Website launch

It’s just over a year since I took over looking after the website from Irwin, who set-up and maintained the current club website for many years.

Irwin had unsuccessfully tried to hand over the website for a few years and in that time, the website design became outdated.

Using the feedback gained from the members survey I have re-designed the website with the assistance of Squelch design.

The re-design of the new website is nearing completion. Thanks to Bob, Mike, Sarah (on behalf of the committee), Irwin and Sue who all volunteered to review and test the site, without their help the project would not be nearing completion.

In the next day or 2 the current site will be taken off-line. The new site will then be transferred from the development page into the current web address.

Hopefully the new website will be useful and more informative for everyone. If you have any feedback when the site is launched please let me know.


Club bobble hats

The custom made NAC bobble hats have now arrived. They will be available to purchase at the next cross country league race at a heavily subsidised cost of £5 thanks to the generosity of Tailormade Building Solutions Ltd (family business of club member Jessica Franklin) and a contribution from the club. One size fits all so perfect for seniors and juniors.

Oxford mail XC round 3 race report

Results for the Round 3 of the Oxfordshire Cross Country League fixture are now available via the link below:

Senior results

The Senior Men once again were out in force and finished the fixture as runners up to Swindon AC. James Craggs was first athlete home in 8th with Mike Wheeler 15th and Mike Robbins 17th. Continue reading

Berkshire Schools cross country championship – marshals required

The Berkshire Schools cross country championship will be held at Newbury Showground on Saturday 18th January 2020, first race 12.45pm.

Jill Wright and her team are always great at organising the Officials for the event, Newbury A.C have been excellent at giving our support to the event by marking out the course and marshalling the event.

We already have a good team ready to mark out the course on Saturday morning but we would welcome five or six more marshals please. If you could help out could you please get in touch with Andy Tuttle.

It would be from 12.00pm to 3.20pm.

Boxing Day Handicap

Congratulations to the 50 finishers in this morning’s Boxing Day Handicap and a big thank-you to all who helped in challenging conditions. The winner was 5 year-old Harry Fairclough (keeping up a family tradition!). Roz Pearson (3rd) was first club ember home and the fastest times of the day were 9:16 by Alex Muir and 9:49 by Phil Marshall. Full results.