Prestatyn Running Club | XC Mold & Weekly News 16-10-2016

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XC Mold & Weekly News 16-10-2016

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Prestatyn RC’s ladies and men teams again turned out in force with 32 runners in the opening fixture of the North Wales Cross Country League on the tough hilly fields behind Mold Alun School, the ladies running 3.2 miles with men 5.1.

The ladies were again led home by Amie Bagnall and are 5th in Division One, an excellent achievement by all following their recent promotion.

Amie placed 1st Senior Lady and Coral Mc Shane 3rd U20.

It was great to see Sophia Jerbi, Valery Jones, Amy Williamson, Emma Fairhurst, Leon Bagnall, Morgan Jones and James Williamson debut at this level and strengthen the teams.

The men 3rd in Division two due to the return of Stephen Stakes after injury, youth and fine gutsy performances from all.

Super vets John Hickman placed 3rd V70 with Dave Hughes 1st V75.

Results as follows;


  • Stephen Stakes 26th 31:33
  • Darrell Davies 52nd 33:13
  • Andy Bromley 53rd 33:13
  • Leon Bagnall 66th 33:58
  • Rob Alexander 72nd 34:22
  • Alex Ryder 75th 34:31
  • James Williamson 78th 34:40
  • Morgan Jones 91st 35:13
  • Ben Harrison 99th 35:30
  • Matty Smith 115th 36:09
  • Gareth Bailey 129th
  • George Nixon 139th 37:3
  • Des Davies 158th 39:20
  • Nick Wood 168th 40:42
  • Wyn Roberts 170th 41:04
  • Russ Cheetham 181st 42:36
  • Mike Davis 191st 44:31

Ladies and Men over 70;

  • Amie Bagnall 12th 21:46
  • Coral McShane 39th 23:57
  • Helen Ashworth 45th 24:19
  • Ally Reid 54th 25:19
  • Sophia Jerbi 66th 26:04
  • Amy Williamson 69th 26:26
  • Jo Hoppes 74th 26:48
  • Gabby Waring 84th 27:30
  • John Hickman 90th 28:29
  • Jo Lewis 92nd 28:36
  • Liz Martin 104th 29:56
  • David Hughes 106th 30:11
  • Vic Owens 112th 30:58
  • Clare Manley 122nd 33:00
  • Emma Fairhurst 125th 34:30
  • Valerie Jones 133rd 40:46

Earlier in the day 3 juniors Jack McKenna, Eden Jones and Rachel Hyslop represented Prestatyn in the Junior Cross Country.

Meanwhile super mileage man George Nichols finished his final 100 mile run in the Centurion Grand Slam Challenge, four races each 100 mile long finishing 6th in the Event and receiving a special award for doing so.

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