 Grace LINFORD-WOOD 19:20

Inter Counties Cross Country Championships, Birmingham - 7th March

Well done to all the Harriers selected to run for Suffolk at the Inter Counties Championships at the weekend. Here's how they got on:-

U13G
12 April Hill 13:18
34 Mimi Salsby 13:40
72 Tilly Aldis 14:02
144 Holly Fisher 14:30
280 Evie Morgan 15:50

U13B
94 Jack Weaver 13:01
142 George Fricker 13:17

U15G
152 Anna Firth 21:11

U15B
50 Thomas Adams 18:22
199 Matthew Snowdon 19:38
289 Alex Tripp 21:12

U17G
88 Abigail Rose 23:16
229 Olivia Mair 26:33

U17M
22 John Millar 20:15
134 Henry Milldown 21:50
176 Antonio Capasso 22:26
182 Joshua Thompson 22:32

U20W
114 Alice Goodwin 27:54

Full results

Kesgrave Parkrun #26 - 7th March

3 Neil GILLINGHAM 18:59
22 Thomas ABBOTT 21:57
52 Hannah LYGO 24:47
144 James EVANS 38:30

Ipswich Parkrun #129 - 7th March

39 Dalton COE 21:50
46 Chloe GODBOLD 22:06
65 Mia PALMER 23:15
98 Caitlin FOSKER 24:27
112 Mandy GODBOLD 25:14
151 Rachael JACOBS 27:40

Results and photos from SWL race at - SWL @ Nowton Park, Bury St Edmunds - 1st March

Senior results and standings
Junior results and standings


Photos from the race are available in the photo album. Thanks to Kevin Fisher, Chris Woodruff and Mark Godbold for sending them in.

Ipswich Junior Parkrun #20 - 1st March

3 Grace LINFORD-WOOD 08:43

Ipswich Parkrun #128 - 28th February

3 Thomas ADAMS 17:49
11 Neil GILLINGHAM 18:45
28 Dalton COE 20:49
34 Thomas ABBOTT 21:18
54 Chloe GODBOLD 22:41
113 Mandy GODBOLD 25:55

Kesgrave Parkrun #25 - 28th February

41 Hannah LYGO 24:23
131 James EVANS 41:39

Ipswich Junior Parkrun #19 - 22nd February

1 Matthew SNOWDON 07:15

National Cross Country Championships, Parliament Hill Fields, London - 21st February

A typical tough and muddy Parliament Hill course for our intrepid runners.

U13G 3k (7th team)
20 April Hill 13:29
70 Holly Fisher 14:02
74 Tilly Aldis 14:03
109 Mimi Salsby 14:23
306 Isabel Jones 15:58
334 Evie Morgan 16:19

U13B 3k
61 George Fricker 13:20
76 Jack Weaver 13:29

U15G 4k
140 Isabella Keeley 18:01

U15B 4.5k
21 Thomas Adams 16:45
65 Joshua Hulse 17:32

U7W 5k
86 Abigail Rose 22:44
212 Holly Aston 27:37

U17M 6k (10th team)
30 John Millar 22:00
35 Theo Passmore 22:07
125 Joshua Thompson 23:48
227 Alexander Lawrence 26:22

JW 6k
31 Susannah Reid 25:47

SM 12k
791 Humfrey Jeakins 52:28

Full results
For those on Facebook, there are some great photos from the day taken by Allan Rooke.

Kesgrave Parkrun #24 - 21st February

5 Ed HARRIS 20:06
13 Paul SNOWDON 21:11

Ipswich Parkrun #127 - 21st February

6 Neil GILLINGHAM 18:48
33 Dalton COE 22:06
43 Chloe GODBOLD 23:11
61 Mia PALMER 24:01
83 Georgia BATTLE 25:02
93 Mandy GODBOLD 25:37
154 Rachael JACOBS 28:47

Results and photos from SWL race at Heveningham Hall - 15th Februsry

Senior results and standings
Junior results and standings

Photos from junior race available in the photo gallery. Thanks to Chris Woodruff for sending them in.
For those on Facebook, there are also some photos taken by Allan Rooke.

Ipswich Junior Parkrun #18 - 15th February

36 Grace LINFORD-WOOD 12:12

Kesgrave Parkrun #23 - 14th February

2 Thomas ABBOTT 18:51
98 Matthew SNOWDON 29:11
99 Paul SNOWDON 29:11

Ipswich Parkrun #126 - 14th February

1 Ross TENNANT 15:53 (new course record)
6 Neil GILLINGHAM 18:59
31 Dalton COE 21:51
53 Chloe GODBOLD 22:53
123 Mandy GODBOLD 25:53
139 Grace LINFORD-WOOD 27:15
217 Georgia BATTLE 33:31

Great Bentley Half Marathon - 8th February

111th Neil Gillingham 89:48 sb
168th Daniel Jones 94:39 pb
323rd Kirsty Thorndyke 1:45:04 pb

Ipswich Junior Parkrun #17 - 8th February

1 Thomas ABBOTT 07:01
7 Grace LINFORD-WOOD 08:09

Thetford AC Winter Throws Competition, Bury St. Edmunds - 7th February

V55 Malcolm Fenton WT 11.34kg 13.48
V40 David Hughes Discus 2kg 31.19
V55 Malcolm Fenton Hammer 6kg 46.40
U17W Lana Fulcher Hammer 3kg 46.11

Kesgrave Parkrun #22 - 7th February

41 James EVANS 24:07
46 Hannah LYGO 24:41

Ipswich Parkrun #125 - 7th February

5 Susannah REID 19:20
34 Mia PALMER 22:36
64 Maddie CRAIG 24:05
73 Georgia BATTLE 24:24
86 Mandy GODBOLD 25:05
263 Neil GILLINGHAM 47:27

Ipswich Junior Parkrun #16 - 1st February

1 Josh HULSE 07:16

Kesgrave Parkrun #21 - 31st January

1 Ross FAWCETT 18:11
6 Thomas ABBOTT 19:40
9 Neil GILLINGHAM 19:59
14 Ed HARRIS 20:26
45 Chloe GODBOLD 22:55
57 Mia PALMER 23:38
76 Hannah LYGO 24:56
90 Mandy GODBOLD 26:06
136 James EVANS 29:23

Ipswich Junior Parkrun #15 - 25th January

1 Thomas ABBOTT 07:19
6 Grace LINFORD-WOOD 08:21

London Indoor U13 / U15 Games, Lee Valley - 25th January

U15W
60M
 Jasmine Cant 8.73
 Charlie Moore 8.74
200m
 Jasmine Cant 29.25
 Charlie Moore 29.37

London Indoor U17 Games, Lee Valley - 24th January

U17W
60m Janae Duporte-Clarke 8.31
LJ Janae Duporte-Clarke 4.80
200m
 Nicole Hughes 28.01
 Ella Hughes 28.21

U17M
400m Christopher Jones 55.57
HJ Christopher Jones 1.73
LJ Benson Craven 6.26

Kesgrave Parkrun #20 - 24th January

8 Paul SNOWDON 19:56
46 Hannah LYGO 24:15

Ipswich Parkrun #124 - 24th January

8 Neil GILLINGHAM 19:27
10 Daniel JONES 19:43
57 Chloe GODBOLD 23:16
63 Mia PALMER 23:38
73 Grace LINFORD-WOOD 24:04
82 Thomas ABBOTT 24:21
104 Georgia BATTLE 25:32
107 Mandy GODBOLD 25:40
166 Tony R FULLER 28:36

Results from SWL race at Stowmarket - 18th January

Senior results and standings
Junior results and standings

Ipswich Junior Parkrun #14 - 18th January

3 Grace LINFORD-WOOD 08:24

Thetford AC Winter Throws Competition, Bury St. Edmunds - 17th January

V40 David Hughes Discus 2kg 31.37
SM Michael Davis Hammer 7.26kg 28.86
U17W Lana Fulcher Hammer 3kg 42.31

Kesgrave Parkrun #19 - 17th January

14 Paul SNOWDON 21:41 30 Conor WAKEMAN 23:02

Ipswich Parkrun #123 - 17th January

Ipswich parkrun # 123 - 17/01/2015 9 Neil GILLINGHAM 19:25
12 Susannah REID 19:38
15 Dalton COE 19:49
86 Chloe GODBOLD 24:12
125 Mandy GODBOLD 26:16
197 Georgia BATTLE 30:33

Ipswich Junior Parkrun #13 - 11th January

42 Grace LINFORD-WOOD 14:15

SEAA U15 / U17 Championships, Lee Valley - 10th-11th January

U15W
60m
 Jasmine Cant 8.91
 Charlie Moore 8.84
200m
 Jasmine Cant 29.65
 Charlie Moore 29.88

Kesgrave Parkrun #18 - 10th January

4 Ben WHARNSBY 19:42
11 Paul SNOWDON 21:04
12 Matthew SNOWDON 21:04
60 James EVANS 26:00
61 Melanie CUTTING 26:25
95 Georgia COLDWELL 30:23

Ipswich Parkrun #122 - 10th January

6 Thomas ADAMS 18:39
9 Dominic MASON 19:23
10 Neil GILLINGHAM 19:51
15 Lucy BARNES 20:32
19 Dalton COE 21:02
41 Chloe GODBOLD 22:48
103 Mandy GODBOLD 26:30
105 Nadia MASON 26:37
118 Georgia BATTLE 27:28

SCAA cross country championships, Ickworth Park - 4th January

Well done to everyone who took part in the races on Sunday, a great turnout and splendid performances.



U11 boys
8 George Morgan 7:40

U13 girls (1st team)
1 April Hill 12:21
2 Tilly Aldis 12:37
3 Holly Fisher 12:45
4 Evie Morgan 13:30
5 Eliza Bowditch 13:42
20 Hannah Lygo 15:01

U13 boys (1st team)
2 Jack Weaver 11:43
3 George Fricker 11:48
9 Ewan Baxter 12:27
11 Connor Slater 12:35
17 Adam Wood 13:05

U15 girls (2nd team)
3 Anna Firth 16:39
4 Charlotte Summers 17:10
5 Isabelle Wickens 17:30
7 Isabella Keeley 17:45
12 Jasmine Slater 19:33
19 Indie Driscoll 21:44
22 Lottie Passmore 22:17

U15 boys (1st team)
1 Thomas Adams 14:39
4 Alex Tripp 15:10
5 Matthew Snowdon 15:11
6 Josh Hulse 15:43
12 Thomas Abbott 16:45
13 Thomas Lygo 16:51
25 Jake McWhirter 26:53

U17 women (2nd team)
2 Abigail Rose 20:25
5 Charlotte Wickens 21:50
8 Olivia Mair 23:45
9 Chloe Godbold 24:28
11 Holly Aston 25:40

U17 men (1st team)
1 John Millar 21:40
2 Theo Passmore 22:21
4 Antonio Capasso 23:32
5 Joshua Thompson 23:51
15 Alex Lawrence 27:08
17 Matthew Haskell 30:08

Senior women
6 Susannah Reid 35:20
54 Mandy Godbold F40 46:49

Senior men
18 Humfrey Jeakins 49:29
98 Stephen Hicks M50 60:20
107 Paul Snowdon M40 61:28

Full results

Kesgrave Parkrun #17 - 3rd January

31 Paul SNOWDON 24:06

Ipswich Parkrun #121 - 3rd January

8 John JOUSIFFE 21:13
9 Dominic MASON 21:28
67 Mandy GODBOLD 27:24
68 Neil GILLINGHAM 27:25
92 Greta SUPINAITE 29:37
93 Holly ASTON 29:38
147 Chloe GODBOLD 50:24

Kesgrave Parkrun #16 - 1st January

5 Matthew SNOWDON 18:38
7 Joshua THOMPSON 18:59 (new course record for JM15-17)
9 Thomas LYGO 19:06
52 Chloe GODBOLD 22:33
78 Hannah LYGO 23:52
117 Mandy GODBOLD 26:09
133 Melanie CUTTING 27:18
173 Georgia BATTLE 29:17
191 Paul SNOWDON 30:26

Ipswich Parkrun #120 - 1st January

16 Neil GILLINGHAM 20:50
19 Joshua THOMPSON 21:12
60 Mia PALMER 24:13
68 Chloe GODBOLD 24:38
85 Holly ASTON 25:53
116 Mandy GODBOLD 27:38
142 Georgia BATTLE 29:54

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Ipswich Junior Parkrun #11 - 28th December

2 Jack WEAVER 07:34

Kesgrave Parkrun #15 - 27th December

8 Matthew SNOWDON 19:54
19 Thomas LYGO 20:57
24 Paul SNOWDON 21:57
59 Hannah LYGO 25:45

Ipswich Parkrun #119 - 27th December

7 Lucy BARNES 21:11
11 Dalton COE 21:40
28 Chloe GODBOLD 24:19
37 Greta SUPINAITE 25:43
62 Mandy GODBOLD 27:35
64 Georgia BATTLE 27:45
130 Neil GILLINGHAM 38:33

Ipswich Parkrun #118 - 25th December

1 Andrew ROOKE 16:32
9 Joshua THOMPSON 18:56
19 John JOUSIFFE 20:39
24 Neil GILLINGHAM 21:28
33 Chloe GODBOLD 22:56
47 Mia PALMER 24:35
65 Mandy GODBOLD 26:47
82 Holly ASTON 27:48

Ipswich Junior Parkrun #10 - 21st December

18 Jack WEAVER 10:27

Kesgrave Parkrun #14 - 20th December

18 Paul SNOWDON 21:17
52 Melanie CUTTING 25:28

Ipswich Parkrun #117 - 20th December

27 Dalton COE 21:59
28 Neil GILLINGHAM 22:18
46 Chloe GODBOLD 24:05
47 Mia PALMER 24:19
74 Greta SUPINAITE 26:18
77 Georgia BATTLE 26:32
91 Mandy GODBOLD 27:14
92 Tony R FULLER 27:23

SEAA Inter Counties Championships, Oxford - 13th December

U17M
52 Joshua Thompson 15:30

U15M
33 Thomas Adams 16:08
52 Alex Tripp 16:38
53 Joshua Hulse 16:39
58 Alex Baxter 16:45
65 Matt Snowden 16:48

U13M
50 George Fricker 11:13
67 Jack Weaver 11:35

U20W
32 Alice Goodwin 25:53

U15W
20 Charlotte Summers 17:41
47 Anna Firth 18:22

U13W
9 April Hill 11:23
29 Tilly Aldiss 11:48
51 Holly Fisher 12:10
74 Eliza Bowditch 12:28

Full results on Power of 10

Brockwell Parkrun, Herne Hill #205 - 13th December

33 Abigail ROSE 19:46
34 Michael FULLER 19:46

Kesgrave Parkrun #13 - 13th December

38 Melanie CUTTING 25:09

Ipswich Parkrun #116 - 13th December

7 Neil GILLINGHAM 20:27
31 Chloe GODBOLD 23:40
46 Grace LINFORD-WOOD 25:08
50 Georgia BATTLE 25:39
75 Mandy GODBOLD 27:40

Results, photos and video from SWL race at Woodbridge - 7th December

Senior results and standings
Junior results and standings

Photos for juniors and seniors available in the photo gallery. Thanks to Andrew Pattle for sending them in and for another splendid race video.

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Ipswich Junior Parkrun #9 - 7th December

5 Grace LINFORD-WOOD 08:22

Thetford AC Winter Throws Competition, Bury St. Edmunds - 6th December

V40 David Hughes Discus 2kg 30.49
V55 Malcolm Fenton Hammer 6kg 44.03

Ipswich Parkrun #115 - 6th December

23 Neil GILLINGHAM 23:01
65 Mandy GODBOLD 27:05

Presentation evening photos



Photos from the presentation evening on 15th November can be found in the Harriers photo album.

Ipswich Junior Parkrun #8 - 30th November

2 Jack WEAVER 07:33
4 Grace LINFORD-WOOD 08:16
8 Evie MORGAN 08:43

Kesgrave Parkrun #11 - 29th November

4 Matthew SNOWDON 19:11
7 Abigail ROSE 19:27 (new female course record and JW15-17 record)
20 Paul SNOWDON 21:33
55 Melanie CUTTING 24:26
63 Georgia COLDWELL 25:27

Ipswich Parkrun #114 - 29th November

10 Dominic MASON 20:09
15 Neil GILLINGHAM 20:50
39 Chloe GODBOLD 23:48
57 Georgia BATTLE 25:42
60 Greta SUPINAITE 25:52
71 Tony R FULLER 26:48
72 Mandy GODBOLD 26:53

Hadleigh 10m, 5m and FR - 23rd November

10 mile
26th Joshua Sugars 63:33
46th Daniel Jones 67:50

5 mile
17th Neil Gillingham 34:40
57th Mandy Godbold 44:15

Fun Run
4th Tom Abbott 6:33
13th Georgia Battle 8:12

Ipswich Junior Parkrun #7 - 23rd November

1 Matthew SNOWDON 07:10
2 Jack WEAVER 07:52

Kesgrave Parkrun #10 - 22nd November

52 Georgia COLDWELL 26:08
82 James EVANS 30:02

Ipswich Parkrun #113 - 22nd November

11 Dalton COE 20:08
22 Neil GILLINGHAM 20:44
46 Chloe GODBOLD 24:05
73 Mandy GODBOLD 27:05
78 Tony R FULLER 27:19
82 Greta SUPINAITE 27:46

Ipswich Junior Parkrun #6 - 17th November

4 Grace LINFORD-WOOD 08:36

Adnams Southwold 10k - 16th November

8 Theo Passmore 35:40

Kesgrave Parkrun #9 - 15th November

42 Hannah LYGO 22:49
65 Melanie CUTTING 24:47
127 Paul SNOWDON 30:32

Ipswich Parkrun #112 - 15th November

5 Thomas ADAMS 19:07
11 Lucy BARNES 20:22
19 Dominic MASON 21:11
29 Neil GILLINGHAM 21:52
52 Chloe GODBOLD 24:13
65 Greta SUPINAITE 25:09
80 Mandy GODBOLD 26:44
85 Georgia BATTLE 26:58

Ipswich Junior Parkrun #5 - 9th November

5 Grace LINFORD-WOOD 08:08

King's Forest 50k Ultra - 8th November

76th Neil Gillingham 06:07:00

Kesgrave Parkrun #8 - 8th November

2 Matthew SNOWDON 18:19
7 Jack WEAVER 19:04
21 Paul SNOWDON 21:35
59 Melanie CUTTING 25:27
66 Georgia COLDWELL 25:50

Ipswich Parkrun #111 - 8th November

10 Susannah REID 20:07
48 Greta SUPINAITE 24:32
57 Chloe GODBOLD 25:18
84 Mandy GODBOLD 27:07
103 Caitlin FOSKER 29:15
124 Jasmine CANT 30:50

ECCA Saucony English National Relay Championships, Mansfield - 1st November

Under 15 Boys (3x2k)
21st (of 81) 20:38.05
Alex Tripp 06:43.25 (33)
Matthew Snowdon 07:01.20 (27)
Alex Baxter 06:53.60 (21)

Under 17 Men (3x3k)
38th (of 63) 30:46.75
Theo Passmore 09:44.30 (29)
Joshua Thompson 10:49.95 (45)
Henry Milldown 10:12.50 (38)

Junior Women (3x2.5k)
28th (of 33) 30:56.50
Susannah Reid 09:18.70 (23)
Alice Goodwin 10:03.30 (16)
Greta Supinaite 11:34.50 (28)

Junior Men (3x3k)
18th (of 49) 28:32.00
Ross Tennant 09:19.70 (31)
Bradley Wattleworth 09:18.90 (14)
Andrew Revell 09:53.40 (18)

Kesgrave Parkrun #7 - 1st November

63 Melanie CUTTING 26:04
116 James EVANS 31:47

Ipswich Parkrun #110 - 1st November

6 Dalton COE 19:59
14 Neil GILLINGHAM 20:58
66 Chloe GODBOLD 24:48
79 Georgia BATTLE 25:44
100 Mandy GODBOLD 26:52
102 Tony R FULLER 26:55

Results, photos and video from SWL race at Framlingham - 26th October

Senior results and standings
Junior results and standings

Photos for juniors and seniors available in the photo gallery. Thanks to Andrew Pattle for sending them in and for another splendid race video.

Ipswich Junior Parkrun #4 - 26th October

2 Grace LINFORD-WOOD 08:22

Kesgrave Parkrun #6 - 25th October

1 Andrew ROOKE 15:49 (new course record)
38 Hannah LYGO 23:30 (new course record for JW11-14)

Ipswich Parkrun #109 - 25th October

6 Dalton COE 19:54
53 Grace LINFORD-WOOD 25:02
86 Mandy GODBOLD 27:26
174 Chloe GODBOLD 48:21

Chelmsford Parks Marathon - 19th October

566th Neil Gillingham 4:37:54

Ipswich Junior Parkrun #3 - 19th October

4 Grace LINFORD-WOOD 08:41
7 James EVANS 09:31

Kesgrave Parkrun #5 - 18th October

3rd Ben Wharnsby 18:37
4th Matthew Snowden 19:07
39th James Evans 24:52
52nd Melanie Cutting 26:15
67th Georgia Coldwell 27:24

Ipswich Parkrun #108 - 18th October

6th Louis Breyer 20:02
7th Dalton Coe 20:13
55th Greta Supinaite 24:42
63rd Chloe Godbold 25:10
78th Georgia Battle 26:29
90th Mandy Godbold 27:31
91st Tony Fuller 27:33
92nd Neil Gillingham 27:34

South Manchester parkrun #245 - 18th October

199th Ella Jennings 26:36

Martlesham 10k - 12th October

3rd Ross Tennant 33:57
19th Charlotte Christensen 38:12
49th Neil Gillingham 42:10
64th Matthew Haskell 43:38
171st Mandy Godbold 53:22

Martlesham Fun Run - 12th October

1st Matthew Snowden 10:11
2nd Jack Weaver 10:44
21st Chloe Godbold 13:36

Ipswich Junior Parkrun #2 - 12th October

2 Grace LINFORD-WOOD 08:15

Crystal Palace Parkrun #210 - 11th October

6 Abigail ROSE 20:38

Kesgrave Parkrun #4 - 11th October

8th Neil Gillingham 20:39
12th Paul Snowdon 21:09
18th Matthew Snowdon 22:30
40th James Evans 24:54
49th Melanie Cutting 25:59
60th Georgia Coldwell 27:20

Ipswich Parkrun #107 - 11th October

5th Dalton Coe 19:42
80th Mandy Godbold 26:40
83rd Tony Fuller 27:13
111th Georgia Battle 26:31
112th Jasmine Cant 29:31

Kesgrave Parkrun #3 - 4th October

4 Matthew SNOWDON 19:09
37 Hannah LYGO 23:56
66 Melanie CUTTING 26:46
77 Georgia COLDWELL 27:27

Ipswich Parkrun #106 - 4th October

2 Dominic MASON 19:20
23 Neil GILLINGHAM 21:23
66 Chloe GODBOLD 25:51
69 Georgia BATTLE 25:58
79 Mandy GODBOLD 27:24
89 Tony R FULLER 28:43

Ipswich Junior Parkrun #1 - 29th September

1 Matthew SNOWDON 06:59
2 Grace LINFORD-WOOD 08:00
5 Evie MORGAN 08:28
6 Mia PALMER 08:32
9 Georgia BATTLE 09:06

EAA Multi Events Championships, Peterborough - 28th September

U15 Boys
3 Louis Breyer 1896 pts

U15 Girls
8 Isabella Keeley 2196 pts
18 Madeleine Craig 2073 pts

Senior Women
1 Katy Sealy 3307 pts

Minithon U13 Girls
19 Hannah Lygo 49 pts

Full results on Power of 10

Felixstowe 10 mile - 28th September

6 1:04:54 Josh Sugars
24 1:08:47 Lucy Barnes
26 1:10:04 Daniel Jones
170 1:32:16 Mandy Godbold

Biggleswade Open Meeting - 27th September

Javelin - Gemma Ramsey 34.89

Kesgrave Parkrun #2 - 27th September

1 Matthew SNOWDON 18:01 (new course record for JM11-14)
3 Thomas LYGO 18:34
12 Paul SNOWDON 21:03

Ipswich Parkrun #105 - 27th September

31 Neil GILLINGHAM 22:49
63 Chloe GODBOLD 25:24
75 Georgia BATTLE 26:40
80 Mandy GODBOLD 27:12

Ipswich half marathon - 21st September

37 Josh Sugars 1:28:58
126 Chris Sugars 1:37:09
150 Neil Gillingham 1:39:06
151 Dalton Coe 1:39:07
566 Greta Supinaite 1:57:10

Kesgrave Parkrun #1 - 20th September

1 Bradley WATTLEWORTH 15:57 (new course record)
2 Matthew SNOWDON 18:30
49 Hannah LYGO 24:54:00

Ipswich Parkrun #104 - 20th September

5 Dominic MASON 20:31
6 Neil GILLINGHAM 20:32
28 Grace LINFORD-WOOD 25:24
37 Georgia BATTLE 26:20
41 Mandy GODBOLD 27:19
51 Chloe GODBOLD 28:56
92 Tony R FULLER 54:50

EAL final, Bury St Edmunds - 14th September



Full results on Power of 10

Ipswich Parkrun #103 - 13th September

23 Dalton COE 22:20
25 Neil GILLINGHAM 22:25
44 Grace LINFORD-WOOD 24:13
81 Mandy GODBOLD 26:59
230 Chloe GODBOLD 51:06

EYAL plate final, Ipswich - 7th September

Overall match result:-
1 Chelmsford 612.5
2 Ipswich 583.5
3 St Albans 482
4 Cambridge & Coleridge 474
5 Dacorum & Tring 459.5
6 Barnet / Shaftesbury 394.5

Full results on Power of 10

Ipswich Parkrun #102 - 6th September

4 Dalton COE 19:15
56 Grace LINFORD-WOOD 25:02
86 Greta SUPINAITE 26:15
96 Mandy GODBOLD 26:58
108 Tony R FULLER 28:06
213 Georgia BATTLE 40:45

Framlingham 10k - 31st August

46th Neil Gillingham 42:46
201st Mandy Godbold 55:35

Ipswich Parkrun #101 - 30th August

2 Michael FULLER 18:06
4 Charlotte CHRISTENSEN 19:11
7 Joshua THOMPSON 19:36
17 Susannah REID 20:48
21 Neil GILLINGHAM 21:03
40 Paul SNOWDON 22:18
48 Adrian GOODE 23:16
77 Chloe GODBOLD 25:21
78 Grace LINFORD-WOOD 25:22
86 Greta SUPINAITE 25:53
100 Mandy GODBOLD 27:10
110 Georgia BATTLE 28:18
116 Tony R FULLER 28:38

Watford Open Graded Meeting 27th August

1500m
Susannah Reid 5:00.01
Andrew Revell 4:04.59

3000m
Charlotte Christensen 10:19.49
Henry Milldown 9:24.38

Commonwealth Games Blog by Malcolm Fenton

I was asked by Suffolk Sport, from my home county, if I could write a blog of my experiences at the holding camp and the Games, for their coaches enlightenment. Click here to read the blog.

Ipswich Parkrun #100 - 23rd August

62 Adrian GOODE 22:38
129 Chloe GODBOLD 26:22
149 Mandy GODBOLD 27:26
177 Georgia BATTLE 28:59

EAL, King's Lynn - 17th August

Overall match result:-
1 Ipswich 749
2 Great Yarmouth 427
3 Peterborough 388.5
4 West Norfolk 368.5
5 Ryston 251
6 Thetford 235

Full results on Power of 10

League tables

SVP100 Ultra Marathon (62.5 miles) - 16th August

Stour Valley Path, Newmarket to Cattawade



73rd Neil Gillingham 16:08:10

SEAA U15 / U17 Championships, Crystal Palace - 16th August

100 U17M h1 3 Owen Giddings 11.34 100 U17M final 6 Owen Giddings 11.43

Dulwich Parkrun #123 - 16th August

16 Abigail ROSE 19:16

Ipswich Parkrun #99 - 16th August

9 Charlotte CHRISTENSEN 19:24
11 Thomas LYGO 19:55
12 John JOUSIFFE 19:56
31 Susannah REID 21:18
40 Dalton COE 21:54
54 Michael FULLER 22:44
60 Adrian GOODE 23:27
116 Mandy GODBOLD 27:12
140 Tony R FULLER 29:10
147 Georgia BATTLE 29:42

Ipswich Parkrun #98 - 9th August

3 Matthew SNOWDON 19:06
11 Dalton COE 20:14
18 Joshua THOMPSON 20:57
19 Neil GILLINGHAM 20:59
31 Adrian GOODE 21:42
78 Hannah LYGO 25:25
125 Mandy GODBOLD 28:36
170 Paul SNOWDON 33:03

EYAL, Bedford - 3rd August

Match result:
1 Bedford 832.5
2 Barnet/Shaftesbury 600
3 Ipswich 577.5
4 WoodfordGwEL 361
5 Enfield&Haringey 325
6 HertsPhoenix 285
7 Luton 265

Full results on Power of 10

League table

SAL Division 2 North, Parliament Hill - 2nd August

Match result:
1 Marshall Milton Keynes 212
2 Thames Valley Harriers 204
3 Highgate Harriers 157
4 Ipswich 151

Full results

League tables

Ipswich Parkrun #97 - 2nd August

10 Neil GILLINGHAM 20:57
13 Adrian GOODE 21:07
19 Chris SUGARS 21:48
74 Mandy GODBOLD 26:59
97 Georgia BATTLE 28:12

Southern Counties U13 Inter County Match, Kingston - 27 July

Full results

Brockwell Parkrun, Herne Hill #185 - 26th July

9 Abigail ROSE 18:34 (new course record for JW15-17)

Ipswich Parkrun #96 - 26th July

4 Thomas LYGO 18:49
69 Evie MORGAN 25:12
83 Neil GILLINGHAM 26:05
90 Mandy GODBOLD 26:43

Ipswich Parkrun #95 - 19th July

3 Michael FULLER 17:46
8 Thomas LYGO 19:24
9 Dalton COE 19:32
80 Mandy GODBOLD 26:12
203 Chloe GODBOLD 51:36

Ekiden Relays - 13th July

Mens Open
3rd team 2:30:09.7
7.2k Connor Whiting 25:01.3
5k Henry Milldown 17:50.4
10k Theo Passmore 36:52.5
5k Sam Allen 17:32.3
10k Jack Millar 35:39.2
5k Michael Fuller 17:03.3

Mixed
4th team 2:50:04.9
7.2k Danny Jones 31:26.0
5k Abi Rose 19:13.4 (fastest 5k overall female?)
10k Dalton Coe 40:34.2
5k Alice Goodwin 21:01.0
10k Ben Wharnsby 38:01.1
5k Matt Haskell 19:49.3

EYAL, Braintree - 13th July

Match result:
1 Chelmsford 809
2 Ipswich 619
3 ColchesterHarr 543
4 Braintree 479
5 Southend 472
6 Colchester&T 270
7 Harlow 134

Full results on Power of 10

League table

SAL Division 2 North, Horspath - 12th July

Match result:
1 Oxford City AC 205.5
2 Ipswich 187
3 Herts Phoenix 178.5
4 Dacorum & Tring 131

Full results

League tables

Ipswich Parkrun #95 - 12th July

76 Mandy GODBOLD 26:18
83 Georgia BATTLE 26:42
191 Adrian GOODE 53:14

Northgate Junior Athletics meeting - 11th July

Full match results

EAL, Ipswich - 6th July

Overall match result:-
1 Ipswich H 770
2 CONAC 668.5
3 Nen Valley H 490.5
4 GT Yarmouth 407
5 Waveney 237.5
6 Thetford 155.5

Full results on Power of 10

League tables

Dulwich Parkrun #117 - 5th July

15 Abigail ROSE 18:40 (new course record for JW15-17)

Lord Mayor's 5k City Centre Classic, Norwich - 5th July

21 Bradley Wattleworth 16:35
97 Neil Gillingham 19:17

Ipswich Parkrun #93 - 5th July

5 Dalton COE 19:26
22 Michael FULLER 21:06
27 Adrian GOODE 21:52
84 Mandy GODBOLD 27:17

Gt Bentley Friday 5 mile - 4th July

41 Will Blackburn 30:46:00
56 Glynn Thomas 32:04:00
72 Neil Gillingham 33:09:00
75 Matthew Haskell 33:20:00
113 Daniel Jones 34:55:00
207 Kirsty Thorndyke 39:33:00
278 Mandy Godbold 43:19:00

Watford Open Graded Meeting 2nd July

1500m
Bradley Wattleworth 04:13.5
Ross Tennant 03:59.3

Ipswich Summer 5k Series (Christchurch Park) - 26th June

7th Neil Gillingham 20:39

Golden Stag Mile, Hendon - 25th June

Jack Weaver 5:26.97 (Age 10 best)

City of London Mile - 22nd June

Jack Weaver 5:41

SAL Division 2 North, St. Albans - 21st June

Match result:
1 Ipswich 189
2 Wycombe Phoenix Harriers 185
3 St Albans 166
4 Luton 146

Full results

League tables

Ipswich Parkrun #92 - 21st June

30 Neil GILLINGHAM 21:10
39 Thomas LYGO 22:00
58 Adrian GOODE 22:47
104 Hannah LYGO 26:01
106 Mandy GODBOLD 26:04
110 Georgia BATTLE 26:20
251 Jasmine CANT 37:45

Bury Friday 5 mile - 20th June

58 Neil Gillingham 32:52.3
82 Adrian Goode 33:48.0
84 Matthew Haskell 33:58.1

Watford Open Graded Meeting 18th June

800m
Henry Milldown 2:02.30
Theo Passmore 2:00.06
Sam Allen 2:04.52
Michael Fuller 1:59.85

Harwich 1 Mile junior handicap - 17 June

Jack Weaver 6:10 (fastest boy)

EYAL, Hemel Hempstead - 15th June

Match result:
1 Havering 722.5
2 Dacorum&Tring 639
3 Ipswich 572
4 StAlbans 504.5
5 WoodfordGwEL 415
6 Watford 348
7 Luton 317

Full results on Power of 10

League table

SEAA U20 Championships, Crystal Palace - 14th & 15th June

Triple Jump
4 Rachel Ryan 10.93

Club Records

Club Records as at 30th September 2013

If anyone disagrees with any record, they will need to provide evidence e.g. performance, date, venue and name of athlete.

Stour Valley Marathon (27 miles) - 15th June

78th Neil Gillingham 5:39:42

Ipswich Parkrun #91 - 14th June

13 Dalton COE 19:31
26 Adrian GOODE 20:29
27 Lucy BARNES 20:45
115 Georgia BATTLE 26:32
136 Mandy GODBOLD 27:27

Stowmarket Friday 5 mile - 13th June

20 Will Blackburn 32:43:00
39 Matthew Haskell 34:18:00
43 Adrian Goode 34:46:00
64 Neil Gillingham 35:51:00
208 Mandy Godbold 44:36:00

Cambridgeshire Open meeting, St Ives - 11th June

1500m Steeplechase
John Millar 4.42.3

1500m
Alex Baxter 4.23.86

EAL, Ipswich - 8th June

Overall match result:-
1 Ipswich H 825.5
2 Camb & Col 676.5
3 Southend 478
4 Braintree 453
5 Thetford 185
6 Ryston R 179

Full results on Power of 10

League tables

Ipswich Parkrun #90 - 7th June

18 Dalton COE 20:23
31 Adrian GOODE 21:12
36 Iwan LLOYD 21:27
61 Neil GILLINGHAM 23:09
117 Tony R FULLER 27:12
120 Mandy GODBOLD 27:19

Kirton Friday 5 - 6th June



2 Connor Whiting 26:46
15 Graham Pattle 29:06
20 Will Blackburn 29:26
51 Glynn Thomas 31:14
66 Lucy Barnes 32:26
68 Daniel Jones 32:27
83 Adrian Goode 32:58
90 Neil Gillingham 33:16
96 Conor Wakeman 33:27
112 Matthew Haskell 33:50
324 Mandy Godbold 42:55

Fun Run
2 Jack Weaver 9.27

Watford Open Graded Meeting 4th June

1500m
Theo Passmore 4:18.26
Bradley Wattleworth 4:05.26

Kent Roadrunner Marathon - 31st May

192nd Neil Gillingham 4:30:15

London Inter-Club Challenge, Hendon - 31st May

1 Mile
2 Jack Weaver 5:29.00

Brockwell Parkrun, Herne Hill #178 - 31st May

12 Abigail ROSE 19:04 (new course record for JW11-14)

Ipswich Parkrun #89 - 31st May

8 Matthew SNOWDON 19:01
15 Kevin PEIRCE 19:35
19 Adrian GOODE 20:25
21 Dalton COE 20:32
60 Paul SNOWDON 23:07
77 Greta SUPINAITE 24:20
102 Grace LINFORD-WOOD 25:43
122 Chloe GODBOLD 26:29
174 Jasmine CANT 29:32
285 Mandy GODBOLD 51:32

Ipswich Friday 5 - 30th May

2 Connor Whiting 27:23
25 Will Blackburn 31:17
58 Adrian Goode 33:59
62 Conor Wakeman 34:14
71 Matthew Haskell 34:49
214 Mandy Godbold 43:35
288 Neil Gillingham 55:55

Fun Run
13 Evie Morgan 12 8.03

County Championships - 25th May

Full results

Ipswich Parkrun #88 - 24th May

13 Neil GILLINGHAM 20:02
22 Adrian GOODE 21:05
48 Greta SUPINAITE 24:02
75 Mandy GODBOLD 26:21

Watford Open Graded Meeting 21st May

800m
Henry Milldown 2:06.43
Michael Fuller 2:03.21
Theo Passmore 2:04.29

Woodbridge 10k and junior run - 18th May

Woodbridge 10k
1 Bradley Wattleworth 35:10
4 Theo Passmore 36:14
8 Ben Wharnsby 37:12
18 Sam Allen 39:14
43 Daniel Jones 41:18
55 Mark Ramsey 42:05
71 Neil Gillingham 43:02
80 Adrian Goode 43:22
232 Kirsty Thorndyke 50:27

Junior run
1 Henry Milldown 04:25
2 Will Blackburn 04:36
7 Jack Weaver 05:08
8 George Fricker 05:08
10 Tom Harrington 05:14
11 Anna Firth 05:20
20 Thomas Hayden 05:30
30 Oliver Gillespie 05:38
45 Hugo Passmore 06:02
53 Lottie Passmore 06:07

SAL Division 2 North, Harrow - 17th May

Match result:
1 Harrow 248
2 Ipswich 189
3 Ealing, Southall & Middlesex 146
4 Peterborough 130

Full results

League tables

Ipswich Parkrun #87 - 17th May

19 Neil GILLINGHAM 20:36
49 Evie MORGAN 22:50
100 Mandy GODBOLD 25:55

20th Halstead & Essex Marathon - 11th May

213th Neil Gillingham 3:52:19

EYAL, Ipswich - 11th May

Match result:
1 Ipswich 741.5
2 Stevenage 720.5
3 Basildon 636.5
4 Thurrock 489
5 Colchester&T 371
6 Braintree 292.5
7 WestSuffolk 262

Full results

League table

Alton Water 10k - 11th May

19th Adrian Goode 41:28

Ipswich Parkrun #86 - 10th May

17 Adrian GOODE 20:02
59 Greta SUPINAITE 24:18
90 Mandy GODBOLD 26:14
163 Neil GILLINGHAM 32:25

Watford Open Graded Meeting 7th May

1500m
Bradley Wattleworth 4:05.91
Ross Tennant 4:01.60

Harwich 1 Mile junior handicap - 6 May

3 Jack Weaver 6:16 (fastest boy)

Milton Keynes Marathon - 5th May

546 Neil Gillingham 3:51:23

EAL, Colchester - 4th May

Overall match result:-
1 Ipswich 747
2 Southend 576
3 Braintree 557
4 CATs 548
5 Peterborough 316

Full results on Power of 10

Full results from spreadsheet

Ipswich Parkrun #85 - 3rd May

11 Glynn THOMAS 19:05
19 Dalton COE 19:49
20 Adrian GOODE 19:53
24 Neil GILLINGHAM 20:25
112 Mandy GODBOLD 25:49
114 Greta SUPINAITE 25:52
125 Tony R FULLER 26:16

Malcolm Fenton sets new record

Congratulations to Malcolm Fenton for setting a new British age 58 record with a hammer throw of 43.62m at the Southern Athletics League meeting in Ipswich on April 19th.

Brockwell Parkrun, Herne Hill #173 - 26th April

15 Abigail ROSE 19:09 (new course record for JW11-14)

Ipswich Parkrun #84 - 26th April

1 Andrew ROOKE 16:02 (new course record for SM20-24 and best recorded age group time)
6 Ben WHARNSBY 17:46
12 Matthew SNOWDON 18:42
13 Neil GILLINGHAM 18:50
21 Dalton COE 19:14
31 Adrian GOODE 19:51
33 Lucy BARNES 19:54
39 Daniel JONES 20:04
40 Alice GOODWIN 20:06
53 Josh SUGARS 20:53
55 Chris SUGARS 20:56
75 Bella KEELEY 22:29
93 Evie MORGAN 23:20
112 Dominic MASON 24:04
117 Greta SUPINAITE 24:14
159 Tony R FULLER 25:43
161 Mandy GODBOLD 25:48
165 Nadia MASON 26:09
197 Georgia BATTLE 27:20

Watford Open Graded Meeting 23rd April

800m
Bradley Wattleworth 2:01.06
Ross Tennant 1:58.25

SAL Division 2 North, Ipswich - 19th April

Match result:
1 Ipswich 219
2 Newham & Essex Beagles 169
3 Ryston Runners 162
4 Basildon 155

Full results

League tables

Ipswich Parkrun #83 - 19th April

4 Michael FULLER 17:08
6 Alex BAXTER 17:32 (new course record for JM11-14)
61 Stephen HICKS 21:21
65 Dalton COE 21:45
70 Chris SUGARS 21:54
78 Neil GILLINGHAM 22:03
81 Maddie CRAIG 22:14
159 Mandy GODBOLD 25:51
189 Georgia BATTLE 27:08

Sudbury 5 mile - 18th April

29 Neil Gillingham 32:35

EYAL, Norwich - 13th April

Match result:
1 Norwich 752
2 NeneValley 644
3 Ipswich 609
4 Cambridge&Col 549
5 WestNorfolk/DRT 404
6 WestSuffolk 239
7 Peterborough 214

Full results

London Marathon and Mini Marathon - 13th April

Marathon
5525 Adrian Goode 03:32:4
10701 Neil Gillingham 03:56:21

Mini Marathon - 3 miles (representing East Region)
Under 13 Boys
181 Matthew Snowdon 17:31

Ipswich Parkrun #82 - 12th April

8 Jack WEAVER 19:05
9 Michael FULLER 19:05
15 Dalton COE 19:39
40 Stephen HICKS 21:08
75 Neil GILLINGHAM 23:15
103 Greta SUPINAITE 24:40
127 Mandy GODBOLD 25:43

Crystal Palace Parkrun #185 - 12th April

3 Abigail ROSE 20:03

Watford Open Graded Meeting 9th April

1500m
Charlotte Christensen 4:46.94
Bradley Wattleworth 4:11.80

800m
Susannah Reid 2:22.24
Ross Tenant 1:57.45

Ipswich Parkrun #81 - 5th April

5 Ben WHARNSBY 17:43
6 Matthew SNOWDON 18:16
17 Chris SUGARS 19:48
20 Dalton COE 19:54
22 Adrian GOODE 19:57
32 Daniel JONES 20:47
55 Bella KEELEY 22:19
56 Maddie CRAIG 22:24
104 Greta SUPINAITE 24:48
106 Kirsty THORNDYKE 24:50
121 Mandy GODBOLD 25:32
122 Tony R FULLER 25:36
159 Maddie VENN 27:35
167 Georgia BATTLE 28:03

Ipswich Parkrun #80 - 29th March

14 Dalton COE 19:18
16 Josh SUGARS 19:35
32 Lucy BARNES 20:37
48 Adrian GOODE 21:58
50 Bella KEELEY 21:59
107 Greta SUPINAITE 25:09
117 Tony R FULLER 25:44
129 Chloe GODBOLD 26:10
131 Mandy GODBOLD 26:15

Stowmarket half marathon - 23rd March

53 Neil Gillingham 1:32:56

Ipswich Parkrun #79 - 22nd March

5 Matthew SNOWDON 18:42
7 Jack WEAVER 18:49 (new course record for JM10)
11 Neil GILLINGHAM 19:31
27 Paul SNOWDON 21:07
60 Chloe GODBOLD 23:53
98 Greta SUPINAITE 25:26
100 Mandy GODBOLD 25:34
104 Tony R FULLER 25:44
111 Adrian GOODE 26:14

Colchester half marathon - 16th March

131 Neil Gillingham 1:35:16

Presentation evening photos



We now have some photos from last year's presentation evening on display in the photo gallery. Click on the photo above or here to see them.

ESAA Cross Country Championships, Donington Park - 15th March

Junior boys
154 Alex Baxter 16:04
161 Daniel Stagg 16:06
167 Caleb Swan 16:08
194 Matthew Snowdon 16:16
280 Louis Breyer 16:46

Junior girls
28 Charlotte Summers 10:52
121 Issy Wickens 11:32
227 Anna Firth 11:59

Inter boys
31 John Miller 20:17
82 Theo Passmore 20:51
107 Antonio Capasso 21:05
137 Sam Allen 21:18
295 Henry Milldown 22:43

Inter girls
93 Abigail Rose 14:19
220 Charlotte Wickens 15:12

Senior girls
76 Susannah Reid 17:05
150 Alice Goodwin 17:58

Senior boys
53 Ross Tennant 25:19
113 Bradley Wattleworth 26:18
196 Connor Whiting 27:22

Full results

Ipswich Parkrun #78 - 15th March

9 Dalton COE 19:06
18 Chris SUGARS 20:11
35 Paul SNOWDON 21:06
52 Bella KEELEY 22:45
90 Greta SUPINAITE 25:08
109 Mandy GODBOLD 25:59
220 Adrian GOODE 32:49

British Masters Indoor Championships - 8th & 9th March

60m M35 H1
5 Nigel Hayman 7.97

Inter County Championships, Birmingham - 8th March

Senior women
63 Charlotte Christensen 00:31:13

U20 men
86 Ben Wharnsby 00:28:34

U17 women
154 Alice Goodwin 00:23:13

U17 men
99 John Millar 00:20:28
173 Antonio Capasso 00:21:12

U15 boys
128 Henry Milldown 00:18:09
173 Daniel Stagg 00:18:37
191 Louis Breyer 00:18:45

U15 girls
88 Abigail Rose 00:19:21
125 Isabelle Wickens 00:19:56
150 Anna Firth 00:20:17

U13 boys
63 Matthew Snowden 00:11:37
189 Michael Hope 00:12:15
264 George Fricker 00:12:56

U13 girls
17 Charlotte Summers 00:12:08
209 Isabella Keeley 00:13:42
292 Evie Morgan 00:14:46

Full results

Ipswich Parkrun #77 - 8th March

5 Michael FULLER 17:48
8 Neil GILLINGHAM 18:46
10 Josh SUGARS 19:08
12 Dalton COE 19:12
14 Jack WEAVER 19:20
16 Laura THOMAS 19:31
27 Chris SUGARS 20:02
111 Tony R FULLER 25:34
118 Alice COX 25:54
133 Mandy GODBOLD 26:27

Chelmsford Indoor Athletics Competition - 1st March

Full results

Results from SWL race at Bury St Edmunds - 2nd March

Senior results and final league tables
Junior results and final league tables

Summary of final standings:-

Boys Team Results
1st Ipswich Harriers A
2nd Ipswich Harriers B
4th Ipswich Harriers C
6th Ipswich Harriers D

Girls Team Results
2nd Ipswich Harriers A
3rd Ipswich Harriers B

Junior age group standings from minimum 4 of 5 races completed:-

U13 Girls
1st Isabella Keeley
U15 Girls
2nd Chloe Godbold

U13 Boys
1st Matthew Snowdon
3rd Jack Weaver

U15 Boys
1st Henry Milldown
3rd Alex Baxter

U17 Boys
1st Sam Allen
2nd Theo Passmore

Senior Men Team Results
1st Ipswich Harriers A
18th Ipswich Harriers B

Senior Women Team Results
4th Ipswich Harriers A
20th Ipswich Harriers B

Combined Team Results
2nd Ipswich Harriers A
19th Ipswich Harriers B

Senoir age group standings from minimum 4 of 5 races completed:-

U20 Women
3rd Alice Goodwin
Senior Women

2nd Laura Thomas

U20 Men
2nd Ben Wharnsby

Senior Men
1st Ross Fawcett

Crystal Palace Parkrun #180 - 1st March

9 Abigail ROSE 19:56

Ipswich Parkrun #76 - 1st March

14 Dalton COE 19:54
17 Lucy BARNES 20:01
57 Neil GILLINGHAM 22:56
122 Mandy GODBOLD 26:14

English Cross Country Championships, Nottingham - 22nd February

Junior men
91 Bradley Wattleworth 35:24
127 Ben Wharnsby 36:54

Senior women
93 Charlotte Christensen 32:46

U13 boys
134 Matthew Snowdon 12:37

U15 boys
97 Henry Milldown 15:40
214 Will Blackburn 16:54

Under 17 men
92 Theo Passmore 22:00

Ipswich Parkrun #75 - 22nd February

2nd Alex Baxter 18:00
6th Dalton Coe 18:52
7th Neil Gillingham 18:58
9th Jack Weaver 19:01
10th Micheal Fuller 19:01
15th Laura Thomas 19:49
37th Maddie Craig 22:03
44th Bella Keeley 22:18
99th Tony Fuller 25:48
101st Mandy Godbold 26:00
141st Max Hales 28:39

Results, photos and video from SWL race at Bungay - 16th February

Senior results and standings
Junior results and standings

Photos for juniors and seniors available in the photo gallery. Thanks to Andrew Pattle for sending them in and for another splendid race video.

World Indoor Athletics Championships - Malcolm Fenton

Congratulations to Malcolm Fenton who has been appointed as Throws Coach for the GB Team at next month's World Indoor Athletics Championships in Sopot, Poland.

Malcolm will also be team coach and team manager for the European Winter Throws Cup in Portugal on the 15th and 16th March.

Essex & Eastern Indoor Championships @ Lee Valley - 8th & 9th February

Well done to all the Harriers who took part in the indoor championships, full results available via power of 10.

Results from SWL race at Stowmarket - 2nd February

Senior results and standings
Junior results and standings

Great Bentley Half Marathon - 9th February



31 Graham Pattle 1:22:18
98 Laura Thomas 1:29:36
128 Neil Gillingham 1:32:20
196 Josh Sugars 1:37:18
231 Chris Sugars 1:39:34
240 Adrian Goode 1:40:17

Ipswich Parkrun #74 - 8th February

3 Ben WHARNSBY 17:40
7 Matthew SNOWDON 18:46
11 Dalton COE 19:30
12 Daniel JONES 19:31
44 Paul SNOWDON 22:24
51 Bella KEELEY 23:19
73 Greta SUPINAITE 24:23
88 Adrian GOODE 24:56
105 Alice COX 25:54
112 Mandy GODBOLD 26:10
113 Tony R FULLER 26:15
169 Max HALES 29:37

Ipswich Parkrun #73 - 1st February

1 Ben WHARNSBY 17:37
7 Neil GILLINGHAM 18:52
12 Daniel JONES 19:39
129 Max HALES 27:28
100 Mandy GODBOLD 26:01

Ipswich Parkrun #72 - 25th January

2 Ben WHARNSBY 17:25
9 Neil GILLINGHAM 19:00
11 Dalton COE 19:12
13 Jack WEAVER 19:18
14 Michael FULLER 19:19
17 John JOUSIFFE 19:37
18 Laura THOMAS 19:40
33 Adrian GOODE 21:08
42 Maddie CRAIG 21:27
58 Bella KEELEY 22:27
84 Chloe GODBOLD 23:44
114 Mandy GODBOLD 25:23
135 Alice COX 26:30
138 Tony R FULLER 26:33
174 Max HALES 28:45

Ipswich Parkrun #71 - 18th January

2 Theo PASSMORE 17:10
5 Ben WHARNSBY 18:03
6 Henry MILLDOWN 18:05
7 Alex BAXTER 18:10
15 Matthew SNOWDON 18:58
16 Dalton COE 18:59
20 Neil GILLINGHAM 19:31
21 Jack WEAVER 19:35
22 Michael FULLER 19:35
31 Laura THOMAS 20:04
35 Chris SUGARS 20:30
54 Adrian GOODE 22:13
82 Chloe GODBOLD 23:53
97 Alice COX 25:02
106 Mandy GODBOLD 25:45
149 Tony R FULLER 27:25

Ipswich Parkrun #70 - 11th January

3 Henry MILLDOWN 18:17
5 Ben WHARNSBY 18:29
7 Alex BAXTER 18:54
9 Michael FULLER 18:56
15 Dalton COE 19:13
20 Matthew SNOWDON 20:15
27 Josh SUGARS 20:42
42 Adrian GOODE 21:30
60 Conor WAKEMAN 22:26
62 Maddie CRAIG 22:34
65 Paul SNOWDON 22:49
74 Neil GILLINGHAM 23:32
84 Bella KEELEY 24:13
88 Chloe GODBOLD 24:34
89 Greta SUPINAITE 24:35
94 Alice COX 25:03
118 Mandy GODBOLD 26:51
124 Holly ASTON 27:01
140 Tony R FULLER 27:57

County cross country championships - 5th January

Well done to everyone who took part in the races on Sunday, a good turnout.
Full results

Ipswich Parkrun #69 - 4th January

4 Dalton Coe 19:42
12 Neil Gillingham 20:21
40 Adrian Goode 23:36
71 Mandy Godbold 26:35
79 Holly Aston 27:19

Ipswich Parkrun #68 - 1st January

7 Dalton Coe 20:15
10 Laura Thomas 21:04
19 Adrian Goode 22:23
44 Bella Keeley 24:53
46 Greta Supinaite 24:55
48 Chloe Godbold 25:04

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2013

Ipswich Parkrun #67 - 28th December

14 Neil Gillingham 20:21
17 Matthew Snowdon 20:47
21 Laura Thomas 21:12
26 Lucy Barnes 21:27
37 Adrian Goode 22:30
38 Paul Snowdon 22:37
57 Greta Supinaite 25:02
83 Bella Keeley 25:53
90 Mandy Godbold 26:47
100 Tony R Fuller 27:21

Ipswich Parkrun #66 - 25th December

10 Dalton Coe 19:57
11 Josh Sugars 20:01
15 Neil Gillingham 20:53
16 Michael Fuller 20:54
John Jousiffe 21:12
28 Chris Sugars 22:01
41 Greta Supinaite 24:07
55 Chloe Godbold 25:31
73 Mandy Godbold 26:58
118 Louis Breyer 31:43

Portsmouth Coastal Waterside Marathon - 22nd December

290th Neil Gillingham 03:49:18

Ipswich Parkrun #65 - 21st December

11th Louis Breyer 20:31
12th Matthew Snowdon 21:02
55th Bella Keeley 26:04
57th Greta Supinaite 26:11
60th Adrian Goode 26:30
67th Mandy Godbold 27:21
154th Neil Gillingham 51:38

Turkey Trot (Beccles 10 Miles) - 15th December

50th Adrian Goode 69:35
57th Laura Thomas 70:33

Ipswich Parkrun #64 - 14th December

5 Dalton Coe 19:43
29 Adrian Goode 22:15
38 Maddie Craig 23:14
50 Greta Supinaite 24:09
57 Bella Keeley 24:45
73 Mandy Godbold 26:33

Results, photos and video from SWL race at Woodbridge - 8th December

Senior results and standings
Junior results and standings

Photos for juniors and seniors available in the photo gallery. Thanks to Andrew Pattle for sending them in and for another great race video.

Ipswich Parkrun #63 - 7th December

6 Dalton Coe 19:48
55 Mandy Godbold 26:14

Ipswich Parkrun #62 - 30th November

5 Neil GILLINGHAM 19:50
13 Laura THOMAS 20:24
14 John JOUSIFFE 21:02
18 Adrian GOODE 21:37
35 Greta SUPINAITE 23:31
46 Bella KEELEY 24:42
63 Mandy GODBOLD 26:22
64 Tony R FULLER 26:28

Hadleigh 10 - 24th November

12 Graham Pattle 01:01:57
52 Adrian Goode 01:10:38

Hadleigh 5 - 24th November

4th Neil Gillingham 32:28

Hadleigh fun run - 24th November

1st Alex Baxter 6:08
5th Ewan Baxter 6:43
16th Evie Morgan 7:25

Ipswich Parkrun #61 - 23rd November

5 Josh SUGARS 19:16
20 Dalton COE 21:16
23 John JOUSIFFE 21:34
41 Greta SUPINAITE 23:20
45 Chloe GODBOLD 23:42
46 Adrian GOODE 23:42
65 Mandy GODBOLD 26:23
69 Tony R FULLER 26:52

Ipswich Parkrun #60 - 16th November

6th Neil Gillingham 19:24
8th Matthew Snowden 19:29
17th Laura Thomas 20:26
25th Adrian Goode 21:19
27th Lucy Barnes 21:30
38th Chris Sugars 22:19
51st Greta Supinaite 23:45
78th Mandy Godbold 25:38

Ipswich Parkrun #59 - 9th November

6th Joshua Sugars 19:36
16th Laura Thomas 21:02
19th Adrian Goode 21:07
22nd Chris Sugars 21:32
48th Greta Supinaite 23:56
58th Chloe Godbold 24:31
76th Mandy Godbold 25:57

Canon Hill parkrun #166 - 9th November

62nd Lucy Barnes 21:09

Oxford parkrun #105 - 9th November

3rd Neil Gillingham 19:37

Colchester parkrun #29 - 2nd November

10th Neil Gillingham 19:41

Results from SWL race at Framlingham - 27th October

Senior results and standings
Junior results and standings

Ipswich Parkrun #58 - 26th October

14th Neil Gillingham 20:20
41st Laura Thomas 23:23
42nd Adrian Goode 23:23
66th Mandy Godbold 25:38

Wix 5 Mile - 20th October

28th Neil Gillingham 32:03

Ipswich Parkrun #57 - 19th October

10th Kevin Peirce 19:21
13th Neil Gillingham 19:36
16th Joshua Sugars 19:56
29th Will Blackburn 21:08
86th Mandy Godbold 25:21
87th Adrian Goode 25:22
94th Greta Supinaite 26:33

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Martlesham 10k - 13th October

20th Kevin Peirce 38:45
58th Laura Thomas 43:22
65th Adrian Goode 44:11


Ipswich Parkrun #56 - 12th October

4th Dalton Coe 19:07
20th Daniel Jones 21:24
40th Greta Supinaite 22:51
31st Adrian Goode 22:54
47th Chloe Godbold 24:16
59th Mandy Godbold 25:32


Ipswich Parkrun #55 - 5th October

6th Matthew Snowdon
7th Dalton Coe 18:53
8th Jack Weaver 19:05
11th Neil Gillingham 19:12
49th Chloe Godbold 23:15
73rd Adrian Goode 25:10
75th Mandy Godbold 25:25


Ipswich Parkrun #54 - 28th September

2nd Antonio Capasso 18:48
22nd Laura Thomas 20:54
51st Issy Wickens 23:09
75th Mandy Godbold 25:07


Milton Keynes parkrun #191 - 28th September

15th Neil Gillingham 19:18


Coastal 10 - 29th September

42nd Adrian Goode 1:11:49


Suffolk Schools Cross Country

Dates and information regarding events leading up to English Schools at Castle Donington on 15th March 2014 are up on the Suffolk Schools Athletic Association website.
First round of races will be on 17th October at RHS.


Larking Gowen Ipswich Half Marathon - 22nd September

5th Bradley Wattleworth 78:13 pb
84th Neil Gillingham 93:44
126th Laura Thomas 96:35 pb


Larking Gowen Ipswich Half Marathon Fun Run - 22nd September

4th Will Blackburn 5:22
6th Connor Wakeman 5:26
7th Eleanor Tennant 5:36 (1st Female)
21st Isabella Keeley 6:07


Ipswich Parkrun #53 - 21st September

9th Neil Gillingham 19:04
10th Dalton Coe 19:10
12th Matthew Snowdon 19:37
22nd Adrian Goode 20:49
40th Greta Supinaite 23:19
51st Chloe Godbold 24:10
62nd Mandy Godbold 25:22


EAL final @ Bury St. Edmunds - 15th September

Full match results available at Power of 10


Bupa Great North Run - 15th September

417th Neil Gillingham 85:12 pb


Bupa Junior Great North Run (4k) - 14th September

32nd Christopher Jones 15:55
63rd Connor Wakeman 17:01


Bupa Great North 5k - 14th September

20th Neil Gillingham 18:24 pb


Ipswich Parkrun #52 - 14th September

2nd Bradley Wattleworth 16:36 (new course record for JM15-17)
6th Dalton Coe 19:00
23rd Adrian Goode 21:10
27th Laura Thomas 21:29
46th Greta Supinaite 23:27


EYAL final @ Stevenage - 8th September

Full match results available at Power of 10


Langham 10k - 8th September

29th Neil Gillingham 39:48
94th Daniel Jones 45:23


Ipswich Parkrun #51 - 7th September

4th Dalton Coe 18:56
12th Laura Thomas 20:17
17th Adrian Goode 20:43
90th Kevin Pierce 26:31
93rd Greta Supinaite 26:47


EAL @ Peterborough - 1st September

Full match results available at Power of 10


Framlingham 10k - 1st September

52nd Laura Thomas 43:21


Ipswich Parkrun #50 - 31st August

7th Dalton COE 19:34
22nd John JOUSIFFE 22:12
51st Greta SUPINAITE 24:46
98th Neil GILLINGHAM 29:54


Ipswich Parkrun #49 - 24th August

6th Theo PASSMORE 17:35
10th Dalton COE 19:06
28th Adrian GOODE 21:24
31st Will BLACKBURN 21:30
53rd Greta SUPINAITE 23:42
127th Neil GILLINGHAM 29:10


Ipswich Parkrun #48 - 17th August

5th Neil Gillingham 19:23
23rd Ewan Baxter 21:59
29th Joshua Thompson 22:15
59th Greta Supinaite 25:16


Colchester Parkrun #19 - 17th August

20th Adrian Goode 20:49


SAL @ Luton - 10th August

Full match results available at Power of 10


Ipswich Parkrun #47 - 10th August

22nd Laura Thomas 19:59
24th Adrian Goode 20:26
28th Will Blackburn 20:57


EYAL @ Chelmsford - 4th August

Full match results available at Power of 10


Ipswich Parkrun #46 - 3rd August

7th Dalton Coe 19:57
14th Laura Thomas 20:49


Broome Summer Series 10k Race 3 - 31st July

35th Laura Thomas 32:46


Valentines parkrun #129 - 27th July

8th Neil Gillingham 18:53


Ipswich Parkrun #45 - 27th July

49th Greta Supinaite 24:12


National Lottery Anniversary Run 5 - 21st July



365th Neil Gillingham 33:01
693rd Adrian Goode 34:51
1893rd Hannah Hine 38:46


EYAL @ Ware - 21st July

Full match results available at Power of 10


SAL @ Peterborough - 20th July

Full match results available at Power of 10


Ipswich Parkrun #44 - 20th July

17th Laura Thomas 20:46
45th Adrian Goode 23:20
124th Neil Gillingham 32:08


Brantham Friday 5 - 19th July

24th Neil Gillingham 33:07


Ekiden Relays @ Ipswich - 14th July

Men's team
10th 2:45:27.4

Women's team
6th 3:26:45.6

Mixed team
6th 3:10:42.8


EAL @ Ipswich - 14th July

Full match results available at Power of 10


Northgate Junior Athletics meeting - 13th July

Full match results


Colchester Parkrun #15 - 13th July

6th Alex Baxter 18:40
24th Ewan Baxter 21:45


Ipswich Parkrun #43 - 13th July

4th Neil Gillingham 19:24
24th John Jousiffe 21:55
63rd Greta Supinaite 26:11


EYAL @ Stevenage - 7th July

Full match results available at Power of 10


Heveningham Hall - 7th July

9th Alex Lawrence 46:15


Lord Mayors 5k City Centre Classic (Norwich) - 6th July

20th Bradley Wattleworth 16:55


Ipswich Parkrun #42 - 6th July

7th Dalton Coe 19:05
29th Adrian Goode 21:21
61st Lucy Barnes 24:31
62nd Greta Supinaite 24:40


Great Bentley Friday 5 - 5th July

90th Daniel Jones 32:32
102nd Adrian Goode 33:14
108th Laura Thomas 33:29
196th Kirsty Thorndyke 37:13
217th Jeremy Smith 38:12


Eastern Counties Championships @ Cambridge - 29th June

Full match results available at Power of 10


Ipswich Parkrun #41 - 29th June

5th Dalton Coe 19:35
15th Laura Thomas 21:21
47th Greta Supinaite 24:21


Bury St Edmunds parkrun #1 - 29th June

17th Adrian Goode 20:58


EAL @ Braintree - 23rd June

Full match results available at Power of 10


Ipswich Parkrun #40 - 22nd June

11th Adrian Goode 20:36
40th Greta Supinaite 24:27
63rd Neil Gillingham 27:27


Bury Friday 5 - 21st June

59nd Neil Gillingham 32:41
72nd Adrian Goode 33:19
188th Jeremy Smith 38:46
270th Hannah Hine 43:34
313th Will Goldsmith 47:11


SAL @ Ipswich - 15th June

Full match results available at Power of 10


Ipswich Parkrun #39 - 15th June

2nd Alex Baxter 18:33
3rd Michael Fuller 18:42
6th Dalton Coe 19:35
8th Matthew Snowdon 19:45
18th Adrian Goode 20:31
64th Lucy Barnes 28:57
65th Neil Gillingham 28:57


Stowmarket Friday 5 - 14th June

37th Neil Gillingham 33:24
131st Jeremy Smith 39:56
181st Hannah Hine 43:22


Ipswich Parkrun #38 - 8th June

14th Oliver Minns 20:29
15th Neil Gillingham 20:34
18th Adrian Goode 20:44
49th Greta Supinaite 24:33
66th Niamh Hedges-Quinn 26:25


Kirton Friday 5 mile & fun run - 7th June

5 mile
4 Andrew Revell 26:52:00
7 Ross Tennant 27:18:00
8 Bradley Wattlworth 27:22:00
14 Connor Whitling 28:24:00
40 Lee Morgan 30:20:00
56 Neil Gillingham 31:27:00
86 Adrian Goode 32:55:00
113 Daniel Jones 34:11:00
118 Laura Thomas 34:17:00
197 Kirsty Thorndyke 37:40:00
228 Jeremy Smith 38:29:00
299 Hannah Hine 41:44:00

Fun run
1 Alex Baxter 9.10
6 Connor Wakeman 10.13
13 Chloe Godbold 11.18


Suffolk County 5k Track Championships - 3rd June

12th Neil Gillingham 18:35


Outlaw Half (1.2 mile swim, 56 mile cycle, 13.1 mile run) - 2nd June

916th
Neil Gillingham
Swim 47:22
T1 09:29
Cycle 03:50:23
T2 03:48
Run 02:05:24

Total 06:56:28


Ipswich Parkrun #37 - 1st June

1st Ross Fawcett 17:40
6th Matthew Snowdon 19:38
26th Adrian Goode 21:26


Colwick (Nottingham) parkrun #101 - 1st June

16th Neil Gillingham 20:14


Ipswich Friday 5 mile - 31st May

49th Antonio Capasso 33:34
62nd Adrian Goode 34:04
193rd Jeremy Smith 41:38
206th Hannah Hine 42:13


Suffolk County Track & Field Championships - 26th May

Full results available on county website.


Bupa Westminister Mile - 26th May

Junior Men
4th Andrew Revell 4:23

Under 17 Men
11th Bradley Wattleworth 4:52


Ipswich Parkrun #36 - 25th May

9th Dalton Coe 19:35
10th Neil Gillingham 19:52
13th Daniel Jones 20:07
14th Adrian Goode 20:13
23rd Laura Thomas 21:15
56th Greta Supinaite 23:55
154th Chloe Godbold 42:36 (Tail running volunteer)


Woodbridge 10k & fun run - 19th May

10k
6th Ross Fawcett 35:15
15th Theo Passmore 37:35
17th Kevin Pierce 37:59
74th Adrian Goode 42:21

Team Results
2nd Ipswich Harriers (Ross Fawcett, Theo Passmore & Kevin Pierce) 1:50:50

Junior fun run
1st Henry Milldown 4:41
5th Connor Wakeman 5:19
13th Oliver Gillespie 5:37
30th Indie Driscoll 5:53
65th Lottie Passmore 6:33


EYAL @ Ipswich - 19th May

Provisional match result:
1 Ipswich 751, 2 City of Norwich 586, 3 Colchester Harriers 422.5, 4 Peterborough 372, 5 Colchester & Tendring 307, 6 Braintree & District 298.5, 7 Benfleet Juniors 220
Full match results available at Power of 10.


SAL @ Ipswich - 18th May

Match result:
1 Ipswich 215.5, 2 Basildon 211, 3 Wycombe Phoenix Harriers 191, 4 Barnet & District 59.5

Full match results available at Power of 10.


EAL @ King's Lynn - 12th May

A great start to this year's EAL with a win at King's Lynn.
Match result: 1 Ipswich 930, 2 C&C 789, 3 Great Yarmouth 431, 4 West Norfolk 411, 5 Ryston 291, 6 Breckland 200
Full match results available at Power of 10


Ipswich Parkrun #34 - 11th May

3rd Alex Baxter 18:11
6th Neil Gillingham 19:43
12th Adrian Goode 20:46
16th Ewan Baxter 21:19
18th Laura Thomas 21:40


Milton Keynes Marathon - 6th May

180th Neil Gillingham 3:29:40 (pb)


Ipswich Parkrun #33 - 4th May

1st Ross Fawcett 16:50
3rd Michael Fuller 18:05
7th Dalton Coe 19:19
8th Matthew Snowdon 19:21
43rd Greta Supinaite 24:09


Ipswich Parkrun #32 - 27th April

5th Neil Gillingham 18:29
9th Daniel Jones 19:26
10th Dalton Coe 19:36
15th Adrian Goode 20:28
19th Laura Thomas 21:23
62nd Kirsty Thorndyke 24:35
68th Greta Supinaite 25:03


London Marathon and Mini Marathon - 21st April

Marathon
3354th Glynn Thomas 03:20:16
7400th Oliver Minns 03:45:12 pb

Mini Marathon - 3 miles (representing East Region)
Under 17 Girls
54th Susannah Reid 19:07

Under 13 Boys
28th Alex Baxter 17:20


SAL @ Ipswich - 20th April

Match result:
1 Bedford & County 201, 2 Ipswich 184, 3 Cambridge & Coleridge 156, 4 Thames Valley Harriers 143

Full match results available at Power of 10.


Ipswich Parkrun #31 - 20th April

3rd Neil Gillingham 18:46
8th Matthew Snowdon 19:14
11th Dalton Coe 19:41
16th Adrian Goode 20:34
23rd Laura Thomas 21:32
58th Greta Supinaite 24:52


EYAL @ Thurrock - 14th April

A good start to the season with a win at Thurrock.
Match result: 1.Ips 714 2.Hav 707 3.D&T 522 4.Thu 433.5 5.Bra 348 6.Har 230 7.BenJ 162.5 Full match results available at Power of 10


Brighton Marathon - 14th April

2604th Kirsty Thorndyke 3:58:25



Bungay Marathon - 14th April

26th Chris Sugars 3:40:15 pb
57th Neil Gillingham 3:57:33


Ipswich Parkrun #30 - 13th April

1st Alex Baxter 17:34
7th Daniel Jones 19:32
8th Dalton Coe 19:50
11th Adrian Goode 20:23
103rd Neil Gillingham 44:34


Brockwell Parkrun, Herne Hill #119 - 13th April

9th Michael Fuller 18:29


Braintree 5 - 7th April

67th Neil Gillingham 31:23 pb


Ipswich Parkrun #29 - 6th April

3rd Alex Baxter 18:05
9th Joshua Sugars 19:23
15th Chris Sugars 20:11
21st Adrian Goode 21:17
49th Kirsty Thorndyke 24:43


Chelmsford Open - 30th March

Male
100m
   Christian Frost U17 11.94s
   George Johnson U17 11.67s
   Tom Powell U20 11.55s
   Leon Holmes U20 11.70s
200m
   George Johnson U17 23.36s
   Christian Frost U17 23.86s
   Theo Passmore U17 25.39s
   Tom Powell U20 23.00s
800m
   Christopher Jones U15 2m 27.67s
   Theo Passmore U17 2m 12.62s
   Matthew Constable U20 2m 04.88s
1500m
   Henry Milldown U15 4m 41.89s
HJ
   Christopher Jones U15 1.60m
LJ
   Jadxier Katoba U13 3.73m

Female
80m
   Lonarra Youngs U11 12.29s
   Rhoda Oyebade U11 12.60s
   Maisy Armstrong U11 13.52s
100m
   Sophie Weston U13 16.15s
   Jasmine Cant U13 14.67s
   Christy Fraser U13 14.83s
   Chloe Godbold U15 13.85s
   Gemma Cook U15 14.55s
   Tilly Thomas U17 13.37s
   Lucy Calver U17 15.67s
200m
   Jasmine Cant U13 30.12s
   Christy Fraser U13 30.15s
   Sophie Weston U13 33.16s
   Gemma Cook U15 30.09s
   Lucy Calver U17 32.34s
   Keeley Whitlock U20 27.50s
400m
   Keeley Whitlock Snr 65.51s
600m
   Lonarra Youngs U11 2m 16.15s
   Rhoda Oyebade U11 2m 22.55s
800m
   Chloe Godbold U15 2m 48.33s
LJ
   Rhoda Oyebade U11 3.34m
   Lonarra Youngs U11 3.33m
   Maisy Armstrong U11 3.18m
   Christy Fraser U13 3.52m
   Chloe Godbold U15 4.18m
   Gemma Cook U15 3.80m


Ipswich Parkrun #28 - 30th March

1st Ross Fawcett 16:49
11th Joshua Sugars 19:05
14th Neil Gillingham 19:14
15th Dalton Coe 19:18
24th Adrian Goode 20:42
29th Laura Thomas 21:02 (First female)
65th Greta Supinaite 24:59


The Roger Wing Memorial 10k - 29th March

23rd Neil Gillingham 39:18 (pb)


Ipswich parkrun #27 - 23rd March

4th Neil Gillingham 19:03
11th Daniel Jones 20:07
16th Adrian Goode 20:30
53rd Kirsty Thorndyke 25:25


Colchester Half Marathon - 17th March

89th Neil Gillingham 88:50
255th Daniel Jones 98:22


Ipswich parkrun #26 - 16th March

8th Neil Gillingham 19:09
9th Josh Sugars 19:15
10th Matthew Snowden 19:16
13th Dalton Coe 19:43
24th Laura Thomas 21:20
37th Adrian Goode 23:40
45th Chloe Godbold 24:49


Saucony Cambridge Half Marathon - 10th March

240th Neil Gillingham 91:17


Ipswich parkrun #25 - 9/3/13

8th Dalton Coe 19:53
10th Neil Gillingham 20:15
37th Greta Supinaite 24:40


Inter Counties Championships at Cofton Park, Birmingham - 9th March

Results for Harriers who were selected, via the Suffolk County Championships, to represent Suffolk at the Inter Counties Championships on Saturday.

Senior men
54 36:32 Elliott Palmer

U20 men
54 26:54 Andrew Revell
122 28:36 James Powley
141 28:58 Oliver Jones

U17 men
101 19:59 Ross Tennant
102 20:00 Bradley Wattleworth

U15 boys
130 17:53 Theo Passmore

U13 boys
80 11:23 Alex Baxter
140 11:42 Matthew Snowdon

Senior women
179 32:37 Charlotte Christensen

U15 girls
230 20:34 Eleanor Tennant
245 21:08 Olivia Mair
278 22:54 Chloe Godbold

U13 girls
209 13:18 Annabel Whitehead


Results from SWL race at Bury St Edmunds, 3rd March

Senior results and standings
Junior results and standings


Ipswich parkrun #24 - 2/3/13

6th Neil Gillingham 19:10


Tarpley 20 Miles, 24th February

47th Neil Gillingham 2:33:20


National Cross Country Championship, Sunderland - 23rd February

Under 13 Girls - 3k
122nd Anna Whitehead 13:50
Under 17 Women - 5k
36th Susannah Reid 20:03
Under 15 boys - 4.5k
201st Christopher Jones 20:16


Ipswich parkrun #23 23/02/13

11th Dalton Coe 20:11
12th Matthew Snowdon 20:19
15th Adrian Goode 20:50
59th Chloe Godbold 25:19


Mitja Marato de Barcelone (Barcelona Half Marathon) - 17th Feb

3811st Daniel Jones 1:40:45 sb
5639th Kirsty Thorndyke 1:46:47 pb


Results, photos and video from SWL race at Bungay, 17th February

Senior results and standings
Junior results and standings

Photos for juniors and seniors available in the photo gallery. Thanks to Andrew Pattle for sending them in and for another great race video.


South of England Cross Country Championships, Parliament Hills, London - 16th February

Under 13 Girls - 3k
19th Charlotte Summers 12:01
119th Anna Whitehead 13:35

Under 15 Girls - 4k
77th Eleanor Tennant 16:11

Under 17 Women - 5k
23rd Susanna Reid 20:55

Under 13 Boys - 3k
11th Alex Baxter 10:58
44th Jolyon Summers 11:34

Under 17 Men - 6k
12th Ross Tennant 20:22
41st Bradley Wattleworth 21:30
69th Connor Whiting 22:13

Under 20 Men - 8k
28th Andrew Revell 28:41
54th Oliver Jones 30:50

Senior Men - 15k
509th Jeremy Smith 1:26:48


Malcolm Fenton appointed Event Group Lead for Throws at England Athletics

Malcolm Fenton becomes Event Group Lead for Throws having played a big role in the significant rise in throwing standards at all levels over the past four years. Fenton is hugely experienced and has worked as National Coach Mentor for hammer, discus and shot for England Athletics and has coached a number of athletes to Olympic level (England Athletics, 2013)


Ipswich parkrun #22 16/02/13

1st Ross Fawcett 18:24
10th Adrian Goode 20:51
52nd Greta Supinaite 25:48
93rd Christy Fraser 32:18


Great Bentley Half Marathon - 10/2/2013

37th Kevin Peirce 82:12 pb
101st Neil Gillingham 90:47 sb
379th Kirsty Thorndyke 1:51:02 sb
387th Leanne Thorndyke 1:51:29 pb


Ipswich parkrun #21- 9/2/2013

1st Ross Fawcett 18:09
7th Neil Gillingham 19:53
10th Dalton Coe 20:31
14th Adrian Goode 21:14
29th Laura Thomas 22:47
52nd Chloe Godbold 25:56


Ipswich parkrun # 20 - 2/2/2013

4th Neil Gillingham 19:57
8th Dalton Coe 20:21
16th Josh Sugars 21:31
45th Chloe Godbold 25:45


Benfleet 15 - 20th January

Neil Gillingham braved a rather cold and snowy Benfleet 15 mile multi terrain race yesterday. Well done!
95th Neil Gillingham 2:00:16


Results, photos and video from SWL race at Haughley Park, 13th January

Senior results and standings
Junior results and standings

Photos for juniors and seniors available in the photo gallery. Thanks to Andrew Pattle for sending them in and for another fine race video.


Ipswich parkrun # 19 - 12/01/2013

3rd Neil Gillingham 20:06
8th Dalton Coe 20:54
11th Daniel Jones 21:36
32nd Lucy Barnes 24:59


Suffolk Athletics Association Cross Country Championships 2013, Ickworth Park - 6th January

Under 13 Girls - 3k
4th 13:25 Isabella Wickens
9th 14:49 Annabel Whitehead
11th 14:54 Madeleine Craig

2nd Team Ipswich Harriers 24pts

Under 15 Girls - 4k
2nd 16:00 Charlotte Wickens
6th 18:01 Olivia Mair
8th 19:38 Chloe Godbold

1st Team Ipswich Harriers 16pts

Under 17 Girls - 5k
1st 23:21 Susannah Reid

Junior Women - 6k
1st 28:11 Hannah Petterson
4th 35:07 Madeleine Harris

Senior Women - 8k
23rd 39:24 Laura Thomas

Under 13 Boys - 3k
1st 11:56 Alex Baxter
2nd 12:14 Jolyon Summers
4th 12:20 Matthew Snowdon
14th 14:20 Oliver Gillespie

1st Team Ipswich Harriers 7pts

Under 15 Boys - 4k
2nd 14:11 Theo Passmore
5th 14:22 Sam Allen
9th 15:30 Richard Ling
10th 15:33 Henry Mildown
11th 15:44 Alexander Lawrence
16th 16:31 Joshua Thompson
17th 16:32 Antonio Capasso
18th 16:39 Conor Wakeman
20th 18:04 Christopher Jones

1st team Ipswich Harriers 16pts

Under 17 Men - 6k
3rd 22:24 Ross Tennant
8th 24:48 Connor Whiting
11th 29:23 Joshua Sugars

2nd Team Ipswich Harriers 22pts

Junior Men - 8k
2nd 29:32 Andrew Revell

Senior Men - 12k
50th 53:13 Neil Gillingham
76th 57:36 Oliver Minns
88th 59:45 Daniel Jones


Parkrun Event #18 - 5th January

7th Neil Gillingham 20:17
18th Adrian Goode 21:49
48th Lucy Barnes 25:35


Great Edinburgh International Cross Country - 5th January

Senior Men 8k
27th 26:04 Kieran Clements (Representing Great Britain)


Parkrun Event #17 - 1st January (New Years Day)

6th Alex Baxter 20:17
8th Neil Gillingham 20:44
10th Dalton Coe 21:09
12th Joshua Thompson 21:24
14th Adrian Goode 21:37
20th Logan Mair 22:57
27th Chloe Godbold 24:29
67th Venetia Mair 31:58


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2012

Ely New Years Eve 10k - 31st December

80th 42:38 Neil Gillingham


Parkrun Event #16 - 29th December

8th Alex Baxter 20:29
15th Neil Gillingham 21:46
23rd Adrian Goode 22:28
33rd Logan Mair 23:39
58th Chloe Godbold 28:14
87th Venetia Mair 33:13


Parkrun Event #15 - 25th December (Christmas Day)

5th Neil Gillingham 20:53
37th Chloe Godbold 25:56


Parkrun Event #14 - 22nd December

10th Neil Gillingham 21:26
12th Daniel Jones 22:00
13th Joshua Thompson 22:07
14th Adrian Goode 22:34
23rd Chloe Godbold 24:44 Ê


Turkey Trot (Beccles) 10 Miles - 16th December

41st 67:52 Neil Gillingham


Parkrun Event #13 - 15th December

1st Ross Fawcett 17:31
16th Daniel Jones 22:08
23rd Adrian Goode 22:44


European Cross Country Championships in Budapest, Hungary - 9th December

Congratulations to Kieran Clements for winning individual and team bronze in the junior men's race at the European Cross Country Championships in Budapest.

Post race interview with Kieran:-


Parkrun Event #12 - 8th December

2nd Ross Fawcett 17:22
8th Josh Sugars 19:18
10th Neil Gillingham 19:26
13th Chris Sugars 20:23
14th Joshua Thompson 20:36
25th Lucy Barnes 23:01


Parkrun Event #10 - 24th November

1st Ross Tennant 17:36
9th Neil Gillingham 20:44
28th Issy Wickens 23:48


Results, photos and video from SWL race at Woodbridge, 2nd November

Senior results and standings
Junior results and standings

Photos for juniors and seniors available in the photo gallery. Thanks to Andrew Pattle for sending them in and for another fine race video.


Presentation evening photos - 17th November

Photos from the recent Harriers presentation evening can be found in the online album. All award winners should have received a full copy of their photo so please get in touch if not arrived yet.


Hadleigh 10m and fun run - 25th November

10m Results
47 Daniel Jones 01:09:38
106 Neil Gillingham 01:17:41

Fun Run Results
3 06:29 Joshua Thompson
4 06:31 Alex Baxter
6 06:38 25 Louis Breyer
12 07:03 Conor Wakeman
17 07:30 Chloe Godbold
20 07:46 Carly Goode
26 08:19 Kia Goode


Liverpool Cross Challenge including European Cross Country Championship Trials - 24th November

Congratulations to Kieran Clements for gaining selection to run in the European Cross Country Championships in Budapest, Hungary on Sunday 9 December in Hungary following his 4th pac finish at the trials on Saturday.

U20 men
4 Kieran Clements 21:00

Senior men
100 Elliot Palmer 33:26
395 Daniel Palmer 46:12

Post race interview with Kieran:-


Scenic Seven, Stowmarket - 11th November

42nd Neil Gillingham 47:33
43rd Daniel Jones 47:38
70th Oscar Doyle 49:51
153rd Kirsty Thorndyke 57:09 (23rd female)


Parkrun Event #9 (5k) - 10th November

2nd Josh Sugars 20:15
3rd Joshua Thompson 20:24
7th Chris Sugars 20:50
10th Neil Gillingham 21:23
30th Chloe Godbold 24:43


Great East Run 20k (Bungay) - 4th November

36th Neil Gillingham 86:31
60th Daniel Jones 90:32


Results, photos and video from SWL race at Framlinghamon, 28th October

Senior results and standings
Junior results and standings

Photos for juniors and seniors available in the photo gallery. Thanks to Andrew Pattle for sending them in and for a splendid recording of the race.


Parkrun Event #8 (5k) - 27th October

1st Ross Fawcett 17:24
12th Neil Gillingham 20:49
13th Joshua Thompson 20:53


East Coast Marathon (Great Yarmouth) - 21st October

59th Neil Gillingham 03:40:55 pb


East Coast 10k (Great Yarmouth) - 21st October

111th Oscar Doyle 45:12


Parkrun Event #7 (5k) - 20th October

2nd Ross Fawcett 17:23
31st Chloe Godbold 23:53
42nd Kirsty Thorndyke 24:38


Suffolk Winter League 2012/13 by Framlingham Flyers

The first meeting in this season's league will be held at Framlingham on Sunday 28th October.
Race HQ will be, as ever, Framlingham Sports Club,Badingham Road, Framlingham, IP13 9HS.
The races will start from the Castle Meadow, a five minute walk from HQ.

The format will be:
Juniors race (approx 1.5 miles)- 10.40am
Under 11's Fun Run (approx 1500m)- 10.42am
Seniors Race (approx 4.5 miles)- 11am.

Ample car parking, showers, toilets, changing rooms and refreshments will all be available at race HQ before and after the races.


Martlesham Heath 10k - 14th October

4th Ross Fawcett 36:04
11th Kevin Peirce 37:08
30th Neil Gillingham 40:17


Parkrun Event #6 (5k) - 13th October

1st Neil Gillingham 19:47
5th Joshua Thompson 20:22


Parkrun Event #5 (5k) - 6th October

7th Louis Breyer 20:02
8th Neil Gillingham 20:04
14th Daniel Jones 20:45
31st Issy Wickens 22:40
45th Chloe Godbold 24:23


Great Boxford 10k Run - 29th September

20th Neil Gillingham 42:53


AGMs, 26 October

The Ipswich Harriers and Ipswich Harriers Supporters Association AGMs will take place on Friday 26th October 2012 at the Education Centre, St Elizabeth Hospice, Foxhall Road, Ipswich, IP3 8LX.

The Ipswich Harriers Supporters Association AGM will start at 7.00pm, followed by the Ipswich Harriers AGM at 7.30pm.


Parkrun Event #4 (5k) - 29th September

1st Ross Tennant 16:57
3rd Bradley Wattleworth 17:33
5th Glynn Thomas 18:43
19th Neil Gillingham 21:32
30th Kirsty Thorndyke 23:46


Parkrun Event #3 (5k) - 22nd September

3rd Bradley Wattleworth 18:00
9th Neil Gillingham 19:39
28th Laura Thomas 22:36
31st Chloe Godbold 24:01


Suffolk Winter League

Dates and venues for first three races of this season's Suffolk Winter League, full details on fixtures page:

28th October 2012 - Framlingham (includes an Under 11 race)
2nd December 2012 - Sutton Village Hall, Woodbridge
17th February 2013 - Ditchingham, Bungay


World Hammer Decathlon Championships - Derby, 22 September by Malcolm Fenton

On Saturday September 22nd, the World Hammer Championships took place in Derby. This is the first time the championships have been held in the UK, normally they are held in Hungary.

The event involes throwing different weight hammers, ranging from 4kg to 25.4kg (56lb). The event took 6.5 hours to complete in my pool.

Anyway, competing in the M55 age group, I won the event with 6026 points, this being nearly 1500 points ahead of the 2nd placed athlete and winning each event. In doing so I sent world bests, in the overall event, but also in passing, the Hammer Pentathlon record, with 212.87m, and also in the Heavy Weight Pentathlon, with 61.63m.

This gives me then, this year, four British and one world title.


EAL final @ Bury St Edmunds, 23 September


Results


Parkrun Event #3 (5k) - 22nd September

3 Bradley WATTLEWORTH 18:00
9 Neil GILLINGHAM 19:39
31 Chloe GODBOLD 24:01
52 Mandy GODBOLD 29:48


EYAL final @ Stevenage, 16 September

Results


Parkrun Event #2 (5k) - 15th September

1st James Powley 16:49
4th Bradley Wattleworth 18:12
7th Neil Gillingham 19:40
24th Laura Thomas 23:01
27th Kirsty Thorndyke 23:41


Parkrun Event #1 (5k) - 8th September

1st Andrew Rooke 16:37
2nd James Powley 17:11
4th Ross Tennant 18:25
5th Oliver Jones 18:26
6th Bradley Wattleworth 18:31
7th Glynn Thomas 18:48
13th Neil Gillingham 20:26
23rd Josh Sugars 21:49
31st Eleanor Tennant 23:08
49th Chloe Godbold 26:08
87th Jenny Reason 36:27


Winter circuit training from 3rd October with Michael Fuller

Hi guys, winter circuit training is starting next Wednesday[3rd] from 8pm at Northgate. It is open to all U17's and adults - if you are an U15 you must get permission from your coach first. I have created a [Facebook] group which I would like you to join if you intend to come so that I have an idea of numbers. Session is £2. See you all ther


London Marathon 2013 club entries

Calling all potential Ipswich Harrier London Marathon runners. If you are interested in a club place for the 2013 London Marathon please can you contact Neil Gillingham either via email to this site or in person at the track on a training night by 20th October 2012 so the places can be discussed at the first Ipswich Harriers committee meeting after our AGM.

Each UK Athletics-affiliated club is guaranteed a number of places dependant upon the number of adult club members. Ipswich Harriers usually have 2 or 3 guaranteed places to the London Marathon. If more people apply than we have entries, the committee will apply the following criteria:

- The applicant must have been a fully paid up club member for two years, before the date of the London Marathon in question.
- The applicant must have been an active member of the club in the year prior to the London Marathon. (e.g. regular competing athlete, coach or another form of contribution to the club.)
- The applicant must have applied for and been refused entry to the London Marathon in the public ballot. Please keep your rejection advice from the London Marathon to back up your claim.
- Any member who has secured a club place in the previous year shall not be eligible.

Applications that satisfy all criteria will be randomly drawn, to the number of club places available, to decide the members who shall be awarded the club places.

If selected for a club place you are responsible for paying your own entry.


Langham 10k & 1.5 mile fun run, 9th September

10k
134 Oscar Doyle 50:04

1.5 mile fun run
1 Alex Baxter 7:43
3 Matt Snowdon 8:18


Framlingham 10k, 2nd September

1 Elliot Palmer 33:14.9
53 Neil Gillingham 42:55.1
67 Daniel Jones 44:02.8


SAL @ Ipswich, 1st September

Results


EYAL @ Luton, 19th August

Results


NJL @ Copthall, 12th August

Results


EAL @ Chelmsford, 29th July

Results


British Masters M55 Hammer Title for Malcolm Fenton

Congratulations to Malcolm Fenton who won the British Masters M55 Hammer Title, representing EVAC, at the Championships held at Derby from 21st to 22nd July.
Hammer M55
1 Malcolm Fenton 47.08


Tesco Copdock presentation 17th July

Many thanks to Mandy Lloyd, Tesco Ipswich Community Champion, who paid a visit to club night on 17th July to present Tesco Schools & Clubs vouchers donated by the Copdock store that, along with our own collection, will allow us to acquire some new computer equipment.



National Throws Pentathlon Title for Malcolm Fenton

Congratulations to Malcolm Fenton who won the National Title for the Throws Pentathlon (Shot, Discus, Hammer, Javelin and Weight Throw), held recently at Copthall Stadium.Ê

Malcolm first competed in this event in 1996, when he set a British Record for the M40 age group. This time around it was in the M55 age group, where he finished 200 points ahead of the 2nd placer. That took him to 3rd on the UK all time list.

That was Malcolm's 3rd National title for the year.


Ekiden Relays, 15th July

8th A Team 2:42:52
7 Ross Fawcett A 26:25.5
7 Glynn Thomas A 19:01.518
19 Kevin Peirce A 39:34.4
4 Connor Whiting A 18:02.2
34 Neil Gillingham A 41:54.9
5 Patrick Gravet-Curl A 17:52.9

31st B Team 3:03:12
39 Chris Sugars B 30:55.0
18 Joshua Sugars B 20:17.9
57 Danny Jones B 45:13.7
14 Daniel Green B 19:54.2
44 Adrian Goode B 44:24.3
39 Ollie Minns B 22:25.2

74th Ladies Team 3:28:51
94 Emma Burroughs 37:29.9
59 Kirsty Thorndyke 23:50.8
95 Laura Thomas 51:30.2
71 Leanne Thorndyke 25:31.4
50 Lucy Barnes 44:45.9
83 Claire Caiger 25:42.7


EYAL @ Stevenage, 8th July

Results


Capel 5, 8th July

15th Neil Gillingham 34:08
32nd Danny Jones 37:02
57th Kirsty Thorndyke 40:54
85th Martin Buis 46:20


Great Bentley Friday 5, 6th July

105th Neil Gillingham 33:50
114th Danny Jones 34:05
116th Lucy Barnes 34:12
120th Adrian Paul Goode 34:17
121st Chris Sugars 34:17
200th Emma Burroughs 37:31
248th Kirsty Thorndyke 39:13


June 2012 newsletter by Maria Thompson

Click here to view.


NJAL @ Lee Valley, 24th June - report and photos by Graeme Crissell

Suffolk and Essex Saxons travelled to the superb Lee Valley Athletics stadium for the second round of the National Junior League. Despite the fact that some teams had athletes at the Olympics trials, the opposition was very strong and it was a credit to our athletes that we . . . full report

Results


BSE Friday 5, 22nd June

60th Neil Gillingham 32:09
110th Chris Sugars 34:06
220th Emma Burroughs 38:30
296th Will Goldsmith 41:45

Junior races
Under 13 Boys
1 Alex Baxter 07:57
Under 13 Girls
5 Kia Goode 10:53
Under 15 Girls
3 Carly Goode 10:24


BSE Suffolk 5k Champs and junior races, 18th June

5k Senior Men
11 John Scaife 17:10
19 Neil Girling 18:13

1500m junior boys
3 Alex Baxter 04:47


Diss 10k, 17th June

8 Ross Fawcett 36:09.2


EYAL @ Southend, 10th June

Results


SAL Division 2 NE @ St Ives, 9th June - report and photos by Graeme Crissell

In an extremely tight contest Ipswich Harriers finished 2nd to the host team, Huntingdon, in the 3rd round of the Southern Athletics meeting held at a cold and windy St Ives. The adverse weather conditions caused the . . . full report
Results
League tables


Stowmarket Friday 5 and junior race, 8th June

Friday 5
40th Neil Gillingham 34:51
65th Chris Sugars 36:07

Junior race
1st 09:47 Theo Passmore (1st U15B)
4th 10:11 Alex Baxter (1st U13B)
5th 10:35 Joshua Sugars
15th 11:56 Chloe Godbold


Broome 10k, 6th June

20th Neil Gillingham 40:37


England Closed Championships, Birmungham - 2nd-4th June

Congratulations to John Bird for winning the senior men's 800m at the England Championships.

Senior Men
800m Final
1 1:53.09 John Bird
800m semi
3 1:52.19 John Bird
800 heat
2 1:56.86 John Bird

400m semi
6 50.10 Matthew Constable
400m heat
4 49.01 Matthew Constable

Senior Womeen
PV
11 2.32 Jenny Reason

John's winning run and interview.


Eastern AA Championships, 2nd June

U13 Boys
800m Final
3 Alex Baxter 2.23.42
4 Jolyon Summers 2.27.03

U13 Girls
800m Final
4 Charlotte Summers 2.36.35

U15 Girls
100m Final
7 Lauren Grubb 13.79
100m Heat 2
4 Lauren Grubb 13.77
6 Chantelle Kilpatrick 14.19 I

1500m Final
4 Charlotte Wickens 5.05.34

200m Final
3 Lauren Grubb 27.93
200m Heat 1
2 Lauren Grubb 27.81

High Jump Final
1 Lauren Grubb 1.48 I

Long Jump Final
4 Chantelle Kilpatrick 4.63

U17 Men
100m Final
5 George Johnson 11.88
100m Heat 1
3 George Johnson 11.91

1500m Final
5 Ross Tennant 4.21.24

200m Final
2 George Johnson 23.75
200m Heat 2
1 George Johnson 24.28

U17 Women
1500m Final
2 Susannah Reid 4.57.14

300m Final
5 Keeley Whitlock 44.05
300m Heat 1
2 Keeley Whitlock 45.03

U20 Men
1500m Final
1 Andrew Revell 4.12.15

U20 Women
Discus Final
2 Georgina Howe 31.95

Hammer Final
2 70 Georgina Howe 44.14


Kirton Friday 5, 1st June

14th (8th m19-39) Ross Fawcett 28:06
45th (30th m19-39) Kevin Peirce 29:35
78th (5th m0-18) Toby Rankin 31:27
79th (44th m19-39) Neil Gillingham 31:30
82nd (6th m0-18) Joshua Sugars 31:38
115th (m40-44) Chris Sugars 32:57
159th (1st f0-18) Lucy Barnes 34:35
240th (9th f19-34) Emma Burroughs 37:54


EYAL @ Thurrock, 27th May

On a hot day at Grays Athletic club, Ipswich Harriers took part in the 2nd round of the Eastern Young Athletes league against some strong opposition including Herts Phoenix and Beford, but eventually secured another victory with an outstanding all round performance. There were some very good displays from all age groups with many recording personal best times or distances . . . full report
Results


London 10k, 27th May

600th Neil Gillingham 42:31
NB Over 10,500 finishers


Ipswich Friday 5, 25th May

22nd (under m17 2nd) Connor Whiting 30:18
51st (m18-39 27th) Neil Gillingham 33:02
52nd (5th under m17) Joshua Sugars 33:04
74th (17th m40-44) Chris Sugars 34:07
151st (1st under f17) Hannah Hine 37:39
157th (63rd m18-39) Oscar Doyle 37:54
210th (7th w18-34) Emma Burroughs 40:29


EAL @ Ipswich, 20th May

Ipswich Harriers hosted the second round of the East Anglian League at Northgate last Sunday where the opponents included strong opposition from Cambridge and Norwich. Harriers won the overall match and finished top in each of the age sections apart from the U13 and U15 boys . . . full report
Results
Non scoring


Woodbridge 10k & junior 1 mile, 20th May

10k
11 James Powley 35:59
24 Kevin Peirce 37:34

1 mile
1 Theo Passmore 5:02.8
3 Henry Milldown 5:29.9
38 Carly Goode 6:50.0
54 Kia Goode 7:07.7


SAL Division 2 NE @ Woodford, 19th May

Results


Suffolk County Championship @ BSE, 13th May

Results


Alton Water 10k & 5k, 13th May


10k
25th Chris Sugars 42:22

5k
2nd Josh Sugars 17:50
3rd Theo Passmore 18:22
8th Josh Thompson 19:04
18th Seb Lupton 20:18
44th Annabelle Lupton 24:19


EYAL @ Norwich, 29th April

Results


NJL Southern Premier Division @ Eton, 29th April

Results


EAL @ Braintree, 22nd April


Results


SAL Division 2 NE @ Ipswich, 21st April


Results


The London Marathon and Mini Marathon, 22 April

Congratulations to Neil Gillingham, Leanne Thorndyke and Daniel Jones for completing this year's London Marathon.

8303 Neil Gillingham 3:50:54
20718 Leanne Thorndyke 4:38:14
27522 Daniel Jones 5:18:31

Mini Marathon (representing East Region)
Under 17 Girls
168 Susannah Reid 19:44

Under 13 Boys
46th Alex Baxter 18:19


Sudbury Fun Run (5 miles) - 6th April

114th Emma Burroughs 38:22 (11th female, 3rd U20 female)


Roger Wing Memorial 10k - 6th April

33rd Neil Gillingham 40:19pb


Stowmarket Half Marathon - 25th March

76th Neil Gillingham 95:24


BMAF 2012 Indoor Track & Field and Winter Throws Championships - 17th/18th March

Congratulations to Malcolm Fenton who won two National titles in the M55 category at the British Masters Indoor Championships while representing EVAC.

Weight M55
1 Malcolm Fenton EVAC 17.82
Hammer M55
1 Malcolm Fenton EVAC 50.31


National Junior League - The Saxons

Ipswich Harriers are once again joining up with Chelmsford AC to form the 'Saxons' that compete in the Premier division of the National Junior league.
The competition is for U20 and U17 age groups and is the highest league standard available for those eligible athletes. As a result ... more


Great Bentley Half Marathon - 18th March

46th Neil Gillingham 87:46 pb
249th Daniel Jones 01:54:24 sb


Blackpool Marathon, 11th March by Neil Gillingham

Kirsty Thorndyke took the long trip to take part in the Blackpool marathon. The race took part wit great running conditions, cool, cloudy and no wind. This was Kirsty's 2nd full marathon after completing last years London Marathon in just over 4h30m. Kirsty ran a good race and smashed her pb by around 40 mins to finish 20th women and 201st overall out of 63 females and 425 total finishers.

20th Kirsty Thorndyke 3:53:26 pb


Cambridge Half Marathon, 11th March by Neil Gillingham

Three thousand runners pounded the streets of Cambridge for the city's first half marathon in 17 years. They started from Victoria Avenue bright and early yesterday morning for the 13.1 mile route, which took in some of the city's most beautiful sights, including The Backs and King's College.

This race saw one Harrier make the journey to Cambridge and they were rewarded with a new pb and their first sub 90 minute clocking. Running on a hot March morning, Neil Gillingham finished in 127th position, recording a new pb by nearly 2 minutes. This race saw a total of 2375 runners complete the course.

127th Neil Gillingham 89:23 pb


Results and photos from the SWL race on 4th March

Senior race results, team standings.
Junior race results, team standings.

Photos from the Suffolk Winter League race held in Stowmarket can be found in the photo gallery.

This was the last race of the current Suffolk Winter League series and thanks and congratulations go to all of you who participated during the season. In particular, our congratulations must go to the following athletes, all of whom came in the top 3 of their respective age groups:

U20 Female Junior: 1st Lucy Barnes
U20 Female Junior: 2nd Emma Burroughs
U20 Male Junior: 1st Ross Fawcett
Male Senior: 2nd Simon Gardiner
Girls U13: 1st Chloe Godbold
Girls U13: 3rd Rachael Collett
Girls U17: 3rd Emily Robinson
Boys U13: 1st Henry Milldown
Boys U13: 3rd Chris Jones
Boys U15: 3rd Theo Passmore
Boys U17: 3rd Connor Whiting


Track and Field Fixtures 2012 - Online Calendar by Kevin Peirce

As with the cross country fixtures, I'm popping the track events into a shared Google Calendar so that those who are interested can simply add the calendar to their smartphone / desktop calendars. There's quite a few more events than the 2011/12 cross country fixtures so it's taking me a little longer - currently I've done April and May, so give it a few more days before the whole lot's done.

In the meantime you can get the calendar here

(I do this for my own use for coaching/planning purposes but I share it as it's potentially handy to others too - if you do make use of the calendar, it's be great if you could let me know just for curiosity's sake.)


Tarpley 20m, 26th February

42nd Neil Gillingham 2:30:04


National Cross Country Championships, 25th February

Results


Results, photos and video from the SWL race on 19th February

Senior race results, team standings.
Junior race results, team standings.

Photos from the Suffolk Winter League race held in Bungay on Sunday can be found in the photo gallery. Thanks to Andrew Pattle for sending them in and for another splendid recording of the race.


Anglian Schools, 4th February - report and pics by Graeme Crissell

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This year, the Anglian School regional Cross country Regional final was held in Suffolk at the Royal Hospital School in Holbrook. The Suffolk teams were up against teams from schools in the counties of Lincolnshire, Cambridgeshire, Norfolk and Northampton. It was a tough competition but a terrific performance from Suffolk schools meant that they . . . read more.


South of England Cross Country Championships, 28th January by Neil Gillingham

Harriers' results.


Results, photos and video from the SWL race on 22nd January

Senior race results, team standings.
Junior race results, team standings.

Photos from the Suffolk Winter League race held in Bury St Edmunds on Sunday can be found in the photo gallery. Thanks to Andrew Pattle and Graeme Crissell for sending them in and thanks also to Andrew for another splendid recording of the race.


Kieran Clements in Spain for England

Kieran Clements represented England at the Juan Muguerza Cross in Elgoibar, Spain on Sunday and finished in a creditable 7th place.


Great Edinburgh International Cross Country, 7th January

Congratulations to Kieran Clements on his second place finish in the junior men's race at the International Cross Country race in Edinburgh on Saturday. Short video and an extract from a report on the day's races on the UKA website:-



Kieran Clements set a high standard for the Aviva GB & NI team with a second place finish in the junior men's 6km event, the opening race of the day.

Clements - ninth in the European (junior) Cross Country Championships and recent winner of Belgium's Lotto Cross Cup - forced his way through to the front at the half-way point of the first lap, but was soon caught by Kirubel Erassa of the USA, the eventual winner in 19:56, who moved into the lead.

Looking for points from the top four finishers it was close to call at the front with three USA and three Brits in the lead pack.

Mark Shaw (Steve Shaw) was the lead Brit after the opening two laps and at one point looked a major contender for the title, but he was working hard in isolation and into a tough wind.He was followed by Clements three metres behind, with the all-important third and fourth team places taken by Gordon Benson (Phillip Townsend) and Charlie Grice (Jon Bigg) in the top ten.
Clements and Shaw - now working together in a bid to pull in Erassa - couldn't overturn his lead but powered off the downhill to the last 400m to finish in second (19:57) and third (19:59) respectively.

"I didn't come into it in the best shape, but I think I could have had him (Kirubel Erassa of USA) if there was another 100m, but I'm happy with second," said runner-up Clements. "Shaw (Mark Shaw) and I didn't plan to work together but we did and it worked well during the race. It was good to have someone to run with. The course is surprisingly fast. I thought it would be muddy, hilly and really slow, but it went out really fast. I surprised me how fast it was, I was expecting a slow, boggy, Belgium-esque kind of running but it was quick." (UKA, 2012)

Junior Men
2 Kieran Clements 19:55


Suffolk Cross Country Champs @ Ickworth, 8th January - report and photos by Graeme Crissell plus results

Ipswich Harriers had a great day in the U13 and U15 Suffolk cross country championships at Ickworth park today. Rachel Collett and Chloe Godbold were the first runners in the U13 girls and competed very well with Godbold finishing despite being ill. The U13 boys, Louis Breyer, Chris Jones, Harry Archer and Daniel Robinson won the U13 team section which was followed up by the U15 girls team of Charlotte Wickens, Olivia Mair and Alice Goodwin winning their team cup with Wickens also gaining a merited second place. Finally the U15 boys team of Theo Passmore, Richard Ling, Josh Sugars and Antonio Carpaso gained 2nd place behind the strong West Suffolk squad.

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Lotto Cross Cup @ Brussels, 18th December

U17 women
20 Suzie Reid 10:34

U17 men
28 Ross Tennant 15:22
33 Tobias Rankin

U20 men
1 Kieran Clements 15:22
38 Patrick Gravett-Curl


Club places allocated for London Marathon 2012

Congratulations go to Daniel Jones, Graham Pattle and Neil Gillingham who have been awarded our club places for the 2012 running of the London Marathon. Athletes who may wish to be considered for the 2013 event should be aware of the updated club selection policy that will come into effect next year.


European Cross Country Championships in Slovenia, 11th December

Well done to Kieran Clements for finishing in a fine 9th place in the junior men's race European Cross Country Championships in Slovenia and for helping his team win gold. Footage of Kieran receiving his medal (and some flowers!) below.


Suffolk Winter League @ Woodbridge, 4th December - results plus photos and video by Andrew Pattle

Senior race results, team standings.
Junior race results, team standings.
photo gallery


Suffolk Winter League @ Framlingham, 30th October - results plus photos and video by Andrew Pattle

Senior results
Junior results
U11s fun run results
photo gallery


EAA Cross Country Championships @ RHS, 27 November by Graeme Crissell

These championships were held at a very windy Royal Hospital School course and attracted the best young runners from across the region for what proved to be a tough race. The quality of the opposition was very high, much higher than they would normally experience, and it was to the credit of those that attended that they were prepared to compete at this level. All of them gained valuable experience which would not be possible in the Suffolk Winter league. All of them raised their profile and all the U13s were selected for Suffolk in the inter counties at Croydon later this year.

Chloe Godbold was the only U13 female Harrier to run and came 11th in a time of 13:13. The best performance of the day was Henry Milldown getting 2nd (10:54) in the U13 boys race and with help from Chris Jones (6th) and Josh Richards they achieved 2nd place in the team event as well.

Olivia Mair and Gabby Hartfield were the U15 girls representatives up against Gemma Holloway the premier U15 cross country runner in this area and did very well in finishing in 17:06 and 18:59 respectively. Richard Ling produced a storming finish to get 6th place (14:55) in the U15 boys with George Williams managing 15:57 in his first championship meeting.

Finally Ross Tenant did very well finishing 2nd in the U17 race in a time of 19:29 with his clubmate Tobias Rankin in 14th with 21;01.


Cross Challenge @ Liverpool, 26th November

Under 20 Women
48 Charlotte Christensen 17:58

Under 20 Men
4 Kieran Clements 20:44

Senior Men
53 Andrew Rooke 31:24
114 Chris Rooke 33:18


Hadleigh 10 and fun run, 20th November by Neil Gillingham

Ross Fawcett continued his impressive recent road running form after taking wins at the Saxons 5 mile race and the Great East 10k he added to to his race victories with a win at the Hadleigh 10 mile race. Racing a distance he had never even ran before in training, Ross ran a sensible and well paced race to storm to victory in a time of 58:52. Following Ross around was Neil Gillingham who was aiming to break 70 minutes for the first time the distance. Neil ran a well calculated race and recorded a negative spilt for the race and finished in 48th position in a new pb of 68:41. An impressive 268 athletes completed the hilly course.

The full 10 mile race was supported by a junior fun run and Harriers had a five athletes taking part in this race too. Chris Jones ran well to finish in 6th position, followed home by Angus Harrington in 7th position. Chloe Godbold was the next Harrier home in 12th position closely followed home by Lauren Ramsey in 13th position. The final Harrier home was Carly Goode in 19th position. A total of 69 junior athletes completed the course.

Hadleigh 10 Results

1st Ross Fawcett 58m52s
48th Neil Gillingham 68m41s

Hadleigh Fun Run Results

6th Chris Jones 07m40s
7th Angus Harrington 07m50s
12th Chloe Godbold 08m14s
13th Lauren Ramsey 08m15s
19th Carly Goode 09m04s


Cross Challenge @ Bristol, 13th November

Congratulations to Kieran Clements for his win in the junior race at the first cross challenge race of the season at Bristol. The following is an extract from a report on the day's races on the UKA website:-

In the junior men's race it was Kieran Clements who was dominant at the front, with Liam Brady of Ireland chasing hard.

Finishing in a time of 23.31, Clements, who went off hard and didn't look back, was the impressive winner followed by Brady (24.16) and Alex Hill in third place in 24.24.

"I'm pleased with my performance today, I expected a bit more of a challenge but it was good to get out there and slog it out by myself and get some good preparation for Liverpool," said Clements.

"Liverpool is the big target and if I get into the team for the Europeans that would be pretty much good enough for me this year. If I get there I would push for a top 15 place, so I will just see what I can do.

"It was a tough course, I kicked a lap too early not realising I had another lap to go, so it was quite tough." (UKA, 2011)

Under 20 Men
1 Kieran Clements 23:31


Scenic Seven (Stowmarket), 13th November

11th 44m12s Glynn Thomas
41st 48m07s Neil Gillingham


Road races and multi events - 2012

Neil Gillingham has kindly put together a comprehensive list of road races and multi events in 2012 that may be of interest to club members.


English Cross Country Relays @ Mansfield, 5th November

U15 Girls
64th 26:20.00 (9:16.70 E Tennant, 8:44.95 A Goodwin, 8:18.35 C Wickens)

U17 Men
23rd 30:00.80 (10:16.75 T Rankin, 9:54.55 R Tennant, 9:49.50 A Revell)

Junior Men
12th 28:19.25 (9:43.10 J Powley, 8:46.65 K Clements (Fastest Leg), 9:49.50 P Gravett-Curl)

Senior Men
16:32.40 (29) A Rooke (incomplete team)

full results


Great East Run 20k & 10k (Bungay), 6th November

20k
52nd 1h29m18s Neil Gillingham
153rd 1h43m58s Logan Mair

10k
1st 36m00s Ross Fawcett


September newsletter by Maria Thompson

Newsletter

Kieran Clements selected for GB & NI European Cross team

Congratulations go to Kieran Clements for his selection to compete at the European Cross Country Championships in Velenje, Slovenia on Sunday 11 December as a member of the junior GB & NI team. This follows Kieran's fourth place finish at the trials at Liverpool last weekend.


The East Coast 10K, 23 October

1 Kieran Clements 31:41.4


Saxons 5 Mile Race and Wix 5 Mile Race Results

Saxons 5 Mile Race - 16th October

1st Ross Fawcett 29m00s
21st Neil Gillingham 34m16s

Wix 5 Mile Race - 16th October

2nd James Powley 26m51s


Perkins Great Eastern Run (Peterborough Half Marathon), 9th October

309th Neil Gillingham 91:37


Ipswich Harriers AGM minutes 2010 and Chair reports 2011


IH AGM Minutes 2010
IH Chairperson and Secretary reports 2011
IHSA AGM Minutes 2010
IHSA Chairman's Report 2011


Google Calendar with SWL dates by Kevin Peirce

For those who have smart phones and/or use things like MS Outlook, or Windows Live I've created a Google Calendar with all the Suffolk Winter League fixtures on. (It's in ICAL format so should work with most things out there!)

You should be able to incorporate the calendar link above to your app of choice.

No more excuses missing a fixture again! :o)

Have fun!


Martlesham Heath 10k, 2nd October by Neil Gillingham

On a slightly warm Sunday in October!

1st 32m28s Kieran Clements
3rd 34m53s James Powley
9th 35m49s Patrick Gravett-Curl
13th 37m01s Andrew Revell
60th 44m25s Lucy Barnes (3rd Women)
84th 47m11s Neil Gillingham
130th 53m10s Emma Burroughs

1st Male Team Ipswich Harriers (Clements, Powley and Gravett-Curl)


ITU Duathlon World Championships at Gijon, 25 September by Neil Gillingham

Ipswich Harriers had two athletes competing for Great Britain at the annual ITU Duathlon World Championships this year held in Gijon, Spain. These athletes were . . . full report


Ipswich Half Marathon, 25th September by Neil Gillingham

On a warm sunny Sunday morning the 3rd edition of the relaunched Ipswich Half Marathon took place. The course itself is a challenging course. The race starts near Northgate before heading into town via Christchurch Park running along the main shopping street in Ipswich, which all is a very fast part of the race as there are many downhill sections in this part. Then it becomes tough, heading out of town it heads up High Street which is nice and hilly and then back along the Bridleway in Christchurch Park which is hilly. After this the race heads towards Dale Hall Lane and then out of Ipswich. The race then has two more steep hills before returning to Ipswich near Humber Doucy Lane and then back to Northgate for one lap of the track and then finish.

Ipswich Harriers had three athletes taking part this year. Chris Rooke who finished second last year returned to have another at taking the title. Chris battled hard to finish second again in a good time of 76:13. Following Chris home was Neil Gillingham in a time of 98:16 in 101st position completing his seventh half marathon of the year. Kirsty Thorndyke was the third Harrier to take part and the only Harrier female to take part ran a new personal best of 1:51:53 in 334th position in her third half marathon of the year. A total of 857 runners completed the course.

2nd 76:13 Chris Rooke
101st 98:16 Neil Gillingham
334th 1:51:53 Kirsty Thorndyke


Bupa Great North Run, 18th September

2833rd Daniel Jones 1h40m20s


Robin Hood Marathon, 11th September by Neil Gillingham

Neil completed the Robin Hood Marathon in Nottingham in a time of 3 hours 41 mins and 31 secs in 262nd place. The following is Neil's review of the event:-

The Robin Hood Marathon is my third marathon within a year and a half and with previous times of 4h42m and 3h56m, I was hoping to run around the 4 hour mark as I had been training lightly for this marathon for the furthest run pre rsce being only 10 miles.

The marathon runs alongside the half marathon and for the first 12.5 miles follow the same scenic route.

Starting and finishing alongside the river Trent at Victoria Embankment, you will run past many of Nottingham's historical and well known landmarks including Robin Hood himself just outside Nottingham Castle, Wollaton Deer Park and Wollaton Hall. As you pass through Nottingham University you will view the magnificent Trent Building as you run around the lake before returning past the Experian building and onto the tree lined Victoria Embankment to start the second half of the race. The first half of the race is hilly.

At approximately 12.5 miles the full marathon runners split off from the half marathon runners and run along the promenade path by the Trent and under Trent Bridge before passing over Lady Bay Bridge, leaving the city and into Nottinghamshire. The route then takes in the National Water Sports Centre and Holme Pierrepont Hall before returning along the Trent cycle path to County Hall and passes over the old toll bridge and onto the tree lined Victoria Embankment to the finish. The race after 10.5 miles is almost entirely flat.

The weather on race day was good for running until in the marathon you turned for home at the National Water Sports Centre as there was a strong headwind for 5 of the final 6 miles which was testing for the best and the most experienced of the athletes.

This time was a 15 minute improvement of my Virgin London Marathon performance this year and a whole hour of my 2010 Virgin London Marathon performance. Things are looking encouraging for a potential sub 3h30m clocking at my next marathon dependant on training, the course and weather conditions.


EYAL plate final at Ipswich, 11th September report and photos by Graeme Crissell

Ipswich Harriers pulled off a terrific victory in the Eastern Young Athletes Plate Final held at Northgate. It was a satisfying end to a terrific season for the youngsters in which . . . full report and photos


SWL at Basildon, 3rd September report and photos by Graeme Crissell

For the final Southern Womens league meeting of the season Harriers travelled to Basildon for what was their chance to . . . full report and photos


Framlingham 10k, 4th September by Neil Gillingham


1st 32m32s Elliot Palmer
2nd 33m13s Kieran Clements
5th 36m20s Andrew Revell
6th 36m24s Patrick Gravett-Curl
18th 39m18s Glynn Thomas
27th 41m55s Neil Gillingham
66th 44m37s Daniel Jones
137th 49m37s Kirsty Thorndyke
144th 49m48s Emma Burroughs

1st Male Team Ipswich Harriers (Palmer, Clements and Revell)


Colchester Open meeting, 29th August

Results


Running Research

Pamela Andrews is conducting research into "The Relationship Mental Toughness has with Coping with Injury and Rehabilitation Adherence in Runners" for an MSc in Advanced Sports Therapy and Rehabilitation Science. Pamela is looking for runners over 18 years old and any experience level, distance/terrain etc. the runner needs to have sustained an injury, which led them to miss training or competition for at least 3 days. There is a survey for anyone interested in participating.


East Anglian League at Colchester, 21st August report and photos by Graeme Crissell

Harriers travelled to Colchester for the final East Anglian League meeting and for the second week running we put in some terrific performances to qualify for . . . full report and photos


Eastern Young Athletes League at Thurrock, 14th August report and photos by Graeme Crissell

Ipswich Harriers travelled to Thurrock for the final leg of the Eastern Young Athletes league hoping to qualify for the plate final being held at Northgate on 5th September. In the end they . . . full report and photos


U13 Intercounties at Kingston, 31st July by Mandy Godbold

Eleven athletes from Ipswich Harriers made the long trip to Kinston to represent Suffolk in the Under 13 inter-county event. Everyone rose to the challenge and put in . . . full report


Southern Men's League League at Parliament Hills, 30th July

results


National Junior League at Bromley, 24th July report and photos by Graeme Crissell

The final round of the National Junior League took place at Norman Park, Bromley for the Suffolk and Essex Saxons. There was still a possibility that . . . full report and photos


Eastern Young Athletes League at Cambridge, 24th July

results


NJAC meeting at Ipswich, 15th July

results


Suffolk Youth Games at Bury St Edmunds, 10th July

results


Brantham Friday 5, 22nd July

31st 32:43 Neil Gillingham
58th 34:29 Lucy Barnes (4th female)
90th 37:49 Emma Burroughs (13th female)


Harwich 5k Series Race Four, 21st July

12th 18:49 Neil Gillingham


Ekiden Relays at Ipswich, 17th July

Congratulations to the victorious Harriers team of Andrew Revell, Bradley Wattlesworth, Chris Rooke, James Powley, Elliot Parmer and Kieran Clements at Sunday's Ekiden Relays. They completed the relay in 2:21:59.

7.2k - Andrew Revell 0:25:31
5k - Bradley Wattlesworth 0:17:25
10k - Chris Rooke 0:33:02
5k - James Powley 0:16:59
10k - Elliot Parmer 0:33:21
5k - Kieran Clements 0:15:42


East Anglian League at Bury St Edmunds, 17th July report and photos by Graeme Crissell plus results

The third round of the East Anglian League took place at the West Suffolk Stadium at Bury. Harriers took strong teams in most age sections, and for the first time . . . full report and photos

Full results
non scorers


National Junior League at Basildon, 10th July report and photos by Graeme Crissell

The third round of the National Junior League for the Suffolk and Essex Saxons took place at the revamped Gloucester Park stadium at Basildon. The opposition in this league gets . . . full report and photos


Friday 5 Series Results

We had two Harriers, Emma Burroughs and Neil Gillingham, compete in the full series of Friday 5 races with Emma finishing third overall in the junior women's category and Neil 20th in the senior men's.


Southern Women's League at Mile End, 9th July report and photos by Graeme Crissell

Ipswich Harriers traveled to Mile End, the home of Victoria Park AC for the 3rd round of the Senior Womens premier division. Their opponents in this match were . . . full report and photos


Great Bentley Friday 5, 8th July


79th 32m24s Neil Gillingham
173rd 35m04s Daniel Jones
212th 36m22s Emma Burroughs
271st 38m21s Kirsty Thorndyke


Newmarket 10k, 3rd July


44th 43m58s Neil Gillingham


Harwich 5k Series Race 3, 30th June


24th 19m37s Neil Gillingham


Bury Friday 5, 24th June

148th Daniel Jones 35m37s
211th Emma Burroughs 37m40s
224th Kirsty Thorndyke 38m09s


East Anglian League at Kings Lynn, 19th June report and photos by Graeme Crissell plus results

The second round of the East Anglian League took place at the Lynnsport complex in Kings Lynn. The senior mens team was boosted by . . . full report and photos

Full results


Eastern Young Athletes League at Watford, 12th June - report and photos by Graeme Crissell

The second round of the Eastern Young athletes league took place at a very wet Woodside Stadium in Watford on 12th June. The performance shown by the Harriers was . . . full report and photos


BMC Meeting @ Watford, 11th June

1500m
3:51.98 Elliot Palmer U23
3:55.12 Kieran Clements U20


SML @ Eton, 4th June - results

Southern Men's League


Kirton Friday 5, 3rd June by Neil Gillingham

Friday evening saw the second of the Friday 5 series take place on a warm evening in Kirton. The warm weather saw an impressive 473 finishers in the race. Harriers had 5 athletes taking part in the senior 5 mile race.

James Powley had great success in this race in recent years and followed last years good 3rd place with a victory this year crossing the line 21 seconds ahead of his nearest rival. Andrew Revell stepping up to 5 mile distance recorded a impressive position of 15th. Neil Gillingham taking part in his second race of the series ran positively to record a new personal best and a 61st place finish.

Lucy Barnes making her debut over the 5 mile distance finished 119th overall but scored a victory in the girls 15 - 17 age group recording a time of 34m04s. Emma Burroughs taking part in her second race of the series finished in 312th position.

1st 26m39s James Powley
15th 28m36s Andrew Revell
61st 31m58s Neil Gillingham
119th 34m04s Lucy Barnes (1st girl 15 - 17)
312th 39m59s Emma Burroughs

The Friday 5 series continues with
10 June Stowmarket Friday 5 (Haughley Park)
24 June Bury Friday 5 (Nowton Park)
08 July Great Bentley Friday 5 (Great Bentley Village Hall)


Bupa London 10000, 30th May by Neil Gillingham

The Bupa 10000 takes place around the streets of London and is entirely held upon closed roads with good crowd support.

The Bupa London 10,000 starts and finishes in St. James's Park and uses Green Park as its assembly area.

The race starts on Birdcage Walk and follows an anti-clockwise route around the City of Westminster and the City of London via Parliament Square, Embankment, Blackfriars Bridge, Queen Victoria Street, Cannon Street, Great Tower Street, Crutched Friars, Fenchurch Street, Leadenhall Market, Cornhill, Queen Victoria Street, Puddle Dock, Embankment, Horseguards Avenue, Whitehall and via Trafalgar Square to the Finish in The Mall.

Runners pass many of London's famous sights, including Westminster Abbey, Houses of Parliament, Big Ben, The London Eye, Cleopatra's Needle, Tate Gallery, Millennium Bridge, The Monument, Lloyds of London, Leadenhall Market, Bank of England, Mansion House, St. Paul's Cathedral, Horseguards, Nelson's Column and Admiralty Arch. Buckingham Palace acts as the backdrop to the start and finish.

The course likely to be used for the 2012 Olympic Marathons.

This is a great race for runners wanting to experience running in London but do not feel ready to undertake the London Marathon.

This year 9805 athletes completed the course.

577th 41m45s Neil Gillingham


National Junior League at Chelmsford, 30th May - report and photos by Graeme Crissell plus results

The Essex and Suffolk Saxons competed in the second round of the National Junior Athletics Premier League which took place at our 'home' venue Chelmsford. A strong Ipswich presence helped the Saxons achieve . . . full report and photos

Full results available at NJL website


BMC Meeting @ Manchester, 28th May

5000m
14:40.05 Elliot Palmer U23
14:49.40 Kieran Clements U20 (PB)


New Profiles Gym at Northgate Sports Centre

6-weeks FREE membership offer


SML @ Eton, 4th June - results

Southern Men's League


Kirton Friday 5, 3rd June by Neil Gillingham

Friday evening saw the second of the Friday 5 series take place on a warm evening in Kirton. The warm weather saw an impressive 473 finishers in the race. Harriers had 5 athletes taking part in the senior 5 mile race.

James Powley had great success in this race in recent years and followed last years good 3rd place with a victory this year crossing the line 21 seconds ahead of his nearest rival. Andrew Revell stepping up to 5 mile distance recorded a impressive position of 15th. Neil Gillingham taking part in his second race of the series ran positively to record a new personal best and a 61st place finish.

Lucy Barnes making her debut over the 5 mile distance finished 119th overall but scored a victory in the girls 15 - 17 age group recording a time of 34m04s. Emma Burroughs taking part in her second race of the series finished in 312th position.

1st 26m39s James Powley
15th 28m36s Andrew Revell
61st 31m58s Neil Gillingham
119th 34m04s Lucy Barnes (1st girl 15 - 17)
312th 39m59s Emma Burroughs

The Friday 5 series continues with
10 June Stowmarket Friday 5 (Haughley Park)
24 June Bury Friday 5 (Nowton Park)
08 July Great Bentley Friday 5 (Great Bentley Village Hall)


Bupa London 10000, 30th May by Neil Gillingham

The Bupa 10000 takes place around the streets of London and is entirely held upon closed roads with good crowd support.

The Bupa London 10,000 starts and finishes in St. James's Park and uses Green Park as its assembly area.

The race starts on Birdcage Walk and follows an anti-clockwise route around the City of Westminster and the City of London via Parliament Square, Embankment, Blackfriars Bridge, Queen Victoria Street, Cannon Street, Great Tower Street, Crutched Friars, Fenchurch Street, Leadenhall Market, Cornhill, Queen Victoria Street, Puddle Dock, Embankment, Horseguards Avenue, Whitehall and via Trafalgar Square to the Finish in The Mall.

Runners pass many of London's famous sights, including Westminster Abbey, Houses of Parliament, Big Ben, The London Eye, Cleopatra's Needle, Tate Gallery, Millennium Bridge, The Monument, Lloyds of London, Leadenhall Market, Bank of England, Mansion House, St. Paul's Cathedral, Horseguards, Nelson's Column and Admiralty Arch. Buckingham Palace acts as the backdrop to the start and finish.

The course likely to be used for the 2012 Olympic Marathons.

This is a great race for runners wanting to experience running in London but do not feel ready to undertake the London Marathon.

This year 9805 athletes completed the course.

577th 41m45s Neil Gillingham


National Junior League at Chelmsford, 30th May - report and photos by Graeme Crissell plus results

The Essex and Suffolk Saxons competed in the second round of the National Junior Athletics Premier League which took place at our 'home' venue Chelmsford. A strong Ipswich presence helped the Saxons achieve . . . full report and photos

Full results available at NJL website


BMC Meeting @ Manchester, 28th May

5000m
14:40.05 Elliot Palmer U23
14:49.40 Kieran Clements U20 (PB)


SML and SWL @ Ipswich, 21st May - results

Southern Men's League
Southern Women's League


Ipswich Friday 5 (St Joe's College), 20th May


56th 32m41s Neil Gillingham
184th 38m36s Emma Burroughs
Both Neil and Emma acheived personal bests


Harwich 5k Series Race One, 19th May

16th 18m56s Neil Gillingham
Neil achieved a personal best


BMC Meeting @ Watford, 18th May

1500m
3:50.61 Elliot Palmer U23 (PB)
3:54.98 Kieran Clements U20 (PB)


Woodbridge 10k, 15th May - Results + Photos

10k (592 Finishers)

25th 39m17s Danny Jackson
39th 40m53s Neil Gillingham (pb)
photos

Junior One Mile Fun Run (156 Finishers)

1st 05m23s Theo Passmore
3rd 05m40s Lauren Ramsey


Southern Men's League at Bexley, 7th May

Full results


East Anglian League at Ipswich, 8th May - report and photos by Graeme Crissell plus results

Ipswich Harriers began the first leg of the East Anglian League at a sunny Northgate stadium with a comfortable win over some good opposition. There was a . . . full report and photos

Full results


Watford Open Graded Meeting, 4th May

3000m
Kieran Clements U20M 08:27.01
James Powley U20M 09:08.03


BMC Meeting @ Millfield, 2nd May

3000m
8:21.42 Elliot Palmer U23 (PB)
8:39.65 Kieran Clements U20
9:51.42 Bradley Wattleworth U17


National Junior League at Eton, 1st May - report and photos by Graeme Crissell plus results

After last years successful Southern Promotional final in the National Junior Athletic League, the first event of the 2011 season took place at Eton, the home of Thames Valley Harriers. As usual . . . full report and photos

Full results available at NJL website


Southern Women's fixture at High Wycombe, 30th April - report and photos by Graeme Crissell plus results

After a long winter, Ipswich Harriers season got under way with the Senior Women's team traveling to Handy Cross, High Wycombe for the opening round of the Southern Women's premier division. Their opponents in this match were . . . full report and photos

women's results
girl's results and match scores


Breckland 10k, 2nd May by Neil Gillingham

Bank holiday Monday 2nd May saw three Harriers make the trip up to Croxton near Thetford to take part in the Breckland 10k. On a rather warm and windy day the three Harriers performed well. Neil Gillingham ran a new 10k pb only 2 weeks after the London Marathon. Lucy Barnes making her debut over the 10k distance finished a fantastic 15th women overall despite still being an under 17 women and Tonya Antonis made a welcome return after a recent injury lay off.

75th 41m46s (pb) Neil Gillingham
108th 43m56s (pb) Lucy Barnes
115th 44m25s Tonya Antonis


April trials nights at Ipswich - results

April 19th
April 21st


London Marathon and Mini Marathon, 17th April, by Neil Gillingham

It was a rather warm day in London on Sunday so I think times were a little bit down on what people were capable of. However I was pleased to break 4 hours, Kirsty was only 4 minutes down on her target time of 4h30m (and can't wait to do another one) and Gary was just happy to finish!! The results are as follows:

17th April - Virgin London Marathon

3102nd 03h23m30s Glynn Thomas
8497th 03h56m50s Neil Gillingham (pb)
17395th 04h34m10s Kirsty Thorndyke (pb)
33012th 06h23m42s Gary Austin (pb)

I have attached some photos as well.

Also on Sunday was the mini marathon:
Under 17 Men
2nd (in age group) 14m30s Kieran Clements
Under 17 Women
45th (in age group) 18m39s Hannah Pettersson
Under 15 Boys
12th (in age group) 15m52s Bradley Wattleworth


National Junior League team by Graeme Crissell

Dear Ipswich Harrier,

As you may or may not know, Keith Moore and myself have volunteered to coordinate and organise the ipswich end of the saxons, the joint team with chelmsford we enter in the national junior league.

This is the highest level at which an ipswich team can compete in and is an important step up from the eastern young athletes which is why the club consider it to be the highest priority for their athletes to compete in.

We are not going to force anyone into competing but I believe the level of competition will benefit all athletes right through from a performance level to the experience to be gained from participating. If you are interested, please let me know either by email or contact me on clubnghts. Any interest will not be considered as an obligation on your part, we just want to find out who would like the experience.

The website is supplied below where you can get more information, but these are the important dates and venues for the matches:

Windsor slough and eton 1st may
chelmsford 29th may
basildon 10th july
blackheath and bromley 24th july

If you have any questions or concerns let me know and I will answer them. If you know of someone who does not have access to emails or has recently joined the club please pass the information on.

http://www.nationaljuniorathleticleague.co.uk/

a timetable will be sent out separately.

Thanks


Fixture list 2011

2011 track and field fixture list


Preston 10k, 5k & FR - 25 September 2011 - entry details


Joe Cox and Brooks Paddock Wood half marathons, 27th March

Neil Gillingham and Kirsty Thorndyke were both out last weekend putting the finishing touches to their London Marathon training with respective half marathon races.

Joe Cox half
67th 98m58s Neil Gillingham

Brooks Paddock Wood half
1004th 1h53m54s Kirsty Thorndyke


Brentwood Half Marathon, 20th March

Congratulations to Neil Gillingham who set a new half marathon personal best of 1:31:10 at the Brentwood Half Marathon on 20th March.

114 Neil Gillingham 91m10s
photos


City Of Norwich Half Marathon, 13th March

187 Neil Gillingham 93m20s


Adidas Silverstone Half Marathon, 6th March

There was a new season's best performance from Neil Gillingham at the Adidas Silverstone half marathon as he builds up for this year's London Marathon. The race took place on the race track at Silverstone and had an impressive 6358 finishers.

286 Neil Gillingham 92m45s


Suffolk Winter League review by Colleen Fuller

There were some very pleasing individual results this year (see below) as well as a spectacular last-minute effort from our Junior Boys Team who were the overall winners by one point - well done!

Particular congratulations to the following individual winners (this is the first year that I can remember us having the 1st and 2nd place overall senior mens winners!) but well done to everyone who contributed to some excellent team performances.

Male Senior: 1st Tom Tica, 2nd Simon Gardiner
Male Junior: 1st Ross Fawcett, 2nd Tim Byford
Female Junior: 1st Emma Burroughs
Junior Boys Team: 1st Place
Junior Girls Team: 2nd Place
Girls U17: 1st Lucy Barnes
Boys U13: 3rd Theo Passmore
Boys 17: 1st Andrew Revell

I haven't got confirmed details yet but, to the best of my knowledge, the Suffolk Winter League are having an informal presentation evening on Friday 11th March 2011 at Framlingham Sports Club (Framlingham cross country HQ), starting at 7.30pm. If any of you would like to attend, please let me know.


SWL Woodbridge, 27th February - results, photos and report

junior results
senior results
report by Graeme Crissell
photos by Graeme Crissell
junior photos by Andrew Pattle
senior photos by Andrew Pattle


SWL Bungay, 20th February - photos and results

junior results
senior results
junior photos by Andrew Pattle
senior photos by Andrew Pattle


English National Cross Country Championships, 19th February

Congratulations to Kieran Clements who won the U17 men's title at the English National Cross Country Championships at Alton Towers in Staffordshire. There were also good runs from Bradley Wattleworth (11th in U15 boys) and Elliot Palmer(13th in Junior Men). Harriers results:-
U15 boys
11 Bradley Wattleworth 17.48
85 Ross Tennant 18.53
U15 girls
78 Suzie Reid 17.04
U17 men
1 Kieran Clements 23.16
178 Andrew Revell 28.36
Junior men
13 Elliott Palmer 29.42
95 Ross Fawcett 32.49

Full results on ECCA website


Wymondham New Year's Day 10k

109 46:06 Neil Gillingham

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2010

Harriers awards night 2010

There are some photos from the event posted by Graeme Crissell


Groggy Doggy Boxing Day Cross Country

Congratulations to Andrew Revell who finished 2nd in the 2.5k race in a time of 14.09 at the races on Outney Common, Bungay.


Junior road and cross country racing review by Mandy Godbold

The young members of Ipswich Harriers have been out racing around the region during November with some fine performances. First meeting was the 2K run at Hadleigh full story


Road races and multi events - 2011

Neil Gillingham has kindly put together a comprehensive list of road races and multi events in 2011 that may be of interest to club members1.


Road race results for November

Hadleigh 10 - 21st November
48 01:10:26 Tonya Antonis
58 01:12:23 65 Neil Gillingham

Stowmarket Scenic 7 - 14th November
67 48:40 Neil Gillingham


Southern Mens' League 2011

The following dates for 2011 fixtures were announced at the Southern Men's League AGM 2010.
Saturday 7th May 2011
Saturday 21st May 2011
Saturday 4th June 2011
Saturday 9th July 2011
Saturday 30th July 2011
Saturday 13th August 2011


Road race results for October

Bupa Great South Run - 24th October
796 01:12:14 Neil Gillingham

Great Yarmouth 10k, 24th October
2 Elliot Palmer 31'41.30

Felixstowe half marathon, 10th October
19 01:28:19 Kevin Peirce
30 01:31:06 Glynn Thomas
56 01:37:16 Simon Gardiner
72 01:39:46 Neil Gillingham

Martlesham 10k, 3rd October
1 31:47 Kieran Clements
2 32:17 Chris Rooke
7 36:17 Ross Fawcett
15 37:44 Andrew Revell
23 39:00 Tim Byford
47 42:41 Jonathan Bailey
Martlesham fun run, 3rd October
5 11:51 Richard Ling
6 11:54 Katie Peake
8 12:08 Chloe Godbold
12 11:54 Olvia Mair
24 14:03 Lauren Grubb


Road and multi event results for September

Dedham 10k - 26th September
85 00:45:14 Logum Mair

Dedham Fun Run - 26th September
11 00:14:45 Chloe Godbold

Ransomes Europark 5k - 19th September
1 15:35.1 Kieran Clements
2 16:37.0 Jack Garvin

Ipswich Duathlon - 19th September
5 Ross Fawcett 1:18:32
6 Andrew Rooke 1:19:35

Bupa Great North Run - 19th September
2069 01:38:52 Neil Gillingham

Langham Fun Run - 12th September
16 9:35 Carly Goode


SWL at Framlingham, 31st October - results.

seniors
juniors
team results

Under 11s

nearthecoast.com photos


RAF v Cambridge University v Eastern A.A. XC Match 30th October

1 31:00 Chris Rooke (representing Eastern A.A)


Martlesham 10k and fun run, 3rd October

Congratulations to Kieran Clements for winning the Martlesham 10k last Sunday and also to Chris Rooke who finished 2nd and Ross Fawcett who made the top ten with his 7th place finish. There was also a fun run that had three juniors, Richard Ling (5th), Katie Peake (6th) and Chloe Godbold (8th), finish in the top ten. Harriers runners:-

10k
1 31:47 Kieran Clements
2 32:17 Chris Rooke
7 36:17 Ross Fawcett
15 37:44 Andrew Revell
23 39:00 Tim Byford
47 42:41 Jonathan Bailey
Fun run
5 11:51 Richard Ling
6 11:54 Katie Peake
8 12:08 Chloe Godbold
12 11:54 Olvia Mair
24 14:03 Lauren Grubb

Full results.


EAL final, BSE, 19th September

Congratulations to the U15 girls and senior men for their victories in the finals of the EAL for 2010. Full results


EYAL plate final Peterborough - 12th September

After a grueling season, the young athletes from Ipswich Harriers reached the Eastern Young Athletes plate final held at Peterborough Athletics Stadium.... read the rest of Graeme Crissell's report


Framlingham 10k, 5th September

Congratulations to Elliot Palmer for winning the Framlingham 10k on Sunday and also to Keiran Clements(2nd) and Jack Garvin(3rd) to give a clean sweep of the medals for the Harriers. Harriers runners:-

1 33:15 Elliot Palmer
2 33:33 Kieran Clements
3 35:24 Jack Garvin
9 37:29 Patrick Gravett-Curl
17 38:24 Andrew Revell
19 39:00 Glyn Thomas
20 39:06 Kevin Peirce
27 40:23 Jonny Palmer
102 47:34 Laura Thomas

See the Framlingham Flyers website for full results.


Ipswich half marathon - 29th August

Congratulations to Chris Rooke on his second place finish in a great time of 01:10:36. The race was won by Adrian Mussett in 01:09:15. Also running for Harriers were Simon Gardiner, 16th in 01:23:07, and Neil Gillingham, 186th in 1:43:06.


NJL Barnet - 29th August

The Southern Promotional final for the National Junior Athletic League took place at the Barnet Copthall stadium with the Saxons needing to finish in the top 2 to ensure another season of top class athletics.... read the rest of Graeme Crissell's report


EYAL Colchester - 22nd August

The final round of the Eastern Young Athletes League took place at the Garrison stadium in Colchester with Harriers having a great chance to reach the final at Stevenage... read the rest of Graeme Crissell's report



Results from EAL, Luton - 8th August league meeting


Results from SML, Luton - 31st July league meeting


Results from track and field league meetings

SML, Bexley - 10th July
EYAL, Thurrock - 27th June
SML, Harrow - 26th June
EAL, Gt Yarmouth - 20th June
SML, Linford Christie Stadium - 5th June
EAL, Cambridge - 16th May
SML, Ipswich - 15th May
SWL, Ipswich - 24th April


Northgate Junior Athletics Club meeting, 23rd July - results.


Ekiden marathon relay victory!

Congratulations to Andrew Rooke, Shaun Webb, Jack Garvin, Kieran Clements, Chris Rooke and Elliot Palmer for winning the Ekiden marathon relay at St Josephs on 18th July in an impressive time of 2 hrs 19 mins. We also had a second team competing and they finished a creditable 9th overall in 2 hrs 48 mins out of 84 teams that entered. Full results


EAL GT Yarmouth photos by Graeme Crissell

EAL GT Yarmouth match report by Graeme Crissell


SWL Hemel Hempstead photos by Graeme Crissell


EAL Cambridge photos

EYAL Lee Valley photos


Suffolk Winter League Results from Haughley Park - 7/2/10

seniors
juniors

Congratulations to the Girls Team who have once again won the League title - well done! Our Boys team also did very well but were beaten into joint 2nd place by only 6 points. Individual Junior honours have gone to:
U15G - 1st Susannah Reid
U17G - 1st Claire Caiger
U17G - 3rd Emma Burroughs
U15B - 1st Andrew Revell
U17B - 2nd Jonathan Bailey
Congratulations to all of the above individual winners, together with all the Juniors who contributed towards the team awards.


Suffolk Winter League Results from Bury St Edmunds - 24/1/10

seniors
juniors

Next SWL race is on Sunday 7th February 2010 at Haughley Park, Stowmarket .


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2009

Suffolk Winter League Results from Woodbridge - 6/12/09

seniors
juniors

Next SWL race is on Sunday 24th January 2010 at Nowton Park, Bury St Edmunds.


Stowmarket Scenic 7 - 8th November 2009

15 00:43:10 Thomas Glynn

Suffolk Winter League Results from Bungay - 15/11/09

seniors
juniors


Details of the second Suffolk Winter League cross country race at Bungay, on 15th Nov.


Suffolk Winter League Results from Framlingham - 1/11/09

seniors
juniors


Chairman's Report October 09.


Martlesham 10k

JONATHAN BAILEY 41,10
TONYA ANTONIS 41,12
ELIZABETH WELLBORN 47,51
KIRSTIN HAMILTON 49,12
KIRSTY THORNDYKE 49,32
LEANNE THORNDYKE 53,25


Felixstowe half marathon

9 01:25:14 Pierce Kevin
282 01:56:42 Gillingham Neil


Framlingham 10k

2 00:32:46 258 Kelvin Hardy
Fun Run
1 00:04:37 65 Andrew Revell
4 00:04:47 79 Claire Caiger


Ipswich Half Marathon

4 01:11:44 KELVIN HARDY
10 01:19:02 ANDREW ROOKE
373 01:57:21 KIRSTY THORNDYKE


EAL meeting, Kings Lynn. - 2/8/09 results


SML meeting, Ipswich - 1/8/09 results


NJAL meeting, Barking - 26/7/09 results


SWL meeting, Abingdon - 25/7/09 results


Ekiden Relays

1st Ipswich Harriers 2:23:48

full results


NJAC meeting, Ipswich - 17/7/09 results


EAL Ipswich 19/7/09 results


SML Luton 11/7/09 results


SML Ipswich 26/6/09 results


EAL 21/6/09 Kings Lynn

Full results
Non-Scoring


SML Kingston 6/6/09 results


SML Portsmouth 16/5/09 results


T&F Champs, Ipswich

Results


SML Sutcliffe Park 2/5/09 results


NJL Basildon - 26/4/09 results


EAL 26/4/09 Ipswich

u13g, u13b, u15g, u15b, u17m, sw, sm, points

The Senior Men High Jump B string results are missing from the results:-
1st - YY 1.60m I. Hogarth
2nd - II 1.30m N. Gillingham


EYAL 19/4/09 Braintree

Full results
Non-Scoring


Suffolk 2009 XC Champs photos

Inter-counties Cross Country 2009 Results (representing Suffolk)

U20 men
52 28:33 Elliot Palmer
148 32:29 Tim Byford

U13 boys
85 13:33 George Byrne-Hill
170 14:03 Ross Tennant

Senior Women
18 29:58 Ellie Sprake
45 31:06 Claire Holme

U15 boys
2 15:02 Kieron Clements
53 16:15 Jack Garvin
75 16:24 Rhys Hinton-Smith
130 16:48 Henry Alexander
200 17:15 Oliver Jones

U17 Women
15 19:33 Charlotte Christensen
226 24:10 Laura Thomas

U17 Men
65 22:04 John Bird
96 22:32 Andrew Constable
115 22:47 Jordan Ali
178 23:29 Jim Norris
214 23:57 Andrew Tanner

U15 girls
52 16:13 Mary Galbraith
66 16:23 Hannah Peterson
125 17:04 Sophie Nicklin

Senior Men
289 49:27 Daniel Palmer


British Masters Championships

Following two wins at last weekend’s British Masters Championships at Lea Valley, in the Hammer & Weight Throw, Malcolm Fenton took his total of Championship wins, at county level and higher, to 210.


Ipswich Harriers Fixture list 2009


National Cross Country 2009 Results

Under 13 Girls
28 13:30 Suzie Reid

Under 13 Boys
92 13:15 Ross Tennant
Under 15 Boys (3rd team)
8 15:45 Kieran Clements
26 16:24 Jack Garvin
65 17:00 Rhys Hinton-Smith
80 17:10 Henry Alexander
119 17:41Oliver Jones
144 17:58 Daniel Jackson
332 20:06 James Baker

Under 15 Girls
35 16:03 Mary Galbraith
56 16:35 Hannah Pettersson
107 17:14 Sophia Nicklin

Under 17 Men
42 21:52 John Bird
71 22:20 Andrew Constable
209 24:50 Andrew Tanner

U17 Women Results
11 20:44 Charlotte Christensen

Junior Men (12th team)
49 37:52 Elliot Palmer
131 42:02 Daniel Palmer
155 44:37 Tom Taylor
161 46:03 Jonny Palmer

Junior Women
5 18:57 Ellie Sprake


Suffolk Winter League final results from Colleen Fuller

Please find attached the final results from today's SWL race at Haughley Park - senior, junior. As most of you are already aware, our Juniors won both the Boys and Girls Team shields, together with a number of individual awards. In the Senior series, Ipswich Harriers' athletes won both the Under 20 Male and Female individual awards. The individual honours went to:
JUNIORS:
U13B - 1st Bradley Wattleworth
U15B - 1st Andrew Revell
U15B - 2nd George Byrne-Hill
U15G - 1st Susannah Reid
U15G - 2nd Claire Caiger
U17G - 2nd Emma Burroughs
U17G - 3rd Laura Revell
SENIORS:
U20M - 1st Nic Minns
U20F - 1st Alice Simpson
Our congratulations go to all of the above individual winners, together with all the Juniors who contributed towards the team awards. Well done to all of you for an excellent Suffolk Winter League season - you did yourselves (and Ipswich Harriers) proud!


SML DIVISION 1 FIXTURES 2009 – ADVANCE NOTICE

2nd May Sutcliffe Park (D) Kent AC
16th May Portsmouth (D) Portsmouth
6th June Kingston (S) Hercules Wimbledon
27th June Ipswich (J) Ipswich
11th July Luton (D) Luton
1st August Ipswich (D) Ipswich
J = Joint (with SWL) match, D = Double match, S = Single match


SEAA Cross Country Championships, Hillingdon House Farm - 24th January 2009

Under 13 Boys
49 13:05 Ross Tennant
189 7 14:55 Louis Seller

Under 13 Girls
15 13:28 Suzie Reid

Under 15 Girls (9th team)
25 15:58 Mary Galbraith
47 16:31 Sophia Nicklin
72 16:57 Jasmine Seller
105 17:28 Hannah Pettersson

Under 15 Boys Team (3rd team)
4 15:03 Kieron Clements
24 15:48 Jack Garvin
33 16:01 Rhys Hinton-Smith
69 16:28 Oliver Jones
71 16:29 Henry Alexander
134 17:25 James Baker

Under 17 Women
7 23:21 Charlotte Christensen

Under 17 Men (5th team)
2 20:29 Shaun Webb
28 22:19 John Bird
47 22:42 Jordan Ali
59 23:03 Andrew Constable
79 23:42 Andrew Tanner
103 24:17 Jim Norris

Under 20 Men
29 30:46 Elliot Palmer
83 35:43 Timothy Byford


Directions SWL Haughley Park, Stowmarket


Suffolk Winter League Fram Senior results
Suffolk Winter League Fram Junior results


Suffolk Cross Country Championships

results courtesy of Raceres - female, male

and photos at Digital Event Photography - index




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2008

Directions SWL Framlingham


Suffolk Winter League Sutton Senior results
Suffolk Winter League Sutton Junior results


UK Cross Challenge Liverpool photos and results


u15 boys
25 00:10:15 Jack Garvin
u15 girls
19 00:11:20 Mary Galbraith
30 00:11:41 Sophia Nicklin
31 00:11:43 Hannah Petterson
u17 & u20 women
40 00:16:18 13 Charlotte Christensen
u17 men
3 00:17:32 210 Shaun Webb
37 00:18:38 110 Jordan Ali
38 00:18:38 124 Andrew Constable


Suffolk Winter League Bungay photos


Suffolk Winter League Bungay Senior results
Suffolk Winter League Bungay Junior results


Directions SWL Woodbridge (Sutton Village Hall)


Stowmarket Striders Scenic Seven, 9th November

12th Jonny Palmer 43:10


Directions SWL Bungay (Ditchingham Village Hall)


Suffolk Winter League results and photos



Suffolk Winter League Fritton Senior results
Suffolk Winter League Fritton Junior results
Suffolk Winter League Bury Senior results
Suffolk Winter League Bury Junior results


National XC relays results and photos



U15 girls
5th 22:44.75 - 07:13.60 (5) M Galbraith, 07:52.90 (7) S Nicklin, 07:38.25 (5) H Petterson
U15 boys
16th 20:47.85 - 06:54.00 (29) R Hinton-Smith, 06:58.95 (18) O Jones, 06:54.90 (16) J Garvin
U17 women
09:16.80 09:16.80 (9) C Christensen
U17 men
10th 29:16.60 'A' - 10:16.50 (54) J Norris, 09:49.50 (19) J Bird, 09:10.60 (10) S Webb
25th 30:30.35 'B' - 09:57.90 (29) J Ali, 10:41.10 (37) A Tanner, 09:51.35 (25) A Constable
junior men
33rd 30:24.00 'A' - 0:09:43.55 (28) C Rooke, 09:26.95 (15) E Palmer, 11:13.50 (33) A Rooke
20:55.30 'B' - 10:38.70 (59) T Byford, 10:16.60 (45) D Palmer


Eastern Region squads from Nigel Bevan

Here are the invite lists for the east region.
26th oct 9.30-4 Lee valley
15th Nov 9.30-4 Lee valley
3rd jan 9.30-4 Lee valley
14th march 9.30-4 Lee valley
dates from www.englandathletics.org/east/regional-squads-page-under-construction


Felixstowe Half Marathon, 5th Oct

13 01:24:49 Kevin Peirce


SEAA road relays 28th-29th September
Senior men
41st 2:05:26 Andrew Rooke 19:37 Elliot Palmer 20:40 Kelvin Hardy 19:55 Chris Rooke 20:01 Tim Byford 22:30 Dan Palmer 22:43
U15 girls
11th 34:40 Mary Galbraith 10:47 Sophia Nicklin 11:49 Hannah Petterson 12:04
U17 women 3rd Charlotte Christensen 10:28
U15 boys
11th 41:42 Daniel Jackson 10:16 Oliver Jones 10:33 Rhys Hinton-smith 10:29 Jack Garvin 10:24
U17 men
6th 50:47 Jim Norris 12:52 Jordan Ali 13:13 Shaun Webb 12:03 John Bird 12:39


Katy is the Champion! by Wendy Sealy

It was a busy weekend following a busy season for Katy Sealy, winning Gold in the East and Suffolk U20 Heptathlon and Silver in the South of England Championships.
Just one week after finishing 10th at the English Schools Senior Girls Heptathlon in Birmingham, Katy has now added the Suffolk Heptathlon title to her individual titles in the High Jump, Long Jump, Javelin, Shot and 100m Hurdles, won earlier in the year.
At Bedford last weekend she increased her points score to 4180 narrowly missing her season target of 4200 points. That’s an improvement this year of 575 points. Katy started well with a PB in the hurdles in 16.72 seconds followed by an excellent PB with her first attempt clearance of 1m63 in the high jump. She narrowly missed improving that PB by just taking the bar off at 1m66. She then threw 9m02 in the shot putt and equalled her personal best in the 200m with a time of 28.15s. All these performances were an improvement on what she had achieved in Birmingham the previous week.
She started day 2 with another performance stronger than the previous week with a solid long jump of 5m09 just 1cm short of her season’s best. She finished the day with a throw of 35m88 in the javelin and a run of 2m44s in the 800m placing Katy second in the South of England U20 Championships and claiming gold for the East of England and Suffolk.
This points score of 4180 ranks Katy 18th in the UK for U20 womens heptathlon and 32nd of all women in the UK. Katy has high hopes of improving these rankings as she still has a year remaining as an U20 athlete and has set herself the target of reaching the national standard of 4600 points next year.
The 17 year old will now concentrate on her winter training and completing her A-levels at Farlingaye High School.


SUFFOLK WINTER LEAGUE FIXTURES 2008/09 from Colleen Fuller

26/10/08 Nowton Park, Bury St Edmunds
2/11/08 Fritton Lake
16/11/08 Ditchingham, Bungay
7/12/08 Sutton Village Hall, Woodbridge
18/1/09 Framlingham
1/2/09 Haughley Park, Stowmarket

Please note that the venue for Woodbridge has been changed from the rugby club, used for many years, to Sutton Village Hall in the village of Sutton on the B1083 (you fork right at the Bromeswell roundabout rather than left to the rugby club).


Dedham 10K - 21st Sep

81 47:05 Martin Buis Male Vet 55


Langham 10K - 14th Sep

65 48:18 Martin Buis Male Vet 50


Framlingham 10K and fun run - 7th Sep

10k
6 37:15 Glyn Thomas Male Vet 40
8 37:43 Kevin Peirce
11 38:27 Jonny Palmer
91 47:46 Laura Thomas
151 52:50 Laura Revell

fun run
1 04:49 Andrew Revell
4 05:04 Claire Caiger


Southern Women's League - the last battle!

After a hard fought battle on Saturday 30th August at Braintree, Ipswich Harriers won Division 2North. We started the day just 23 points behind the leaders, Victoria Park and Tower Hamlets. They did their best to keep their lead, but we were equally determined to catch up the deficit. Both clubs put athletes into every possible event, but on the day we managed to beat them by 444 points to 412 - a lead of 32 points. The atmosphere in the Harriers camp was wonderful, with everyone cheering on whoever was competing at the time. We had athletes giving their best in their specialist events, but also doing some very unusual ones. Every single point that was won contributed to the success of the club, so congratulations and thanks to everyone who has competed in this league during the season. See you in Division 1 next year!

Elizabeth Welbourn and Leanne Thorndyke

EAL at BSE 17th August results1
EAL at BSE 17th August results2
EAL at BSE 17th August results3
EAL at BSE 17th August non-scoring results


EYAL at BSE 3rd August results


SML at Ipswich 2nd August results
SML at Ipswich 2nd August points
SML at Ipswich 2nd August non-scoring results


SWL at Ipswich 28th June seniors results
SWL at Ipswich 28th June u15g results
SWL at Ipswich 28th June points
SWL at Ipswich 28th June non-scoring results

European Masters Champs, Slovenia by Malcolm Fenton

Malcolm Fenton, competing in the M50 Age Group, finished in 2nd place in the Weight Throw with a distance of 20.21m. This led for the first half of the competition, until the Greek World Record Holder, Vasilos Manganas, threw 20.30m and finally 20.90m on the last throw of the competition.
Fenton's throw was 11cm behind his UK Record and his best for 2 years.


Northgate Junior Athletics meeting results - 18th July


SML at Milton Keynes 12th July, results


EYAL at Ipswich 13th July, results
EYAL at Ipswich 13th July, non-scoring results


SML at Milton Keynes 12th July, results



British Masters Athletics Championships by Malcolm Fenton

Birmingham 5th - 6th July 2008
Competing at the British Masters Championships, in the M50 Age Group, Malcolm Fenton won two National Titles. Winning the Hammer by 13 metres with 56.44m and the Weight Throw with a new Championship Record of 19.32m.
This bring to four the number of National Titles won by him this year.
Competing in the M35 Age Group, Mark Leitch won the Shot Putt.


EAL at Gt Yarmouth results
EAL at Gt Yarmouth non-scoring results


Masters International selection by Malcolm Fenton

Ipswich Harriers members Malcolm Fenton and Mark Leitch have both been selected for the Masters International Match at Ashford Kent, on June 21st. Mark has been selected in the Shot Putt and Malcolm in the Hammer and Weight Throw.
This is a triangular match, between Great Britain, France and Belgium and is open to athletes over 35 year of age. Mark will be 40 in November, whilst Malcolm is likely to be the oldest athlete competing, at 52 years old.
Colchester’s Rob Earle, a friend of Ipswich Harriers for many years, has been selected in the Discus.


Bury Friday 5 - 6th June

26th Jonny Palmer 29:48


Southern Women's League 31st May by Elizabeth Welbourn

A lovely warm, dry, sunny day with very little wind made for a great day out for the U15 girls' and senior women's teams at Cambridge on Saturday 31st May. Of the 18 athletes who competed, several achieved PBs, and there were many excellent results. It would be hard to pick out any here for particular mention, so please look at the results on the SWL website (We are in division 2N) Many of the team members did events "for a point", some taking on events they had not tried before, and discovering new talents. With 10 teams in the match, these "extra" events took on great importance in the chase for points. We were rewarded by an excellent 2nd place, 20 points behind the home team, Cambridge and Coleridge AC, and only 4 points ahead of Victoria Park and Tower Hamlets AC. I really hope that we will have a good turn-out for the next meeting, at Northgate, on Saturday 28th June, when we need to show Cambridge that we too can win at home! Well done and thank you to everyone who competed at Cambridge.


Ipswich JAFFA Friday 5 - 30th May

2nd 26:44 James Calvert
8th 28:14 Simon Gardiner
28th 30:35 Ross Fawcett
29th 30:37 Jonny Palmer
38th 31:19 Kevin Peirce


NJL Ipswich results 21st May


Woodbridge 10k - 18th May

16th Ross Fawcett 37:54
129th Kirstin Hamilton 45:33


EYAL Basildon results 27th April


EAL Ipswich match result 20th April
EAL Ipswich SM results 20th April
EAL Ipswich SM results 20th April
EAL Ipswich U11 results 20th April
EAL Ipswich U13B results 20th April
EAL Ipswich U13G results 20th April
EAL Ipswich U15B results 20th April
EAL Ipswich U15G results 20th April
EAL Ipswich U17M results 20th April


British Masters Champs. Lea Valley. 23rd - 24th Feb 08, by Malcolm Fenton

Harriers,
Just to inform you that I won two National Titles at the above Championships. Winning the Hammer and Weight Throw in the M50 age group.
The Hammer was won with a very poor 49.69m, but was still 9m ahead of the 2nd placer.
The Weight was won with 19.69m, some 3m ahead of 2nd place, a distance only ever beaten by myself by a Briton.
The weekend also saw my number of titles at County level and above go through the 200 mark, to 201.
Regards,
Malcolm Fenton
Vice President


Herts Phoenix Open Meeting - Good Friday, by Dave Rice

Please find attached details of our Good Friday Open Meeting.
Dave Rice


Lee Valley Athletics Centre, by Domenica (Nikki) Silva

Dear All,
Please find attached details of our Open Meeting which being held on 12th April, we would be grateful if you could pass on to people and place on you website.
Thank you
Domenica (Nikki) Silva


National XC Champs, 23rd February 2008

Congratulations to Shaun Webb, National U15 XC Champion. A great start to the day with Shaun winning the opening race at Alton Towers on Saturday.
Under 15 Boys - 1 Shaun Webb, 90 Jack Gavin
Under 15 Girls (7th team) - 18 Charlotte Christensen, 66 Mary Galbraith, 122 Sophia Nicklin, 130 Hannah Petterson
U17 Men - 56 Elliott Palmer
Junior Men - 29 Chris Rooke, 168 Daniel Palmer
photos


SWL Bury St Edmunds, 3rd February 2008

Congratulations, league champions again. Well done to everyone that took part this season.
In the juniors the boys won their league and the girls were second.
Full results: junior, seniors.
photos


SWL Stowmarket, 20th January 2008

Another strong team performance at Stowmarket sees us in a commanding position at the top of the league with one fixture to go. Top finishers were Elliot Palmer(2nd), Simon Gardiner(5th) and Alice Simpson(5th). In the juniors it was Ross Fawcett(3rd), Andrew Revell(6th) and Laura Thomas(6th). The boys are top of their league and the girls in second place
Full results: junior, seniors.
Next league fixture: 3rd feb at Nowton Park


SUFFOLK XC CHAMPS, RHS - 6th January 2008

Well done to everyone who took part in the County Champs last Sunday. We had individual winners in Charlotte Christenson, Shaun Webb, Chris Rooke and Ellie Sprake. There was also a second place for Mary Galbraith and third for Joshua Entwistle.
full results, photos


Javelin analysis, by Nigel Bevan

The attached document contains Nigel's feedabck on some javelin technique following an East Of England coaching day.


SWL Woodbridge, 9th December

Congratulations to James Calvert for his victory in the fourth SWL fixture at Woodbridge. Highest finisher in the women's race was Tonya Antonis in 6th. Another strong team performance means we hold on to top spot in the league. Top finishers in the juniors were Ross Fawcett in 3rd and Claire Caiger in 5th. The boys are top of their league and the girls in sevond place
Full results: junior, seniors.
Next league fixture: 20th Jan at Stowmarket




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2007

SWL Bungay, junior results

Results from the junior race now in and some photos from the day's races uploaded too.


SWL Bungay, 18th November

The provisional results for Bungay see us remain top of the senior league at the half way point of the season. Another good run from Tonya Antonis saw her finish in second place in the women's race. Elliot Palmer was the first Harrier home in the men's in fifth place. No junior results yet although we can report that Ross Fawcett finished second. Provisional results of seniors.


Stowmarket Scenic 7m - 11th Nov

A couple of Harriers, Tom Taylor and Tonya Antonis, took part in this one and congratulations go to Tonya for finishing third lady overall.

22 Thomas Taylor 44:25
42 Tonya Antonis 46:31


PHOTOS

The photos have moved to photos.ipswich-harriers.co.uk and include pictures from this season's Suffolk Winter League.


SWL FRITTON LAKE, 4th November

It was a new xc venue for the second fixture in the SWL and a fine win for Chris Rooke, having raced the previous day in the National xc relays at Mansfield. It was another good turnout and we kept our position as league leaders. Well done everyone. Full results of seniors and juniors.


AGM 2007 - committee, team managers and subscriptions


CHANGE OF HQ FOR THE SWL FIXTURE AT BUNGAY by Colleen Fuller

I have today been informed that, due to building work currently being carried out at the usual HQ of Broome Village Hall, the HQ for this year's Bungay Suffolk Winter League race to be held on 18th November 2007 has been changed to Ditchingham Village Hall. All other details remain unchanged. I attach a revamp of the directions that I've already given out to many of you at last weekend's race at Fritton Lake. I hope to see as many of you as possible at Broome Heath - any problems/questions, please feel free to phone me or see me at the Clubhouse on Tuesday or Thursday evenings.


SWL FRAMLINGHAM, 28th October

It was a great start to the cross country season for Harriers with wins for Andrew Rooke and Alice Simpson in the senior races. Great support from the rest of the team means we go into the second fixture top of the league. The supporting junior race was won by Andy Constable and Emma Burroughs was third in the girls race. Full results of seniors and juniors.


Orienteering, from SUFFOC

Dear runners,

Suffolk Orienteering Club (SUFFOC) would like to invite you to an orienteering event in Rendlesham Forest on 25th November 2007. Registration is on the day from 10.00-12.00 with individual starts from 10.30 to 12.30. Fees are £7 Adult/Group and £2 Junior/Student.

Directions (approaching from A12): Take the A1152, signposted Orford and Melton, at the northern Woodbridge roundabout on the A12. After Melton, follow the brown signs for the Rendlesham Forest Centre on the B1084. Turn Right onto a Forestry Commission road signposted to Rendlesham Forest Centre. You will see orienteering signs for the event. The grid reference is TM354488.

For more details visit www.pdl.demon.co.uk/suffoc or email ipswich harriers for contact number.

Orienteering is a sport for all ages and abilities. There will be help available for those new to the sport. For more information about orienteering visit http://www.britishorienteering.org.uk/


MARTLESHAM 10k

Don't think we've had such a big turn out for a road race for ages! Well done to everyone and great run from Elliot Palmer to be first Harrier home in 4th place.
4 ELLIOT PALMER 35,28
5 GLYNN THOMAS 35,45
8 SIMON GODINER 36,55
19 Kevin Peirce 38,50
30 DANIEL PALMER 40,20
63 Daniel Kett 44,14
95 MATTHEW BARHAM 47,44
121 Kenneth Wright 51,11


AGM

The Ipswich Harriers and Ipswich Harriers Supporters Association Annual General Meetings will take place on Friday 26 October at the Education Centre, St Elizabeth Hospice, Foxhall Road, Ipswich.
Details of the meetings have been posted to all members but because of possible delays in the postal system you are reminded that the Supporters Association AGM will commence at 7pm followed by the Harriers AGM at approximately 7.45pm.
The IHSA & IH Committees look forward to seeing you at the meetings.


Suffolk Winter League dates

28/10/07: Framlingham
4/11/07: Fritton Lake (on A143 between Beccles & Gt Yarmouth)
18/11/07: Bungay
9/12/07: Woodbridge
20/1/08: Haughley Park, Stowmarket
3/2/08: Nowton Park, Bury St Edmunds


Felixstowe half marathon

Tom Taylor(1:25) and Kevin Peirce(1:27) took part in the Felixstowe half marathon on 3oth September.


EAL FINAL

We had a good day at the EAL final and the Senior Men and the U17 Men both won their age groups.
results summary
SENIOR MEN
UNDER 13 BOYS
UNDER 17 MEN
SENIOR WOMEN
UNDER 13 GIRLS
UNDER 15 BOYS
UNDER 15 GIRLS


GEORGINA AN EXCELLENT 5TH PLACE IN NATIONAL FINAL by MIKE OAKLEY

Every year athletes competing in the National Junior League for athletes Under 20, have their performances converted to a points basis similar to the way Decathlon and Heptathlon events are scored..... Full report


NJL results and 400m splits Colchester, 29th July
EAL results Ipswich, 22nd July
EYAL results Ipswich, 15th July
SML results Ipswich, 2nd June


SWL results Ipswich, 2nd June

snrs track, snrs field, jnrs, jnrs part2, non scorers


SML results Woodford, 19th May

track, jumps, throws


EYAL results St. Albans, 29th April

U13b, U13g, U15b, U15g, U17m, U17w, match result


WSAC charity open meeting 23rd September by Tania Spurling

West Suffolk Athletics Club are hosting a charity open meeting on Sunday 23rd September 2007 at West Suffolk Athletics Arena (Bury St Edmunds). The event is supporting the East Anglian Air Ambulance and ALL money raised through entries, raffles, t-shirts and programmes are being donated to the Air Ambulance. The competition is hosting a wide range of events from U11’s up to senior age groups, please visit WSAC site to view the events available.


South of England Championships, 16th-17th June by Neil Gillingham

A small group of athletes and supporters made the two-hour plus trek to Crystal Palace National Sports Center over the weekend of 16th and 17th June 2007.
Ipswich Harrier club member Mark Leitch competing in the colours of the Army struck gold in the senior men’s shot putt with a solid throw of 14.33m on the Saturday. In fact any of Mark’s legal throws would have been good enough to secure the gold medal as such was his dominance in this event winning by over a meter and a half...... full report


County T&F Champs, 13th May
results

Meeting results from Tony Cheatham

EAL Ipswich 6th May
SWL Ipswich 28th April


NATIONAL JUNIOR LEAGUE by MIKE OAKLEY

I know that its early days (only 2 of the 4 meetings gone) but attached should reveal that Harriers have 3 girls in the top 14 and one boy. The top 8 of each get to contest a final at the "Grand Final" of the League.


Katy gets the Silver! by Wendy Sealy

Thought you might like to know that Katy Sealy won the silver medal in the very soggy U17 womens' high jump at the South of England Chamionships in Ashford on Sunday. Her second attempt clearance at 1m55 won her the silver medal on countback, just one failed attempt behind the gold medal winner who also cleared 1m55. Katy was one of three athletes who having cleared 1m55 attempted 1m60 to win the competition and all came very close in very difficult conditions. Katy also came 7th in the U17 womens' long jump with 5m06.


NATIONAL JUNIOR LEAGUE by MIKE OAKLEY

At Basildon on Sunday May 27th in miserable cold and wet conditions, Ipswich Harriers Under 20 Men and Women secured a first ever League win since the sexes were combined a few years ago.... Full report


EYAL by Ricky Hanley

Eastern Young Athletes League – St. Albans – 29th April 2007

Ipswich Harriers kicked off their Eastern Young Athletes League campaign with a match at St Albans against Basildon, Biggleswade, Milton Keynes St.Albans and Trent Park. Ipswich were only beaten by 6 points on the day and with a few more middle distance runners competing would have ended with a comfortable victory. Full report


Press Release - Forest Challenge by Julian Long

Please find attached Press Release detailing a new dual sport Run/Bike Event to take place in Suffolk in July. The event is in support of the Muscular Dystrophy Campaign.
Kind regards,
Julian Long
Run/Bike Events


SML LEAGUE

The first Southern Men's League meeting of the season was a home fixture and a good result with a second place which puts Harriers in 6th place after the first round of matches. Table and match results


NATIONAL JUNIOR LEAGUE by MIKE OAKLEY

Ipswich Harriers competed in the first of four “Junior League” meetings for athletes Under 20 and Under 17. Our 12 men and women competed in as many events as they could but although finishing 5th of the seven teams who attended, were generally well beaten.... Full report


JOE BLOOMFIELD'S CROATIA TRIP by CRAIG BLOOMFIELD

Joe has been selected to compete in an International Throws Meeting in Varazdin, Croatia on the 7th July. Joe will be competing as part of the Hammer Circle's Team.

Although very early in the season Joe is currently ranked 2nd in the UK in the U17 Mens Hammer and is eager to regain the top spot.

This will an ideal opportunity for Joe to experience competition in a part of the world with very strong hammer throwing traditions. He will be competing alongside senior and junior Internationals from a number of countries.

Joe has been extremely committed over the winter and has rarely missed any of his 6 days a week training schedule - half of which he spends weight training in our garage on his own.

I am truly delighted his hard work has been rewarded in this way.


UNDER 13 LONG JUMP LEAGUE

Results of the first (Braintree) leg of the three way U13 boys and girls Long Jump competition between Braintree, Colchester & Tendering and Ipswich Harriers show a win for the boys and 3rd [place for the girls. Next meeting is in Colchester on 30th May.


LONDON MARATHON

Well done to Glynn Thomas(3:11:51) and David Sealy(4:16:56) on finishing a rather warm London Marathon this year.


GOLD FOR IPSWICH GIRLS, by Ricky Hanley

Katy Sealy celebrated selection to the England Athletics East Combined Events Squad with a Gold and Silver medal at the Eastern Athletics Indoor Championships at Chelmsford. She will receive support and help with planning and progression of her training and competitive activities for the season and also sessions with some of the Country’s top Event Coaches. It was Katy’s second indoor competition at the fantastic Melbourne Park facility in February, collecting a bronze in the Essex Indoor championships and picking up a Pb of 1.60 whilst competing as a guest. In a crowded arena the Farlingaye High school Under 17 dominated the High jump winning with 1.55 and then went on to win silver in the shot with 8.17. Under 13 Charlotte Shelley is beginning to look like a multi event athlete picking up 2 silver medals in the Long Jump with 4.17 and the 60m hurdles crossing the line in a time of 10.7. At the West Norfolk Indoor Championships at Kings Lynn, Charlotte took gold in High jump with 1.35 and is currently top of the UK Athletics regional rankings. She also collected a bronze in the hurdles with a time of 10.8. Charlotte Cattermole won a silver in a very tight under 15 60m hurdles with 1st 2nd and 3rd all given the same time clocking a very quick 9.7 seconds.


WOODBRIDGE 10K

Following update received from Roger Hobson, Race Director Woodbridge Shufflers R.C.:-

Dear All,
The Woodbridge Round the Town Races (10k and Junior Run) are now full and no more entries can be acccepted. We apologise to all those who are now too late to enter.
Regards,
Roger Hobson
Race Director, Woodbridge Shufflers R.C.


ECCA NATIONAL CROSS COUNTRY CHAMPS

The highest finisher at the event on 10th March was Kelvin Hardy in 8th place in the junior men's race. Other Harriers taking part in the races at Sunderland were Matt Constable, Andy Constable, Andrew Rooke and Chris Rooke.






WOODBRIDGE 10K

Following update received from Roger Hobson, Race Director Woodbridge Shufflers R.C., Friday 9th March:-

We now expect the races to be full within a week or so!!!


ENGLAND ATHLETICS EAST

Attached document from England Athletics East, for your information.
Regards,
Andy Johnson


AAA INDOOR CHAMPIONSHIPS - 24th and 25th February

Three Harriers took part in the England Athletics Indoor Championships at NIA, Birmingham:-
Thomas Love 800m(01:59.07), Joe Bloomfield Shot(14.49) and Charlotte Cattermole 60m Hurdles(9.99).


INTER COUNTIES, NOTTINGHAM - 24th February

John Bird finished the UK Challenge series with an 8th place in the final race at Nottingham to secure top spot in the U15 boys rankings for the season. Other Harriers representing Suffolk on the day were Kelvin Hardy, Chris Rooke, Andrew Rooke, Elliot Palmer, Tom Taylor, Jonny Palmer, Alice Simpson, Laura Thomas, Emma Burroughs and James Robinson.





GENEVA MARATHON

We've received the following flyer about the Geneva Marathon!


SUFFOLK WINTER LEAGUE - CHAMPIONS 2006-2007

The final league race of the season was at Bury St Edmunds on 4th February and we emerged from the mist as league champions for the second year running. Well done to everyone that turned out and thanks to everyone who supported the team this season. Special thanks go to team manager, Colleen Fuller, for encouraging people to turn out and to Andrew Pattle and Allan Rooke for catching the action on film. We'll post details of the national final as soon as we get them.
First home in the men's race was Chris Rooke in fifth closely followed by a strong run from Tom Love for 7th. The other scorers were Josh Entwistle 11th, Tom Taylor 13th, Simon Gardner 14th, Michael Fuller 16th and Kevin Pierce 28th. Congratulations to our junior teams as well. The boys won their league and the girls were second in their's. In the boys race at Bury St Edmunds it was another win for John Bird, just holding off Elliot Palmer. We packed well in the top ten with Andy Constable 4th, Tim Byford 6th, Ross Fawcett 7th, Jonathan Ling 8th and Joe Rowntree 10th. It was another strong run from Emma Burroughs in the girls race for 3rd place.

Glynn Thomas, Elliot Palmer and John Bird topped the rankings for the season for their age groups.


NEUKIRCHENER CROSS

Kelvin Hardy was in Dusseldorf on 3rd Feb representing England at the U23 Team Challenge and finished 16th.

2007

CLUBMARK

Some good news from our secretary, Andy Johnson:-
"Ipswich Harriers has been awarded England Athletics ClubMark Accreditation."


SEAA CROSS COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS

A change of venue for the Southern Champs with this year's event being held at Holkham Hall in Norfolk on 27th January. John Bird was again to the fore and was our highest placed athlete finishing 7th in the U15 boys race. Others to make the trip were: U15 Girls Emma Burroughs(80) & Catherine Healy(126); U17 Men Elliot Palmer(15), Tom Taylor(61) & Jonny Palmer(63); Junior Men Josh Entwistle(54), Tom Love(58) & Daniel Palmer(66)



SEAA INDOOR CHAMPIONSHIPS, by Neil Gillingham

Becky Welbourn had a busy day on the 21st January competing at the SEAA indoor championships at the new Lee Valley Indoor Athletics Centre. She took part in the junior women's 400m and after successfully winning her heat in 60.55s and finishing second in her semi in 60.07s qualified for the final. In the final a storming finish secured Becky the silver medal in a time of 59.27s! Other athletes to take part on these championships included Katy Sealy finishing 5th in the under 17 women's high jump with 1.55m, Kerry Dixon finishing 6th in the junior women's high jump with 1.55m and the Neil Gillingham finishing 4th in his heat of the senior men's 400m in a time of 56.67s.


SUFFOLK WINTER LEAGUE

We weren't able to put out as strong a team as we'd have liked to and suffered our first defeat of the season although still head the league with one fixture remaining. That will be at Nowton Park on 4th February. The men's team was led home by Glynn Thomas in sixth place. The other scorers were:- 12th Chris Rooke, 20th Josh Entwistle, 22nd Tom Love, 25th Simon Gardiner, 31st Jamie Dines and 32nd Kevin Pierce.
In the women's race it's a big 'thank you' to Kerry Fuller for turning out to make sure we had a full team. Hannah Arbon was first home again in tenth and was closely followed by Alice Simpson in 12th.
Congratulations to Emma Burroughs for a well deserved first victory in the junior girls race. Laura Thomas also ran well for 3rd place. Andy Constable enjoyed his best finish this season with second place and was well supported in the top ten by Tim Byford(4th), Robert Blagg(6th), and Joe Rowntree(8th).


UK CROSS CHALLENGE

Another great run and first place for John Bird at Cardiff on the 20th January. The win extends his lead in the U15 boys rankings. Others to compete at Cardiff were Kelvin Hardy, 33rd-senior men, Elliot Palmer, 15th-U17 men, and Andrew Rooke, 24th-U17 men.


SEAA Indoor Combined events championships

Katy Sealy competed in the U17 women's pentathlon at the South of England Indoor Combined events championships at Lee Valley on the 7th January and finished 8th with a pb of 2671 points. Katy said of the day: "It was a really fun but a long and gruelling day especially on the sprint finish of the 800m! I was quite pleased with my performances being just short of my PB's in all events. The new stadium was great to compete at and the facilities were really good and the event was very well organised. Everything was on time and if not it was early to benefit everyone. Combined events always have a special atmosphere and I recommend anyone interested to have a go."
And those inividual event performances were : 60m Hurdles - 10.15 seconds, High Jump - 1m57, Shot put 8m35, Long Jump - 4m66, 800m - 2mins56.90 seconds.


Suffolk Cross Country Champs

The first local competition of 2007 was the Suffolk Cross Country Champs held at Holbecks Park, Hadleigh on the 7th January. Kelvin Hardy was crowned senior county champion for the second year in a row with a comfortable victory. There was a rare outing for Ben Spashett and a solid 4th place performance. Other age group winners were John Bird, Andrew Rooke and Jack Garvin.



UK CROSS CHALLENGE

The first fixture of 2007 was at Stormont Estate, Belfast on 6th January. John Bird and Andrew Rooke took part and John had a great run to win the U15 boys race and now tops the ranking for that age group. The trip was a bit tougher for Andrew who finished 28th.



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2006

SUFFOLK WINTER LEAGUE

While Claire Holme was out in Italy running for GB other club members were competing in the third meeting of the Suffolk Winter League at Woodbridge. The team was led home by Chris Rooke with his best finish so far in third place. He was joined in the top ten by Glynn Thomas in sixth place. The other scorers were:- 12th Dan Borrett, 13th Jamie Dines, 21st Michael Fuller, 24th Tom Love, 27th Simon Gardiner.
Hannah Arbon enjoyed her best run of the season to finish 5th with the other scoreres being Elizabeth Welbourn in 25th and Becky Welbourn 32nd.

The result in the junior race was a repeat of the previous fixture in the junior boys race with John Bird winning from Elliot Palmer in second. Emma Burroughs was first Harrier home in the girls race in 4th.

It was another overall match victory, although by a somewhat closer margin this week, and we remain top of the league.


European Cross Country Championships

Congratulations to Claire Holme for winning a team gold medal in the U23 women's race at at the SPAR European Cross Country Championships in San Giorgio su Legnano, Italy, on Sunday 10th December. Claire finished in 19th place and was third GB scorer.

The following is extracted from an article on the UK Athletics website:-
Claire Holme (Ipswich AC), 19th in 19:49, said: “It was very fast from the start but I worked my way through, which was pleasing. It was amazing, really. I set off fairly hard but after the bottleneck [shortly after the start] I ended up quite far back. I kept strong and people kept coming back to me all the time. We wanted a team medal. The Junior Women set the standard for us, didn’t they?”


SOUTHERN INTER COUNTIES

Well done to Alex Ogilvie, Laura Thomas, John Bird, Andrew Rooke and Elliot Palmer who were selected to run for Suffolk at the Southern inter counties at Parliament Hill on the 9th December. There were top ten places for Alex(5th), John(8th) and Andrew(6th).


T shirts

Anyone wishing to order a t-shirt to arrive before Christmas needs to get an order to Colleen, Gill and Jane by 12th December. Cheques should be made payable to Ipswich Harriers Supporters Association.

UK Cross Challenge

The latest fixture was at Liverpool on 25th November and included the European XC Trials. Top positions were John Bird, who was a fine 2nd in the under 15 boy's race and Claire Holme who was 4th U23 in the combined senior and U23 race. Other results were :- Senior Men 36th Kelvin Hardy, U20 Men 71st Christopher Rooke and Under 17 Men 9th Andrew Rooke.
Claire Holme should now be selected for the European Chamionships on 10th December.


Sufolk Winter League

Another good weekend as we won the second league fixture at Bungay on 19th November. Chris Rooke got the better of Michael Fuller this week with Chris finishing 4th and Michael 5th. The other scorers were:- 7th Glyn Thomas, 14th Tom Love, 20th Simon Gardiner, 22nd Jamie Dines, 33rd Jonny Palmer.
Alice Simpson had a great run in the women's race to finish 2nd and was well supported by Hannah Arbon in 11th and Becky Welbourn in 16th. There was also a change round in the junior boys race with John Bird winning this time and Elliot Palmer 2nd. There was another solid run and 4th spot for Andy Constable. Laura Thomas improved on her 6th place at Framlingham with 3rd place this time and was closely followed by Rachel Ademokun in 4th.


Tilburg Cross Country International

Kelvin Hardy and Ellie Sprake represented the South of England at the 48th Tilburg Cross Country International on 12th November.
Kelvin was 8th in the U23 men's race and Ellie 11th in the U20 women's race.



Scenic 7

Glynn Thomas won the vet 40 prize when finishing 4th at the Stowmarket scenic 7 mile race on 12th November.


National xc relays
We had one complete team for the ECCA National cross country relays at Mansfield on 4th November and the U17 men's team of Andrew Rooke, Tom Taylor and Elliot Palmer finished 13th. Andrew was first home on leg one. Other notable first leg performances were Kelvin Hardy 1st in the junior men, John Bird 3rd in the U15 boys and Ellie Sprake 4th in the junior women.






Team spirit
Four athletes showed good club spirit last weekend by travelling to the Birmingham UK Challenge on Saturday and then turning out in the SWL at Framlingham the following day. A tough weekend! Thanks go to Chris Rooke, Daniel Palmer, Elliot Palmer and John Bird for their efforts.


Sufolk Winter League

We made a great start to this season's local cross country league by winning the opening fixture at Framlingham on 29th October. Due to waterlogged conditions the course had to be altered to a three lap race but this didn't cause any problems for our athletes. Leading the men's team home was Michael Fuller in 3rd place closely followed by Chris Rooke in 4th and Glyn Thomas, who recovered from an early fall to finish 6th. The other scorers were:- 11th Dan Borrett, 12th Aza Row, 17th Simon Gardiner, 23rd Daniel Palmer.
Hannah Arbon had a good run in the women's race to finish 9th with the other team scorers being Becky Welbourn in 17th and Elizabeth Welbourn 20th.

Overall, a fantastic club turnout with 23 seniors and 22 younger athletes for the junior race. Elliot Palmer won the junior race with John Bird a few seconds behind in 2nd. Andy Constable just missed out on a top three finish. First girl to finish was Emma Burroughs in 3rd place.



UK Cross Challenge

A number of athletes travelled to Birmingham on the 28th October for the first cross country meeting in this season's UK Challenge series. Top positions were Ellie Sprake who was 3rd in the U20 women's race and Andrew Rooke, 3rd in the U17 men's race. Other performances were:- Senior Men 17th Kelvin Hardy, U20 Men 26th Christopher Rooke and 34th Daniel Palmer, Under 17 Men 40th Elliot Palmer, Under 15 Boys 5th John Bird, Under 13 Boys 9th Alexander Ogilvie.


Martlesham 10k

Chris Rooke made his debut on the local road racing circuit with a fantastic third place at the Martlesham 10k on Sunday in 34:34. Well done.








Road races
Glynn Thomas has had a couple of good road races recently finishing 5th at the Framlingham 10k last month and 4th at the Felixstowe half marathon last weekend.
AGMs
The Harriers Club and Supporters Association AGMs will be held on Friday 20th October 2006 at The Education Centre, St Elizabeth Hospice, 565 Foxhall Road, Ipswich. The Supporters Association AGM will start at 7pm followed by the Club AGM at 7.45pm. Any nominations for committee positions need to be in by 6th October.

POSE by Steve Hicks
If you're opened minded and interested in evaluating your current running style then you may be interested to learn something about the POSE technique. There's a POSE coach, Oleg Timoshin, working in the Ipswich area at the moment and he's offering to hold introductory sessions to demonstrate the technique. The session I attended was well delivered, fun and very informative. If you'd like Harriers to invite Oleg to put on session email this site or speak to Steve Hicks or Kevin Peirce. There's a POSE website where you can find out more.

Orienteering Come and Try It Event
Neil Carter, Event Organiser for Suffolk Orienteering Club, has sent details of this event. Click here to view
(email if you'd like the posters mentioned forwarded)

Harriers results from the SWL meeting at High Wycombe on 12th August available here. The final SWL league meeting will be on 2nd September and Harriers will be hoping to do well enough to avoid relegation from div 2.

Former Harrier Wins at UK Challenge Final
A wire from our roving reporter Mike Oakley:-
"Taken from UKA Web site report of UK Challenge Final at Manchester yesterday:
In the women's 800m there were plenty of pbs. AAA finalist Charlene Snelgrove (Wakefield) set a great pace with 59.11 at the bell and 90.0 at 600 and there were still three others in contention. However she kicked hard on the bend and though slowing slightly in the last 50, she smashed her pb with 2:02.89.
"I had planned to lead all the way as I hoped to set a pb and I'm not good in tactical races. I was surprised with the time as it was quite windy and that's my last race of the season. I started the season late as I was injured." "

Harriers were comfortable winners of the last Eastern Young Athletes league match at Northgate on 20th August and have finished 6th in the league to qualify for the final on the 10th September.
full results     non scorers

A report from Mike Oakley:-   Harriers Under 20s Clinch Third Spot in National Junior Athletic League
In a blustery wind and dodging the heavy showers, Ipswich Harriers Under 20 Men and Women successfully completed their season in the National Junior Athletic League at Cambridge on Sunday. The host club of ...full report

At the East Anglian League meeting on 6th August Harriers finished second to host club Chelmsford.

A report from Mike Oakley:-   Twin Pronged Attack by Harriers
In the searing Bedford heat on Sunday last, Ipswich Harriers Junior Men and Women contested the third National Junior Athletic League meeting. Harriers finished in fourth place behind the home club and the Divisions two leaders Basildon and Team Cambridge. Harriers’ points were ...full report

Results from the NJL match at Ipswich on 11th June available here.

Promotion for the Southern Men's Team, 5/8/06. In an interview that may have been lost in all the football scores on Grandstand an emotional Colleen Fuller was heard to say "if you look at the latest Div 2 league table you'll see that we finished 4th[at Harrow] and have, therefore, won promotion to Division 1! The team, who were very diminished today mainly due to holidays, were magnificent and fought for every point - Ipswich Harriers (and their very happy Team Manager!) can rightly feel very proud of them."
Dennis Orme's Harrow results.     SML div 2   League table

London Grand Prix
Congratulations to Ellie Sprake who finished 9th in the U20 3000m race at the Norwich Union London Grand Prix at Crystal Palace on 28th July. A great experience and a pb of 9:47.92 to take home.
Ekiden Champions.
The Ekiden is a relay race for teams of 6 participants which covers the marathon distance (26.2 miles) with the 6 legs being 7.2k,5k,10k,5k,10k,5k. Harriers entered just one team this year due to it clashing with a number of events but were strong enough to win the event for the fourth year in a row. This year's event was held at Woodbridge School on a very hot 23rd July 2006. The victorious team was Kelvin Hardy, Chris Spashett, Tom Sharland, Michael Fuller, Sam Jacobs and Paul Graham. Kelvin and Tom also picked up trophies for fastest times for the 7.2k and 10k legs. As we didn't have enough runners for a second team some club members ended up helping some of the social teams and one of them, Ellie Sprake, ran the fastest female 5k leg of the day.

Harriers hosted the latest Southern Men's div 2 match on 22nd July and a fine win means that we're in fourth place in the league and will be going for promotion at the final meeting on 5th August at Harrow.

Harriers hosted an Eastern Young Athletes meeting on 2nd July and finished second in the match.
full results supplied by Tony Cheatham.

The East Anglian League match at Sandy on 25th June saw age group victories for U15 girls, senior women and U17 men and overall match win for Harriers.
full results.

The Southern Men's team finished second at Blackheath on 3rd June and are starting to look like possible candidates for promotion.
The Southern Women's and Men's teams were in action at Northgate on 20th May and both had good results with the women winning their match and the men finishing second in their's. To see the full results, supplied by Tony Cheatham, from the matches click on women and men.
The next Southern men's is on 3rd June at Blackheath and the next women's on 24th June at Crawley.

The first meeting of the Eastern Young Athletes league took place in Bedford on 7th May and Harriers finished second overall scoring well in all age groups and finishing first in the U17 men. For harriers' results click here.
The next fixture is on June 18th at Chelmsford.

We hosted the first match of the National Junior League, Thames Division on 7th May and the athletes performed well with the women winning their match and the men finishing third. To see the full results, supplied by Tony Cheatham, from the match click here.
The next match on 11th June will also be at Northgate.

We don't get many road races to report on these days so here's one! Kevin Peirce took a trip over to Birmingham to do the annual Lung Run 10k and had a good run to finish 11th in 38:24.

The Southern Men's team finished third in a close opener to their division 2 season with only 20 points separating the five teams. For harriers' results click here.
Next fixture is at home on 20th May along with a Southern Women's league match.

The Southern Women's team had their first league fixture of the season in division 2 at Kingston on 22nd April and had a tough start, finishing fifth. You can see them in action at the next fixture which is at Northgate on 20th May along with the next Southern Men's league match.

Congratulations to Glynn Thomas for completing the London Marathon on 23rd April in an impressive 2:50 for 547th place. Glynn clocked

Congratulations to Ellie Sprake who finished 7th at the World Schools XC champs in Italy on April 10th. The England team finished 4th.

Results for the XC final held at Bramcote, Nottingham on 26th March -   individual     team

Results for the track and field open meeting at Northgate on 2nd April -   track     field
(compiled by Tony Cheatham)

The Inter Counties, Nottingham - 11th March 2006.
The following was part of a report on the UKA website about the U17 women's race and refers to Ellie's 2nd place finish:-
"Under 17 women (5km): Kirsty Hamilton (Devon) powered away from diminutive Ellie Sprake (Suffolk) in the last couple of hundred metres to win her first National title. It was a clear win in the end – though it had promised to be a thriller. With less than a kilometre to go, Hamilton, Sprake and Jessica Coulson (Greater Manchester) were racing shoulder to shoulder. Even after Coulson began to fade – dramatically in the end – Hamilton had to work hard to get away from Sprake."
There were also notable performances by Andrew Rooke, 11th in the Under 17 Men; Elliot Palmer, 12th in the Under 15 Boys and Laura O'Dell, 10th in the senior women long course.

Congratulations to Ellie Sprake who has been selected to represent English Schools at the World Schools XC champs in Italy in April.

Sam Jacobs(Birmingham University) has been selected to run for the BUSA GB team at the World University Cross Country Championships in Algiers, Algeria, on Friday 24 March.

The ECCA National Cross Country Championships, Parliament Hill, London - 25th February 2006.
The following was part of a report on the UKA website about the U20 women's race and refers to Laura's 3rd place finish:-
"The Under 20 Women's Bronze medal went to Laura Odell (Ipswich) in rather unusual circumstances. Her club originally put her in the Senior Women's race in the mistaken belief that the Junior race was under IAAF rules. The Championships Referee gave her permission on the day to switch to the younger athletes' event wearing a hand-written number which the results computer did not recognise. So it was some time before she was inserted into the official results."
Ellie Sprake also had a great run and collected a bronze medal in the under 17 women's race. Eliie and Andrew Rooke, who was 9th in the u17 men's race, were given letters of consideration to represent the English Schools at the World Schools XC champs in Italy in April.

The SEAA Championships, Bicton College, Exmouth - 28th January 2006
Top performers on the day were Laura O'Dell, 3rd in junior women; Ellie Sprake, 4th in u17 women; Andrew Rooke, 6th in u17 men and Kelvin Hardy, 6th in Junior men.

Champions! YES, you did it. Harriers are the Suffolk Winter League winners following another strong performance, this time at the final meeting at Culford School. Well done to everyone that turned out and thanks to everyone who supported the team this season. Special thanks go to Colleen Fuller for encouraging people to turn out and to Andrew Pattle for catching the action on film. We'll post details of the national final as soon as we get them but unfortunately believe that there has been a change of date to now clash with the English Schools. Crazy!

Don't forget to go to the final Suffolk Winter XC League race on 12th Feb at Culford School and help Harriers in their attempt to win the league:-)

Harriers enjoyed a good day at the Suffolk County Champs at RAF Barnham on 15th January 2006 with four individual wins and a team 1st in the U17 men. The race winners were Kelvin Hardy, Jim Norris, Laura O'dell and Ellie Sprake.

One fixture to go in the Suffolk Winter XC League and we're still holding on to top spot after another fine club performance at the latest meeting at Stowmarket on 8th January. Congratulations must go to James Calvert and Laura O'Dell who enjoyed individual wins which one hopes will get proper recognition in the press! Don't forget the change of venue for the last meeting on 12th Feb - now Culford School.

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2005
Glynn Thomas finished 5th at the Beccles 10 miler on 18th December in 57:12

Kelvin Hardy was 6th at the Lotto Brussels Crosscup in Belgium on 18th December representing England.

The final race of the Suffolk Winter League on the 12th February will now be held at Culford School. We've been informed that the new course will be a two lap parkland course and will take a spike.

Congratulations to Kelvin Hardy on his team silver medal running for Great Britain and Northern Ireland at the European Cross Country Championships staged in Tilburg, Netherlands, on Sunday 11 December. Kelvin was third GB runner home in 24th place. This weekend Kelvin will be representing England at a competition in Belgium.

Here's a cross country report just in from our man in the field Kevin Peirce:-

"After several years of obvious decline, Ipswich Harrier's involvement in cross country has made a rapid and glorious come back during this 2005 Suffolk Winter League season. Perhaps it's the achievement of 'Radcliffe/Holmes' having an effect? Or maybe other factors have come into play that are attracting more of our club members into the more 'adventurous' side of the sport? Whatever the reason, it's had the positive effect of propelling Harriers into the overall top spot so far in the Suffolk Winter League - and with good prospects to go on and win the league in February. And we can do better yet...

We have been well represented in all parts of the league (males and females, juniors and seniors) with an amazing turn out in the senior male and female races. In fact we have the lead in a number of individual categories (female 17, female 40, male 17) and in most of the others have athletes in the top five places. What a result.

The junior results tell a similar story with two top slots currently taken (boys 13, boys 17) and expectations for other groups by the end of the season. However, it is here where we could do better. The juniors that have competed have done so with amazing dedication, but there are a number of juniors who could and should be out there racing for the club. The boys are currently holding the top spot, and the girls are third! So come on juniors, get out there in January and run for your club and help get us into those top spots! Everyone of all abilities are welcome as every point scored can count towards our final league standings. There is also an additional bonus for taking part in the Suffolk Winter League. We have all signed an agreement with Harriers to race under the Ipswich Harriers name in a good proportion of available races throughout any given year. Therefore, racing in the Suffolk Winter League is a local and easy way to build up your Harriers races.

So with the brilliant turn outs at a very muddy Framlingham (over 27 athletes), a bitterly cold Bungay (over 25 athletes) and a sunny Woodbridge (over 25 athletes) perhaps it's time to consider resurrecting the Harriers team coach, or maybe even just dust off the old Ipswich Harriers standard that we once thrust proudly into ground at every league event we attended in the old Peter Scott days. If we finish the league this year as we started some of this should certainly be considered next season.



We had another great result in the Suffolk XC League to keep us top of the league after three fixtures. We won both senior races and the boys race.
Strong runs from Janes Calvert(3rd), Glynn Thomas(5th) and Michael Fuller(6th) and good packing from the rest of the team gave us a good score. Becky Welbourn was the first of our ladies home in 4th place.

Ben Spashett ran as a guest in an Essex League xc race at Great Notley on 26th November and won.

We had another good turnout for the Suffolk XC league for the second round at Bungay on 20th November. We finished fourth overall on this occasion but are still just top of the league. First home was Glynn Thomas

in fifth spot just ahead of a back in form Michael Fuller in seventh.
We had another good turnout of juniors with Daniel Palmer being the first of them to finish, in 26th place. The ladies were once again led home by Becky Welbourn
in fifth place.
Well done to all that turned out.

Well done to Glynn Thomas for his third place in the Stowmarket Scenic 7 on 13th November.

The second race in the Suffolk Winter League on the 20th November will now be at Bungay.

We got off to a great start in the Suffolk Winter League by winning the opening league fixture at Framlingham on 30th October. We had a great turnout and placed all our scorers in the top 40 in the men's race. The team was led home by James Calvert in 2nd place, just twenty seconds behind the winner, with Glynn Thomas not far behind in fifth spot. The team of twenty athletes included nine juniors with the highest placer being Jamie Dines in 18th place. The ladies team were led home by a junior with Becky Welbourn finishing in 6th place. Anyone got any pictures from the day? Well done to everyone and lets hope for a similar turnout at the next fixture on 20th November which was scheduled for Woodbridge but now has a question mark against it and may be at Bungay instead. If anyone knows for sure would they email the site. Thanks.

Flora London Marathon - 23rd April 2006 - Club places
We usually qualify for a couple of club places for the London Marathon and these are firstly offered to members rejected by the official ballot. If you'd like to put your name down for one of the places either email this site or look out for the poster in the hut.

The club AGM will be on 28th October at St Elizabeth Hospice at 7.30pm.

The Supporters Association AGM will be on 28th October at St Elizabeth Hospice at 7.00pm.

There's been no road racing to report for a while but Glynn Thomas has been back in action with a couple of good runs. On the 25th September he was 3rd in the Diss 15 mile race and on 2nd October 4th in the Felixstowe half marathon. The half marathon was also the county championship and Glynn won the MV40 category. Congratulations. The Diss races also had a fun run where Laura Thomas finished 2nd.

The club presentation evening will be on 22nd October at Next Generation.

The cross country season will soon be here and the first meeting of the Suffolk Winter League will be on 30th October at Framlingham. All the fixtures and directions can be found on the fixtures page.

Well done to all the juniors that competed in the EYAL final at Ipswich on 11th September and produced overall wins for the boys and girls teams. There were wins for the U13 and U15 boys age groups and a second place for U17 men. For the girls it was the U15s and U17s winning their age groups with the U13s finishing 5th. Thanks to everyone that helped on the day and to Milton Keynes AC for compiling the results. A copy of these can be found on the results page.

Congratulations to the Southern Women's team for finishing runners-up in division 3N. They finished off their season with a convincing win at Wycombe on 3rd September.

The Southern Women's team travelled to Haringey on 20th August and put in an excellent performance to win the fixture and move up to second place in the league. Let's hope they can repeat this at the final fixture at Wycombe and hold onto that second spot.

Malcolm Fenton has been appointed as the new UK Athletics hammer coach.

Harriers had another win in the East Anglian League on the 31st July at Northgate. Well done to everyone that turned out.

The Southern Men's team won their final fixture at Bury St Edmunds on 30th July to clinch second spot in division 3N and gain promotion to division 2 for next season. Well done to everyone involved throughout the season.

Ekiden Champions.The Ekiden is a relay race for teams of 6 participants which covers the marathon distance (26.2 miles) with the 6 legs being 7.2k,5k,10k,5k,10k,5k. Harriers entered three teams for this year's event held at Woodbridge School on 24th July 2005 and came away with overall victory with the team comprising Michael Fuller, Ben Spashett, Tom Sharland, James McNally, Sam Jacobs and Kelvin Hardy. This is the third year running that Harriers have won the trophy. There was an exciting competition between our other two teams and they finished only 5 seconds apart. The team that just dipped first were Wendy Griffin, Chris Spashett, Steve Hicks, James Hicks, Claire Holme and Paul Graham to hold off the team of Wendy Sealey, James Calvert, Dave Sealey, Daniel Palmer, Matthew Gisby and Kevin Pierce in 11th place.

In the National Junior League meeting on 24th July at Haringey the women finished 3rd and the men 6th.

The Southern Women's team finished second in their fixture at Cambridge on 23rd July and are currently in third place in division 3N after three fixtures.

There was another trip to Haringey on 9th July and another convincing win for the Southern Men's team. The result leaves us in 3rd place in the league although equal on match points with the second placed team. We'll be hoping for a good result at the final fixture on 30th July to secure second spot and promotion.

The Eastern Young Athletes match at Ipswich on 3rd July was a very close affair with Ipswich and Havering finishing joint first at the end of the match.

Harriers won the third fixture of the East Anglian League at Cambridge on 26th June. There was a convincing win for the Southern Men's team at the third league fixture at Haringey on 25th June. It was a good team performance but a Jason McDade and Michael Fuller deserve a mention for their great contribution on the day. We are currently 3rd in the league.

Glynn Thomas just dipped under the hour at the Ipswich Jaffa 10 mile recording 59:58 in 6th place.

James McNally had an excellent run at the Woodbridge 10k to finish in 4th spot. We won the second match of the East Anglian League at Southend on 5th May.

We put up a good fight in our opening fixture of the Southern Men's T&F league at home on 7th May but were beaten into 2nd place by a strong Ryston team.

The first Southern Women's T&F league meeting at Ilford on 30th April saw a convincing win for the Harriers. Well done everyone.

In the first National Junior League T&F meeting of the season at Woodford on 24th April the women finished 4th and the men 7th.

In the first Eastern Young Athletes T&F meeting of the season at Cambridge we finished third overall.

The track and field league meetings started on 17th April with an East Anglian League fixture at Colchester which didn't give much of a break for those competing in cross country fixtures up to the end of March. We finished in the top three in all age groups, with the U17s winning their's, and finished 2nd overall.

Congratulations to Glynn Thomas (2:57.06), Wendy Sealy (3:57.53) and David Sealy (4:39.29) for completing the Flora London Marathon on 17th April.

We're back online! Sorry we weren't available for a while. This was due to our provider Ghoulnet having another hardware failure but this time they weren't able to supply us with alternative space to rebuild our site to. Instead, we had to pay to upgrade to their new service under the new GNhosting banner. How convenient for them!

The English Schools XC championships took place on the 12th March at a rather chilly Norfolk Showground. Top finisher was Kelvin Hardy with a third place in the Senior Boys race. Well done to all those Harriers who represented Suffolk:- John Bird, Elliot Palmer, Chris Rooke, Luke Hardy, Andrew Rooke, Kelvin Hardy, Chris Spahett, Louise Prowse, Alice Simpson, Ellie Sprake, Becky Welbourne and Lizzie Hicks

Glynn Thomas had a good run at the Bungay 20k on 20th February finishing in 6th place and 2nd V40.

Congratulations to Sam Jacobs and Claire Holme who picked up individual bronze medals in their Junior races at the National Cross Country Championships at Birmingham on 19th February 2005.

Eastern Indoor Athletics Championships - Report from Ricky Hanley, 18/2/05
A small squad of 5 Ipswich Harriers traveled to Kings Lynn for the Eastern Indoor Athletic Championship and come away with 7 medals. First event of the day was the under 17 women long jump and for Geogina Malster competing in this age group for the the first time. Conditions were far from perfect in a very cold indoor arena, however Geogina completely dominated the competion winning the gold medal with a jump 4.93. In the under 11 age group ex gymnast Charlotte Shelly took the gold medal in the long jump and her first ever indoor event. She also took siver in the 60m sprint with a time of 9.5. Fellow ex gymnast Charlotte Cattermole jumped 3.81 in the under 13 girls long jump to take the silver medal. Coached by Ron Jones, Charlotte also won the gold medal in the 60m hurdles with a time of 10.5 in what was a very impresive display for such a young athlete. Nathan Hanley in his first year at under 17 men took the gold medal in the long jump with a leap of 5.87 and went on to win gold in the triple jump. Jumping 12.06m,a clear meter and a half further than the second placed athlete . Nathan and Geogina, both of Kesgrave high school have recently been selected to train with Great Britain international Philips Idowu and national jump coach John Herbert. This means traveling to Haringay in london every saturday morning but it is clearly paying off and both athletes who are very much looking to the next two years in the under 17 age group.

Congratulations Becky Welbourn, Elliot Palmer, Daniel Palmer and Michael Fuller who all won their age group categories in the Suffolk Winter League.

The final race of the local cross country league took place at Stowmarket on 13th February 2005. Michael Fuller rounded off a good league season with another 'first Harrier home' in 12th place but was only 10 seconds ahead of Kevin Pierce who enjoyed his best finishing position of the season. Wendy Sealey has had a good season and was again first Harrier home, this time in 11th place. Elizabeth Welbourn had her best run of the season in 19th spot. We rather dominated the junior race winning the both the boys and girls individual and team events. Chris Rooke had his second win of the season and there was a third 2nd place finish for Elliot Palmer. We also took the first two places in the girls race with the win going to Louise Prowse and second place to Becky Welbourn. The final league positions were 5th place for the seniors, 1st place for the boys and 2nd spot for the girls. Well done to all those that turned out during the season, a good club effort. And a big 'thank you' must go to Colleen Fuller, Gill Arbon and Paul Rutter for their help and support during the season.

Congratulations to Sam Jacobs who picked up an individual silver medal in the junior race at the Southern XC championships at Parliament Hill on 29th January. He was closely followed home by Kelvin Hardy who just missed out on a medal in fourth place.

The first race of the New Year was the fourth round of the local cross country league at Bury St Edmunds on 2nd January. We were unable to field a full men's team so lost out on points and have now dropped a place to fourth in the table. Those that did turn out for the men were all juniors and put up a good performance. First home was Michael Fuller in 5th followed by Alex Wold in 9th. Another junior, Laura O'Dell, had a great run to win the ladies race and Becky Welbourn was first girl in the junior race.

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2004
A number of athletes travelled to Belgium for the Lotto Brussels Crosscup on the 19th December 2004. Claire Holme celebrated her last race as a junior with another win to round of a very good year for her. Kelvin Hardy had a good run for 3rd place in the junior men's race,

Well done to Claire Holme who was first GB runner home in 10th place in the junior women's race at Spar European Cross Country Championships in Germany on 12th December. It was also a good result for the team which finished in second place and so brought home silver medals.

The third round of the local cross country league at Woodbridge on 5th December saw another good club turn out and a changed course run over a single lap rather than the normal two laps. Glynn Thomas was again first home for us, this time in 9th, with Michael Fuller his customary two places behind in 11th. There was a fine debut in the senior race for junior Chris Spashet who finished 14th. First home in the ladies race was Wendy Sealy in 9th place. There were good wins in the junior races for Becky Welbourn and Chris Rooke (with brother Andrew close on his heels in 2nd). The boys won the team event. In the overall standings, the Seniors are in 3rd place, the Boys in 1st place and the Girls in 2nd place.

Congratulations to Kelvin Hardy who won the Under 20 Men's race at Reebok Challenge race at Liverpool on 4th December.

We had another good turn out for the second meeting of the local cross country league at Bungay on 21st November. The recent cold weather meant the ground was fairly hard. It was a similar Harrier's result to the previous round with Glynn Thomas first home in 8th place closely followed by Michael Fuller in 10th place. First home in the ladies race was Wendy Sealy in 10th place. The girls and boys won their team events in the junior race with Becky Welbourn winning the girl's race and brothers Elliot and Daniel Palmer in second and third place in the boy's race.

Claire Holme continued her great start to the cross country season with a victory in the junior women's race at the Reebok Challenge at Parliament Hill on 20th November. The traditional uphill start had been removed so that the course was a more accurate reflection of the one to be used for the European Championships that this was also a qualifier for. There was still plenty of the familiar mud though. Claire now goes on to represent Great Britain in Heringsdorf, Germany on 11th December. Well done and good luck.

Well done to Tom Sharland who made his debut for the senior England team for the cross country international at Margate on 14th November. Tom ran well and was third scorer for England and fifth overall. The team won the event.

Congratulations to our U20 men's team of Matt Barnes-Smith, Kelvin Hardy and Sam Jacobs for winning the National Cross Country Relays at Mansfield on 7th November. We didn't get off to an ideal start when Matt was pushed into a tree leaving us in 10th place after the first leg but close enough to the leaders for Kelvin and Sam to work us through to first place. This repeated our win from last year.

There was a good Harrier turn out for the first race of the local cross country league at Framlingham on 31st October. It was a tough course to start the season off with very deep mud in places. Glynn Thomas put in a good performance in his first run in a Harrier's vest to be first club member home in 10th place. Michael Fuller showed great stamina to finish 16th having made the trip back from University via working a nightshift and very little sleep. First home in the ladies race was Wendy Sealy in 12th place. In the junior race the boys were first team and had brothers Elliot and Daniel Palmer in second and third place overall. Rebecca Mayo-Jennings had a good run to come home first girl.

Congratulations to Claire Holme on a fine run to win the junior women's race at the Reebok Cross Challenge at Birmingham on 30th October. Kelvin Hardy also ran well for second place in the junior men's race. Tom's 12th place finish in the senior race earned him a call up to the senior team for the international race at Margate on 14th November.

Congratulations to Matt Barnes-Smith on a comfortable win at the Martlesham 10k on 10th October on a rather blustery day. There was also a fine 6th place for Alex Wold, a past fun run winner, now making the step up to the full distance. In Alex's place, victory in the fun run went to James Hicks to add to victories in a number of fun runs this year.

Congratulations to James Calvert on a fine third place on his debut over the distance at the Felixstowe half marathon on 3rd October. James was also awarded senior county champion due to the first two places being filled by veteran runners.

Matt Gisby made the trip up to Nottingham for the Robin Hood half marathon on 12th September and was rewarded with a pb of 1:34.

Ekiden Champions.The Ekiden is a relay race for teams of 6 participants which covers the marathon distance (26.2 miles) with the 6 legs being 7.2k,5k,10k,5k,10k,5k. Harriers entered three teams for this year's event held at Woodbridge School on 1st August 2004 and came away with overall victory with the team comprising Matt Barnes-Smith, Kelvin Hardy, Sam Jacobs, Paul Graham, Tom Sharland and Alex Wold. The second Harrier team to finish included James McNally, Ollie Barrett, Steve Hicks, Claire Holme and Richard Wold with an impressive 6th spot. The final Harriers team of Liam Rutter, Wendy Sealey, Matt Gisby, Andrea McNally, James Calvert and Michael Fuller also performed well and managed 12th place. A very enjoyable event and a great victory

Congratulations to Claire Holme on her third place in the U20 Women's 5000m at the Norwich Union World Junior Trials AAA Championships at Bedford on 27th June.

Congratulations to Richard Wold on his third place in the County 5k Track Championships on 21st June at Northgate.

The third round of the Friday 5 series was hosted by Ipswich Jaffa and held at Claydon on 11th June. The junior run was a repeat of Kirton with James Hicks in first place and Jonny Palmer hot on his heels in 2nd. As the race was a lot shorter than billed James then decided to make his debut at 5 miles and put in a strong performance to finish first Harrier in 34 minutes with Club President Martin Buis next home in 35 minutes.

Kelvin Hardy and Claire Holme were invited to take part in the Loughborough International on 6th June. Kelvin had a cracking run in the 1500m breaking the 4 minute barrier with 3:56 and Claire continued her good form with a 9:37 in the 3000m. Well done.

The Friday 5 mile road race series started on 28th May with the Kirton event. The accompanying junior run was won by James Hicks with Jonny Palmer close behind in 2nd. Well done.

Report from Mike Oakley, 25/5/04
NJAL Grand Prix
Disappointing News
Anticipating that Kerry Dixon would consolidate her position in the NJAL Grand Prix rankings on Sunday at PArliament Hills, it came as a huge disappointment to hear that Kerry had sustained an ankle injury competing at Watford on Saturday. Having achieved a new personal best in the High Jump Kerry must have been hoping to possibly make the top three on Sunday. It wasn't to be and with the Harriers team decimated also by GCSE candidates withdrawing and yet another clash with EAL, Rachel had the hard task of managing a team of one. Kerry Fuller was magnificent leaving her revision tent three times to collect 17 points from a maximum possible 21. She was supported by a full team of officials and we anticipate that when the final results are published, Harriers might not finish last. Herts Phoenix were runaway winners again and take the league very seriously filling most events with A and B runners.

Report from Mike Oakley, 22/5/04
Kerry Dixon
15 yr.old Kerry Dixon of Ipswich Harriers currently stands in 4th place in the National Junior Athletic League Grand Prix competition. The competition is open to athletes from England, Scotland and Wales who are aged between 15 and 19 and is scored for performance in three events at three of the four League fixtures throughout the season. Competing for Ipswich in the Thames Division Kerry ran 100 metres in 13.1 seconds, 200m in 26.6s and High Jumped 1.50 metres. At the end of the season, the leading eight athletes are invited to Derby to compete head to head for the Grand Prix trophy. 16 yr old Hayley Todd is also doing well in the competition currently in 18th place. For both girls this is a remarkable performance against athletes from some of the best athletics clubs in the UK and most of whom will be considerably older than the Ipswich pair.. The remaining qualifying fixtures are on 23 May at Parliament Hills in London, 20 June at Ipswich and 25 July at Woodford Green.

The first two SML meetings were in May and held at Ipswich. This is the first time they've been held in Ipswich for a couple of years because of track restrictions. The jump pits were moved outside the track making it possible to meet UK Athletics requirements and hold meetings at the Northgate track. We had a strong turnout for the second meeting and won the event thanks partly to wins by Ben Higgins, Dan Scurrell, Michael Fuller, Liam Rutter, Jason McDade and Chris Snook. The next meeting is at Haringay on 26th June.

The London Marathon for 2004 was wet and windy but didn't prevent some good club performances from Steve Hicks(3:04), David Sealy(3:55) and Wendy Sealy(3:58). Here's to better conditions next year.

Claire Holme ran for the Junior Women’s Norwich Union GB team at IAAF World Cross Country Championships in Brussels on 20th March and finished 88th. The following was part of a report of the event on the UK Athletics website:-
Claire Holme, a Birmingham University student whose home is in Ipswich and who competes for Ipswich Harriers, was 88th in 23:39 on her GB debut. She said: “So many times I really didn’t think that I was going to finish but I thought ‘I can’t drop out’. I have a cold all week which has been getting me down. I am just really pleased I finished as I didn’t think I was going to at one point. It was tough.”

The Reebok UK Inter-Counties Cross Country Championships took place in Nottingham on 6th March. There was a fine run by Claire Holme in the U20 women's race with a third place finish which earned her selection for the team for the World XC Champs in Brussels. Kelvin Hardy added another medal to this season's collection with a second place in the U17 men's race.

Congratulations Katy Sealy, Matt Harrison and Elliot Palmer who all won their age group categories in the Suffolk Winter League.

The final round of the local cross country league took place at Bungay on 22nd February. First senior home was Kevin Pierce in 25th place a few seconds ahead of junior runner Liam Rutter in 26th place. Wendy Sealy finished in 9th place in the ladies race and was first Harrier home in all the ladies races this season. There was a 2nd place finish for Matt Harrison in the junior race.

The ECCA National Cross Country Championships at Leeds on 21st February provided us with some more medals with Kelvin Hardy finishing third in the U17 men's race and Tom Sharland third in the U20 men's race. The U20 team of Tom, Sam Jacobs, Matt Barnes-Smith and Paul Graham also finished third team.

The fourth round of the local cross country league took place at Stowmarket on 25th January. First senior home was Kevin Pierce in 19th place followed by junior runner James McNally in 25th place. Wendy Sealy continued her run of being first Harrier in the ladies race, this time in 8th place. There were wins for Matt Harrison and Becky Welbourne in the junior race.

Congratulations to our South of England County Cross Country Champions:-
   Tom Sharland   Kelvin Hardy
We were treated to good cross country conditions at Parliament Hill on 24th January with the sun shining most of the day and a tough but not as waterlogged a course as has been the norm in recent years. Our U20 men had a good day with Tom Sharland, Sam Jacobs, Ben Spashett and Paul Graham collecting team silver. The foundation for this was laid by Tom's victory in the race followed home in second by Sam. There was also a win for Kelvin Hardy in the U17 men's race. Well done to everyone that took part and thanks to everyone that came and supported.

Congratulations to our Suffolk County Cross Country Champions:-
   Alice Simpson   Laura Dowsing   Matt Barnes-Smith   Tom Sharland   Laura O'Dell   Kelvin Hardy
It was a good day out for Harriers at the Suffolk Cross Country Championships at West Stow on 4th January 2004 with individual victories in 6 of the 10 races being contested and three team wins. Alice Simpson followed up her victory at the last local league meeting with a win in the first race of the day for U13 girls. This was soon followed by comfortable wins for Laura Dowsing in the U15 girls and Matt Barnes-Smith in the U20 men. Tom Sharland repeated his success of last season with victory in the senior men's race. There was a fine run by Laura O'Dell running as a first year U20 in the combined senior and U20 ladies race which saw her win the race outright beating many experienced runners in the process. Kelvin Hardy finished the day of in style with a win in the U17 men's race. Well done to everyone that took part.

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2003
The third round of the local cross country league took place at Bury on 21st December. We were a bit depleted for this one so didn't score too well. First senior home was Kevin Pierce in 22nd place. Wendy Sealy was our only runner in the ladies race. There was a win for Alice Simpson in the junior girls race and a second place for Matt Harrison in the boys race.

Sam Jacobs and Matthew Barnes-Smith ran for the junior Norwich Union GB Team at the 10th Spar European Cross Country Championships on the 14th December 2003 in Edinburgh. Sam finished 22nd and Matt 26th. The following was part of a report of the event on the UK Athletics website:- Sam JACOBS, who was born in Ipswich, studies at Birmingham University, runs for Ipswich Harriers and finished 22nd in 21:38, said: “I ran OK. I was quite pleased with the result. I wanted to be in the top 20. It was a very physical race. But I liked the course; it was excellent. The Team bunched well but on another day maybe we could do better with some of us in the top ten or 15. The crowd was great, especially in the latter stages when the going gets tough. That really helps you.”
Matthew BARNES-SMITH, who lives in Bury St Edmunds, runs for Ipswich Harriers and was 26th in 21:43, said: “It was different. It was not so much that it was hard but that in the first half, the field was so bunched that I couldn’t run and had to hold back. It’s not the best idea to hit the front at the start but at least if I had I would have been able to run freely. It was a race of two halves. It felt like I was not doing anything for the first half and then ran a 3km race. I really enjoyed it. The support was excellent.”

The second round of the local cross country league took place at Woodbridge on 7th December. There was another good Harriers turnout and first senior home was Steve Hicks in 15th place with Kevin Pierce in hot pursuit in 18th place. Wendy Sealy was the leading Harrier in the ladies race. A number of junior raced the previous day in the school's race at RHS but of those that turned out for this one, Elliot Palmer and Sophie James were first Harriers home.

Following their performance in the European trials at Reebok, Liverpool, Matt Barnes-Smith and Sam Jacobs have been selected to run for the Norwich Union GB Team for European Cross Country Championships in Edinburgh on Sunday 14th December. Well done and good luck.

There were some outstanding cross country performances by Harriers at the Reebok event at Liverpool on 22nd November. In the U20 race, which was also a European Championships trial, Matt Barnes-Smith put in a fine effort for third place closely followed by Sam Jacobs in fifth place. There was another great run from Kelvin Hardy who tasted victory in the U17 men's race.

Congratulations to Claire Holme and Kelvin Hardy who were both selected to represent England in the U20 International races held during the Reebok Challenge cross country races held at Margate on the 16th November. Kelvin was runner-up and first England runner home in his race and Claire was sixth and second scorer in her race. Well done.

There was a great result for Harriers at the National cross country relays at Mansfield on 8th November with a win for Tom Sharland, Sam Jacobs and Matt Barnes-Smith in the U20 men. Well done lads! Tome and Sam also shared the fastest time for all stages. There was also a fastest time for Kelvin Hardy in the U17 men and a second fastest for Claire Holme in the U20 women.

The local cross country season started with the traditional Suffolk Winter League race at Framlingham on 2nd November. The conditions were fairly traditional as well with hills, mud and wind greeting the competitors. First Harrier home in the senior race was junior Alex Wold in 16th place making his first appearance in the main race having been a prolific winner of the junior race in the past. Next home was new member Aza Row in 21st. The ladies were well represented and were led home by the experienced Andrea McNally in 9th place with the improving Kelly Mayhew one place behind Andrea. Hannah Arbon was another junior making the move up to the senior race and managed a fine 20th place. There was a win for Ellie Sprake in the junior girls race and a third place for Matt Harrison in the boys race.

A number of athletes travelled to Birmingham for the second Reebok Cross Challenge on 1st November Top placing went to Kelvin Hardy who finished 2nd in the U17 men's race.

Matt and Will Barnes-Smith made the long trip north to Falkirk, Scotland to take part in the first Reebok Cross Challenge on 18th October and had good runs in their respective races.

The first day of the SEAA 6 stage Road Relays at Aldershot proved a frustrating one for our senior team as they got stuck on the M25 on the way there and the five and a half hour journey meant that they missed the start and had to be content with being allowed to all run during the last leg. A long way to go for what turned out to be a training run. Things picked up on the second day with the U17 men's team of Joe Thompson, Jack Walker, Alex Wold and Kelvin Hardy finishing 7th.

National Junior League report from Mike Oakley:- "With a much depleted team the 1 Junior and 4 Under 17 women went to Copthall on Sunday to contest the Southern Promotion Match of the National Junior League. Against some of the very best Junior Women in the South of England they all covered their maximum permitted events and scored a fine 99pts finishing 6th. With 4 athletes crying off on Tuesday and a further two on Sunday morning the remaining athletes generated a truly amazing team spirit and did their team manager and loyal band of supporters proud. The intrepid 5 held the Ipswich flag high and showed a magnificent example to those athletes who have yet to realise just how good athletics can be. Well done to all."

National Junior League report from Mike Oakley:- "Harriers Under 20 Women ended the League with a 100% record finishing 7 points ahead of their nearest rivals. They have now qualified for the Southern Promotion match at Copthall. There they will compete against the team who finish 7th in the Premier Division, the 4 other Division winners and the best 2 of the runner up. The match will be on 14th September. A great achievement."

Ekiden Champions.  Harriers entered two teams for the Ekiden marathon six stage relay held at Woodbridge School on 27th July 2003 and came away with overall victory with the team comprising Steve Hicks, Ollie Barrett, Tom Sharland, Kelvin Hardy, Sam Jacobs and Matt Barnes-Smith. The second team of Kelly Mayhew, Ian Ling, Kevin Peirce, Matt Gisby, Paul Cardy and Russell Simpson put in a good effort as well and were first B team home in 12th place overall. Although the winning margin of four minutes sounds comfortable it was in fact a close fought affair with Harriers only taking the lead at the end of the fourth leg but once there were able to gradually stretch out their lead. A very enjoyable event and a great victory.

Well done to Ben Higgins who made it through to the 400m semi-final stage at the IAAF World Youth Championships held in Canada from 9-13th July 2003 where he finished 5th in 49.40.

Congratulations to Matt Barnes-Smith on his 3rd place in the 3000m at the U20 International match in Nove, Italy on Saturday 5 July in a fine time of 8:28.39.

Congratulations to Matt Barnes-Smith and Ben Higgins who have been selected for the Norwich Union Great Britain and Northern Ireland U20 and youth teams respectively. Matt has been selected to run in the 3000m at the International match in Nove, Italy on Saturday 5 July. The Norwich Union GB Under 20 Team will take on the Italian National Under 20 Team and an Italian regional team. Ben has ben selected to run in the 400m at the third IAAF World Youth Championships in Sherbrooke, Canada, on 9-13 July 2003.

The Anglian Schools meeting on Saturday 21st June has been switched from Norwich to Kings Lynn.

Well done to Ben Higgins who was selected to run in the 400m and 4 x 400m relay for the GB U20 team at the Loughborough International on 8th June. Ben ran in the invitational 400m B race and finished 3rd in 48.56s. It was a shame the event wasn't televised this year.

The SWL were on the road again for a meeting in Windsor on 17th May and managed to finish a place higher than their last outing but there's still lots to be done to get back to winning ways. The next day was UKNYAL at Tonbridge and another good 2nd place for the juniors.

We had our first meeting in the new UKNYAL at Bexley on 4th May and came away with a fine 2nd place to the host club. The previous day the SML team travelled to Battersea where they struggled to last place.

The track & field league season started for Harriers over the last weekend in April and rather stretched resources with three meetings to contest. There were some good early season performances from the U13 girls at the SWL at Luton on the Saturday but lack of seniors meant a last place in the match. It was EAL and NJL on Sunday and a good result for the women at the NJL at Ilford as they won their match. The EAL at Norwich saw us finish 2nd.

Congratulations to Steve Hicks(3:10) and Georgina Townsend(4:01) on completing the 2003 Flora London marathon on 13th April in what was lovely weather for spectators but a bit warm for the runners. Thanks to family, friends and Harriers that travelled down and supported them on the day. A good day out.

A number of athletes travelled to London for an early season track outing at Crystal Palace on 6th April. They were attending the 23rd Young Athletes meeting hosted by Hercules Wimbledon AC. Nicole Sadler set a new meeting record of 25.3s in the U15 girls 200m and was also quickest over 100m. There were also a win for De’Onte Green in the long jump with a jump of 6.56m

Well done to Sam Jacobs, Kelvin Hardy and Laura Dowsing who were on international cross country duty at events over the weekend of 29th/30th March. Sam represented Great Britain at the 31st IAAF World XC championships in Lausanne, Switzerland where he finished 93rd. Kelvin and Laura were in Dublin representing English Schools in the SIAB XC International in Dublin against the home countries. Kelvin who was 3rd in the Intermediate Boys race and was given the same time as the 2nd place runner in a close race. Laura was 6th in the Junior Girls race. Laura and Kelvin also helped their team to victory in their races.

Change of date - The first EAL track meeting at Norwich has been put back a week to the 27th April.

Please note: The service provider, Ghoulnet, for this site had a hardware error which resulted in the Harriers website being wiped out. There appears to have been no back up for the data and so the site has had to be rebuilt under a new account. This means the email address has changed slightly so needs updating if stored on your email system. Please get in touch if anything is missing. Thanks.

Well done to all Harriers that took part in the English Schools National Cross Country Championships at Stanmer Park, Sussex on 8th March. Highlight of the day had to be Sam Jacob's victory in the Senior Boys race. This has also ensured Sam's well deserved selection for the World Championships in Switzerland at the end of March. There were also third place medals for Laura Dowsing in the Junior Girls and Kelvin Hardy in the Intermediate Boys. Well done to Laura and Kelvin who also gained England vests for a forthcoming home countries international in Dublin for their performances.

Well done to all Harriers that took part in the National XC Championships at Parliament Hill on 22nd February. In a very close race Matt Barnes-Smith was a fine third place in the U17 boys race although was given the same time as the 2nd place finisher. There was also a strong run in the junior men's race by Sam Jacobs who finished fourth.

Well done to all Harriers that represented Suffolk in the inter-counties cross country at Nottingham on 8th February. Tom Sharland's 11th place finish in the senior men's race was the best ever result by a Suffolk runner in that category. Matt Barnes-Smith justed missed out on a medal finishing in fourth place in the U17 race.

Congratulations to Nigel Allison, Hannah Arbon, Becky Welbourn and Alex Wold who all won their age group categories in the Suffolk Winter League. The junior girls walked off with the team trophy having won all their fixtures and owed much to the contributions made by Becky Welbourn, Ellie Sprake, Hannah Arbon and Elizabeth Morrison but well done to all those that turned out for the club.

The final XC league race took place at Stowmarket on 26th January. There was a strong run from junior Laura O'Dell in the senior race which saw her finish 3rd lady. Next home in 6th place was Andrea McNally who was running her 3rd race in a week, having run in the midweek Anglian league as well as last weekend's league race at Bungay. Alex Wold remained undefeated for the season winning his fourth junior race in a row. The junior girls team made it a clean sweep for the season with another victory at Stowmarket. a row

Well done to Sean Foster, Oliver Barrett, Deonte Green, Nicole Sadler and Ben Higgins for their efforts at the AAA Junior Indoor Championships in Birmingham on 25th & 26th January. Ben Higgins made it through to the final of the 200m where he finished 6th and Deonte Green was 5th in the long jump.

Congratulations to Matt Barnes-Smith who represented England at the XXI Cross Internacional De Italica in Seville on 19th January and finished in 5th place.

Tom Sharland followed up his victory at the county champs with an impressive 5th place at the Reebok Cross Challenge at Cardiff on 19th January. There were also strong runs from Sam Jacobs who was 2nd in the junior men's race and Laura Dowsing who was 2nd in the U15 girl's race.

The fourth XC league race was at Bungay. The junior girls were top team again but there was a change at the front as Ellie Sprake(2nd) got the better of Becky Welbourn(3rd) this time. Alex Wold made it three wins in a row in the junior boy's race although the team could only manage 2nd place this time. There were top ten finishes in the ladies race for Kelly Mayhew(7th) and Andrea McNally(9th). Nigel Allison repeated his 5th place from Bury in the men's race and was followed by Michael Fuller who had a strong run to finish 10th.

Congratulations to Tom Sharland on winning the Senior Men's title at the Suffolk County XC Champs at the first attempt having moved up from the junior ranks. There were also wins for Sam Jacobs(U20), Matt Barnes-Smith(U17), Claire Holme(U20) and Laura Dowsing(U15). The U20 and U17 men's teams and the U15 girl's teams were also victorious. Well done to everyone that took part - a good turnout.

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2002
The third XC league race was at Bury at the end of December. Alex Wold made it two wins in a row in the junior boy's race. The junior girls team continued their unbeaten run in the league and were led home by Becky Welbourn(2nd) and Ellie Sprake(3rd). The senior men's team had their best result for a long time finishing 2nd with first man home being Nigel Allison in an excellent 5th place.

A few athletes had a pre-Christmas trip to Belgium for the Lotto Brussels Crosscup on 22nd December. Highest finisher was Laura Dowsing who was 3rd in the U15 girl's race.

We have received the following information regarding the Bildeston 10km and Half Marathon road races:-
Due to unforeseen problems with the venue for the Bildeston 10km and Half Marathon races on 16 March 2003, it has been necessary to cancel. It is hoped to run the races next year.

The second XC league race was at Woodbridge and saw a return to the traditional course with the popular sand dune. Nigel Allison made a welcome return from injury to lead home the men's team finishing in 21st place. Laura O'Dell, who is still a junior, made her debut at the senior distance and put in a fine performance to finish 5th. Congratulations to Becky Welbourn and Alex Wold who won their junior races and were well supported to enable team wins for both the girls and boys. Becky was followed home by Ellie Sprake in 2nd place as Harriers dominated the junior race.

Tom Sharland has been selected for the Norwich Union Great Britain & Northern Ireland Team for the European Cross Country Championships in Medulin, Croatia on Sunday 8 December.

There were fine wins for Tom Sharland and Matt Barnes-Smith at the Reebok Cross Challenge at Margate on 17th November. Tom's came in the junior men and Matt's in the U17 men. There was also a good second place finish for Laura Dowsing in the U15 girls.

Congratulations to Sam Jacobs and Claire Holme who represented England at the Lotto CrossCup Van Vlaanderen in Ghent, Belgium, on 3rd November. Sam finished 7th in the junior men's race and Claire 14th in the junior women's race. Matt Barnes-Smith was also competing but for the South of England team and finished 8th in the junior men's race.

The local cross country season started with the traditional Suffolk Winter League race at Framlingham. Gale force winds had damaged a few trees around the course forcing a need to shorten the course for saftey reasons. Everyone coped well with the blustery conditions and there were noteworthy performances by junior Michael Fuller who was 9th in the senior race and Hannah Arbon who was 1st in the junior ladies race. The girls team also finished in 1st place thanks in part to a strong run from Becky Welbourn to take 2nd place. Kelly Mayhew was first lady home in 9th place.

A number of athletes travelled to Liverpool for the first Reebok Cross Challenge of the season. Top placings went to Matt Barnes-Smith who finished 2nd in the U17 men's and Laura Dowsing who was 3rd in the U15 girl's race.

We put in a late entry for the Ekiden marathon relay on 28th July 2002 organised by Ipswich Jaffa and came away with a creditable 6th place in the Men's Open category. We entered a mixed team of Ian Ling, Marie Shirley, Kevin Pierce, Andrea McNally, Steve Hicks and Laura Anderson but had to compete in the men's open as there was no mixed category. It was very hot and much water was thrown about to keep our runners cool. Thanks to our support crew for that.

There was a good turnout for the National Junior league meeting at Ipswich on 28th July with a lot of the girls having already competed the previous day in the SWL. Despite this and another hot day they performed well and finished 2nd in their match. The boys managed a creditable 3rd place in their match.

There was another good effort by the SWL team, this time at Bury on 27th July where they finished 2nd by five points. There were some outstanding performances on a hot day and included pbs for Hayley Todd (discus), Kirsty Thorndyke (triple jump), and Lizzie Hicks (hammer & hurdles).

EAL 11th August 2002 - change of venue Due to UK Athletics rules introduced this year we've been forced to give up the EAL meeting planned for 11th August 2002 at Ipswich as the jumping areas are inside the track at Ipswich. The meeting will now be hosted by Norwich. This means another trip and loss of revenue for our club.

The SWL team travelled to Eton Manor on 6th July with an under strength team but still managed to finish an impressive 2nd place, only 7 points behind the winners. Louise Gregory was kept busy doing six events and Amy Wilson had three A string wins in the throws to lead the way in the seniors. There was also a pb for Louise Morgan in the 200m. In the U15s there were pbs for Emily Beckett in the discus and Kerry Fuller in the hurdles. The team will be looking to get back to winning ways for the next meeting on 27th July at Bury.

There was a great performance by Eric Phillips, Mike Moir and Steve Hicks at the Eastern Vets league meeting on 3rd July where they managed to finish 2nd in the men's match. They had to do 6, 5 and 9 events respectively to achieve this. The final meeting will be in Great Yarmouth on 7th August should anyone else care to join them.

Well done to Lizzie Hicks for being fastest girl in the Harwich junior handicap road race on 2nd July. The next Harwich senior 5k and junior handicap races are on 23rd July.

All London Marathon sponsorship has now been collected and Christina Ennis and Steve Hicks would like to thank all those that contributed towards the final total of £876.50.

SML 13th July 2002 - change of venue

Due to UK Athletics rules introduced this year we've been forced to move the SML meeting on 13th July 2002 from Ipswich to Bury St Edmunds as the jumping areas are inside the track at Ipswich. Unlike at Ipswich, there is no seating or shelter available at Bury. Also, we are not permitted to offer Heather Bennett's fantastic refreshments service which is a loss to the athletes and spectators and an invaluable source of income for our club. Click here for details about the Bury St Edmunds track via the splendid UK running track directory (always like to finish on a positive note).

Well done to Tom Sharland, Sam Jacobs, Jermaine Bernard, Ollie Barrett and Chris McManus who took part in the AAA Under 20 Championships on the weekend of 29/30 June in Bedford. Top performance came from Tom in the 5000m with a win in a time of 14m32.2s

We had a good club performance at the EAL on the 16th June at Colchester. We were 1st or 2nd in all age groups and came away as overall winners of the meeting. Well done to Louise Morgan who set new U17 Women records in the 100m (12.5s) and 200m (27.4s).

Well done to everyone who took part in the Jubilee Trophy meeting at Northgate on 9th June. The turnout may not have been very high but there were some quality performances and five meeting records set. The Harriers setting records were Sarah Thomas in the junior women's discus with 26.44m and Tom McCarthy in the U13 boys 70m hurdles in a time of 15.8s. Former Harrier Jason McDade, now competing for Woodford Green, set a new men's record of 2.05m in the high jump. Two more men's records were broken by K. Tufton of Havering Mayes in the pole vault with 4.00m and by J. Lundman of Newham & Essex Beagles in the javelin with 62.05m. Full results are available in the RESULTS section.

The SWL team continued there good form with a fine win by nearly 50 points at their meeting in London on 8th June. The SML team had to settle for another fifth place for their trip to the city.

From the Suffolk County website - The 5 Kilometre Track County Championships will be held at the Northgate Track Ipswich on 17th June 2002. The "B" race will start at 7.30pm. The ladies race at 8.00pm and "A" race at 8.30pm.

Congratulations to Andrea McNally, Marie Shirley and Christina Ennis who won the ladies team prize at the Ipswich Jaffa 5 mile race on 26th May. First Harrier home for the men was junior Neil Gillingham who was making his debut at the distance.

Congratulations to Alex Wold who won the 1.5 mile fun run that took place before the Kirton 5 mile race on 24th May. James Hicks was 8th in the same event. It was a bit wet and windy at times but the conditions didn't stop Rob Clayton and Steve Hicks having good runs in the 5 mile race.

The NYAL boys team had a convincing win at the second league fixture at Basildon on 19th May much to the delight of new team manager Garfield Hunt.

There was another fine performance by the SWL team on 18th May at Parliament Hill which saw them finish second by two points. The SML team had little to show for a long trip to Southampton finishing fifth.

Same place, same time but a new route for the Woodbridge 10k road race this year. It was still run as a two lap race but in the opposite direction, which meant an uphill finish, with a loop which required crossing a mainish road taken out. Harrier's President Martin Buis turned out for this one and was joined by Andrea McNally who finished first V40 and Steve Hicks. There was a good turnout for this and the junior 1.6k race which James Hicks finished 7th in.

There will be some guest coaches for specific events at the track in May and June. See fixtures for dates and put name on list in hut if interested.

Congratulations to Alex Wold who won the Young Athletes 1 mile road race at Felixstowe on the 6th May in a time of 5:26. James Hicks was 6th in the same event. The main race was the traditional 5 mile race over five laps with a bit of hillwork required. The sun was out and there was a bit of a breeze coming off the sea so good conditions and good runs from Marie Shirley, Rob Clayton and Steve Hicks.

The SML team had their first match of the season at Kingston on 4th May but could only manage fifth spot.

The senior and U17 men won their matches at the first EAL at Norwich on April 28th. Harriers finished third overall.

Sue Tunaley's SWL team got off to a flying start winning their first meeting of the season on 27th April by a staggering 105 points. Well done to all the athletes involved

Congratulations to Christina Ennis, and Steve Hicks on completing the 2002 flora london marathon. Inter Counties - Nottingham - 9th February 2002 A very windy day but a good running surface and the chance of being seen on TV as Sky Sports were covering all the races. The first race of the day was the U20 men and we were treated to another fine run from Tom Sharland as he finished second to Middlesex's Mohamed Farah. Sam Jacobs followed up his win at Parliament Hill with a good third place run in the U17s race. Well done to all the Harriers that represented Suffolk, a good day's racing.

Junior International - Portugal - 27th January Tom Sharland was a member of the Norwich Union Great Britain & Northern Ireland Team that won the annual Junior's Triangular Cross Country International Match in Lisbon against Portugal and Spain. Tom led home the GBR contingent in the junior men's race finishing fourth in 23:59 in a race won by Carlos Silva (Portugal) in 23:34. Well done Tom.

SEAA Championships - Parliament Hill - 26th January 2002 Extremely wet and muddy conditions and an undulating course on Hampstead Heath made for some tough races. The highlight of the day for Harriers was Sam Jocob's win in the U17 race. Sam took the lead early in the race and gradually pulled away from the rest of the field eventually winning by nearly a minute. Sam was well supported by the rest of the team and they only missed out on team gold by one point. Well done to everyone that took part.

Well done to those that turned out at the Suffolk County XC Champs at West Stow on 6th January 2002. There were wins on the day for Joe Thompson, Tom Sharland, Claire Holmes and Sam Jacobs. Good luck to everyone selected for the inter-counties in February.

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2001
Congratulations to Paul Cardy on his win at the Ipswich Jaffa Boxing Day 2mile run at Ipswich Rugby Club. Other Harriers who got up for this one were Kevin Peirce 3rd , Neil Gillingham 4th, Steve Neeve 7th, Mark Dickenson 9th, Eric Phillips and Gill Dickenson.

Tom Sharland represented Great Britain at the European Cross Country Champs on 9th December at Thun in Switzerland and came home with a team gold from the junior 6km race. Well done Tom.

Joe Mower didn't quite make it into the New Year's honours but did get presented with a long service award by the SEAA before the start of the cross country at Woodbridge on 25th November. Congratulations Joe and here's to the next 40 years.

Christinna Ennis and Kelly Mayhew will be looking to make their marathon debuts this year at the London Marathon having been awarded the club places.

National road relays 27th October 2001 Congratulations to the U17 boys team on their win at the relays at at the Nationals at Birmingham. The team was Sam Jacobs, Matthew Barnes-Smith and Ben Spashett.

Congratulations to Carl Convey on a fine win at the Martlesham 10k on 21st October in a time of 32:57 in rather damp conditions. Other Harriers there were 9th 37:46 Steve Hicks, 44th 43:10 Steve Neeve, 47th 43:58 Martin Buis. In the supporting 2.5k Fun Run Matthew Harrison was 2nd and James Hicks 4th.

Nowton Park Cross Country Relays 14th October 2001
Well done to everyone who took part and thanks to those that came and supported. A special thank you goes to Simon Clayton (and parents) for turning out at the last minute following an injury to another athlete. It was certainly a nice course and conditions to get us in the mood for the cross country season. Here's how we got on:- U15 Girls 2nd Hannah Arbon, Lizzie Hicks, Natasha Barnes-Smith U15 Boys 3rd Robert Harrington, James Hicks, Jason Keveren, Simon Clayton U17 Girls 2nd Vicky Scott, Rebecca Welbourn, Laura O'Dell Senior Women 3rd Kelly Mayhew, Georgina Townsend, Andrea McNally 12:34 Senior Men 4th Stephen Hicks, Kevin Peirce, Steven Neeve, Michael Person

SEAA road relays Congratulations to the U17 boys team on their win at the relays at Aldershot at the end of September and good luck at the Nationals on 27th October at Birmingham. The team was James McNally, Sam Jacobs, Matthew Barnes-Smith and Ben Spashett. A senior team including Tom Sharland, Carl Convey, James Calvert, Paul Cardy and Gordon Irvine did well enough to get an invitation to run at the Nationals as well.



A bit of a windy day for the Felixstowe Half Marathon on 7th October 2001 but good runs from Kevin and Christina never the less. Well done. 31st 01:29:44 Kevin Peirce, 184th 01:59:27 Christina Ennis

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