Another race put on by Trawden AC in the form of a time trial. Not like proper racing, but much better than nothing in this shut down and well done to Trawden AC for organising it. A few Barlickers turned out with six finishing in the top twenty, including Emma Pease who had a really good run to finish as first lady.
Well done too to Gemma Carson for turning out for her first race for the club.
After a long period with no racing, Trawden AC organised the Neil Alderman Trawden Celtic 7 Memorial Race. To maintain social distancing, runs took place during Thursday 28th to Sunday 31st May, with time slots from 7am to 7pm each day. Once completed, the times were collated. Great performances by Alex Mason and Molly Ralphson.
2 Alex Mason 42:01
4 David Mirifield 44:28
11 Andy Berry 47:16
16 Ian Cocks 48:38
19 David Pease 49:45
27 Molly Ralphson 51:28
28 Sean Fitzpatrick 51:36
29 Andrew Smith 52:33
39 John Boothman 55:43
49 Paul Elcock 58:13
62 Heather Driver 1:02:19
109 Jackie Bonsall 1:19:37
Well done to Trawden AC for putting this event on.
For some of the Barlickers not doing the relays, it was because they were doing this race. Stephen Shorrock led them home finishing in 17th place. Karl Robb paired up with Declan Bulmer from Wharfedale and they were the second pair home. John Boothman was next to finish, but he struggled over the last 10K, due to lack of miles recently, but he was still 2nd Vet 55. He was followed home by Gary Bradley
Katie Towers had a strong run finishing 121st and then came Jamie Milligan, who was paired up with Pete Beresford. At 7:04:50, it was a 39 minute PB for Jamie, a good effort considering that he only started running again six months ago. Couch to 52K in six months!
17 Stephen Shorrock 4:59:17
27 Karl Rob & Declan Bulmer 5:16:40 (2nd pair)
49 John Boothman 5:55:17 (2nd M55)
121 Katie Towers 6:41:38
136 Jamie Milligan & Pete Beresford 7:04:50
This was an unusual relay in that it was effectively four separate 10K races with the combined results put together at the end. So the second race or "leg" started before the first race finished, so no one new the standing of their team. Having said that, it made each "leg" feel like a proper race. Barlick had a good day finishing 1st ladies, 1st men, 1st mixed with the vets taking second place. It was also good to see so many "social runners" out racing and what was interesting is that they put on a damn good show.
The Barlick teams finished as follows:
1 Barlick Leg Ends: Barrie Charnley, James Austin, Ian Cocks, Ben Whitehead (1st Men)
3 BFR Pub Run Mixed: Emma Taylor, Jac Collins, Zac Kaye, Andy Collins (1st Mixed)
4 Barlick Vets,: Jock Boothman, Andy Smith, Andrew Driver, David Pease (2nd Vets)
10 Barlick Ladies: Molly Ralphson, Heather Driver, Paula Cullen, Emma Pease (1st Ladies)
19 BFR Mixed Allsorts: Eve Boothman, Jamie Fox, Leanne Dinsdale, Sean Fitzpatrick
24 BFR Social Runners: Jackie Bonsall, Maggie Bugler, Jayne Lee, Daren Holdsworth
29 Quad Squad: Hayley Whitehead, Marie Beech, Amanda Holden, Megan Worswick
6 Logan McCredie 16:37
18 Amber Muller 25:03
13 Will Pease 12:23
30 Alfie Muller 14:44
37 Isabelle Teal 15:52 (12th girl)
19 Bella McCredie 14:57 (5th girl)
Molly Ralphson is in great form at the moment and in this race, she finished in 2nd place, beaten only by living legend, Victoria Wilkinson. What an awesome performance.
17 Stephen Shorrock 1:14:40
21 Tim Chadwick 1:15:42
44 Zac Kaye 1:21:04
60 Molly Ralphson 1:23:17
66 David Pease 1:24:59
72 Sean Fitzpatrick 1:25:34
73 Andrew Smith 1:25:56
84 John Boothman 1:27:25
93 Gary Bradley 1:28:35
169 Heather Driver 1:42:08
203 Katie Towers 1:49:20