Disappointment at the Relays

Despite missing Simon Bailey all our teams ran briiliantly at the Relays this year.  The three teams lined up along with over a hundred other teams in worsening weather, and all ran their hearts out, the B Team and the Vets ran strongly and each runner was cheered wildly as they appeared at the end of their leg.  The Elite team were without their anchor man Simon Bailey who had to pull out through illness,  and the team had to be re shuffled to welcome in Roland Stafford as the first reserve, he ran absolutely magnificently, to his very limit, and finished his leg along with the

Mad Jacks 5

Not really a fell run, but it it attracted a few fellrunners, well Pauline, Elaine, Dave, Charlie and Myself were there with the Mercia Start/Finish/Registration and Results machine, so since we had produced the results we thought we would put them on the website, so check out the Race Results page to see if you recognise some names, Alistair the Fell Runners Photograher was there too, along with my Bro John, they have lots of pictures and have put them on their websites &

Breidden Hills Race

The Shropshire Hill Winter Series kicked off it 2009 - 2010 campaign with a good turn out at The Breidden Hill Race, The race in its 25th year had one of the best turn outs for with 124 starters. Tim Davies was comfortable winner of the men's reace in a time of 52:22 ahead of Steve Cale, the first lady was Andrea Rowlands of Eryri, next race in the series is the Wrekin Wreker on 22nd November, results can be viewed on the results pages of the website.

Results & more Picture from the Longmynd Hike

 Result & list of finishers are now available on The Longmynd Hike Website,
Also a another collect ion of photo's by John Richards of UK Sports Pictures are available to preview and purchase at this site

Pictures from The Longmynd Hike

Come rain or shine our roving photographer is sure to be found out and about at all the best races, in all the best spots, Saturday was no exception, Alistair like us was up on the Stiperstone in the most horrid of weather conditions, well done to all those who completed the 50mile run, and thanks to Alistair for recording it on film, for every to enjoy, pictures can be viewed at other pictures are also available courtesy of Colin Williamson at