Results 2016 – November

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PARKE 5k parkrun #139
Saturday 26th November 2016

6 Henry SANDERSON 20:44, (New PB!) – 34 William JAMES (24:50) – 38 Tim PETERS (25:02) – 41 Lily BATES (25:14) – 44 Josie RATCLIFF (25:22, New PB!) – 87 Michele SANDHU (29:39) – 92 Hayley RATCLIFF (29:48) — 95 Mia RATCLIFF (29:52) – 125 Alexander JAMES (34:48) – 129 Gemma RADCLIFFE (34:58) – 130 Nicholas JAMES (35:30) – 138 Bobbi BLACKMORE (37:35) – 146 Iona FUSCO (43:22)  – 147 Alistair FUSCO (44:23)


EXETER RIVERSIDE 5k parkrun #120
Saturday 26th November 2016

5 Peter MONAGHAN (17:19) – 243 Steve CARR (33:03)


3000 metres EXETER ARENA TRACK RACE
Monday 21st November 2016

Group Photo attached from left (Back) Fleur Ricklin, Sara Crozier, Debbie Drake, Lilly Bates,  (Front) Eve Bates, Naomi Flanagan.
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16 Torbay Athletic Club members took part at the Exeter 3000 metre track race. For many it was there first experience running on a real athletic track. Nothing like the boggy lumpy summer only tracks we have in Torbay.

The event was held at the South West’s premier athletics stadium all weather track at Exeter Arena.

On the night each runner had to complete 7½ laps of the 400 metre track (almost 1.9 miles).

There was races on the evening with the slowest runners in first race (E race) and fastest (A race) in last race, including a one-mile race for children under 11 years old consisting of 4 laps.

Conditions on the night were cold and dry but for the E and C race there was a very heavy shower.

The event attracted well over 120 athletes from most of Devon and beyond.

There were age category awards for athletes. There was many very good wins for Torbay Athletic Club.

Many runners were as young as 11 years old competed with the adults and vets in the 3000 metres event.

For the first time they held a “Try The Track 3k Race” For people who have never run on the track before or are new to running competition in the E race. This race was for people of 15 minute or slower predicted time.

The Torquay based club boast a number of amazing juniors and seniors with a record turnout for this event. 2014 7 members took part, 2015 13 members took part and this year a record 16 took part

Torbay Peter Monaghan was the fastest male vet 50 of the night and 3 overall running in the A race completing 3000 metre in 9 minutes 53 seconds. He was the fastest in his age 50 group and in the same race Torbay Junior Alexander Bly was the fastest under 15 boy of the night.

Torbay Naomi Flanagan was the fastest lady of the night finishing in 10 minute 57 seconds running in the B race.

Torbay Lily Bates won the D race and was the fastest under 15 girl of the night.

New to track racing was Debbie Drake and Fleur Ricklin and it was first 3000 metre race for Sara Crozier, Eve Bates and her daughter Lily Bates who all have very good times.

Torbay Xavier Bly won the 1 mile under 11s race in 5 minutes 47 seconds winning by 9 seconds and Torbay Ella Rogers was the fastest girl in 6 minutes 45 seconds and Bobbi Blackmore was second fastest 8 year old girl of the night.

Prizes was awarded for first 3 past post in each seeded race, regardless of age or gender.

Club Results
One Mile Race
– 1 Xavier Bly (5:47) – 5 Ella Rogers (6:45) – 13 Bobbi Blackmore (8:20)

3000 Metres Seeded Races
A Race
– 3 Peter Monaghan (9:53) – 8 Alexander Bly (10:14) – 14 Shaun McKernan (10:32)
B Race – 5 Naomi Flanagan (10:57) – 15 Stephen Wilbraham (11:49)
C Race – 5 Anthony Raine (11:28)
D Race – 1 Lily Bates (12:25) – 8 Debbie Drake (13:32) – 13 Fleur Ricklin (14:14) – 14 Nick Hayes (15:47)
E Race – 7 Sara Crozier (14:35) – 10 Eve Bates (15:07)


PARKE 5k parkrun #138
Saturday 19th November 2016

4 Russell Hart (21:13) – 73 Fleur Ricklin (29:30) – 90 Michele Sandhu (30:31)

EXETER RIVERSIDE 5k parkrun #119
Saturday 19th November 2016

2 Peter Monaghan (17:42) – 5 Alexander Bly (19:00, New PB!) – 203 Steve Carr (29:58)

SEATON 5k parkrun #2
Saturday 19th November 2016

4 Shaun Mckernan (19:30) – 16 Stephen Wilbraham (21:30) – 39 Cassandra Harrison (25:31)


WESTWARD LEAGUE CROSS COUNTRY – NEWQUAY (2 OF 6)
Sunday 13th November 2016

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The 2nd Westward League event in the Cross Country Series was held at Newquay on Sunday 13th November. 35 Torbay AC junior and senior athletes made the journey to Cornwall producing some brilliant performances. Xavier Bly produced the stand out performance of the day by winning the U11 boys race. Xavier shows great potential of becoming a top endurance athlete. James Alcock also impressed by finishing 3rd in his U15 boys race. Top 10 places were also achieved by Alexander Bly in the U15 boys and Lily Noble in the U11 girls race.
On the day results:
SENIOR & VET MEN (8550 metres) – 19 Tim Watson – (29.51) – 81 Martyn Breslan (33.52) – 118 Anthony Raine (36.16) – 152 Stephen Lofthouse (41.13) – 153 Nick Robinson (41.33) – 155 Steven Sharp (41.43) – 157 Craig McGuire (43.04) – 158 Keith Simpson (43.07) – 161 Vasile-Valeriu Chirita (44.53) – 165 Denis Doy (48.35)
U17 MEN (4990 metres) – 15 Hayden Fey (19.05) – 18 William Rutland (20.26) – 19 Jamie Morrison (20.39)
U15 BOYS (4520 metres) – 3 James Alcock (16.20) – 8 Alexander Bly (16.49) – 24 Jake Haker (19.40) – 28 Alexander James (21.56)
U13 BOYS (3075 metres) – 23 Henry Sanderson (12.19) – 25 Myles Begley (12.42) – 26 Morgan Alcock (12.49) – 37 Kieran Raine (13.40)
U11 BOYS (1730 metres) – 1 Xavier Bly (6.15) – 20 Joshua Taylor (07.10) – 43 Harvey Bates (08.38)
SENIOR & VET LADIES (4990 metres) – 89 Fay Cameron (24.42) – 99 Hayley Ratcliff (25.17) – 104 Sara Crozier (26.03) – 114 Eve Bates (26.28)
U17 GIRLS (4990 metres) – 138 Hannah Raine (35.00)
U15 GIRLS (3970 metres) – 25 Lily Bates (19.25)
U13 GIRLS (3075 metres) – 27 Josie Ratcliff (14.28) – 30 Emma Harrison (14.47)
U11 GIRLS (1730 metres) – 8 Lily Noble (07.16) – 23 Mia Ratcliff (8.02) – 36 Kareema Bijou (09.36)


RIVIERA ROCK RUN
Saturday 12th November 2016

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The Riviera Rocks were no problem for the Torbay AC ladies, who claimed a One Two Three on the podium, at the GeoPark hosted Riviera Rock Run event with Cathy Parkinson finishing 1st Lady (1:07:57), Julia Gow-Smith 2nd Lady (1:12:28), Debbie Drake 3rd (1:13;59). In the overall event Jon Pressling finished a very creditable 3rd place in (55:28) with 10th Brian Lewis (1:08:09) and 23rd Ian Hayward (1:13:19) The event competitors ran the 12 km by firstly making their way out of Goodrington, after running the length of the beach; joined the SW Coastal Path, through the beaches of Broadsands, Elberry Cove and Churston Cove before joining the John Musgrove Heritage Trail that skirts Churston Golf Course. This was is a truly awesome multi-terrain trail run a challenge to first timers and experienced runners alike finishing


PARKE 5k parkrun #137
Saturday 12th November 2016

37 Mark Bruce (26:10)


EXETER RIVERSIDE 5k parkrun #118
Saturday 12th November 2016

1 Peter Monaghan (17:21)


TEMPLER TEN
Sunday 6th November 2016
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Photo of Arran Tocknell and Lee Turner

Torbay AC’s Arran Tocknell claimed a podium spot in (59:41) at the Templer Ten, a multi terrain event with 90% of off road running through Stover Country Park as well as the fields at Teigngrace, starting and finishing in the wonderful grounds of Stover School near Newton Abbot. There were many outstanding performances from the Clubs 18 members who ran these 10 demanding miles,

taking 2nd MV35 spot was Lee Turner (1:00:30) – 1st FV55 Irene Hewings (1:31:59) – 2nd FV60 Tessa Hearfield (1:33:41) The Torbay Men who also claimed the First Men’s Team prize were Arran Tocknell (59:41) Lee Turner (1:00:30) Adharanand Finn (1:04:32) and Jerry Hocking (1:05:41) not to be outdone the Torbay Ladies who claimed the 2nd Ladies Team prize were Naomi Flanagan (1:13:41 ) Linda Philippou (1:27:14) Irene Hewings (1:31:59) Tessa Hearfield (1:33:41)

The full Torbay Club members results were :-3 Arran Tocknell (59:41) – 6 Lee Turner (1:00:30) – 14 Adharanand Finn (1:04:32) – 18 Jerry Hocking (1:05:41) – 22 Kevin Fine (1:06:12) – 28 Nigel Fenn (1:07:28) – 32 Steve Weeks (1:09:03) – 46 Anthony Raine (1:13:16) – 48 Naomi Flanagan (1:13:41 ) – 103 Ian Hayward (1:24:01) – 112 Stephen Lofthouse (1:25:25) – 117 Nick Robinson (1:26:55) – 120 Linda Philippou (1:27:14) – 139 Ray Brown (1:30:21) – 152 Irene Hewings (1:31:59) – 158 Andy Philippou (1:33:07) – 163 Tessa Hearfield (1:33:41) – 234 Andrew Park (2:00:19)
Templer 1Mile Fun produced great performances from some of the Torbay Juniors where Ela Rogers was 1st U13 girl and Joshua Taylor was 2nd U13 boy also competing were Stefan Filip, Alex James & Aaron Smith


TEMPLER TEN – 1 MILE RACE
Sunday 6th November 2016

5 Torbay A.C. Juniors took part in today’s 1 mile fun. Ela Rogers won the award for 1st U13 girl home in an impressive time of 06:40, Joshua Taylor won the award for 2nd U13 boy home in 6:38. Full results were 7th Joshua Taylor 6:38, 8th Ela Rogers 6:40, 9th Stefan Filip 6:45, 22nd Alex James 7:43 & 32nd Aaron Smith 8:23


BIDEFORD 10
Sunday 6th November 2016

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Front from left – Emma Gilboy, Katie Codling, Jo Loten, Simon Gilboy (hiding behind Katie is Fleur Ricklin
Back from left – Mark Bruce, Steve Carr, Matthew Botting

At Bideford nine of the Clubs members ran the Bideford 10 Miler, billed as being possibly on the the fastest course in Devon, with a combination of road and track running along Instow seafront into Yelland, returning along the Tarka Trail through a tunnel! The Club results were 160 Emma Gilboy (1:18:08) 171 Jo Loten (1:18:31) – 196 Matthew Botting (1:19:51) – 208 Katie Codling (1:20:40) – 228 Raymond Wilson (1:21:51) – 241 Mark Bruce (1:22:37) – 259 Simon Gilboy (1:23:37) – 276 Fleur Ricklin (1:24:42) – 481 Steve Carr (1:36:52)


Drogo 10
Sunday 6th November 2016

Another podium spot was claimed by Simon Longthorpe for Torbay when five members took on the Drogo 10 with a chance to experience the 10(ish) miles of hilly, muddy cross-country terrain and enjoy! if you dare look up from the stony track!, the stunning views of the Teign valley and a tackle the infamous Hunter’s Path hill in this challenging event.

Club results were 3rd Simon Longthorpe 1.02.35 126 Brian Lewis 1.30.19 183 Fay Cameron. 1.40.28 200 Sara Crozier 1.43.31 238 Cassandra Harrison 1.50.07


PARKRUNS
Saturday 6th November 2016

At the PARKE 5k parkrun 48th was Hayley Ratcliff (26:56) – 63 Fleur Ricklin (28:13) – 116 Gemma Radcliffe (34:40)
The KILLERTON 5k parkrun
167th was Anita Ley (27:39)
At the BRIGHTON AND HOVE parkrun with 407 runners 238 Michele Sandhu (26:52)
In the BLACK PARK parkrun with 606 runners
509 Nicholas Cull (35:14)


TORBAY ATHLETIC CLUB 5.3 MILE TIME TRIAL
Thursday 3rd November 2016

Both Tuesday and Thursday Time Trial will be merged together in the Time Trial Excel File for November 2016

1 Martyn Breslan (31:36) – 2 Wayne Layton (33:11) – 3 John Childs (38:35) – 4 Craig McGuire 40:56) – 5 Lisa Haley ( 43:10) – 6 Debbie Webber (44:14) – 7 Sara Jane Crozier (44:35)


TORBAY ATHLETIC CLUB 5.3 MILE TIME TRIAL
Tuesday 1st November 2016

1 Peter Monaghan (29:58) – 2 Jerry Hocking (32:50) – 3 Adharanand Finn (32:58) –  4 Steve Weeks (33:41) – 5 Nigel Fenn (34:01) – 6 Kevin Fine (34:11) -7  Jamie Stevenson (34:13) – 8 Chris Billing (35:03) – 9 Russell Hart (35:36) – 10 Martha Neal (35:37) – 11 Stephen Wilbraham (36:20)  – 12 Andy Longthorpe (36:58) – 13 Vince Langdon (39:11) – 14 Jo Loten (40:52) – 15 Emma Gilboy (41:28) – 16 Ray Wilson (41:31) – 17 Phil Bates (42:08) – 18 Sue Putt (42:41) – 19 Simon Mills (43:10) – 20 Gary Brenton (43:22) – 21 Rob Pressling (43:30) – 22 Ian Hayward (43:34) – 23 Simon Gilboy (43:44) –  24 Ray Brown (44:10) – 25 Andy Philippou (36:43) – 26 Cassandra Harrison (48:15) – 27 Nick Hayes (52:29)