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Barlick Fell Runners - Reports

Stuart Bryan & Stephen Chew presenting a cheque to Pendleside Hopsice Stuart Bryan & Stephen Chew presenting a cheque to Pendleside Hopsice

pendleside_logoIn the past month, Barlick members have raised over £1,000 for this local charity.  The first money raising event was the Man v Bike race up Salterforth Drag.  This raised £430 on the night, but money kept money kept flowing in for it.  It had reached £500 when the above picture was taken for the press and was £600 by the time the money was handed over.

At the Kelbrook Fell Race, the sale of Cakes and Ale raised a further £67.

In the meantime, Tom Corrigan took part in the Trail Blaster event and managed to raise over £400 from his 12 hour challenge, bring the total to nearly £1,100 for this worthy cause.  

Nicolas Kendal Nicolas Kendal Woodentops

13 Andrew Driver 21:08
26 Nicolas Kendal 23:05
34 Angela Donlan 24:22 (3rd Woman, 1st W40)

This must be one of those annoying courses that favours junior runners.  There were two in front of Screw, one of them being in 2nd place overall and Angela was actually 1st senior woman, but unfortunately for her, again, two juniors managed to skip home in front of her, the first home being an FU14!

Richard Treitl again entered this race and knocked 7 minutes off his time last year.  He puts this down to better weather (hot and humid last year, wet and windy this year) and in knowing what to expect in terms of terrain and severity of the ascents.

45 Richard Treitl 2:01:32

48 ran.

A few Barlickers turned out for this Sunday morning race.  They finished as follows:

2 Matt Lalor 33:42
4 Tom Corrigan 35:15
7 Andy Berry 36:27
14 Andy Collins 37:46
86 Scott Boardman 43:49
138 Richard Starkie 45:48
209 Jack Thomas 47:58
397 Mark Nutter 52:09

1,381 finishers.

10 Russell Parrington 16:53

After the run on 27 June at Pendle, the Club Championship tables have been updated.  It is nice to see that the biggest improvement in each case is with the juniors, with Daniel Chew improving his time by 6:54 and Jenna Boothman improving hers by 8:17.  

Latest Tables

3 James FENT 20:57 New PB
5 John BOOTHMAN 21:34 New PB
8 Daniel CHEW 22:21 New PB
19 Rachel LOWTHER 23:51
36 Jenna BOOTHMAN 26:22 New PB
37 Heather DRIVER 26:24 New PB
39 Robert WHIPP 26:33 New PB
58 Hazel O'HARA 31:29 New PB
67 Graham WADSWORTH 34:27
82 Pat WADSWORTH 38:19

3 Lee EDWARDS 20:00 New PB
14 Dave HALLIDAY 21:52
95 Clover EDWARDS 34:37
96 Susan EDWARDS 34:40

Horwich, with some very good runners were the outright winners of this relay in a time of 43:20  The Barlick were second team.

It was a good night for Barlick.  We had out a total of 48 runners, a quarter of them women and sixteen out of the hundred teams that were there. There were some terrific individual performances and a great club atmosphere.  Below shows a break down of both team and individual performances.

Barlick Split Times

17 Emma Bailey 21:14 2nd lady
25 Richard Starkie 22:32

22 Russ Partington 17:18

Angela Donlan in her new Barlick vest, her feet not touching the ground Angela Donlan in her new Barlick vest, her feet not touching the ground Andy Holden

45 Angela Donlan 32:02 (4th lady, 2nd LV40)

The race was won by Mark McGoldrick.

Richard Treitl came 83rd out of a field of 92, with a time of 1:19:37 (nearly 5 minutes faster than last year).

Harley Treitl took part in this 6th and final FRA junior championship.  He was suffering from a bad foot and not really up for it, but he decided to give it a go to complete the series and get his t-shirt.  The results are not yet available.

9 Emma BAILEY 21:49 New PB
33 Elliot HALLIDAY 24:54
34 Dave HALLIDAY 24:55
58 Susan HIRD 29:23
80 GAry BAILEY 32:17

1 Matt LALOR 16:26
50 Gary PARKINSON 23:37 New PB