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Despite the name, the club participates in all disciplines of running, fell, cross country and road and welcomes applications from runners of all abilities to join us. If you are not sure if the club is for you, why not come to one of our training sessions or one of our regular pub runs. You will be under no obligation to join, but you will get a feel for the club and a better idea if the club is for you. You can merely turn up to a training session unannounced, but it would be better if you contacted our club secretary first (details on the contacts page) and let him know that you will be coming and he will make sure that whoever is leading the group will look out for you. If you are an absolute beginner to running, you too are most welcome to join us in one of our sessions, but please contact our secretary first and he will make sure that you will have a programme with which you are comfortable. Membership fees for the club are as follows:
  • Seniors
  • For members over the age of 18
  • £10/year
  • For runners of all abilities over the age of 18
  • For runners participating in all disciplines of running, fell, cross country and road running
  • Regular training and coaching sessions provided
  • Apply
  • Juniors
  • For members under the age of 18
  • FREE
  • For runners of all abilities under the age of 18.
  • Regular (weekly) training sessions led by experienced runners/coaches
  • Advice about how to train properly so juniors can develop as athletes
  • Apply
  • Non-runners
  • For non-running members
  • £5/year
  • For supporters of the club and club members
  • Support the club and all the senior and junior runners
  • Apply


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There were 18 teams from Barlick, a total of 54 runners, in these relays.  And what a show they put on, with the 'A' team of Jimmy Craig, Luke Maude and Tom Corrigan winning the event out right.  The Barlick Ladies team of Sarah Tipler, Angela Donlan and Lorraine Slater were first ladies.  The Barlick Vets team of Virgil Barton, Carl Pawson and Chris Smale were first vets team and to cap it all, Sarah Tipler had the fastest ladies lap time.

The draft results are below.  More detailed results showing individual times will be published over the weekend.


This is the first time we have put a team into this event and it was done on the basis, not of the club entering a team, but a group of members coming together and giving it a go.  

The first leg was Andy Berry & Ian Livesey who put the team into 5th position on what was a tight leg.  They handed over to Pete Beresford & Rob Hodgkinson, the latter having come into the team at the last minute to replace an injured runner.  These two held on to 5th place.   The next leg was Glenn Whittaker & Ben Hoyle and they dropped a place, putting the team into 6th.  The next leg was Jock Boothman & Mick Keegan who held on to that position.  They handed over to Sam Wadsworth & Ian Beresford, who had Pudsey & Bramley & Pudsey Pacers in their sights when they set off. They took these two teams on the climb up onto Ilkley Moor and descending on the other side, they opened up a good gap, which the chasing teams never looked likely to close. The club therefore ran out 4th on the first attempt at this event.

The finishing times were:

1 Wharfedale 5:33:26
2 Keighley & Craven 6:06:27
3 Saltaire 6:11:41
4 Barlick 6:21:36
5 Pudsey & Bramley 6:30:01
6 Pudsey Pacers 6:38:23
7 Horsforth 6:43:30
8 Queensbury 6:49:50


63 Richard Treitl 29:30

Derek Walkden and Stuart Bryan took on this challenge which covers 150miles from Seascale to Whitby with 4500m of ascent. 

Derek Walkden 11:28:11
Stuart Bryan 11:36:11

We have been saying for a while that Angela Donlan has been running well and she proved the point  today by finishing first woman and managing an overall top twenty finish.  As a consequence, she was also first W40.

The men's race was won by Simon Bailey, with Jimmy Craig in second place

2 Jimmy Craig 32:04
20 Angela Donlan 41:40 (1st woman, 1st W40)


20 Jack Villiers 20:01


17 Oliver Whipp 11:53

3 Andrew Chew 18:32
10 Scott McCredie 19:28 New PB
12 Scott Boardman 20:21
29 John Boothman 21:41
30 Paul Elcock 21:43
40 Rachel Villiers 22:25 New PB
66 Daren Holdsworth 24:32 New PB
92 Jenna Boothman 26:12
93 Lucille Pickles 26:18 New PB
141 Graham Wadsworth 31:03
152 Susan Hird 33:07
161 Chloe Boothman 34:05

4 James Tingle 18:16
24 Jonathan Phillips 20:41

41 Jonathan Boothman 44:11 

2 Julian Hood 37:34
10 Andrew Chew 40:12
14 Sam Wadsworth 40:52
23 Sarah Tipler 42:25
40 Scott McCredie 45:50
46 Angela Donlan 46:18
47 John Boothman47:26
51 Lorraine Slater 47:42
72 Rachel Villiers 50:46
75 Heather Driver 51:18
94 Hannah Newbold 53:34

10 Daniel Balshaw 01:17:33
95 Scott Boardman 01:36:55
174 Richard Starkie 01:45:37
181 Emma Bailey 01:46:37

5 James Tingle 18:31
7 Ian Cocks 19:07

Early news from this race is that Simon Bailey won it, with Jimmy Craig second and James Hall of Wharfedale third.

2 Jimmy Craig 22:53
41 Angela Donlan 30:44
62 Laura Craig 35:43
68 Hannah Newbold 37:41


15 Lucille Pickles (1st girl) 03:33
26 Chloe Boothman 04:18


33 Jenna Boothman 08:08
38 Emma Wilkinson 08:26
39 Oliver Whipp 08:27


22 Jack Villiers 10:05

8 Andy Berry 57:10
9 David Poole 57:38
31 Pete Beresford 64:32
39 Nick Kendall 66:04
44 John Boothman 68:06
52 Leanne Dinsdale 69:15 (3rd Lady) 
72 Dave Halliday 76:08
85 Hannah Newbold 80:48
99 Richard Trietl 88:57

Race Pictures at the summit by James Stead


Over the years, some great names in fell running have done battle in this race, but this year, there was a feeling that a wind of change was taking place. It seems that a new generation of runners are coming through.  Junior Great Britain International runner, Josh Boyle led the race up to the summit, where he was showing a good lead.  However, it appears that he did not take the best line coming off the top, which allowed the chasing pack to close the gap.  It was at this point where another promising young runner, Jamie Parkinson from Pudsey & Bramley, showed everyone a clean pair of heals as he took the lead.    He opened this lead to the point where he only had to make the final steep descent safely to ensure victory, which he duly did, finishing over half a minute in front of the chasing pack..  Behind him, a real battle was developing for the next three places and much depended on how everyone handled the final descent.  It was a close thing between Jack Wood of Ilkley and Josh Boyle of Barlick and both came over the car park wall together, with Jack just shading it and less than a second separating the pair.  Next to finish was the wily old fox and previous race winner, Ted Mason.  Ted is one of the best descenders in the sport and coupled with his ability to be able to pick a good line, he was not going to let these young upstarts have it all their own way.  He did not manage to catch the first three, but on the final descent,  they must have been only too aware that he was there waiting to take advantage of any mistakes that they made.  Completing the top five was another young runner and former Junior International, Luke Maude.  Apart from the more experienced Ted Mason, the oldest runner is this group was Jack Wood who is aged 27 and the fact that there is so much young talent coming through, says a lot about the future of the sport.

It does not seem that long ago that Kirsty Hall was hobbling about on a pair of crutches following a skiing accident and wondering if she would ever run again.  It says much about the medical professionals and Kirsty's steely determination that she has come through this setback seemingly stronger than ever and it was fitting to see her follow up some recent stunning performances to run out the winner of the ladies race.  This was in front of yet another promising young runner, the 18 year old Hannah Russell of Helm Hill.  This was Hannah's first attempt at this race and on this showing, she demonstrated that she will be a future race winner.  Making up the top three in the ladies race was another runner who has been showing recent good form and that is Jean Powell of Wharfedale Harriers.

Further down the field were stalwarts from the past, who still enjoy the challenge of this race, tough though it is.  Of these, special mention should be made of Norman Bush.    Although he has now reached the grand old age of 75, he still turns up for this race and not only that, but he puts in a good performance, this year finishing in 55th position out a total of 98 finishers.   

Mention should also be made of local farmer, Gary Schofield.  He has always allowed this race to be run over his land, although he himself is not a runner.  Until this year that is, when he decided to enter the race both as a personal challenge and to raise money for Manorlands Hospice, a local charity.  He was a bit nervous about doing it before he set off, but he needn't have been.  He finished in 72nd place and was 5th MV45 out of a total of 9 who took part.

 In the team races, both the Barlick and the Ilkley men finished with 19 points each, but Ilkley won it on the basis that their last runner finished in front of the Barlick last runner.  The Ilkley ladies also won the team prize, demonstrating the strength in depth of this local club. 

The Barlickers finished as follows:

3 Joshua Boyle 34.51
5 Luke Maude 36.06
11 Sam Wadsworth 39.45
17 Andrew Driver 43.52
26 Jonathan Boothman 45.12
31 John Boothman 45.58
60 Rachel Lowther 50.27
75 Craig Child 53.10
79 Paul Elcock 54.13

23 Daniel Chew 21:32 New PB
35 Paul Elcock 22:09 
39 Emma Bailey 22:31
82 Jenna Boothman 26:02
90 Lucille Pickles 26:42 New PB
102 Hazel O'Hara 27:35 New PB
133 Chloe Boothman 29:34
134 John Boothman 29:35
145 Scott McCredie 30:11
146 Logan McCredie 30:15
150 Gary Bailey 30:56

A Race 

20 Julian Hood 16:10
27 Lee Parrington 16:55

B Race 

3 Andrew Chew 17:14
4 Sam Wadsworth 17:22
11 Andy Berry 17:43
15 James Tingle 17:55
16 Andrew Carson 17:58
20 Carl Pawson 18:12
22 Sarah Tipler 18:26
44 Scott McCredie 19:26
49 Mike Alexander 19:49
61 Mick Goldie 20:55

C Race 

9 Lorraine Slater 20:19
33 Rachel Villiers 22:00
44 Hannah Newbold 22:45
90 Amanda Haines 27:20

Under 14 - 3KM 

7 Macie Dykes 10:40

Under 12 - 2KM

2 Elliott Phillips 7:21
3 Jack Villiers 7:46
7 Aaron Slater 8:00
15 Jenna Boothman 8:49
16 Connor Fitzpatrick 8:52

Under 10 - 1KM 

6 Logan McCredie 4:11
14 Tabitha Berry 4:43
15 Edie Poole 5:07

Under 8 - 1KM

1 George Fitzpatrick 3:57
10 Chloe Boothman 4:49
12 Bella McCredie 4:57
15 Summer Fitzpatrick 5:20

Harley Treitl had a great run and was in first place at the top of the drag. He lost places on the way back down but managed to hang on for fourth overall and first junior. Jenna Boothman and Lucille Pickles ran well and finished first in their age groups.

3 John Boothman 10:12
4 Harley Treitl 10:22
5 Jenna Boothman 11:29
6 Logan McCredie 11:31
8 Lucille Pickles 12:38
9 Clover Edwards 13:23
10 Teigan Judson 14:15
22 Chloe Boothman 17:00

23 finishers

This race is a 6 mile route with 1800 feet of ascent taking in Park fell and Simon Fell on the Ingleborough massif.  Mark McGoldrick won in a record time of 44:29 (previous record Adam Osborne 45:54).
11 Andrew Driver 52:52
13 Pete Beresford 56:11
38 Craig Child 1:04:38
Under 12

2 Jack Villiers 9:48

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