Guernsey Race Walking : Sarnia Walking Club

November 19, 2017

10 kms road

Sarnia Walking Club

North Side Circuit, Vale, Guernsey

Donna Allan breaks the hour barrier

Donna Allan had the walk of the day as she smashed the hour barrier for the 10 kilometres road walk held over the four lap course at North Side. With race winner Stuart Le Noury away and gone from the start it was Donna that found herself trailing Rob Elliott after one 2.5 kilometres lap with both on course to break the hour. By three kilometres she had caught Elliott and left him, with both walkers walking well up on their recent performances. 

Going through the half way point in around 29.45 for 5 kilometres, Donna had a lead of around 30 metres over Elliott and under her previous best for that distance. Looking smooth she continued to open up the gap and walking a slightly quicker second half she crossed the line in 59.21, taking almost four minutes off her time set in the corresponding race last year. 

Race winner Le Noury had crossed the line in 54.29, with Elliott, still with a shout of getting under the hour with a lap to go, faded to finish nine seconds outside but pleased to get that close again. 

Fourth place went to Kevin Le Noury just breaking 70 minutes, with the next three home Peter Beckerleg, MIck Le Sauvage and Wendy Wilson all finishing close together. Newcomer Wendy Wilson, after only a handful of races removed over 5 minutes off her previous best time with a time of 1.13.07. Jayne Le Noury walked under her target time to bring home the field in the longer race.

In the 5 kilometres walk Olga Le Noury finished first in 36.14, ahead of Kay Coulson.

10 kilometres road walk

1 Stuart Le Noury M 54.29

2 Donna Allan W40 59.21

3 Rob Elliott M55 1.00.09

4 Kevin Le Noury M60 1.09.51

5 Peter Beckerleg M55 1.12.39

6 Mick Le Sauvage M75 1.12.44

7 Wendy Wilson W50 1.13.07

8 Jayne Le Noury W55 1.17.15

5 kilometres road walk

1 Olga Le Noury W35 36.14

2 Kay Coulson W45 39.40

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November 12, 2017

3,000 metres track

Sunday November 12th 2017

Sarnia Walking Club

Bob Wright Handicap Series Race Three

3,000 metres track walk

Osmond Priaulx, Footes Lane, Guernsey

Le Sauvage leads Series 

Mick Le Sauvage leads the Bob Wright Handicap Series after three of the seven races completed. His sixth place in the latest race gives him a two point lead over Peter Beckerleg and Donna Allan.

A windy morning greeted the walkers with the fastest Stuart Le Noury walking through the field to cross the line first from his position of last walker to start. His actual time of 14.36 gave him the handicap win from Dave Dorey. Dave’s 22.11 actual time was almost a minute up on his last performance.

Third place went to Rob Elliott only five seconds ahead of first woman Donna Allan. A closely packed race had positions 2 to 9 separated by only 35 seconds. 

There were consistent times in comparison to recent walks from relative newcomers Wendy Wilson and Kevin Allan , both coping well in the conditions.

At the other end of the scale, Kevin Le Noury, with over forty years experience, walked his first race as an M60 with a time slower than expected.

1 Stuart Le Noury M 22.26 (watch time) / 7.50 (handicap) / 14.36 (actual time)

2 Dave Dorey M70 22.41 / 0.30 / 22.11

3 Rob Elliott M55 22.47 / 5.35 / 17.12

4 Donna Allan W40 22.52 / 5.20 / 17.32

5 Jayne Le Noury M55 22.53 / 0.30 / 22.23

6 Mick Le Sauvage M75 22.57 / 2.05 / 20.52

7 Peter Beckerleg M55 22.58 / 3.05 / 19.53

8 Kevin Allan M40 23.06 / 0.00 / 23.06

9 Wendy Wilson W50 23.16 / 1.55 / 21.21

10 Kay Coulson W45 24.01 / 1.55 / 22.06

11 Kevin Le Noury M60 24.22 / 3.05 / 21.17

12 Olga Le Noury W35 24.57 / 3.05 / 21.52

October 29, 2017

Peter Kendal Pairs Trophy

Sunday October 29th 2017

Sarnia Walking Club

Peter Kendal Pairs Trophy 3 kilometres road walk

Les Amarreurs, Vale, Guernsey

Stuart and Wendy paired for Peter Kendal win

The pairing of Stuart Le Noury and newcomer Wendy Wilson were over a minute too good for the other teams in this perhaps unique Peter Kendal event. Second place went to Donna Allan and Olga Le Noury both walking good races, with third place going to the experienced Rob Elliott and newcomer Kevin Allan.

Wendy Wilson had the walk of the day walking much quicker than in her last few races to cover the 3 kilometres in 20.54. Stuart had the quickest time of the day at the shorter distance with a 7.20 clocking on what was a hard day to race with a head on wind up the longest part of the course. There was a smile from Wendy as this was the first time she had ever won a trophy in any sport.

Walkers are paired together with the entrants split between the faster and slower walkers in the race.

The teams start on handicap based on the slower walkers predicted times with the faster walker walking behind their teammate for half of the race, before all setting off at their own pace, resulting in a 3 kilometres result for the slower walkers and a 1.5 kilometres result for the faster. The faster walkers have their race predicted handicap added on at the finish.

Race result with handicaps added:

1

E

Stuart Le Noury

21.07

2

E

Wendy Wilson

21.14

3

B

Donna Allan

21.28

4

A

Peter Beckerleg

21.47

5

C

Rob Elliott

22.05

6

D

Kevin Le Noury

22.16

7

B

Olga Le Noury

22.17

8

D

Mick Le Sauvage 

22.48

9

C

Kevin Allan

22.49

10

A

Dave Dorey

23.25

3 kilometres result actual times

1 Olga Le Noury W35 19.37

2 Mick Le Sauvage M75 20.48

3 Wendy Wilson W50 20.54

4 Kevin Allan M40 22.49

5 Dave Dorey M70 23.05

1.5 kilometres result actual times

1 Stuart Le Noury M 7.20

2 Rob Elliott M50 8.35

3 Donna Allan W40 8.43

4 Kevin Le Noury M55 9.52

5 Peter Beckerleg M55 9.56

Team result

Final handicap times added together

1 Stuart Le Noury and Wendy Wilson 42.21

2 Donna Allan and Olga Le Noury 43.45

3 Rob Elliott and Kevin Allan 44.54

4 Kevin Le Noury and Mick Le Sauvage 45.04

5 Peter Beckerleg and Dave Dorey 45.12

Full workings: Please excuse poor format.

Peter Kendal Pairs Team Cup

 

“Slower walkers hat”

 

Team Name Predicted

3 km time

Handicap
A Dave Dorey 22.20 0.20
B Olga Le Noury 20.00 2.40
C Kevin Allan 22.40 0.00
D Mick Le Sauvage 20.40 2.00
E Wendy Wilson 22.20 0.20
       
       

“Faster walkers hat”

 

Team Name Predicted

1.5 km

Half of slower predicted

Team mates 3 kms time. (ie first lap time)

Slow walkers handicap Total HCap

Based on Total.

Added after finish

A Peter Beckerleg 9.40 11.10 0.20 21.10 0.50
B Donna Allan 8.50 10.00 2.40 21.30 0.30
C Rob Elliott 8.30 11.20 0.00 19.50 2.10
D Kevin Le Noury 9.40 10.20 2.00 22.00 0.00
E Stuart Le Noury 7.20 11.10 0.20 18.50 3.10
             
             

 

 

Race starts as per handicap of slower walkers as if it was a normal 3 kms handicap, except their faster partner is with them for half the race. (i.e one lap.)

 

All then race to finish the second lap after one lap

 

Slower walkers watch times are their times for final positional sheet.

 

Faster walkers must wait to the end when their handicaps are added to their watch times. Positions will be altered accordingly to work out final scores. Walkers final race times are added together to find winning team.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

    Watch

Time at

finish

Add on fast handicap Final race time Final race pos. Half way clock time Actual

Time 1.5 kms.

Clock time minus first 1.5kms

 

 

 

Actual

Time

3 kms race

(Watch minus

slow hcap)

1 Stuart Le Noury 17.57 3.10 21.07 1 10.37 7.20  
2 Rob Elliott 19.55 2.10 22.05 5 11.20 8.35  
3 Peter Beckerleg 20.57 0.50 21.47 4 11.01 9.56  
4 Donna Allan 20.58 0.30 21.28 3 12.15 8.43  
5 Wendy Wilson 21.14   21.14 2 10.37   20.54
6 Kevin Le Noury 22.16 0.00 22.16 6 12.24 9.52  
7 Olga Le Noury 22.17   22.17 7 12.15   19.37
8 Mick Le Sauvage 22.48   22.48 8 12.24   20.48
9 Kevin Allan 22.49   22.49 9 11.20   22.49
10 Dave Dorey 23.25   23.25 10 11.01   23.05
                 
                 
                 
                 
                 

 

 

  Team Name Revised final hcap race time   3kms actual 1.5 kms actual   Revised

time

 
1 E Stuart Le Noury 21.07     7.20   24.00  
2 E Wendy Wilson 21.14   20.54        
3 B Donna Allan 21.28     8.43   24.00  
4 A Peter Beckerleg 21.47     9.56      
5 C Rob Elliott 22.05     8.35   24.00  
6 D Kevin Le Noury 22.16     9.52      
7 B Olga Le Noury 22.17   19.37     24.00  
8 D Mick Le Sauvage 22.48   20.48        
9 C Kevin Allan 22.49   22.49     24.00  
10 A Dave Dorey 23.25   23.05        
                24.00  
                   
                24.00  
                   

Team result

 

Final handicap times added together

 

1 Stuart Le Noury and Wendy Wilson 42.21

2 Donna Allan and Olga Le Noury 43.45

3 Rob Elliott and Kevin Allan 44.54

4 Kevin Le Noury and Mick Le Sauvage 45.04

5 Peter Beckerleg and Dave Dorey 45.12

October 22, 2017

Cambridge Park 5 kms

Sunday October 22nd 2017

Sarnia Walking Club

5 kilometres park walk

Cambridge Park, Guernsey

Three minute personal best for Wendy Wilson

Newcomer Wendy Wilson removed three minutes from her personal best time set a few weeks ago as she finished in 5th place in 36.32. A mixed morning with a bit of wind, rain and the sun saw the small field walk the five lap course unaffected by the nights storms apart from a few twigs strewn around.

Rob Elliott, walking slightly faster than his last race secured the win in 30.27, opening up an ever increasing gap on second home Donna Allan. Peter Beckerleg finished third just outside 35 minutes with MIck Le Sauvage a further minute back. Dave Dorey brought the field home in just under 41 minutes.

1 Rob Elliott M55 30.27

2 Donna Allan W40 31.25

3 Peter Beckerleg M55 35.09

4 Mick Le Sauvage M75 36.03

5 Wendy Wilson W50 36.32

6 Dave Dorey M70 40.50

October 8, 2017

10 kms Delancey Park

Sunday October 8th 2017

Sarnia Walking Club

Bob Wright Handicap Series Race Two

10 kilometres road walk

Delancey Park, Guernsey

Newcomers take first two places

Newcomers Wendy Wilson and Kevin Allan made the most of their handicap times to finish first and second in the second race of the Bob Wright Handicap Series. The 10 kilometres walk was held in glorious conditions on a wind free morning over the multilap course at Delancey, with Wendy Wilson crossing the line first winning by a clear two minutes. A good walk by Peter Beckerleg got him the closest to the leading two finishing a minute down on Kevin Allan in second place.

Fourth place went to Jayne Le Noury, who although down on her expected time held off  the Series early leader Mick Le Sauvage.

Sixth place went to Olga Le Noury, holding off Kevin Le Noury by six seconds.  Olga showed no ill effects from having run the Runway run some ten hours earlier.

Stuart Le Noury, back in 10th place had the fastest time of the day recording 57 minutes dead, finishing his third race over the weekend having taken part in the park run 24 hours earlier then the Crimestoppers Runway 5 kilometres run held just before midnight on Saturday.

Rob Elliott with 1.03.57 claimed second fastest a minute ahead of leading woman Donna Allan. As last week a close eye was kept on the gap across the park as the two were set off on different handicap mark two minutes part. Elliott closing the gap early on, with Donna holding her own and even regaining a little time in the closing quarter of the race.

1 Wendy Wilson W50 1.19.29 (watch time) / 1.00 (handicap) / 1.18.29 (actual time)

2 Kevin Allan M40 1.21.29 / 0.00 / 1.21.29

3 Peter Beckerleg M55 1.22.37 / 12.00 / 1.10.37

4 Jayne Le Noury W55 1.23.25 / 4.00 / 1.19.25

5 Mick Le Sauvage M75 1.23.55 / 10.00 / 1.13.55

6 Olga Le Noury W35 1.24.30 / 11.00 / 1.13.30

7 Kevin Le Noury M55 1.24.36 / 12.00 / 1.12.36

8 Donna Allan W40 1.24.55 / 20.00 / 1.04.55

9 Rob Elliott M55 1.25.57 / 22.00 / 1.03.57

10 Stuart Le Noury M 1.27.00 / 30.00 / 57.00

Kay Coulson W45 DNF 40.29 for 5 kms.

October 1, 2017

Bob Wright Handicap One

Sunday October 1st 2017

Sarnia Walking Club

Bob Wright Handicap Series Race One

5 kilometres

Saumarez Park, Guernsey

Opening win for Le Sauvage

Mick Le Sauvage claimed the opening win in the first race of the Bob Wright Handicap Series finishing seven seconds ahead of the fast finishing Donna Allan. A close race for third place was won by Dave Dorey, with the next four walkers finishing within seven seconds of him. 

Amongst those was back marker Stuart Le Noury who walked the fastest time of the day with his 26.01. Donna Allan and Rob Elliott both recorded 30.41 for second fastest times with both walkers checking out the gap for each other from other sides of the park having been set off at different times.

Jayne Le Noury walked with newcomers Wendy Wilson and Kevin Allan for most of the race, eventually crossing the line with Wendy with Kevin Allan fifteen seconds adrift at the finish.

1 Mick Le Sauvage M75 38.34 (watch time) / 3.00 (handicap) / 35.34 (actual time)

2 Donna Allan W40 38.41 / 8.00 / 30.41

3 Dave Dorey M70 38.55 / 1.00 / 37.55

4 Peter Beckerleg M55 38.57 / 4.30 / 34.27

5 Kay Coulson W45 38.58 / 2.30 / 36.28

6 Stuart Le Noury M 39.01 / 13.00 / 26.01

7 Kevin Le Noury M55 39.02 / 4.30 / 34.32

8= Jayne Le Noury W55 39.31 / 0.00 / 39.31

8= Wendy Wilson W50 39.31 / 0.00 / 39.31

10 Kevin Allan M40 39.46 / 0.00 / 39.46

11 Rob Elliott M55 40.41 / 10.00 / 30.41

September 21, 2017

The Young Ones

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IMG_2834This article appeared in the Guernsey Press yesterday in the Young Ones section. The photo is actually Jason Le Noury, not Stuart as the caption says. It’s good to see walking featured in the local paper

September 17, 2017

one mile track

Sunday September 17th 2017

Sarnia Walking Club

1 mile track walk

Osmond Priaulx, Guernsey

Personal best for leading woman

After an absence of several months due to illness, Guernseys leading woman walker Donna Allan again toed the line in the Sarnia Walking Clubs one mile track walk. A cautious start saw her pass the halfway mark in 5.04 before increasing her pace to cross the line in 9.38 for a new personal best time by almost half a minute. 

Expected winner Stuart Le Noury walked a 7.27 mile, well ahead of Rob Elliott in 9.03. Third place went to Donna Allan whose second half time was only a second down on Elliotts.

A close race for 4th was won by Kevin Le Noury from Peter Beckerleg.

Second woman home was Olga Le Noury in 10.49, followed by Mick Le Sauvage and third woman Kay Coulson.

Jayne Le Noury walked her usual consistent race finishing in 11.50 ahead of Dave Dorey.

The next walk is the first race in the Bob Wright Handicap Series. It is over a distance of 5 kilometres at Saumarez Park at 9.00 am on Sunday October 1st .All ages are welcome to come and have a go at race walking in the 7 race series that finishes early next year.

This first event is held in conjunction with the Guernsey Sports Commissions “Older Peoples Week” aiming to get the over 65s into sports in general. They and all other ages will be welcomed.

Details from Jayne Le Noury lenouryjedburgh@cwgsy.net 

1 Stuart Le Noury M 7.27

2 Rob Elliott M55 9.03

3 Donna Allan W40 9.38

4 Kevin Le Noury M55 10.14

5 Peter Beckerleg M55 10.16

6 Olga Le Noury W35 10.49

7 Mick Le Sauvage M75 11.06

8 Kay Coulson W45 11.12

9 Jayne Le Noury W55 11.50

10 Dave Dorey M70 12.10

September 4, 2017

new fixture list

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Printable version pdf file Sarnia WC 2017 2018 fixtures

 

Sarnia Walking Club, Guernsey
RWA Category B walks.
Fixtures September 2017 to May 2018
Sarnia Walking Club website: http://www.sarnia.wordpress.com
Sunday September 17th Track 1 mile Osmond Priaulx, Footes Lane 9.30 am
Sunday October 1st Handicap 1 5 kms Saumarez Park, Castel 9.00 am
Sunday October 8th Handicap 2 10 kms Delancey Park, St Sampsons 9.00 am
Sunday October 22nd Park walk 5 kms Cambridge Park, St Peter Port 9.00 am
Sunday October 29th Peter Kendal Pairs 3 kms Amarreurs Road, Vale 9.30 am
Sunday Novcember 12th Handicap 3 3 kms track Osmond Priaulx, Footes Lane 9.30 am
Sunday November 19th Road walk 10 kms North Side, Vale 9.00 am
Sunday November 26th Handicap 4 3 kms Cambridge Park, St Peter Port 9.00 am
Sunday December 10th Road walk 10 kms Amarreurs Road, Vale 9.00 am
Sunday December 17th Hill Climb 815 metres Le Val des Terres 9.00 am
Sunday December 31st Road walk 3 miles Rocquaine Circuit 9.30 am
Sunday January 7th Handicap 5 5 kms North Side, Vale 9.00 am
Sunday January 14th Pace judgement training 6 x 750 m Cambridge Park, St Peter Port 9.00 am
Sunday January 28th Handicap 6 1 mile track Osmond Priaulx, Footes Lane 9.30 am
Sunday February 4th Park walk 3 kms Cambridge Park, St Peter Port 9.00 am
Sunday February 18th Handicap 7 5 miles Lancresse to White Rock 9.30 am
Sunday March 4th Philadelphia Team 1 mile Amarreurs Road, Vale 9.30 am
Sunday March 11th Eric Waldron 2 miles Osmond Priaulx, Footes Lane 9.30 am
Sunday March 25th Chilcott Cup 7 miles Albecq to North Side 9.00 am
Sunday April 8th Championship 1 5 kms Saumarez Park, Castel 9.00 am
Sunday April 22nd Championship 2 10 kms Delancey Park, St Sampsons 9.00 am
Sunday May 6th Graham Mann Team 3 kms handicap Amarreurs Road, Vale 9.30 am
Sunday May 13th Championship 3 2 kms Osmond Priaulx,Footes Lane 9.30 am
Sunday May 20th Sean Pender 2 kms track handicap Osmond Priaulx, Footes Lane 9.30 am
Contact Race Secretary
Jayne Le Noury, Jedburgh, Sohier Road, Vale, Guernsey, GY3 5PX
e-mail: lenouryjedburgh@cwgsy.net         Tel:01481 246865

Another Jonathan Hobbs victory

Sunday September 3rd 2017

 

Sarnia Walking Club

 

Church to Church 19.4 miles road walk

Havelet Bay, South Esplanade, Guernsey

RWA Permit number 7057-1

Category B

 

Third Church to Church win for Jonathan Hobbs

 

In wet and windy conditions throughout the race Jonathan Hobbs raced to his third win in the annual Church to Church road walk held in Guernsey with a new personal best time of 2.57.36 for the 19.4 miles course. This beat his previous best time set when winning in 2013.

The youngest walker in the small field of 13 starters showed no ill effects after racing last weekend in the Guernsey marathon and finishing in third place. His nearest challenger was newcomer to the race and past Olympian Ian Richards who at 69 years old still takes his race walking seriously and prepares accordingly.

After his short and fast 3 kilometres in Guernsey two evenings earlier he was obviously in good form.

From the off these two soon set themselves apart from the rest of the field moving from the coast at South Esplanade and up the hilly miles in the St Martins lanes before flattening out towards the airport and the 4 miles point.

Heading towards Torteval Church Ian Richards had established a lead of thirty three seconds at the 5 miles point with a time of 45.39 with Jonathan Hobbs chasing.

Already well behind, past winner Jim Ball and Chris Hobbs, father of the second walker, went through in around 54 minutes in third and fourth positions.

Local walker and another past winner Rob Elliott had toed the line for the first time in 15 years, after spending those years officiating. He went through looking relaxed in just over 55 minutes.

The next 5 miles moving through Torteval, St Peters and towards St Andrews saw a change at the front as Jonathan Hobbs with an increase in pace created a gap on Ian, passing through 10 miles in 90.30 with an almost two minutes lead.

Jim Ball was still in third place in just under 1 hour 40 mins.

First local Rob Elliott was still walking well and was satisfied as the clock showed him recording another 55 minutes 5 miles section.

Holding his pace well Jonathan was still increasing his lead, mastering the climb up Monnaie at 11 miles before hitting the long downhill section at Castel Church. Ian Richards was finding it hard on these stretches but his position was solid with third man Ball well behind.

Unlike during his previous two wins when Jonathan had the close company of Jason Le Noury at 15 miles, on this occasion he only needed to concentrate on walking the lonely road to the finish having created a big lead.

Elliott was still moving well through St Andrews and Castel and unknown to him was making inroads on Chris Hobbs as they moved along the Friquet and then towards the Vale Church. He has his first glimpse of Hobbs around 14 and a half miles but although the gap closed in the final miles Rob Elliott was still content to walk at his own pace and not push on to chase.

Still holding his 11 minute mile pace Elliott was timed at 2 hours 45 minutes at the Vale Church 15 miles point. Climbing up the hill towards the 16 miles and then down to St Sampsons harbour the gap remained.

Moving from the calm of Grandes Maisons Road, the walkers were hit head on with a strong wind all the way to the finish line at South Esplande, some two miles away.

A glance behind from Chris Hobbs as he turned on to the seafront and he knew Elliott was close but not close enough. Both walkers were probably walking at the same pace by now so the gap remained as Hobbs finished fourth in 3.36.20 and Elliott fifth in 3.38.09.

Rob scored another victory for first Channel Islander home winning for the 18th time and 40 years after his first win as an 18 year old. He commented that it was a shame that such a time today, which was one of the slowest winning times, could still win the trophy.

An isolated Jim Ball had finished third some 15 minutes earlier in 3.20.

Past winner Ed Shillabeer and long distance specialist finished in sixth place in just under four hours, but let out a yelp of joy when told that Ian Richards had just fallen short of his age best time set in 2006.

Sean Pender finished a couple of minutes down on Ed, whilst regular visitor David Hoben just held on to beat second local Peter Beckerleg. Stalwart Kevin Le Noury was less than a minute behind, completing his 42nd consecutive Church to Church and third local home.

Next home in a new personal best time by over a minute was Kay Coulson, the new womens champion and Star Trophy winner in 4.16.59, followed by Andy Walker in 4.35.15. Kay still had a smile on her face even after facing the tough conditions that lasted throughout the day.

Thanks from the Sarnia Walking Club go to all the marshals and helpers that stood around in the rain as well as to all the events sponsors.

 

Guernsey Church to Church 19.4 miles Walk
Sunday September 3rd 2017
             
             
Pos. No. Name Club Country Age Time
             
    MEN        
1 74 Jonathan Hobbs Ashford AC England U25 2.57.36
2 77 Ian Richards Steyning AC England M65 3.08.37
3 76 Jim Ball Steyning AC England M50 3.20.02
4 73 Chris Hobbs Ashford AC England M60 3.36.20
5 82 Rob Elliott Sarnia WC Guernsey M55 3.38.09
6 75 Ed Shillabeer Ilford AC England M75 3.58.44
7 79 Sean Pender Enfield & Haringey Ireland M60 4.01.19
8 78 David Hoben Surrey WC England M60 4.10.18
9 72 Peter Beckerleg Sarnia WC Guernsey M55 4.10.18
10 81 Kevin Le Noury Sarnia WC Guernsey M55 4.11.04
11 80 Andy Walker Unattached Guernsey M60 4.35.15
  71 Des Francis Unattached England M50 DNF
             
             
    WOMEN        
             
1 49 Kay Coulson Sarnia WC Guernsey W45 4.16.59
             

 

 

Open Winner Jonathan Hobbs
2nd Ian Richards
3rd Jim Ball
Victory Cup (First Channel Islander) Rob Elliott
Newcomer Plaque Ian Richards
Newcomer Trophy (First Channel Islander) None
   
Under 25 Plaque Jonathan Hobbs
Under 25 Trophy (First Channel islander) None
   
Women:
Open Winner Kay Coulson
2nd None
3rd None
Star Trophy (First Channel Islander) Kay Coulson
Newcomer Plaque None
Newcomer Trophy (First Channel Islander) None
   
Under 25 Plaque None
Under 25 Trophy (First Channel Islander) None
   
Jenny Elliott Salver Kay Coulson
(first over 35 Channel Island woman)  
 
C J Robin Veterans tankard: 40 to 49 yrs Kay Coulson
   
Healthspan Super Vets tankard 50 to 59 yrs Jim Ball
   
Winning Ways Trophy: 60 – 69 yrs Ian Richards
   
Ilford AC Vets trophy : over 70 yrs Ed Shillabeer
Team Trophies:
   
Guernsey Parish Shield : None
(first Parish with 3 to finish)
   
Husband and Wife: (first couple to finish) None
   
Fletchersports Team Shield (men, women, mixed)   Sarnia Walking Club
athletic / race walking team of 3 walkers to score   Rob Elliott, Peter Beckerleg, Kevin Le Noury
   
Thanks to our walk sponsors
 
Relate, Network Insurance, Healthspan, Electrical Supplies & Machinery (Guernsey) Ltd
Guernsey Candles,Healthspan, Randalls of Guernsey, LInce Salisbury
Trust Corporation, Fletchersports, Jenny Elliott, Kevin and Jayne Le Noury, Collenette Jones
 
   

 

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