Longparish Community Association

L2SOTM - The Longparish Second Sunday of The Month Handicap Race

June 2022

Race Held on Sunday 12th June 2022

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Most Improved Runner Course Record Personal Best Best This Year Off Estimated Time
Position Cat. Name Number Starting
Handicap
Finish Time Run Time Faster than
Handicap
Faster than
Last Run
Next
Handicap
Runs
to date
Data
1 M Jack Searle 428 13:00 32:38 19:38 03:22 -- 16:22 1
2 M Raymond Searle 404 14:15 35:34 21:19 00:26 00:34 14:41 5
3 F Rebekah Searle 429 10:00 35:37 25:37 00:23 -- 10:23 1
4 M Luke Pierce 271 14:24 35:56 21:32 00:04 00:04 14:28 54
5 F Christina Searle 405 13:48 35:57 22:09 00:03 00:14 13:51 4
6 F Laura Reynolds 265 09:22 36:26 27:04 -00:26 -00:26 08:56 17
7 M Dennis Doney 252 10:03 36:34 26:31 -00:34 00:45 09:33 58
8 M William Murray 198 14:11 36:39 22:28 -00:39 -00:39 13:41 2
9 M Dave Henery 106 10:47 36:59 26:12 -00:59 -00:28 10:17 109
10 M Mike Dukes 336 01:34 37:24 35:50 -01:24 -00:41 01:04 20
11 F Claire Collier 321 08:04 37:40 29:36 -01:40 -01:40 07:34 16
12 M Jim Dundas 109 13:02 37:48 24:46 -01:48 -01:48 12:32 109
13 M Robert Bryan 217 13:02 37:49 24:47 -01:49 03:11 12:32 49
14 M Andy Smith 4 06:24 38:16 31:52 -02:16 -01:18 05:54 91
15 M Ian Beveridge 16 09:28 38:36 29:08 -02:36 -02:36 08:58 127
16 F Sheila Evans 131 01:34 41:33 39:59 -05:33 00:27 01:04 49

Pictures

There is an album of photos you can look at.

Race Report

It was a lovely morning for the June race. We welcomed two new runners: Jack and Rebekah Searle and welcomed back William Murray after an absence of nearly 8 years.

First home by nearly thee minutes in a time of 19:38 was Jack Searle, the fastest time this year. Some of you may remember Jack at the lad who marshalled at Bas's corner at the Andover parkrun for many months. My how he has improved since he started running. But you don't get the trophy on your first run so the honour of being Most Improved Man went to Jack's Dad, Raymond, in second place. And his Mum, Christina was Most Improved Woman, just behind his sister Rebekah who was also running off an estimated handicap.

So well done to all the Searles. Are you prepared to reveal what you had for breakfast? I think the rest of us need some of it.

We paused to remember runner number 84, John Ellicock who died recently. John is pictured here with his father, Jack who presented him with the Most Improved Man trophy at the October 2009 race. There won't be an L2SOTM in July as the date clashes with a party to celebrate John's life. Runners are recommended to try the Abbott's Ann trail races which offer 10K, 5K and 2K options and are raising funds for the Andover Foodbank. www.muddyrunners.org.uk/abbotts-ann-trail-run

Thanks very much to Maggie Barber, Andy Smith, Sandra Doney, Nick and Sarah Collier, Lizzie and George and David Gould for helping and to the Cricket Club for the lovely venue.

Trophy winners Raymeond and Christina

John Ellicock and has father, Jack

We'll be back on Sunday 14 August. New runners are always welcome. You don't have to be fast. Please do give me a call or drop me an email if you'd like to join us.

We issue a monthly email invitation a few days before each race and very occasional other emails. Please follow this link https://tinyurl.com/yygolzdb to be added to our Mail Chimp list. Some email systems may treat your first email as spam so please look out for it and add us to your trusted list.

Finally, I promised a link to information about The Plough share offer. Here it is: https://www.ploughahead.co.uk/second-share-offer And here's The Plough website in case you'd like to see more and make a booking https://www.ploughinn.org/

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