Summer League Event 4

CLYNE GARDENS & WEST CROSS

22 June 2005

 

Green  5.1Km  120m

1.

Matthew Jones

M18

SBOC

34:11

2.

David Seward

M45

SBOC

35:19

3.

Kris Jones

M14

SBOC

36:08

4.

Dave Mitchell

M45

SBOC

40:12

5.

Emma Seward

W21

SBOC

40:37

6.

Cris Arnold

M40

SBOC

40:43

7.

Leighton Anthony

M40

SBOC

41:49

8.

Steve Jones

M45

SBOC

45:21

9.

David Doherty

M50

SBOC

47:05

10.

Ben Doherty

M14

SBOC

47:20

11.

Margaret Reynolds

W40

SBOC

47:27

12.

Alan Lasky

M35

SBOC

47:51

13.

Roger Stein

M50

SBOC

50:04

** COLOUR AWARD **

14.

Mike Dobbs

M55

SBOC

54:52

15.

Dai Richards

M45

SBOC

55:37

16.

Mark Kelleher (& Matt Simmons)

 

SBOC

56:53

17.

Bridget Stein

W45

SBOC

71:25

18.

Hannah Jenkins

W12

SBOC

87:20

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Sarah Jenkins

W35

SBOC

87:20

mp

Kay Seward

W45

SBOC

57:50

 

 

 

 

 

Light Green  3.1Km  85m

1.

Neil Davies

M21

 

39:44

2.

John King

M65

SBOC

43:30

3.

Sian Crabb

W16

SBOC

47:20

** COLOUR AWARD **

4.

Dale Thomas

M14

SBOC

61:21

5.

David Crabb & Nicholas Evans

M14

SBOC

87:40

 

 

 

 

 

Orange  2.8Km  95m

1.

Ben Mitchell

M12

SBOC

30:13

2.

Steve Dalling & Helen Rosser

 

 

32:20

3.

David Jarman

 

 

33:40

** COLOUR AWARD **

4.

Brian Crabb

 

SBOC

57:45

5.

Hannah Evans

 

 

58:11

mp

Lloyd Family

 

 

54:36

 

 

 

 

 

Yellow  2.1Km  75m

1.

Sam Mitchell

M10

SBOC

24:50

2.

Charlie Jenkins

M10

SBOC

28:08

3.

Stephen Reynolds

M10

SBOC

32:45

** COLOUR AWARD **

4.

Smith Family

 

 

55:20

 

Thank you all for turning out to sample the newly extended ‘Clyne Gardens’. Because of the enforced circumnavigation of out-of-bounds settlements the length given for the Green course of 5.1Km represented the optimum route distance rather than the conventional straight-line route. I was pleased to see there was a good variation in the routes chosen, where they presented themselves.

 

My heartfelt thanks – and Jane’s also – to Roger and Dave M for collecting the controls in the park; it had been a pretty long, hot day putting them out.

 

Peter Seward – Planner & Organiser