3-Counties XC League at Wellingborough
25th October 2015

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Official Results

 

The Harriers finished in 2nd position in the 3-Counties XC at Dunstable with a score of 145 points. The Harriers men finished in 2nd position in the men's race with a total of 105 points and the Harriers ladies finished in 3rd position in the ladies race with a total of 40 points.

Harriers Scoring Teams

Steve Horton 1 Anna Folland 4
Chris Dilley 5 Sally Cartwright 11
Pete Graham 9 Nora Haggart 25
Phillip Jamieson 12   40
Stuart Dare 21    
Tony Barnes 25    
Gary Finch 32    
       
Total 105   145

Harriers Finishing Positions

Steve Horton 1   Anna Folland 4
Chris Dilley 5   Sally Cartwright 11
Pete Graham 9   Nora Haggart 25
Phillip Jamieson 12   Samantha Baylis 27
Stuart Dare 21   Juliet Smith 30
Andrew Palombella 24   Sally Gurney 31
Tony Barnes 25   Veronica Singleton Lawley 33
Gary Finch 32   Melissa Burrell 34
Neil Lovesey 48   Lisa Chapple 48
Kevin Shelton Smith 49   Sarah Wanden 56
David Elliot 66   Sue Cross 59
Adam Hills 75   Jeanette Cheetham 61
Mourad Ben Taieb 105   Diane Wallis 75
Colin Ross 113   Eva Kovacs 77
Adam Foster 115   Elaine Reynolds 79
Graham Short 116   Jacinta Horne 80
Robert Wallis 119   Jenny King 81
Stuart Knight 121   Sally Ingram 83
Matt Bowmer 123   Rebecca Pinney 87
Andrew Baylis 124   Grace Dial 91
Chris Capps 131   Anne Adamson 94
Graham King 137   Caroline Diggle 98
Mark Taggart 138   Lesley Gaunt 99
James Wallbank 147   Sue Pack 113
Steve Gaunt 153   Mira Tysoe 114
Steve Ball 158   Ria Greenwood 116
John Haggerwood 166   Lorena Henderson 122
Tony Jones 169   Angela Gallivan 123
Steve Crane 173  
Mark Tinkler 178  
Richard Gallivan 179      
Tom Brassington 181      
Jack Chana 184      
Bill Khinda 185      

 

3 Counties Cross Country Wellingborough 25-10-15

Race Report

 It was a bright and sunny day for the seasonís first 3 Counties cross country race at Wellingborough and the Clubs Championship race. 

There was a sea of yellow congregating outside to have a celebratory photo for the Harriers 30th anniversary.  In total 70 runners with fellow supporters were there to watch the hilly, muddy and 4 water crossing race. Mud and mayhem was all around, excellent performance from all and a thoroughly enjoyable race day.  Roll and cakes as always to follow our hard efforts. 

What a spectacular race it was with a fantastic result from you Harriers - our best ever result!,

It was great to see our team up there challenging Ampthill & Flitwick Flyers. Bedford Harriers combined 2nd and only 15 points behind the usual favourites!

Some fantastic individual efforts on this challenging course especially Steve Horton with his 1st place and Chris Dilley with his 5th.

We must keep this momentum going throughout the season, so don't rely on somebody else turning up on the day please get yourself to as many races as possible WE NEED YOU ALL!!! 

Maybe we can push Ampthill & Flitwick even harder?? 

I think itís going to be an exceptional season for Bedford Harriers.

The list is up for Wootton on November 8th - get your names down!

G Finch & A Kay

Team Management