Well that’s the end of the summer league for another year. Thanks to all those involved in making it happen.
Below is the results for the Hedon 4:
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UPDATE Thursday 27th
After being advised of some errors in the handicap calculation I have investigated and found that the runners in the last sixteen places were wrong. The formulae calculating the difference from actual to handicap time were corrupted and not looking in the correct place.
No real change to the prizes, just that it is now joint winners with £17:50 each!
Many of you may find their points for race six have changed very slightly, biggest losers were John Pawson and Jeffery Copping, my apologies gentlemen.
The league table has changed slightly with John Pawson’s total; dropping eleven points down to 400. Alan Smith and Kirsty both move up one place into fourth and fifth respectively.
This does make the closing two races a little more interesting But John still has a massive 55 point lead over joint second placed Venika Moverley and Oliver Burnett.
Once again apologies………if any excel whizz kids out there want a job for next summer………..let me know!
Another evening of cool running weather, but at least it didn’t throw it down. We may have to consider renaming this year’s league, I’m open to suggestions on a postcard but I’d favour ‘The Terribly Unseasonal East Hull Harriers Summer League 2019’. But then again what do I know?
Well, I know the following:
Becky Briggs turned up to win the lady’s event by a country mile from Carla Stansfield (both City of Hull) and our own Kirsty Wilson in – 35:33; 39:28 and 42:34 respectively.
The men’s event was once again won by Mike Hargreaves (EHH) 32:41, from Andy Deyes (EHH) 34:40 and Scott Hargreaves (BRRC) 34:53.
Surprisingly both team prizes were won by East Hull Harriers. COH only fielded three female athletes and unfortunately, Karen Scott just couldn’t quite do enough to beat the top three EHH girls into second place.
Well, run everyone.
In the handicap event, we had an extra prize as there was no lady V55 runner in the race (if only I’d known, a bit of lippy and a skirt and I’d be £10 richer), quite useful as there was a tie for fifth place.
The following have earned themselves a bit of cash for their efforts:
- Martin Walker (EHH)
- Claire Spear (HH)
- Drew Wilson (HH)
- Paul Cartwright (CoH)
- = Kris Hopkins (EHH) & Patrick Walker (CoH)
The handicap league has had some changes in the top few positions but John Pawson has consolidated his lead with another 88 points from Tuesday’s race………..perhaps the handicapper will notice?
Here are the top five positions:
- 400 John Pawson (CoH)
- 345 Venika Moverley (EHH)
- 345 Oliver Burnett (EHH)
- 321 Alan Smith (EHH)
- 320 Kirsty Wilson (EHH)
Remember, this is a six best from eight results competition so next time out, we will introduce the reduction of the second lowest score from the total.
This means that those of you with two very low scores have the opportunity to make ground on the leaders; good luck all.
- EHH Summer League Results Race 6 Coniston 10k 25th June 2019
- EHH Summer League Race 6 Prizes Coniston 10k 25th June 2019
- EHH Summer League Handicap Race 6 Coniston 10k 25th June 2019
- EHH Summer League Handicap League @ 27th June 2019
So that’s me done for this week, see you next time at the Skirlaugh eight miler……
In preparation for entries opening shortly, the entry form is uploaded below.
Paper copies will be available in the clubhouse soon.
Note that entry costs have risen for the first time in at least four years and are now £5/7 attached/unattached respectively with an extra £1 for on the day entries.
As part of the club’s 125 anniversary, there will be a small gift for all participants.
Major Stone Half Marathon – Lockington – Sunday 2nd September 2018 – Race Instructions and Information
** Race STARTS AT 10:00am – register early **
LOCATION: Lockington is approximately 5 miles north of Beverley, and about 6 miles south of Driffield, situated between two main roads the A164 Beverley to Driffield road and the B1248 Beverley to Malton road. Postcode is YO25 9SH
CAR PARKING: There is a designated field for parking, which will be signposted. Please use this – it is an approximately 10 minute walk to the Village Hall where you will be required to register. The start is outside the Post Office, opposite the Village Hall. Please DO NOT park on Front Street as the race starts and finishes here and you will potentially endanger yourselves, other runners and road users in general. Also, PLEASE do not stop in the area close to the Village Hall and Start even if only to “drop off” passengers.
These measures are being taken to make the staging of the race as smooth as possible for the residents of the village.
REGISTRATION: The registration desk is in the Village Hall opposite the Post Office on Front Street (the main street) in Lockington. When you register you will be given a number and a timing chip. The number must be worn on the front of your vest only and must not be altered or folded in any way. Please ensure the timing chip is looped around your laces and fastened securely – if in doubt, ask someone for advice as ‘no chip, no time’. The usual rules for chip timing apply, i.e. you must cross the timing mats at both the start and end of the race.
*** All runners will also be given a voucher for £1 toward the cost of refreshments, which cannot be redeemed for cash ***
EARPHONES/Personal Music Players: On no account will the wearing of ear-phones (regardless of make/type) be allowed in the race. Marshals will be requested to report any runners not complying. Anyone caught is liable for disqualification from the race and will not be eligible for prizes. This is a UK Athletics rule for races on open single-carriageway roads.
REFRESHMENTS: are available in the Village Hall, where hot (free refill) and cold drinks, sandwiches and snacks will be available for purchase. All proceeds from the sale of refreshments are in aid of Lockington Village Hall.
MEMENTOES and PRIZES: Each runner will receive a technical T-shirt, to be collected in the Village Hall after the race on production of your race number. Your number will have an indicator with your T-Shirt size, as selected on the online system. Should this size not be correct for you it may be possible to exchange but only when we are sure all runners have received their original choice. Various prizes are being awarded with the assistance of race sponsor Humber Runner. The Prize Presentation will take place between 12pm and 12:30pm (as soon as possible) in the Village Hall.
MEDICAL COVER: will be provided by North East Medical Services. Please contact a member of NEMS or one of the numbers below if you see a runner who is in need of assistance.
CONTACT PHONE NUMBERS: (reasonable times only please)
- Richard (Race Director) : 07595 015841
- Angela : 07941 210198
SUPPORTERS: Supporters are very welcome but many of the roads on the course are small and narrow. If spectators stay in the Village, they can see you at 2 miles (if they are quick) and approx. 10.5 miles and can still walk back to the finish in time to see you cross the line. Driving to other points on the course would cause problems for your fellow runners and other road users so it is not encouraged.
Results will appear on the club website shortly after the event www.easthullharriers.com and also on the Facebook page East Hull Harriers
Prize vouchers are once again being sponsored by
01482 647613 email@example.com who will be pleased to answer any telephone queries and also operate an efficient mail order service through their website www.humberrunner.co.uk, as well as being present at the race.
A message from RunBritain
Ours is a runbritain-licensed event and therefore your time is included in calculating your free runbritain handicap score. More than 73,000 runners of all standards have now claimed their unbritain handicap score. As well as giving you a current score, between scratch and 36.0, your free personalised running biography page includes your current national ranking by age band and postcode, your position on the national ladder, your progress graph, your strongest distance, a head-to-head comparison with other runners and downloadable training schedules to improve your score next time you race. Your handicap score also updates automatically every time you complete a licensed event. To claim your score now, click on http://www.runbritainrankings.com/user/claimhandicap.aspx
And finally, on behalf of East Hull Harriers & AC, I hope you enjoy competing in our event and we hope to see you at future EHH promotions.
Last report of the summer league season and what a race that was….says he whilst sat in the beer tent starting to process the final results!
First up a clean sweep by the City of Hull Ladies taking the first three places and of course the team prize; well done Carla Stansfield, Sophie Lee and Naomi Bright. And a not too tardy finishing time of 23:50 by Carla.
In the men’s event, it was back to normal with Steve Bateson winning his seventh event of the season in 20:50 followed in by Mike Hargreaves and James Kraft from Scarborough Athletic Club. Team event to the Harriers with the addition of Robert Weekes from fourth place.
- EHH Summer League Final Handicap table at 25th July 2018
- EHH Summer League Handicap Results race 8 hedon 4 mile 24th July 2018
- EHH Summer League Prize Winners Hedon 4 Mile 24th July 2018
- AMD EHH Summer league race 8 Hedon 4 mile 24th July 2018
Final handicap winners of the season were Ven Moverly (EHH), Dave Anderson (EHH), Abigail Morgan (Hornsea Harriers), Peter Thompson (Unattached) and lastly Kris Hopkins (EHH).
The Overall handicap results went down to the wire with Alexia Morgan (Hornsea Harriers) the race leader being overhauled in the last event by Luke Bramley (EHH).
Despite being unable to take an active part in the season (only completed one race) it has nevertheless been a most enjoyable event, even given all my VLOOKUP issues that plagued some of the results. Work has already begun rebuilding the race spreadsheets so I can offer an improved service next year, you wish………!
I think we all need to give the organiser, Pete Dearing, our thanks for another superb season of racing and not forgetting all those regulars and not so regulars that turned out to support in other roles.
I thank you all.
So that’s it:
Enjoy the rest of the summer,
La fin; Fine; Das Ende; El Fin; Koniec; Mwisho.