NAC are taking over the volunteer roles at Newbury Parkrun on Saturday 31st August, to help promote the Highclere 10km & junior races. The race raises money for the club & this years chosen charity MS Society, with the race profits shared between the two, so hopefully this event will increase the number of race entrants.
If anyone can spare a few hours (you don’t have to be a runner), as a minimum we need to fill the following volunteer roles:-
- 3 x Car park marshal
- 1 x Pre event set-up
- 3 x Time keepers
- 2 x Number checkers
- 2 x Funnel managers
- 4 x Barcode scanners
- 1 x Tail walker
- 2 x Token sorters
- 2 x Marshal
- 1 x Photographer
If we have enough volunteers we can also look at having 5 pace makers and some runners in club colours in the event.
This years Highclere Castle 10k takes place at 10:30am on Sunday 22nd September 2019 and is kindly sponsored by Stryker UK. Entries are now open via RunBritain.
It’s an undulating race around the private grounds of Highclere Castle and a small section on public road.
There are overall winner prizes, age category prizes and team prizes too.
There will be a junior Fun Run starting at 10:05 with entries taken on the day and costing £3 per child up to the age of 15.
There were 7 members at the race, which was a round of the club road running championship. James Knight was 2nd overall in 26:55 and James Craggs was 3rd overall in 27:18. Joining them in completing the senior men’s club championship was Stephen Elsmere finishing in 29:07. Continue reading
The club has had a successful start to 2019 with lots of new club records been set across all areas of the club. Updated tables can be found in the following locations. Continue reading
Five members completed the 2019 Run West Berks series. Rachel Allen was the overall winner of the female competition by over 9 minutes over the 4 races. Continue reading
Mike Wheeler & Stephen Elsmere had a 1-2 finish overall and in the senior men’s championship.
In the Veterans men’s championship Nige Popplewell was 9th finisher and took the win. Mike Sheridan was 32nd and takes 2nd place.
Rebecca Elsmere finished in 99th position (9th Female) to take the senior women’s championship victory.
Liz Harkness finished in 247th position (1st VW70-74) to take the senior women’s championship victory.
Good runs at the Yateley 10K from Sheila Marshall – 2nd F65 in 54:44 and Liz Harkness – 3rd F65 in 56:58, who also improved her F70 club record by 38 seconds.
Kintbury 5 mile results
Kintbury 2 mile results
Photographs courtesy of Mike Robbins can be found here. Continue reading
Congratulations to everyone who ran today. It was great to see so many runners competing of different abilities and lots of family’s having a fun morning out all made possible by the hard work of the many volunteers, the race sponsor Roc Technologies and the many other parties involved so a huge thank you to everyone.
Full results can be found at http://www.chiptimingresults.co.uk/Results.aspx?CId=61&RId=367&EId=2
A selection of photographers courtesy of Mark Davies can be found here.
Prize Categories were as follows:
The social events section of the club website has been updated to include details of the upcoming social events.
The road running section of the club website now has details of the summer training routes
Club fun championship – Following on from last years success the Events committee is once again organising the event for 2019 to be held at CCAT. Further details to follow, but please save the date Thursday 29th August from 17:30 onwards.