Written by MH
George Corcoran springs a surprise - Matt's Report,plus the Results.
Kingston AC & Polytechnic Harriers Club Championships & Inter Club 7 mile Richmond Park – 06.11.2010 - RESULTS
1 Philip Glynn HW SM 38:58
2 George Corcoran K&P U20M 39:31
3 Andy Arbour K&P M35 40:38
4 Matt Hyett K&P SM 40:46
5 Michael Huntley K&P SM 43:53
6 Stewart Bond HW M40 44:38
7 Mike Hilton K&P M40 45:16
8 Peter Wilkins K&P SM 45:20
9 Nick Wood Milos SM 45:33
10 Ant Budarkiewicz K&P M50 47:15
11 Frank Wood HW M45 47:16
12 Tom Cheetham HW M40 48:08
13 Alex Mackula Thames SM 49:52
14 David Greenfield K&P M50 51:31
15 Nicky Atkins K&P W45 52:05
16 Bob McDonough K&P M65 53:11
17 Graham Huntley K&P M55 54:02
18 Susanne Dietrich K&P W45 54:30
19 Rowena Hornshaw HW SW 57:00
20 Dave Orchard HW M50 57:11
21 Neil Wood Milo MVet 57:18
22 Geoff Reed K&P M65 59:21
23 Dave Gibbons K&P M55 60:38
24 Richard Gibbins K&P M45 61:48
K&P Club Championships
Open Champion/ David Pool Trophy- George Corcoran
Silver- Andy Arbour
Bronze- Matt Hyett
Vets Handicap/ Pat Wilks Trophy- Ant Budarkiewicz
Silver- Bob McDonough
Bronze- David Greenfield
1st Woman- Nicky Atkins
Club Championships & Inter Club 7 mile Richmond Park – 06.11.2010 - REPORT
This past Saturday saw the annual Club 7 match at Sheen Gate in Richmond Park.
Arguably the performance of the day came from U20 George Corcoran who finished in 2nd place claiming the David Pool Trophy. Well done George, I would suspect this won't be the last time you win this trophy!
Andy Arbour was the second K&P runner home (3rd), followed by Matt Hyett (4th), and they were followed by some good runs from Michael Huntley, Mike HiIton (impressive debut) and Peter Wilkins. Ant Budarkiewicz did well to complete the course at all having injured his back earlier in the day, but ran well and managed to retain the Vets Pat Wilks Trophy for another year.
There was a good run from David Greenfield who was closely followed by Nicky Atkins (who placed first K&P woman). Completing the line up was Bob McDonough (who won silver in the Vets handicap), Graham Huntley, Susanne Dietrich, Geoff Reed,Dave Gibbons and Richard Gibbins(also debuting).
Many thanks to everyone who ran and to the various flaggers and those who marshalled.
Next week sees the next Surrey League match at Wimbledon Common (more details to follow shortly when I receive these). Would be great to see as many out for this important race as possible, so we can build on our great start to the season.
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