St. Bede's A.C. E-News
Well done to everyone who ran at the Brass Monkey
last weekend (I suspect it was Brass Monkey weather) and the 4th Winter League race at
Baildon this weekend.
Brass Monkey Results
163 Harry McGill 1:27:54, 260 Joe Masley (AKA Joe Pusley) 1:33:16, 411 Pete Huby 1:40:10, 438 Dianne Craven 1:41:11, 463 Richard Thompson 1:42:12, 473 Frank Masley 1:42:46, 745 Mick Mahoney 1:55:59 - 980 finished.
4th Winter League Race at Baildon
17 Louise McGechaen, 21 Helen Love, 36 Nicola Hudson, 38 Jayne Harte
3 Robin Lawrence, 28 Jack Verity, 39 Pete Pyrah, 49 Bob Pritchard, 57 Andy Hudson, 59 Neil Lloyd, 61 Andrew Baker, 72 Peter Crosland, 84 Harry McGill, 89 Pete Huby, 92 Dave Armstrong, 96 malcolm Chalmers, 111 Mick Twyman, 114 Tony harte, 122 Colin Huntley.
Well done to Andy Hudson for finally getting Robin to turn out (at the 4th attempt) and for bringing along 2 new recruits in Andrew Baker and Peter Crosland. For full race 4 results see http://www.stbedesac.pwp.blueyonder.co.uk/wywl4.pdf full series results visit http://idleac.co.uk
The races are coming thick and fast over the next few weeks. This Sunday there is the Dewsbury 10k and the Vets cross-country championships and on Saturday there's the Rombalds stride which Greg Collet is running. On Sunday evening there is the meal at the Aargrah at Shipley. On Sunday 12th the 1st vets race of the 2006 series takes place at Esholt (organised by Horsforth Harriers) have you registered yet? http://members.lycos.co.uk/yvaa/6GP-Entry-Form.htm and the following Sunday (19th) there is the final race of the Winter league series on an interesting course at Stainland.
Club trip to Belgium
As you may have seen in your club membership booklet (that's if you've paid your 2006 subscriptions which are now due) the club is again organising a trip to Belgium in the summer. The Itinerary will be
Friday 4th August meet Leeds/Bfd airport 17:00 for 18:00 flight to Amsterdam
Saturday 5th August 10mile or 7k trail race
Monday 7th August return flight to Leeds/Bfd 21:00
In 2004 the Sunday was spent riding tandems and visiting a water skiing display, in 2005 we went canoing and then had a barbeque. On the Monday we had a trip round Antwerp. Who knows what they've got lined up for us this year, but I'm sure it will again be a realy enjoyable weekend.
It might sound like a long way off but if we book the flights now we can get them for £48 return which is less than half what we finished up paying last year. So if you definitely want to go let me know and I'll book the tickets. You can still decide to go later on but the longer you leave it the more it's going to cost for the flights.