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Snowdonia Trail Marathon, Half and 10k Full Results
For the second year running our Club has had a few runners taking part in this weekend of Races, this year saw 14, I think overall. On the marathon, we had Mark Pike first over the line and Mags was our first lady.
Hopefully, a full report will come.
From Alison: Moreton 10k this morning. What a lovely route and money to charity. Well marshaled and lots of water and fruit. Great medal and goodie bag. And some selfies 😂😂
Summer 5k Series
From Lindsay: Hi all. Thanks once again for making the 4th race in the series a success. I have to admit I was exhausted after recent events but you all make it worthwhile and effortless. Thank you so so much. Now it's time to hit the sack. Night y'all xx
Now that the road works are finished there is other news to report on:
From Lindsay: Please note our pub run on 18th July is at the rose and crown, Bradford Abbas, not Pen Mill Hotel. The menu will be posted for pre-orders ASAP
From Malcombe: I completed a very hot and hilly Ashbourne half marathon on Sunday 7 July in a slow time of 1:59:31. However, in the circumstances, I was pleased with the result. The event was very friendly, well organised and took us through Dovedale and the southern end of the Peak District. I hope to be fit enough to return to running with you on Tuesday evenings in the near future.
PUB RUN – SHERBORNE – SKIPPERS (11th July 2019)
I had the pleasure of organising, planning, and leading the main group tonight. There were 10 of us. From the pub, we ran up Horsecastles Lane and continued northwestward along Trent Path Lane, which is a track. This steady climb is for about 2 miles. At the top, we reached Checcombe Lane which is another track. Turning right we followed the track to the B3148 Marston Road and crossed over. We followed Coombe Lane which is another track, sandy to begin with and stony at the end. At Ambrose Hill we turned right and ran back towards Sherborne. After half a mile or so we turned left and ran up Quarr lane which is a path through woods to begin with. The path widens to a track. At the other end we entered the old disused quarry and came out near the big pub. We ran up the Bristol road and turned right running past the school. At the end we turned right and ran down Castle Town Way. Crossing the A30, we continued along Castle Town Way and came out on the Oborne Road. Turning right, we ran along to New Road and turned off to follow the River Yeo (yes it also flows through Sherborne). We passed the Station, Digby Tap, and picked up a path to Horsecastles. We ran along to the pub at the end of the road. The run tonight was warm, humid, hilly, and just over six miles. Quite beneficial to one’s wellbeing. Thanks, Tilly for the photo.
Released On 14th Jul 2019