Night Out! Newbies meet the Oldies!  30th April 2010

It’s high time we had a bit of a knees up!  We have a number of new members running, and a number of older members (I don’t mean in terms of age) who occasionally make it out of the woodwork to race, support, or just drink.

So let’s all meet up and meet each other have a night out, then we will all know who we are cheering on at races - what a good plan!  It’s also the Friday after London, and bank holiday weekend, and the day before we go camping… do we need any other excuses?
 
In true F1 fashion - a pub crawl. Friday 30th April - meet at 7pm in the Dragon, for a real ale pub crawl, probably followed by a curry.  See forum for more details nearer the time - friends and family more than welcome!

Good turn out and some fine performances at Ashby.

Some fantastic performances at the weekend, looks like people are looking good for London / Paris and other marathin craziness on the horizon. Well done to all who ran.

Results:

02:07:39 Matthew Nutt
02:08:07 Lou Collins
02:18:20 Mark Dempsey
02:31:21 Mike Ellis
02:37:15 Beth Hird
02:43:49 Catherine Millet
02:44:30 Alexander Hall
02:46:10 Una Lacey
02:54:39 Joanne Nutt
03:02:25 Sara Bond
03:05:05 Debra Fearnshaw
03:11:01 Tricia Quinn

Kilomathon England

Well done to the F1 athletes in action today in the Kilomathon. Nice day for a run and have seen results for Sara and Lorraine, think there were other doing it too but have not sifted through the results yet.

Ladies A and B Teams Win East Mids XC League

Hot off the press this weekend......The girls win again, backing up their Notts AAA summer league success with victory for the A and B teams in the East Mids XC League.

Having had a great showing at the early seaon races the girls finished off the job with some great individual performances at the new year races. Victory for both teams was rounded off by a slightly depleted squad at Darley Park on Sunday; most invloved were in the middle of Ironman or Marathon Preparation and althought Lou won the race and then ran home, Sara and Doodlyflip had run 21 miles the previous day and still managed strong performances, that combined with Beth kicking most of the lads Ass' on the first lap (she is training for London too) was enough to see them seal victory.

To all the ladies who took part over the season we are all really proud of your consistent performances and achievement in winning.

Well done to Lou and James for their individual performances over the series too.