Press Report: 3rd September 2013

by | Sep 3, 2013 | Press Reports

Last Sunday, six Quakers took part in the Hardmoors 30, an
event usually run on New Year’s Day covering 31 miles on and around the
Cleveland Way, and including a run up the 199 steps to Whitby Abbey.  Wendy Colling and Anthony Corbett completed
the route in 6:15, whilst April Corbett and Sandra Cass finished together in
7:10 with Roy MacDougall and Mark Colling following in 7:22.  The event was run to raise funds for the Scarborough and Ryedale mountain rescue team.

At the Throlthorpe 10k near York, Paul Dalton completed the
race in 37:01, followed by Alan Prest in 62:05.
In the Wynyard 10k trail race, Nic Hollindale finished in 51:44.

In park runs, Stephen Moore completed the Albert Park route
in 20:02 whilst John Brant finished the Tees Barrage event in 26:34.  At Sedgefield,
Michael Joyeux was first Quaker home in 18:31 followed by Dave Thompson in
22:49, Mark Colling in 24:15, Wendy Colling in 24:24, Abbie Hull and Anthony
Corbett in 26:22, Emma Whitworth in 30:29 and Gill Colling 33:31.  At
Darlington, Paul Dalton was first home for the club in 18:05, whilst Dawn
Richardson was first lady in 19:42.  Also
completing the 5k course were Chris Minto (21:07), Ewan Henderson (22:58),
Steve McAllister (23:12), Iain Clyde (23:32), Rob Gillham (23:35), Nigel Walker
(setting a new 5k pb of 23:58), Jeff Marriott (24:23), Timothy Francis (25:05),
Karen Ives (26:28), Paul Hutchinson (26:40), Michael King (28:13), Gillian
Harris (28:17), Kristy Burkin (28:18), Lyn Hatch (28:18), Hazel Commane (28:19),
Sally Singleton (29:11), Ally Sanderson (29:35), Adrian Dent (31:54), Jill
Wallis (33:08) and Linda Harrington (35:42).

Training sessions are held at and around the club’s base at Queen
Elizabeth 6th Form College Playing Fields, Abbey Road, Darlington (DL3 8LR) on
the west side of Darlington. The sessions are held every Tuesday and Thursday
evening from 6:30pm until 8:00pm and are open to all.

Anthony Corbett approaching the end of 31 miles. Anthony Corbett approaching the end of 31 miles.